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kazu721010:

Slim House / ALMA-NAC

kazu721010:

Slim House / ALMA-NAC

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$22 million New York City Penthouse

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This one-of-a-kind duplex penthouse is located in the Dietz Lantern Building in Tribeca, New York City. The luxury five bedroom five and a half bathroom apartment occupies the building’s entire top two floors. Spectacular views and light flood the apartment from fifty (!) windows facing east, west, north, and south. Penthouses like this one often come with a hefty price tag and this one is no exception: $22 Million and its yours!

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fyeahcooldormrooms:

University of Maryland, College Park

fyeahcooldormrooms:

University of Maryland, College Park

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life1nmotion:

Modern dream home in Los Angeles: 6352 Colgate

life1nmotion:

Modern dream home in Los Angeles: 6352 Colgate

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barackobotm:

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cjwho:

The Sustainability Treehouse by Mithun | via

he Sustainability Treehouse, a Living Building Challenge targeted interpretive and gathering facility situated in the forest at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, serves as a unique icon of camp adventure, environmental stewardship and innovative building design. Mithun led the integrated design process and a multidisciplinary team to achieve the engaging, high‐performance facility.

The Treehouse provides dynamic educational and gathering spaces for exploring and understanding the site and ecosystem at the levels of ground, tree canopy, and sky. The towering Corten steel frame elevates visitors to extraordinary vantages and provides an armature for green building systems, such as photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, and a large cistern and water cleansing system. Interactive exhibits showcase and celebrate sustainable technologies.

Photography: Joe Fletcher

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cjwho:

The Sustainability Treehouse by Mithun | via

he Sustainability Treehouse, a Living Building Challenge targeted interpretive and gathering facility situated in the forest at the Summit Bechtel Reserve, serves as a unique icon of camp adventure, environmental stewardship and innovative building design. Mithun led the integrated design process and a multidisciplinary team to achieve the engaging, high‐performance facility.

The Treehouse provides dynamic educational and gathering spaces for exploring and understanding the site and ecosystem at the levels of ground, tree canopy, and sky. The towering Corten steel frame elevates visitors to extraordinary vantages and provides an armature for green building systems, such as photovoltaic panels, wind turbines, and a large cistern and water cleansing system. Interactive exhibits showcase and celebrate sustainable technologies.

Photography: Joe Fletcher

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