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A Tudor brick apartment building. Built in 1924. Grand Ave. St Paul, MN.
A Tudor brick apartment building. Built in 1924. Grand Ave. St Paul, MN....more
16.10.2019 14:29:13
#grandopening Last Friday I went to visit @neolithnederland @neolithbythesize at
#grandopening Last Friday I went to visit @neolithnederland@neolithbythesize at their Grand Opening of the Neolith Urban Boutique in Amsterdam. Had a really nice time meeting up with some colleagues and also made some new friends in town! Reminded me again it's super important to go out and meet new people, attend events, follow some courses and workshops and be super creative whenever possible... 😎😎 . . . #neolith#amsterdam#thenetherlands#showroom#intercodam#slabs#interiordesign#interiorarchitecture#bathroomdesign#kitchendesign#facades#wallpanels#floorings#ceilings#interior#design#architecture#mosaic#golden#premiumdesign#luxurydesign#totaldesign
16.10.2019 13:43:24
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Faces of London 🖤
Faces of London 🖤...more
16.10.2019 13:26:38
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16.10.2019 13:10:18
Details 💙💫
Details 💙💫...more
16.10.2019 12:57:18
It’s hard to imagine that these babies are just a block and a half away from the
It’s hard to imagine that these babies are just a block and a half away from the insanity that is Times Square. W 46th St between 8th & 9th Avenues. #nyc#nycarchitecture#manhattan#manhattanarchitecture#newyork#newyorkarchitecture#urbanexploration#urbanoutfitters#facade#facades#timeoutnewyork#ilovenewyork#iloveny#archidaily#historic#newyorkarea#midtown
16.10.2019 12:12:42
Bijoy Jain, Weekend House, Alibag. Palmyra House. Studio Mumbai Architects, 2007
Bijoy Jain, Weekend House, Alibag. Palmyra House. Studio Mumbai Architects, 2007. More: https://architexturez.net/doc/az-cf-166701-7 Image © Aga Khan Award for Architecture/Rajesh Vora (photographer) The functions of this weekend house are placed within two oblong masses slightly offset from one another, whose facades are characterised by louvers made with the trunks of the local Palmyra palm. The structure is made of ain wood; local basalt was used to make boundary walls, plinths and paving. The development of the design and detail, resulting from collaboration between the architect and construction labourers uses an eclectic mix of local and foreign techniques. ..... .... .... .... .... #thelocal#thisweekend#walls#development#indianarchitects#indianarchitecture#plinths#placed#masses#functions#facades#architecture#architects#techniques#offset#roman#empire#result#civilengineering#designinspiration#designlife#exteriordesign#homes#homestead#palms#pave#place#structural#teamtime#boundaries
16.10.2019 12:10:04
Metal and spice • Zócalo • Mexico City • 🇲🇽
Metal and spice • Zócalo • Mexico City • 🇲🇽...more
16.10.2019 12:00:47
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I’m excited for the this long overdue change of my @ins
New name, who dis? . . . I’m excited for the this long overdue change of my @instagram handle to my name, Miya Daigle to coincide with the upcoming launch of my website and blog. When I created this account many years ago I wanted to document my Midwest adventures as I spend a lot of my time between West Michigan, Indianapolis and Chicago. The Midwest is still my home but I’ve found many of my adventures and interests have taken me outside of the Midwest and also into the world of interior styling. I participated in a styling retreat this past March and it was there I was encouraged to “re-brand”. You will see a lot of the same content here but as a compliment my website and blog will be interior and travel focused with an aim to inspire. . . . Thank you all for following along on this journey, it has been a fun ride and I love connecting and interacting with you all!
16.10.2019 11:56:22
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. 
The colourful richly decorated
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. The colourful richly decorated Maltese balconies are one of the prominent eyecatching elements of architecture in Malta. These closed wooden balconies are known as ‘gallariji’. 🇲🇹 Maltese traditional balconies can be broadly classified under two categories. These are the older open type (either in stone or wrought iron), and then there is the closed wooden balcony. 🇲🇹 Small-scale wooden balconies started to appear in Valletta during the mid-eighteenth century and gradually gained popularity and became the fashion. This closed type of balcony was derived from North African, mostly Moroccan, prototypes which again derive from the Arabic muxrabija or mashrabiya (مشربية, a look-out place). A mashrabiya is a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second story of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. It is a window that allows the person inside the house to look out onto the street without being seen. In fact, the nickname is ‘harem window’: in this way men could keep their women inside. Traditionally, wooden balconies varied in colour like bright red, deep blue and exotic purple. The British introduced a particular type of green. The green slowly became the ‘status colour’. 🇲🇹 The Maltese government started an urban regeneration program and supports people financially to restore the wooden balconies. Most look wonderful nowadays, but helas some badly need some TLC and repairing. #malta#visitmalta#valletta#balcony#balconies#maltabalconies#balconiesofmalta#galarija#gallariji#cornerbalcony#muxrabija#mashrabiya#مشربية#facade#façade#facades#colourfulfacades#window#windowstotheworld#maltaarchitecture#urbanwanderlust
16.10.2019 11:03:36
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. 
The colourful richly decorated
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. The colourful richly decorated Maltese balconies are one of the prominent eyecatching elements of architecture in Malta. These closed wooden balconies are known as ‘gallariji’. 🇲🇹 Maltese traditional balconies can be broadly classified under two categories. These are the older open type (either in stone or wrought iron), and then there is the closed wooden balcony. 🇲🇹 Small-scale wooden balconies started to appear in Valletta during the mid-eighteenth century and gradually gained popularity and became the fashion. This closed type of balcony was derived from North African, mostly Moroccan, prototypes which again derive from the Arabic muxrabija or mashrabiya (مشربية, a look-out place). A mashrabiya is a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second story of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. It is a window that allows the person inside the house to look out onto the street without being seen. In fact, the nickname is ‘harem window’: in this way men could keep their women inside. Traditionally, wooden balconies varied in colour like bright red, deep blue and exotic purple. The British introduced a particular type of green. The green slowly became the ‘status colour’. 🇲🇹 The Maltese government started an urban regeneration program and supports people financially to restore the wooden balconies. Most look wonderful nowadays, but helas some badly need some TLC and repairing. #malta#visitmalta#valletta#balcony#balconies#maltabalconies#balconiesofmalta#galarija#gallariji#cornerbalcony#muxrabija#mashrabiya#مشربية#facade#façade#facades#colourfulfacades#window#windowstotheworld#maltaarchitecture#urbanwanderlust
16.10.2019 11:00:16
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. 
The colourful richly decorated
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. The colourful richly decorated Maltese balconies are one of the prominent eyecatching elements of architecture in Malta. These closed wooden balconies are known as ‘gallariji’. 🇲🇹 Maltese traditional balconies can be broadly classified under two categories. These are the older open type (either in stone or wrought iron), and then there is the closed wooden balcony. 🇲🇹 Small-scale wooden balconies started to appear in Valletta during the mid-eighteenth century and gradually gained popularity and became the fashion. This closed type of balcony was derived from North African, mostly Moroccan, prototypes which again derive from the Arabic muxrabija or mashrabiya (مشربية, a look-out place). A mashrabiya is a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second story of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. It is a window that allows the person inside the house to look out onto the street without being seen. In fact, the nickname is ‘harem window’: in this way men could keep their women inside. Traditionally, wooden balconies varied in colour like bright red, deep blue and exotic purple. The British introduced a particular type of green. The green slowly became the ‘status colour’. 🇲🇹 The Maltese government started an urban regeneration program and supports people financially to restore the wooden balconies. Most look wonderful nowadays, but helas some badly need some TLC and repairing. #malta#visitmalta#valletta#balcony#balconies#maltabalconies#balconiesofmalta#galarija#gallariji#cornerbalcony#muxrabija#mashrabiya#مشربية#facade#façade#facades#colourfulfacades#window#windowstotheworld#maltaarchitecture#urbanwanderlust
16.10.2019 10:58:30
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. 
The colourful richly decorated
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balconies in Valletta, Malta. The colourful richly decorated Maltese balconies are one of the prominent eyecatching elements of architecture in Malta. These closed wooden balconies are known as ‘gallariji’. 🇲🇹 Maltese traditional balconies can be broadly classified under two categories. These are the older open type (either in stone or wrought iron), and then there is the closed wooden balcony. 🇲🇹 Small-scale wooden balconies started to appear in Valletta during the mid-eighteenth century and gradually gained popularity and became the fashion. This closed type of balcony was derived from North African, mostly Moroccan, prototypes which again derive from the Arabic muxrabija or mashrabiya (مشربية, a look-out place). A mashrabiya is a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second story of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. It is a window that allows the person inside the house to look out onto the street without being seen. In fact, the nickname is ‘harem window’: in this way men could keep their women inside. Traditionally, wooden balconies varied in colour like bright red, deep blue and exotic purple. The British introduced a particular type of green. The green slowly became the ‘status colour’. 🇲🇹 The Maltese government started an urban regeneration program and supports people financially to restore the wooden balconies. Most look wonderful nowadays, but helas some badly need some TLC and repairing. #malta#visitmalta#valletta#balcony#balconies#maltabalconies#balconiesofmalta#galarija#gallariji#cornerbalcony#muxrabija#mashrabiya#مشربية#facade#façade#facades#colourfulfacades#window#windowstotheworld#maltaarchitecture#urbanwanderlust
16.10.2019 10:54:35
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balcony in Valletta, Malta. 
The colourful richly decorated M
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balcony in Valletta, Malta. The colourful richly decorated Maltese balconies are one of the prominent eyecatching elements of architecture in Malta. These closed wooden balconies are known as ‘gallariji’. 🇲🇹 Maltese traditional balconies can be broadly classified under two categories. These are the older open type (either in stone or wrought iron), and then there is the closed wooden balcony. 🇲🇹 Small-scale wooden balconies started to appear in Valletta during the mid-eighteenth century and gradually gained popularity and became the fashion. This closed type of balcony was derived from North African, mostly Moroccan, prototypes which again derive from the Arabic muxrabija or mashrabiya (مشربية, a look-out place). A mashrabiya is a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second story of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. It is a window that allows the person inside the house to look out onto the street without being seen. In fact, the nickname is ‘harem window’: in this way men could keep their women inside. Traditionally, wooden balconies varied in colour like bright red, deep blue and exotic purple. The British introduced a particular type of green. The green slowly became the ‘status colour’. 🇲🇹 The Maltese government started an urban regeneration program and supports people financially to restore the wooden balconies. Most look wonderful nowadays, but helas some badly need some TLC and repairing. #malta#visitmalta#valletta#balcony#balconies#maltabalconies#balconiesofmalta#galarija#gallariji#cornerbalcony#muxrabija#mashrabiya#مشربية#facade#façade#facades#colourfulfacades#window#windowstotheworld#maltaarchitecture#urbanwanderlust#greenbalcony
16.10.2019 10:52:33
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden corner balcony in Valletta, Malta. 
The colourful richly deco
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden corner balcony in Valletta, Malta. The colourful richly decorated Maltese balconies are one of the prominent eyecatching elements of architecture in Malta. These closed wooden balconies are known as ‘gallariji’. 🇲🇹 Maltese traditional balconies can be broadly classified under two categories. These are the older open type (either in stone or wrought iron), and then there is the closed wooden balcony. 🇲🇹 Small-scale wooden balconies started to appear in Valletta during the mid-eighteenth century and gradually gained popularity and became the fashion. This closed type of balcony was derived from North African, mostly Moroccan, prototypes which again derive from the Arabic muxrabija or mashrabiya (مشربية, a look-out place). A mashrabiya is a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second story of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. It is a window that allows the person inside the house to look out onto the street without being seen. In fact, the nickname is ‘harem window’: in this way men could keep their women inside. Traditionally, wooden balconies varied in colour like bright red, deep blue and exotic purple. The British introduced a particular type of green. The green slowly became the ‘status colour’. 🇲🇹 The Maltese government started an urban regeneration program and supports people financially to restore the wooden balconies. Most look wonderful nowadays, but helas some badly need some TLC and repairing. #malta#visitmalta#valletta#balcony#balconies#maltabalconies#greenbalcoby#balconiesofmalta#galarija#gallariji#cornerbalcony#muxrabija#mashrabiya#مشربية#facade#façade#facades#colourfulfacades#window#windowstotheworld#maltaarchitecture#urbanwanderlust#cornerbalcony
16.10.2019 10:48:56
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balcony in Valletta, Malta. 
The colourful richly decorated M
🇲🇹Beautiful wooden balcony in Valletta, Malta. The colourful richly decorated Maltese balconies are one of the prominent eyecatching elements of architecture in Malta. These closed wooden balconies are known as ‘gallariji’. 🇲🇹 Maltese traditional balconies can be broadly classified under two categories. These are the older open type (either in stone or wrought iron), and then there is the closed wooden balcony. 🇲🇹 Small-scale wooden balconies started to appear in Valletta during the mid-eighteenth century and gradually gained popularity and became the fashion. This closed type of balcony was derived from North African, mostly Moroccan, prototypes which again derive from the Arabic muxrabija or mashrabiya (مشربية, a look-out place). A mashrabiya is a type of projecting oriel window enclosed with carved wood latticework located on the second story of a building or higher, often lined with stained glass. It is a window that allows the person inside the house to look out onto the street without being seen. In fact, the nickname is ‘harem window’: in this way men could keep their women inside. Traditionally, wooden balconies varied in colour like bright red, deep blue and exotic purple. The British introduced a particular type of green. The green slowly became the ‘status colour’. 🇲🇹 The Maltese government started an urban regeneration program and supports people financially to restore the wooden balconies. Most look wonderful nowadays, but helas some badly need some TLC and repairing. #malta#visitmalta#valletta#balcony#balconies#maltabalconies#balconiesofmalta#galarija#gallariji#cornerbalcony#muxrabija#mashrabiya#مشربية#facade#façade#facades#colourfulfacades#window#windowstotheworld#maltaarchitecture#urbanwanderlust
16.10.2019 10:46:19
#factsandfigures // 95% of the visitors were satisfied with the exhibits present
#factsandfigures // 95% of the visitors were satisfied with the exhibits presented at #fensterbaufrontale 2018. 👏 Seeing all the renowned companies that have already registered for the upcoming show in March 2020, we are certain that the visitors will again be inspired and impressed by the range of innovative products and services showcased by the exhibitors. 🙂 ___________ #NürnbergMesse#tradeshow#fensterbau#fenestration#windows#doors#doormaking#facades#buildinglovers#smarthometechnology#homeautomation#architecture#skylightdesign#energyefficiency#sustainability#woodworkingtools#carpentry
16.10.2019 10:45:06
Proud to be a partner to @dm_cantieri in this project by @alivafacadesystems in
Proud to be a partner to @dm_cantieri in this project by @alivafacadesystems in London where were used Teclam slabs by @levantina_group Thanks to our special product CER CLEAN+ it is possible to clean ceramic tiles during working, offering the best maintenance and easy removal of dirt and smog. Discover the ceramic line MASSIMO PIRACCINI! #facades#ceramic#ceramictiles#skyscraper#ceramicproject#cerclean+#porcelanato#porcelanico#gres#porcellana#bigsizeceramic#porcelainbigslabtiles#grandeformato#techlam#slabs#maintenance#beststonecaresolutions#ceramicwall#porcelainwalls
16.10.2019 10:42:06
Didn't win, but I’m still pleased I was nominated in the 14th Black&White Spider
Didn't win, but I’m still pleased I was nominated in the 14th Black&White Spider Awards with this photo of Villa JU 13, I shot in Germany for @schillerarchitektur More on my work for them : link in bio.#architecturephotography#villaphotography#villaphotographer#lessismore#bauhaus#minimalism#blackandwhite#instablackandwhite#facades#architectuur#award#nominated#archdaily#dezeen#architecturaldetails
16.10.2019 10:37:24
Еднофамилна жилищна сграда в в.з. Симеоново - Драгалевци - - - - - - - - - - - -
Еднофамилна жилищна сграда в в.з. Симеоново - Драгалевци - - - - - - - - - - - - - #house#construction#work#view#home#modern#landscape#architecture#facades#design#photo#nature#architect#3d#realestate#like#instalike#instadaily#instagram#instagramers#instapic
16.10.2019 10:36:46
@arianstone_group .
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#white_travertine #manufacturing .#luxury_facade design .
@arianstone_group . . #white_travertine#manufacturing .#luxury_facade design . . .. @kamyar_abedi@hadi.teherani@hadi_a.t.a@ladyha.l@hadi_assoudeh@hamidrezaadineh گروه معادن و کارخانجات آرین سنگ. استخراج‌ و تولید تخصصی انواع #تراورتن سفید، کرم، شکلاتی، سیلور . . سعادت اباد 👆👆 تولید و صادرات انبوه به کشورهای منطقه. قطر. عمان. ترکیه و .... . . #luxury_design#facades#building#natural_stone#architektur#architechture#exporting#travertine_exporting#building_company#نمای_ساختمان#طراحی_نما#صادرات_تراورتن#استخراج_تراورتن#الحجر_طبیعی#تصدیر_الحجر
16.10.2019 10:30:40
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Today's cityscape: E-scooters and anti terror blocks.
ᴬᵈ ᵇᵉᶜᵃᵘˢᵉ ᵒᶠ ˢⁱᵗᵉ⁻ⁿᵃᵐⁱⁿᵍ Today's cityscape: E-scooters and anti terror blocks. How ironic that they even got a colourful and artistic facelift. Whatever.😁🙌🇩🇪 _________________________________ Check out www.journiano.com for deeper insights from NRW, alternative and authentic places via my link in the BIO.❤📰 _________________________________ Check out for more pictures from Düsseldorf at #jnodus , NRW at #jnonrw & Germany at #jnodeu 🇩🇪 _________________________________ #düsseldorf#dusseldorf#デュッセルドルフ#뒤셀도르프#düsseldorfcity#duesseldorf#0211#ddorf#düsseldorfaltstadt#rheinuferpromenade#rheinland#northrhinewestphalia#deinnrw#ig_nrw#deutschland🇩🇪#germany🇩🇪#citysights#europeancities#facades#strassenkunst#keintagohnekunst#platane#escooter#kapelle#chapel#säulenheilige#fineartarchitecture
16.10.2019 10:15:04
Moroccan Pendent lamp.

Metal use:- First grade iron shreet coated with zinc pho
Moroccan Pendent lamp. Metal use:- First grade iron shreet coated with zinc phosphate. Size:- 9" * 12"▶️🔼 🧨 Deal in all type of Diwali gifting🎁 Call now for bulk order 9627466777 @decorsmith manufacturer and supplier of all type of brass, copper, iron items We welcome independent retailers, departmental stores and e-tailer worldwide to carry our brand & products. Kindly drop us an text on 9627466777 for enquiries.🌍 #decor#lanterns#addicted#to#night#lights#wedding#lanternfestival#homedecor#nature#colors#lantern#city#nights#interiordesign#decor#faroles#ciudad#luces#addictedto#streetlanterns#fences#facades#lanternsdecoration#openwalls#bnw#reflections For new products update follow us @decorsmith19
16.10.2019 10:05:54
Serviço de Águas 💙 
#water
Serviço de Águas 💙 #water...more
16.10.2019 09:56:10
We have a new range of literature which cover our external render product range,
We have a new range of literature which cover our external render product range, common substrates, best practice and render selection.  You're sure to find these of use - access the guides on our website #render#facades
16.10.2019 09:41:02
Mount facade panels 🔺приступили к монтажу фасадных фибропанелей🔻#facades #facade
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Mount facade panels 🔺приступили к монтажу фасадных фибропанелей🔻#facades#facade#архитектура
16.10.2019 09:39:25
Tell me where, I’ll meet you there. #restless
Tell me where, I’ll meet you there. #restless...more
15.10.2019 23:30:28
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