:: ARCHITECTURE :: not sure where this is - but I love the etherial feeling of illumination through a transparent wall #architecture #details #design

:: ARCHITECTURE :: not sure where this is - but I love the etherial feeling of illumination through a transparent wall #architecture #details #design

Horai Onsen Bath House | kengo kuma and associates

Horai Onsen Bath House

Horai Onsen Bath House | kengo kuma and associates

Cables and Fittings - Detailing and Construction. | Engineering and Construction

Cables and Fittings - Detailing and Construction. | Engineering and Construction

Prienavera adventure pool, Prien – roof made of ETFE skins. Membrane design: ETFE roof, pneumatic, three-ply + 4th inner ply Dimensions/sqm: 1,800 Architect: LEICHT Client: Community of Prien (Chiemsee) Membrane Assembly: June 2011

Prienavera adventure pool, Prien – roof made of ETFE skins. Membrane design: ETFE roof, pneumatic, three-ply + 4th inner ply Dimensions/sqm: 1,800 Architect: LEICHT Client: Community of Prien (Chiemsee) Membrane Assembly: June 2011

Membrane Connections

Membrane Connections

Poduszki z foli ETFE na drewnianej konstrukcji

Poduszki z foli ETFE na drewnianej konstrukcji

Fabric membrane detail model 1:5 by Mardiah Hisham

Fabric membrane detail model 1:5 by Mardiah Hisham

Moment resisting cable base plate. Lowest cost method, but see mast moment resisting base plate above.

Moment resisting cable base plate. Lowest cost method, but see mast moment resisting base plate above.

Loom-Hyperbolic by Barkow Leibinger Architects, Marrakech 4th Biennale 2012: this installation is a tribute to Moroccan hand-craft culture and Marrakech geometrical architecture.

Loom-Hyperbolic by Barkow Leibinger Architects, Marrakech 4th Biennale 2012: this installation is a tribute to Moroccan hand-craft culture and Marrakech geometrical architecture.

Woodpia Iwaki Museum, Iwaki, Fukushima, Japan. Nikken Sekkei (1989). Image Source: http://issuu.com/tallerbioarq/docs/tensoestructuras

Woodpia Iwaki Museum, Iwaki, Fukushima, Japan. Nikken Sekkei (1989). Image Source: http://issuu.com/tallerbioarq/docs/tensoestructuras

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