Beach House with Raiz Arquitetura @raiz_arquitetura project relies on the use of glass for better integration and incidence of natural light Read more: Link in bio! Photography: Leonardo Giantomasi @leogiantomasi. The project for the LIU House, located on the Riviera de São Lourenço beach, São Paulo coast, was built with an imposing architectural element on its front face which could provide the view for all the environments, such as the leisure and native forest in the back, from the entrance. The project is signed by the barazilian architeture office, Raiz Arquitetura, from architects and partners Alexandre Ferraz and Elias Souza, who have several high standard houses in the coast and countryside of São Paulo in their portfolio… #brazil #brasil #saopaulo #архитектура www.amazingarchitecture.com ✔ A collection of the best contemporary architecture to inspire you. #design #architecture #amazingarchitecture #architect #arquitectura #luxury #realestate #life #cute #architettura #interiordesign #photooftheday #love #travel #construction #furniture #instagood #fashion #beautiful #archilovers #home #house #amazing #picoftheday #architecturephotography #معماری (at Riviera De São Lourenço) https://www.instagram.com/p/ChQ9N8ksKju/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
La calle de Madero con la casa de los azulejos y su letrero de "Corona" en 1949
A el lado derecho los inicios de construcción de la torre Latinoaméricana
Indiana Sarubi @indiana_add designs Casa La Arbolada in La Paz, #EntreRíos, Argentina Read more: Link in bio! Photography: Ramiro Sosa @ramirososafotografia. Indiana Sarubi: In the first visit to the land, with the first look, the design premise of this new project was clear. Nature in its best expression and respect for it. On the adjoining land, a gallery forest, a protected area, maintained the essence of the place. How to ignore all the strength and energy that was lived there? The leading role here is shared, nature itself and the work built and designed from it. There is no attempt to stand out, but rather to coexist, always remembering the value of each part, in constant contemplation and gaze towards the remaining trees… #lapaz #argentina #архитектура www.amazingarchitecture.com ✔ A collection of the best contemporary architecture to inspire you. #design #architecture #amazingarchitecture #architect #arquitectura #luxury #realestate #life #cute #architettura #interiordesign #photooftheday #love #travel #construction #furniture #instagood #fashion #beautiful #archilovers #home #house #amazing #picoftheday #architecturephotography #معماری (at La Paz, Entre Rios) https://www.instagram.com/p/ChOVT73sUiz/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
El aspecto original del acceso norte de la estación terminal Tasqueña de la línea 2 del Metro es captado en una fotografía tomada poco después de su inauguración, en agosto de 1970.
Imagen: Archivo Fundación ICA.
'Escuela de Educación Infantil El Carmen', kindergarten
Manoteras - Madrid, Spain; 1972
Rafael de La Hoz, Gerardo Olivares (photography by Pando)
via "COAM Arquitectura" 173 (1973)
In a previous post about the Modernisme architectonic style, I said I wouldn’t mention the tiles not to make the post longer... @kiragecko asked for some tiles, so here are some examples!
The tiles in this post are “rajoles hidràuliques” (meaning “hydraulic tiles” in the Catalan language), which is a kind of tile invented in the 1850s in Catalonia and very widespread in our country since they’re very resistant and quite cheap.
In this post I include photos mostly from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, all from buildings in Catalonia and often inspired in older traditional Catalan tile stiles and the style of carpets.
This website posted a lot of tiles from Barcelona.
These ones were in the library of Vilassar de Dalt.
The street pavement in parts of Barcelona.
Palau Baró de Quadras, Barcelona. Tiles in the walls and floor.
There’s also wall tiles in relief
The two above are in Barcelona and the bottom one in Canet de Mar.
Wall and ceiling in Hospital de Sant Pau, Barcelona.
Two examples of walls in Barcelona.
And it’s not only for the floors and lower half of walls, they used it in the outside of buildings too:
The roof of Casa Batlló (Barcelona, Catalonia). It represents the scales of a dragon, as if the dragon was asleep on top of the house.
Or to write the name of your house (Bell Esguard)
Or to make a mosaic (this is also in Torre de Bell Esguard)
For your shop’s door.
Outside domes or the top of towers.
Outdoors of two buildings in Argentona.
This is in Canet de Mar too.
We could spend pages and pages and pages on floor hydraulic tiles alone (seriously, Catalonia is FULL of different designs of them), but I think everyone who has to scroll past this post will appreciate it if I stop making it longer. If you want to see more photos of Catalan modernist architecture, the photographer Arnim Schulz has hundreds of photos in his Flickr account (or let me know if there’s interest in something else and I’ll post it).