Fantastic work. It's so bizarre to see that wood siding (pine?) go right down to the ground - surrounded by snow. I can't believe there wouldn't be an exposed stone foundation to take the brunt of that melt. At least 24"/60cm above grade. Because, no matter how treated those boards are, over time they will be destroyed with constant freeze/thaw/melt patterns. Plus, the melt will get between every joint of those boards when they are down that low and get at the substrate behind. None of that takes away from the awesomeness of the shots...! :)
wow. just wow. loved this building ever since the architects were at my university of stuttgart. didn't expect this here... nice surprise. :)
What an honour to be on Ronens website. Thanks and big thank you to Roberto and Gianpiero from State of Art Academy. Its been an amazing experience!
Keeping up with publishing the interviews made during SOA #AcademyDay5, I'm publishing the second interview with Juraj Talcik and Adam Hotovy.... more
I've featured the Barts Square project back in August this year, and this week the making of this project was... more
Congratulations to Maciej Kozlowski for winning the second stage of the August 2014 PETER GUTHRIE HDRi Skies giveaway! During the month of... more
Congratulations to Alexander Nozadze for winning the second stage of the August 2014 DesignConnected giveaway! During the month of August... more