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51arch:

Atelier Zündel Cristea designed the ‘Peace Pavilion’ in London, United Kingdom. http://bit.ly/Yz9pC5

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westbor0baptistchurch:

sixpenceee:

123D Catch is an I-Phone and Android App that allows you to create 3D models by taking a bunch of pictures from various directions. These models can later be 3D printed. (Website)

C L O N E   M Y  S O N 

(via postindustrialwild)

High Point Natural Drainage Infrastructure/Green Stormwater Infrastructure by SvR Design Company. Seattle, WA.

 http://www.svrdesign.com/high-point-redevelopment-seattle-wa/

High Point Natural Drainage Infrastructure/Green Stormwater Infrastructure by SvR Design Company. Seattle, WA.

http://www.svrdesign.com/high-point-redevelopment-seattle-wa/

Play through the pachysandra. Union Station landscape by Murase Associates. Seattle, WA.

Play through the pachysandra. Union Station landscape by Murase Associates. Seattle, WA.

Roof garden by PFS. Seattle. WA

Roof garden by PFS. Seattle. WA

alwaysinstudio:

archatlas:

High Line at the Rail Yards (Phase 3) Diller Scofidio + Renfro

the highline is hella dope

(via landscape-a-design)

rhamphotheca:

Root Systems of Prairie Plants
Prairies are often called “the upside-down forest” since the majority of the biomass (the plant parts) of the system is underground (up to 70%). Compass plant and blazing star, stars of the prairie screen, noted in this line drawing of roots, reach 15 feet deep. The different morphology of the root systems works in harmony, with each plant taking advantage of a soil niche, mingling and “shaking hands” with all of the other plants in the soil, as they do above the soil.
(via: Native Prairies Association of Texas‎)
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rhamphotheca:

Root Systems of Prairie Plants

Prairies are often called “the upside-down forest” since the majority of the biomass (the plant parts) of the system is underground (up to 70%). Compass plant and blazing star, stars of the prairie screen, noted in this line drawing of roots, reach 15 feet deep. The different morphology of the root systems works in harmony, with each plant taking advantage of a soil niche, mingling and “shaking hands” with all of the other plants in the soil, as they do above the soil.

(via: Native Prairies Association of Texas)

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Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore

By WOHA

Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall

(Source: woha.net, via oursideofthemountain)

rollership:

enochliew:Wrong Garden by James Dyson
Industrial designer of Dyson vacuums created the illusion of water flowing upwards. This diagram illustrates how it works.

rollership:

enochliew:Wrong Garden by James Dyson

Industrial designer of Dyson vacuums created the illusion of water flowing upwards. This diagram illustrates how it works.

(via landscape-a-design)

(Source: newed, via carex)

(Source: archdaily.com, via carex)

51arch:

Atelier Zündel Cristea designed the ‘Peace Pavilion’ in London, United Kingdom. http://bit.ly/Yz9pC5

(via carex)

(Source: wglandscape, via carex)

westbor0baptistchurch:

sixpenceee:

123D Catch is an I-Phone and Android App that allows you to create 3D models by taking a bunch of pictures from various directions. These models can later be 3D printed. (Website)

C L O N E   M Y  S O N 

(via postindustrialwild)

High Point Natural Drainage Infrastructure/Green Stormwater Infrastructure by SvR Design Company. Seattle, WA.

 http://www.svrdesign.com/high-point-redevelopment-seattle-wa/

High Point Natural Drainage Infrastructure/Green Stormwater Infrastructure by SvR Design Company. Seattle, WA.

http://www.svrdesign.com/high-point-redevelopment-seattle-wa/

(Source: 500px.com, via handa)

Play through the pachysandra. Union Station landscape by Murase Associates. Seattle, WA.

Play through the pachysandra. Union Station landscape by Murase Associates. Seattle, WA.

Roof garden by PFS. Seattle. WA

Roof garden by PFS. Seattle. WA

alwaysinstudio:

archatlas:

High Line at the Rail Yards (Phase 3) Diller Scofidio + Renfro

the highline is hella dope

(via landscape-a-design)

rhamphotheca:

Root Systems of Prairie Plants
Prairies are often called “the upside-down forest” since the majority of the biomass (the plant parts) of the system is underground (up to 70%). Compass plant and blazing star, stars of the prairie screen, noted in this line drawing of roots, reach 15 feet deep. The different morphology of the root systems works in harmony, with each plant taking advantage of a soil niche, mingling and “shaking hands” with all of the other plants in the soil, as they do above the soil.
(via: Native Prairies Association of Texas‎)
click image to see larger

rhamphotheca:

Root Systems of Prairie Plants

Prairies are often called “the upside-down forest” since the majority of the biomass (the plant parts) of the system is underground (up to 70%). Compass plant and blazing star, stars of the prairie screen, noted in this line drawing of roots, reach 15 feet deep. The different morphology of the root systems works in harmony, with each plant taking advantage of a soil niche, mingling and “shaking hands” with all of the other plants in the soil, as they do above the soil.

(via: Native Prairies Association of Texas)

click image to see larger

(via oursideofthemountain)

isometrics:

// Architecture + Landscape

Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore

By WOHA

Photography by Patrick Bingham-Hall

(Source: woha.net, via oursideofthemountain)

rollership:

enochliew:Wrong Garden by James Dyson
Industrial designer of Dyson vacuums created the illusion of water flowing upwards. This diagram illustrates how it works.

rollership:

enochliew:Wrong Garden by James Dyson

Industrial designer of Dyson vacuums created the illusion of water flowing upwards. This diagram illustrates how it works.

(via landscape-a-design)

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