keep on walking the night
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keep on walking the night
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circles
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circles
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here we go! i’m starting to post photos! ^_^ 
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here we go! i’m starting to post photos! ^_^
#astana #sky #beauty #clouds #cielo #panorama #panoramaphoto #view #vsco #vscocam #vsco_capture #bestvsco #sunlights #light #city #instagood #instamood #instadaily #iphonesia #architecture #structure #vista (at Khan Shatyr Astana)

#structure #architecture #details #vsco #vscocam #bestvsco #almaty #ala #morning #sunday #road  (at Проспект Аль-Фараби, Алматы)

#structure #architecture #details #vsco #vscocam #bestvsco #almaty #ala #morning #sunday #road (at Проспект Аль-Фараби, Алматы)

and the last daily lights…
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and the last daily lights…
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the beginning of sun lights
#trickoflight #light #sun #shadow #architecture #effect #lines #stairs #view #gold #instamood #instadaily #bestoftheday #vsco #amazed   (at Rahat Palace)

the beginning of sun lights
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all the time
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all the time
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my head is up up up in the sky 
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my head is up up up in the sky
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cjwho:

Mass Studies adds three pavilions to Korean tea museum | via

a href=”http://www.massstudies.com/”>Mass Studies designed the trio of new buildings for the O’Sulloc Tea Museum, an exhibition centre dedicated to the history of Korea’s traditional tea culture, and dotted them along a pathway winding between the main building and the surrounding green tea fields.

Unlike the circular form of the museum, the three pavilions were all designed as rectilinear volumes with similar sizes and proportions. Two are positioned on either side of a gotjawal - the Korean term for woodland on rocky ground - so that they face one another through the trees.

The first pavilion, named Tea Stone, is a two-storey concrete building that accommodates new exhibition spaces and a classroom where visitors can watch and participate in tea ceremonies.

Photography: Yong-Kwan Kim

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subtilitas:

Karl Heinz Schmitz & Rittmannsberger Architekten - Anna Amalia library extension, Weimar 2005. Note how the adjacent buildings inform the addition; by aligning the top of the windows to the building on the left and the bottom with the building on the right, a new proportion is created that dictates the facade. Photos (C) Ulrich Schwarz.