GEOtube is A Building That Grows Its Own Web-like Saline Skin! How great is that? Over time, the walls go from transparent to foggy.

GEOtube is A Building That Grows Its Own Web-like Saline Skin! How great is that? Over time, the walls go from transparent to foggy.

tomas saraceno - Google Search

tomas saraceno - Google Search

“Numen/For Use” Creates Web-Like Structures from Transparent Adhesive Tape

“Numen/For Use” Creates Web-Like Structures from Transparent Adhesive Tape

Centre national Olympique de natation - Water Cube - Pekin - 2008

INTRIGUING...Light-Transmitting Concrete from Litracon - simply amazing (Litracon uses a matrix of glass optic fibres to transmit light through the concrete. Rather than weaken the material, the web of glass actually lends strength to the concrete by creating a modest aggregate. Suddenly the solid primitive material gives a light translucent aspect that transmits dramatic shadows like a screen.)

INTRIGUING...Light-Transmitting Concrete from Litracon - simply amazing (Litracon uses a matrix of glass optic fibres to transmit light through the concrete. Rather than weaken the material, the web of glass actually lends strength to the concrete by creating a modest aggregate. Suddenly the solid primitive material gives a light translucent aspect that transmits dramatic shadows like a screen.)

Fujiya Ginzan - Jonathan Savoie > Architecture

Fujiya Ginzan - Jonathan Savoie > Architecture

Prada Store Tokyo / Herzog and de Meuron photographed by Victor Romero

Prada Store Tokyo / Herzog and de Meuron photographed by Victor Romero

Transparent Table By Zaha Hadid

Transparent Table By Zaha Hadid

Transparent Steel Church (3)

Transparent Steel Church

Transparent Steel Church (3)

Cette incroyable maison translucide vise à tester les limites de l’architecture dans les climats froids. Kengo Kuma and Associates ont été inspirés par l’architecture traditionnelle des indigènes Aïnous dont les constructions sont doublées à l’aide d’herbe ou de bambou et servent d’isolant.

Meme Meadows par Kengo Kuma and Associates

Cette incroyable maison translucide vise à tester les limites de l’architecture dans les climats froids. Kengo Kuma and Associates ont été inspirés par l’architecture traditionnelle des indigènes Aïnous dont les constructions sont doublées à l’aide d’herbe ou de bambou et servent d’isolant.

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