Reposted from @az_epoksi
1: The enormous Metropol Paraso pavilion was erected in Seville, #Spain last year. Spanning 230ft wide and 490ft long, the pavilion is said to be the largest wooden structure in the world.
2: France Pavilion at Expo #Milan 2015 by XTU Architects.
3: SunnyHills cake shop in #Tokyo #Japan by Kengo Kuma encased within intricate timber lattice.
4: Shigeru Ban’s MT. Fuji world heritage center in Japan . The building’s scheme is articulated around an inversely shaped latticed cone that references the shape of the dormant volcano, a site that has provided a spiritual basis for the japanese people since ancient times.
5: Bunjil Place by FJMT
6: Library in helsinki acts as an indoor extension of public space. divided in three levels, Oodi incorporates an active ground floor that extends to the town square; a peaceful open-plan reading room; and an enclosed in-between volume containing rooms to accommodate additional services within the library
7: Nine Bridges Country Club
8: The Wave #Villa designed and visualized by Dmitriy Kuznietsov.
Location: Bali Indonesia
#regrann #architecture #wood #panels #artanddesign #structures #architect #bridges