Architecture Projects tagged masonry

Aalto Summer House

in Architecture by Alvar Aalto ()
  contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 12 December 2008
Hugo Alvar Henrik Aalto was a Finnish architect and designer, sometimes called the "Father of Modernism" in the Scandinavian countries. In 1957 he designed and had built a summer cottage, the...

Pomposa Abbey

in Architecture by unknown ()
  contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 12 December 2008
Pomposa Abbey is a Benedictine monastery near Ferrara, Italy. It was one of the most important in northern Italy. The buildings are Romanesque. The church, dedicated to St. Mary, is from the...

Imperial Hotel, Tokyo

in Architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright ()
  contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 19 October 2009
Tokyo's Imperial Hotel was the best-known of Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings in Japan. The original Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was built in 1890. To replace the original wooden structure, the owners...

Hôtel van Eetvelde

in Architecture by Victor Horta ()
contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 1 September 2009
The Hôtel van Eetvelde is a town house designed in 1895 by Victor Horta for Edmond van Eetvelde, administrator of Congo Free State.The visible application of "industrial" materials such as steel...

Aalto Studio

in Architecture by Alvar Aalto ()
  contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 12 December 2008
Hugo Alvar Henrik Aalto was a Finnish architect and designer, sometimes called the "Father of Modernism" in the Scandinavian countries. The Aalto  Studio itself is double-height, with a...

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

in Architecture by Giuseppe Mengoni ()
  contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 12 August 2009
Emanuele II is a covered double arcade formed of two glass-vaulted arcades at right angles intersecting in an octagon; it is prominently sited on the northern side of the Piazza del Duomo in Milan,...

Ternat House

Keeping up appearances amidst the other houses of the allotment, remaining cool, it boils inside, frustrated, shaking and stirring everything up.More info at Arch DailyPhoto credits: V+, Olivier...

ORDOS 100 #14

in Architecture by Encore Hereux ()
contributed by 159 archdaily, 30 January 2009
By french architects Encore Heureux & G Studio.More info and pictures at Arch Daily

Dulwich Picture Gallery

in Architecture by Sir John Soane ()
contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 24 April 2009
Dulwich Picture Gallery is an art gallery in Dulwich, London. It was built by Sir John Soane as the world's first purpose-built public art gallery and opened in 1817. A modern extension designed...

Hvitträsk

in Architecture by Eliel Saarinen ()
contributed by 2 Jordi Ber, 1 September 2009
Hvitträsk was designed to be a studio home for the members of Gesellius, Lindgren, and Saarinen. It later became the private residence of Eliel Saarinen. It is located about 30 kilometers (18 miles)...
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