Andrei Andrei

Andrei Andrei

Andrei Andrei
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Breathtaking set design by Lightning & Kinglyface. Penelopiad is part of their mythology series, representing "the shrouds we weave around us, the lies we tell and the trouble or effort that is associated with them all in order to avoid entanglement." And yes, those are hands!

Breathtaking set design by Lightning & Kinglyface. Penelopiad is part of their mythology series, representing "the shrouds we weave around us, the lies we tell and the trouble or effort that is associated with them all in order to avoid entanglement." And yes, those are hands!

Gallery of Khazar Residential Building / S-A-L Design Studio - 1

Gallery of Khazar Residential Building / S-A-L Design Studio - 1

Sumika Pavilion - Toyo Ito More

Sumika Pavilion - Toyo Ito More

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An Architects Manifesto on Behance

An Architects Manifesto on Behance

Floating cottages for calm bays in the Åland Islands. Inspired by icebergs, the cottage semi submerges in the water. All rooms are directed towards the atrium spiral upwards from the living room to the sundeck. The living space is 60 m².

Floating cottages for calm bays in the Åland Islands. Inspired by icebergs, the cottage semi submerges in the water. All rooms are directed towards the atrium spiral upwards from the living room to the sundeck. The living space is 60 m².

Weekend Pavilion / Architecture Paradigm

Weekend Pavilion / Architecture Paradigm

100 Hand-cut Museum Board pieces

100 Hand-cut Museum Board pieces

The Sydney Opera House. These impressively considered and immaculately drawn images are from the 1962 report from Architect Jørn Utzon (+ his consultants) to council. I am completely blown away by their beauty whilst I marvel in the fact that they have not been generated by a 3D model. All images from The 1962 report (Commonly known as The Yellow Book). By Jørn Utzon + consultants

The Sydney Opera House. These impressively considered and immaculately drawn images are from the 1962 report from Architect Jørn Utzon (+ his consultants) to council. I am completely blown away by their beauty whilst I marvel in the fact that they have not been generated by a 3D model. All images from The 1962 report (Commonly known as The Yellow Book). By Jørn Utzon + consultants