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WAÏF: Best Roof Ever!

Enjoy in this Video the Marin County Civic Center spectacular roof designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

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R.H. Lindholm Service Station (1959)

Cloquet, MN

Frank Lloyd Wright, architect. 

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Aires Mateus - House in Fontinha, Melides 2013. That triangular cut out in the bottom image is the ridiculously clean fireplace. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra

architizer:

Le Corbusier says, “architecture is the masterly, correct, and magnificent play of masses brought together in light.” Architects have always thought of light as a primary element of their art form. Whether daylighting, shadowplay, or the illumination of their creations, light is central to the medium of building.

New materials and techniques have even further how architects leverage illumination. Corbusier’s quote may not apply, as “mass” and “light” are no longer necessarily separate entities; in many instances, light has come to merge with the object or surface itself, made possible by brighter, more flexible, and more efficient sources of artificial lighting.

The 2014 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic, is one example of illuminated architecture. Radic has created a fat, blob-like mass that will glow spectacularly in the London night; it’s made of a white, semi-translucent fiberglass shell that, by resting on large boulders, will appear to float like a shimmering orb of light when the sun goes down.

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Split View Mountain Lodge is situated in Geilo, Norway. Built by Reiulf Ramstad Architects, the home faces every possible angle. Read more here