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Tatuajes Pequeños,Bohemio,Tinta,Dibujos,Dibujo Mandala,Mandala Del Arte,Tatuaje Mandala Del Sol,Dom Mandala,Tatuajes De Sol,Hermanas Del Alma,Impresiones,Dope Tattoos,Tattoo Sun,Tatoos,Small Tattoos,Prints,Drawings,Ink

El Camino de Santiago #infografia

El Camino de Santiago #infografia

Cais das Artes, Vitória, Brazil, Paulo Mendez da Rocha, Martin Corullon, Metro Arquitetos Associados, raw concrete, museum design, theater design, contextual architecture, large spans, contemporary architecture, brazilian architecture

Cais das Artes, Vitória, Brazil, Paulo Mendez da Rocha, Martin Corullon, Metro Arquitetos Associados, raw concrete, museum design, theater design, contextual architecture, large spans, contemporary architecture, brazilian architecture

Cais das Artes (Quay of Arts) in Vitória, Brazil by Paulo Mendes da Rocha and…

Cais das Artes (Quay of Arts) in Vitória, Brazil by Paulo Mendes da Rocha and…

Museu

Museu

1st Prize winner: 271219VC Team: Caterina Spadoni, Valentina Brunetti

1st Prize winner: 271219VC Team: Caterina Spadoni, Valentina Brunetti

GreenStone Garden - Landscape project by Konrad Wójcik, via Behance

GreenStone Garden - Landscape project by Konrad Wójcik, via Behance

nexttoparchitects — #nextarch by @arch_impressive #next_top_architects...

nexttoparchitects — #nextarch by @arch_impressive #next_top_architects...

Maqueta. House by a River.

Maqueta. House by a River.

What we need: Pen and paper, a calculator, a pencil, some rulers, a compass, a cutter knife, masking tape, glue, single or double wall corrugated cardboard, a work table and "patience". Introduction. Let say you wanna make a dummy of a dome that's 40 feet (40') in diameter and it's comprised of pentagons and hexagons, sort of like the same general layout in a typical soccer ball. Have a look at the 1st. picture. Although in this case, our soccer ball is cut in half (so to speak). Th...

What we need: Pen and paper, a calculator, a pencil, some rulers, a compass, a cutter knife, masking tape, glue, single or double wall corrugated cardboard, a work table and "patience". Introduction. Let say you wanna make a dummy of a dome that's 40 feet (40') in diameter and it's comprised of pentagons and hexagons, sort of like the same general layout in a typical soccer ball. Have a look at the 1st. picture. Although in this case, our soccer ball is cut in half (so to speak). Th...