“The area in front of the station has been redesigned with a new projecting roof, called ‘Golden Eye’ by the locals, marking the centre of the plaza…viewed from below, the roof’s covering reflects a slightly distorted version of the stripes of the plaza pavement, passengers and vehicles, resembling a movie screen projection of their movements.” Click through to read more!
The Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas designed by Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentice E. Fay Jones in 1980 is considered one of the crowning examples of organic architecture, a philosophy credited to Wright that promotes a harmony between the natural world and human habitation. Read more about this awesome structure in Hyperallergic.
Living facade by designer Luis Rebelo de Andrade. Nearly five thousand total plants now thrive along the multiple vertical surfaces of the building, creating a dynamic, slowly-evolving facade as the species vie for water, sunlight and space.