(via dracarys-rhaegal)

oh-i-just-cant-wait-to-be-king:

"Fantasy and reality often overlap." - Walt Disney

This is stunning.

(Source: petitetiaras, via sunshineroad)

trigonometry-is-my-bitch:

The Wankel engine cycle (or Rotary engine)

(via thecraftychemist)

bitchville:

Melbourne-based architecture firm studio505 has designed and completed the Lotus Building and People’s Park that’s located in Wujin, China. Its impressive physical form resembles the flower for which the building is named, and its petals dramatically rise out of an artificial lake. Accompanied by an eight acre park, it’s used as a civic building and a landmark whose distinctive presence ties the community together.

Stunning Civic Building Designed to Resemble a Lotus Flower by http://www.studio505.com.au/

gasoline-station:

Wild Turkey Bourbon Visitor Center

by De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop

 

(Source: archatlas)

theancientworld:

Painted details on moldings, Museum at Olympia, Greece

(via thisivyhouse)

decordesignreview:

green & white striped seating in stylish garden room by John Tackett design

decordesignreview:

green & white striped seating in stylish garden room by John Tackett design

(via thisivyhouse)

(Source: artruby, via clubitch)

life1nmotion:

Architecture: John Muir and Lane Laugesen Interior Design: Karl Foster and Natalie Lynch 

life1nmotion:

Architecture: John Muir and Lane Laugesen Interior Design: Karl Foster and Natalie Lynch 

(via color-the-moon)

insidious-effects-of-life:

Bios Urn

A biodegradable urn that grows human or pet ashes into a tree. Keep on living as a tree; life after death. Forests instead of graveyards. Don’t have your body take up space on this Earth after you die, become a tree. (Website)

(via gloomyteens)

enochliew:

The Tower and The Labyrinth by Rodion Kitaev

First Prize winner of the Hans Christian Anderson House of Fairytales competition.

(Source: behance.net)

enochliew:

ChonGae Canal Restoration by Mikyoung Kim Design

The stepped stone elements allow for a reading of the various levels of water from hour to hour while encouraging direct public engagement with the river.

(Source: myk-d.com)

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