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Function Walls / Lookofsky Architecture

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  80
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Duravit, Osmo, Vola, Alcro Påsklilja

Field House / Lookofsky Architecture

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Gotland N, Sweden
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  51
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Randi, Träullit, Vola, Purus Steel

Sjöviksskolan School / Max Arkitekter

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Hägersten-Liljeholmen, Sweden

Crematorium Baumschulenweg / Shultes Frank Architeckten

Crematorium Baumschulenweg / Shultes Frank ArchitecktenCrematorium Baumschulenweg / Shultes Frank ArchitecktenCrematorium Baumschulenweg / Shultes Frank ArchitecktenCrematorium Baumschulenweg / Shultes Frank Architeckten+ 19

Berlin, Germany

Bobergsskolan School / Max Arkitekter

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Skälby School / Max Arkitekter

Skälby School / Max ArkitekterSkälby School / Max ArkitekterSkälby School / Max ArkitekterSkälby School / Max Arkitekter+ 23

Monochrome House / Lookofsky Architecture

Monochrome House / Lookofsky ArchitectureMonochrome House / Lookofsky ArchitectureMonochrome House / Lookofsky ArchitectureMonochrome House / Lookofsky Architecture+ 20

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  25
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2017
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Gustavsberg, Velfac, Vola, Elko

Divine Inspiration: 15 Spiritual Spaces

In honor of those celebrating Easter Sunday, we’ve compiled a list of the most breathtaking places of worship from our Religious Architecture Pinterest board. From vast, open halls, to intimate places of prayer and contemplation, these works are sure to spark your appreciation for divine architecture. See them in all their glory, after the break...

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Material Inspiration: 10 Projects Inspired by Concrete

To celebrate the launch of ArchDaily Materials, our new product catalog, we've rounded up 10 awesome projects from around the world that were inspired by one material: concrete. Check out the projects after the break...

Through the Lens: Sci-Fi & Architecture

You would think that of all film genres, Science Fiction would be the one least likely to feature real buildings. It stands to reason that production designers would want to avoid connections with things so grounded in reality. But in fact, there is somewhat of a tradition of using modern architecture as a foundation for the creation of fictional film worlds.

Science fiction relies on an audience believing in the world they are presented with. Clever camera work, perspective design, and temporary materials can only do so much. What often tips the balance in favour of using real, Modern buildings - rather than a temporary set - is the authenticity and atmosphere they provide the Science Fiction genre.

Read about Modern architecture in Sci-Fi films Blade Runner, Gattaca, Aeon Flux, and more, after the break...