Spencer House, 27 St James’s Place - began by John Vardy in 1756, and continued by James ‘Athenian’ Stuart from 1758. The house is one of the earliest examples of the Neoclassical style in London. I have still yet to go inside! @spencer.house
05/06 This post is part of a series of the Place de La Breche, Niort, France. An urban park in the heart of Niort.
A major challenge, for example, was to locate the 12 cinemas underground, beneath La Brèche; something that could be achieved only by constructing a large passageway below ground level which could be classified as a road, enable a secure entrance to the cinemas and ensure sufficient access/exit routes to meet safety regulations. Similarly, the significant underground parking facilities were built underground, further ensuring the uninterrupted space of the garden while meeting one of the civic and commercial communities’ key requests that the parking remain onsite.
MAIIAM museum façade, clad with thousands of small mirror tiles that reflect light. A bold reinterpretation of an old traditional technique widely used in Thai temples. #maiiamcontemporaryartmuseum#chiangmai
Photo by @vasilmann
Selection and interview by @fibi_finch
"I took this photo when we stopped overnight in Hamburg on the way to legoland in Denmark. I did not have much time because I wanted to see all buildings that I marked on my map. I walked around the building a couple of times and took few shots. I really like the angle I got that shows layers and lines of this building."
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