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Building Shade: Time to Flex Your Creative Muscles With Performance Fabrics - Architizer

Image 2 of 21 from gallery of King Fahad National Library / Gerber Architekten. Photograph by Christian Richters

The Cullen by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects / Commercial Road, Prahran VIC, Australia

The Cullen / Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Jackson Clements Burrows Architects have designed The Cullen Hotel located in Melbourne, Australia. "This project is one of a group of Art Series Hotels developed by the Asia Pacific Building Corporation.

Shortlist Announced For 2015 RIBA East Awards

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Image 11 of 17 from gallery of Shortlist Announced For 2015 RIBA East Awards. Photograph by Timothy Soar

Image 3 of 32 from gallery of Renovation of México Fortius Office Building / ERREqERRE Arquitectura y Urbanismo. Photograph by Onnis Luque

Gallery of Renovation of México Fortius Office Building / ERREqERRE Arquitectura y Urbanismo - 29

Gallery - Renovation of México Fortius Office Building / ERREqERRE Arquitectura y Urbanismo - 12

The Syddansk Universitet communications and design building in Denmark features a climate-responsive kinetic facade.

This building's geometric facade transforms to regulate daylight

This building’s geometric facade transforms to regulate daylight University_of Southern Denmark Kolding Campus Henning Larsen Architects – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Angled stone surfaces create zigzags across the facade of this hospital building in Copenhagen by Danish firm 3XN

3XN completes Copenhagen hospital building with slanted walls

Or facade for anything near the station Angled stone surfaces create zigzags across the facade of this hospital building in Copenhagen by Danish firm

Henning Larsen's university building has a facade that moves in response to changing heat and light

Henning Larsen SDU Kolding Building pushes green standards

Zaha Hadid inspirou-se na natureza carioca ao criar o design do projeto de onze andares e 41 metros de altura. Outra fonte de inspiração foi a forma fluida dos morros e das praias da cidades, além de Burle Marx. “O design do Casa Atlântica avança na libertadora composição formal e nos espaços fluidos que marcaram o rico movimento modernista no Brasil.

Zaha Hadid's first Brazilian building design , This is the first Brazilian building designed by Zaha Hadid, a luxury apartment complex on Avenida Atlântica, facing Copacabana Beach in Rio de .

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