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Giethoorn, la città senza strade in Olanda

Giethoorn is a well-known tourist village in the Netherlands, dubbed the "Venice of the North". This is because of the fact that the village has no motor-able roads, and all transport is done by water over one of the many intersecting canals.

Arch2O Reef Benches Remy Veenhuizen-01

'Reef Benches' by Remy Veenhuizen.Dutch designers created this organic bench from wooden structures. Placed on the rooftop of a local high school, the wooden bench creates a dune like seating area on a gray urban surroundings.

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15 Unique Doors and Entrances - ODDEE Dozza (Bologna - Italy) by Francesca Birini.

Beautiful Portals

This cobblestone street and rustic door remind me of the street I lived on in Rouen, France.

Office Solvas / GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten (3)Belgium  A rhythm of wooden slats creates a privacy filter without compromising daylight, as well as a visually open fence for the patio facing the street.  Article: Arch Daily:   Filed under: Featured ,Institutional Architecture ,Selected , Belgium, GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten, Zomergem

Office Solvas / GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten

Built by GRAUX & BAEYENS architecten in Zomergem, Belgium with date Images by Luc Roymans. Office Solvas is a newly constructed office building in the center of Zomergem, Belgium, in the immediate vicinity of.

Make it Wonderful with Water        Use a fountain to soften the noise of a busy street or to create a pleasant background sound. It's easy to add a water feature to your deck. Tuck small fountains in corners where they'll be out of the way or use a bigger, bolder piece as a dramatic focal point.

Dream Decks

Arch with Rosa 'Adélaide d'Orléans', wooden bench around tree - This would be very important for me. I would need a lovely shady spot in my garden to read. I've always wanted a wrap-around bench.

The Urban Totem: Herzog and De Meuron’s Vancouver Art Gallery Could Be Canada’s Next Great Cultural Icon - Architizer

Since completing the striking Walker Art Center in Minneapolis 10 years ago, Swiss firm Herzog and de Meuron has conquered every cultural corner of the Unite.

March 7, 1939: "Children who are small enough to pass under an archway in Bow, east London, qualify for a weekly parcel of toys. In 1907 the headmistress of Devons Primary School in Bow, Clara Grant, set up a wooden arch on the pavement, inscribed with ‘Enter all ye children small, None can come who are too tall’. Any child able to pass through the arch without bending could receive a parcel of toys for a farthing. These parcels quickly became known as Farthing Bundles and Clara Gran"

Small is Fun, March 1939 Children who are small enough to pass under an archway in Bow, east London, qualify for a weekly parcel of toys.