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dont-trip:

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Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando

Koshino house, Barcelona.
Tadao Ando
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wockawock:

Sculptural Shelf by Takuya Hamajima | Yellowtrace
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ryanpanos:

St.Benedictusberg Abbey at Vaals (Netherlands) | Hans Van der Laan | Socks Studio
"Architecture is born of this original discrepancy between the two spaces – the horizontally oriented space of our experience and the vertically oriented space of nature; it begins when we add vertical walls to the horizontal surface of the earth.
Through architecture a piece of natural space is as it were set on its side so as to correspond to our experience-space. In this new space we live not so much against the earth as against the walls; our space lies not upon the earth but between walls.
This space brings a completion to natural space that allows it to be brought into relation with our experience-space; at the same time it allows our specifically human space to be assimilated into the homogenous order of nature.”
- Hans Van der Laan
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St.Benedictusberg Abbey at Vaals (Netherlands) | Hans Van der Laan | Socks Studio
"Architecture is born of this original discrepancy between the two spaces – the horizontally oriented space of our experience and the vertically oriented space of nature; it begins when we add vertical walls to the horizontal surface of the earth.
Through architecture a piece of natural space is as it were set on its side so as to correspond to our experience-space. In this new space we live not so much against the earth as against the walls; our space lies not upon the earth but between walls.
This space brings a completion to natural space that allows it to be brought into relation with our experience-space; at the same time it allows our specifically human space to be assimilated into the homogenous order of nature.”
- Hans Van der Laan
ryanpanos:

St.Benedictusberg Abbey at Vaals (Netherlands) | Hans Van der Laan | Socks Studio
"Architecture is born of this original discrepancy between the two spaces – the horizontally oriented space of our experience and the vertically oriented space of nature; it begins when we add vertical walls to the horizontal surface of the earth.
Through architecture a piece of natural space is as it were set on its side so as to correspond to our experience-space. In this new space we live not so much against the earth as against the walls; our space lies not upon the earth but between walls.
This space brings a completion to natural space that allows it to be brought into relation with our experience-space; at the same time it allows our specifically human space to be assimilated into the homogenous order of nature.”
- Hans Van der Laan
ryanpanos:

St.Benedictusberg Abbey at Vaals (Netherlands) | Hans Van der Laan | Socks Studio
"Architecture is born of this original discrepancy between the two spaces – the horizontally oriented space of our experience and the vertically oriented space of nature; it begins when we add vertical walls to the horizontal surface of the earth.
Through architecture a piece of natural space is as it were set on its side so as to correspond to our experience-space. In this new space we live not so much against the earth as against the walls; our space lies not upon the earth but between walls.
This space brings a completion to natural space that allows it to be brought into relation with our experience-space; at the same time it allows our specifically human space to be assimilated into the homogenous order of nature.”
- Hans Van der Laan
ryanpanos:

St.Benedictusberg Abbey at Vaals (Netherlands) | Hans Van der Laan | Socks Studio
"Architecture is born of this original discrepancy between the two spaces – the horizontally oriented space of our experience and the vertically oriented space of nature; it begins when we add vertical walls to the horizontal surface of the earth.
Through architecture a piece of natural space is as it were set on its side so as to correspond to our experience-space. In this new space we live not so much against the earth as against the walls; our space lies not upon the earth but between walls.
This space brings a completion to natural space that allows it to be brought into relation with our experience-space; at the same time it allows our specifically human space to be assimilated into the homogenous order of nature.”
- Hans Van der Laan
ryanpanos:

St.Benedictusberg Abbey at Vaals (Netherlands) | Hans Van der Laan | Socks Studio
"Architecture is born of this original discrepancy between the two spaces – the horizontally oriented space of our experience and the vertically oriented space of nature; it begins when we add vertical walls to the horizontal surface of the earth.
Through architecture a piece of natural space is as it were set on its side so as to correspond to our experience-space. In this new space we live not so much against the earth as against the walls; our space lies not upon the earth but between walls.
This space brings a completion to natural space that allows it to be brought into relation with our experience-space; at the same time it allows our specifically human space to be assimilated into the homogenous order of nature.”
- Hans Van der Laan
ryanpanos:

St.Benedictusberg Abbey at Vaals (Netherlands) | Hans Van der Laan | Socks Studio
"Architecture is born of this original discrepancy between the two spaces – the horizontally oriented space of our experience and the vertically oriented space of nature; it begins when we add vertical walls to the horizontal surface of the earth.
Through architecture a piece of natural space is as it were set on its side so as to correspond to our experience-space. In this new space we live not so much against the earth as against the walls; our space lies not upon the earth but between walls.
This space brings a completion to natural space that allows it to be brought into relation with our experience-space; at the same time it allows our specifically human space to be assimilated into the homogenous order of nature.”
- Hans Van der Laan
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