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School of Biological Science / Kosloff Architecture

School of Biological Science / Kosloff ArchitectureSchool of Biological Science / Kosloff ArchitectureSchool of Biological Science / Kosloff ArchitectureSchool of Biological Science / Kosloff Architecture+ 9

Terrace House / Austin Maynard Architects

Terrace House / Austin Maynard ArchitectsTerrace House / Austin Maynard ArchitectsTerrace House / Austin Maynard ArchitectsTerrace House / Austin Maynard Architects+ 76

Bassano Residence / Tom Robertson Architects + Simone Haag

Bassano Residence / Tom Robertson Architects + Simone HaagBassano Residence / Tom Robertson Architects + Simone HaagBassano Residence / Tom Robertson Architects + Simone HaagBassano Residence / Tom Robertson Architects + Simone Haag+ 24

Sorrento Residence / Project 12 Architecture

Sorrento Residence / Project 12 ArchitectureSorrento Residence / Project 12 ArchitectureSorrento Residence / Project 12 ArchitectureSorrento Residence / Project 12 Architecture+ 26

The Brook House / small.

The Brook House / small.The Brook House / small.The Brook House / small.The Brook House / small.+ 27

Rosebrook, Australia
  • Architects: small.
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  27
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Professionals : Metalproengineering

Milkbar House / Kennedy Nolan Architects

Milkbar House / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsMilkbar House / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsMilkbar House / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsMilkbar House / Kennedy Nolan Architects+ 17

Stomping Ground Brewery / studio Y + PlaceFormSpace

Stomping Ground Brewery / studio Y + PlaceFormSpaceStomping Ground Brewery / studio Y + PlaceFormSpaceStomping Ground Brewery / studio Y + PlaceFormSpaceStomping Ground Brewery / studio Y + PlaceFormSpace+ 24

La Trobe University Library / Kosloff Architecture

La Trobe University Library / Kosloff ArchitectureLa Trobe University Library / Kosloff ArchitectureLa Trobe University Library / Kosloff ArchitectureLa Trobe University Library / Kosloff Architecture+ 10

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3150
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

Pink Pond / Taylor Knights + James Carey

Pink Pond / Taylor Knights + James CareyPink Pond / Taylor Knights + James CareyPink Pond / Taylor Knights + James CareyPink Pond / Taylor Knights + James Carey+ 29

Red Brick Extension of the Red Brick Building, Pascoe Vale Primary School / Kosloff Architecture

Red Brick Extension of the Red Brick Building, Pascoe Vale Primary School / Kosloff ArchitectureRed Brick Extension of the Red Brick Building, Pascoe Vale Primary School / Kosloff ArchitectureRed Brick Extension of the Red Brick Building, Pascoe Vale Primary School / Kosloff ArchitectureRed Brick Extension of the Red Brick Building, Pascoe Vale Primary School / Kosloff Architecture+ 10

The Lothian Residential Building / Kennedy Nolan Architects

North Melbourne, Australia

Hawthorn House / Kennedy Nolan Architects

Hawthorn House / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsHawthorn House / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsHawthorn House / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsHawthorn House / Kennedy Nolan Architects+ 25

Melbourne, Australia

CL28 Monash University Learning Spaces / Kennedy Nolan Architects

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CL28 Monash University Learning Spaces / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsCL28 Monash University Learning Spaces / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsCL28 Monash University Learning Spaces / Kennedy Nolan ArchitectsCL28 Monash University Learning Spaces / Kennedy Nolan Architects+ 19

Fitzroy North House 02 / Rob Kennon Architects

Fitzroy North House 02 / Rob Kennon ArchitectsFitzroy North House 02 / Rob Kennon ArchitectsFitzroy North House 02 / Rob Kennon ArchitectsFitzroy North House 02 / Rob Kennon Architects+ 36

Fitzroy North, Australia

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Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh used the impasto technique extensively in their paintings. Both applied thick layers of oil paint over the canvas, usually one shade at a time, and it was up to the viewer's brain to mix the colors and create the desired effects. When dry, the paint forms reliefs and textures on the canvas, evoking a sense of movement. Even without being able to touch the screen, the texture of the brushstrokes gives a three-dimensionality to the painting, something that can only be fully observed by seeing the artwork live, looking at it from more than one angle and actually experiencing it.

In his famous book “The Eyes of the Skin: Architecture and the Senses,” Juhani Pallasmaa points to "a predilection in favor of vision and in detriment of the other senses in the way architecture was conceived, taught and criticized, as well as the consequent disappearance of sensory and sensual characteristics in arts and architecture." According to the author, "an architectural work is not experienced as a series of isolated retinal images, but in its fully integrated material, corporeal, and spiritual essence."