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Want vandaag is het 28/08

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Mike Giant

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Mike Giant

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Gone to pieces, Monica Piloni
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Gone to pieces, Monica Piloni
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Gone to pieces, Monica Piloni
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us/nyc/seagram bldg/14 by Hagen Stier on Flickr.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) with Philip Johnson (1906-2005) | The Four Seasons | The Seagram Building | 375 Park Avenue | New York | 1958
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Nonnative MA-1.
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Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
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Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
roomonfiredesign:

Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
roomonfiredesign:

Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
roomonfiredesign:

Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
roomonfiredesign:

Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
roomonfiredesign:

Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
roomonfiredesign:

Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
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"Casa dos Cubos" in Portugal by EMBAIXADA arquitectura
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"Casa dos Cubos" in Portugal by EMBAIXADA arquitectura
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"Casa dos Cubos" in Portugal by EMBAIXADA arquitectura
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"Casa dos Cubos" in Portugal by EMBAIXADA arquitectura
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VICTOR VASARELY (1906-1997)
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