Bruges, Belgium.

"Bruges is a shit hole." "Bruges is NOT a shit hole." - Cafes in Bruges, Belgium.

Grass & Concrete.  Patterned

Cross Stitch - Grass & Concrete You could even create a loose pattern by planting different walkable plants with different shades of green.

Lonsdale Street, Dandenong, has been transformed from a busy urban thoroughfare to a pedestrian boulevard by Taylor Cullity Lethlean. / TechNews24h.com

Lonsdale Street, Dandenong (Australia), has been transformed from a busy urban thoroughfare to a pedestrian boulevard by Taylor Cullity Lethlean.

Rooftop garden

A Secret Roof Garden on Top of an Abandoned Building in Patras, Greece. The secret roof garden is located at the corner of Filopoimenos and Riga Feraiou streets

Turn your backyard into a place to relax, hang out, or even party! *commissioned

The Great Indoors

I’m all about bringing the outdoors in, (hello JUNGALOW!) so when REI asked if I wanted to spend a night ‘camping’ indoors in their evrgrn loft in SanFran I was

#Urban #wave.

rhombus based structure of material and air in an urban like wave, spending visual attraction and even shadows when sun is shining.

sugar bakeshop . charleston

sugar bakeshop in charleston.the only thing better would be a Cinnamon Sugar bakeshop

benches

Creative Landscape and landscape architecture-Heatherwick street bench design - love it, especially with the lights underneath

// judd

PS The Wintergarden Bench by Donald Judd. Beautiful, essential and simple bench in Pine wood.

6-625x871

Beautifully Painted Stairs From All Over The World----Seoul, South Korea. In Seoul, South Korea is this amazing flight of steps. Colorful koi fish are painted in orange, red, and yellow tones that stand out against the very vibrant blue hue of the stairs.

\\ vintage doors

Front door color teal n brown aged. I would be in heaven if I could walk down streets & photograph doors like this all day.

Originally- Designed Family Residence in Vietnam Displaying Green Facades

Stacking Green by Vo Trong Nghia. A dozen layers of concrete planters create a vertical garden on the facade of this house in Ho Chi Minh City by Vietnamese architects Vo Trong Nghia Architects.

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