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The windows and exterior remind me a little of some medieval architecture in Yemen.

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Hans-Jorge Ruch
Chesa Sclarida
S-chanf, Switzerland
2008


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Butler, Rosenbury & Partners Inc
Titanic Museum
Branson, Missouri
2006


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post #1414 of 3694
http://www.architizer.com/en_us/blog/dyn/39632/harvest-dome-20/

Sorry - I can't figure out how to grab the photos.
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Peter Kunz
Oberes Alpgut Housing
Winterthur, Germany
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Photos by David Stephenson

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Edited by StephenHero - 4/10/12 at 1:07am
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WOW
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I know. I saved them in my porn folder. He also did a series of domes.

Here's a more complete set of images, but they're smaller:

http://www.bettgallery.com.au/artists/stephensond/domes/index.htm

Smaller set of bigger images:
http://www.davidstephensonart.com/Portfolio.cfm?nK=13148&nL=1&nS=0#0


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Scrolling through all of those almost made me nauseous.
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Scrolling through all of those almost made me erect.

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Alberto Campo Baeza
Offices for The Junta de Castilla y León
Zamora, Spain
2012


Notice the detailing of the windows and how the mullions align with the paving stones within a perfect grid. It's an exhaustive attention to precision you just don't commonly see. It takes considerable ability to control and process all the different layers of geometry and engineering within a single, cohesive building plan like that. Very impressive.

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Edited by StephenHero - 5/8/12 at 8:08pm
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Sou Fujimoto
House NA
Tokyo, Japan
2011


I don't know, Japan. You might have really outdone yourselves with this one.

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what a beautiful house and great furniture.

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^furniture?

There's an Ikea cabinet and thats it.
post #1425 of 3694
A video tour of the McLaren Technology Centre, designed by Norman Foster, but apparently McLaren principal Ron Dennis had major input on it:

I've read an article which claimed Dennis didn't want to put trashcans in it so people wouldn't eat in their offices. Anyway, it's amazing that they can get so much done with so many people in such a tightly controlled and designed space.
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