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Illustration of @thecybilwar for the next @cybilshouse coming in May. Category is: Video games. ____________________ #cybilwar #cybilshouse #gta #gtavicecity #1980 #1980s #graphicdesign #graphicdesigner #design #poster #posterdesign #glam #drag #dragqueen #illustration #shoulderpads #shoulderpadsfordays

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exterior of modern cottage with dark red bricks walls semi curved top exterior windows with vertical brick accent of Huge Options of Exterior Window Designs in Different Types, Which One Do You Prefer?

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Brick Biotope is a series of bricks designed specifically to provide a natural living environment for birds within the urban landscape. As part of a three-month intensive, design students Micaela Nardella and Oana Tudose devised a brick-making technique using simple molds, plaster and sand. Each unit is made by hand and totally unique but the standard rectangular form allows for easy placement within a brick wall.

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I am an Art Deco Junkie. The Architecture, the Design, the Furniture, the Jewelry, it all lifts my spirits and makes me happy.

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Get started on liberating your interior design at Decoraid in your city! NY | SF | CHI | DC | BOS | LDN https://www.decoraid.com

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Bar Nacional — Melbourne http://www.weheart.co.uk/2014/02/25/bar-nacional-melbourne/

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LSE New Students’ Centre by O’Donnell & Tuomey | Technical | Building Design

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Kate, do you see these WINDOWS??? wooooooooooooooooooooooow!

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A stone falls in waters sound. #haikou #poetry #lettering #typedesign #ahouai #research #commeça

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This black brick building has a 'crack' in it to reveal the entrance.

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External view of structural glass side return infill and rooflights in SIG by IQ Glass

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Rise Design Studio adds glass extension to London house

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picture windows in the pavilion style extension

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On the market: 1930s Oswald Chisolm-designed Chisolm House art deco property in Dalkeith, Western Australia on http://www.wowhaus.co.uk

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Erskineville project - narrow space=vertical planting (Okay, Grandpa, you and I have to finish the brick path from the back to the side yard. T Needs a place to go zoom!)

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traditional landscape by TERRABELLA, inc. I love squiggly trees and weeping Northern Firs!!!!

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Modular Building Cladding - wood, stone-effect, brick slips

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Villa Residential Apartment,© Ali Daghigh | 1:200 | Residential Building | vertical | urban building | Fiat land | between building | red brick building facade | red brick aparejo | Housing |

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patio with brick covered in fig vine and raised planters

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Fraher Architects Completes An Extension With A Window That Stretches Up To The Roof - http://www.decorazilla.com/architecture/fraher-architects-completes-an-extension-with-a-window-that-stretches-up-to-the-roof.html

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Just lovely. Really crisp finish on this side return. www.methodstudio.london

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Trombe - External photo on rear side of London Home. A structurally glazed modern extension with clear glass end gable and a switchable frameless glass roof

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pinterest: chandlerjocleve instagram: chandlercleveland

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Dining room in glass - without having the entire back of the house all glass

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house B | tielt - Projects - CAAN Architecten / Gent

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Side Extension Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

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5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale in Harvist Road, Queen's Park, NW6 - Rightmove | Photos

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Tokyo Court House woningen rijwoningen diversiteit deck materialisatie dakvorm volumeschakeling gevel

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Recycled brick gabion at Railroad Park, Birmingham - could be a good front fence option

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Floral + Garden Inspired Living: 5 Vertical Succulent Garden Tutorials to Add to Your Weekend Project This Summer

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A weathered horizontal slatted privacy fence is a cool way to to make a bleh house more modern. Bonus - minimalist house numbers.

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This vertical garden from ‘Balcony of Dreams‘ is created inexpensively with garden netting and climbing plants. Great for urban areas as the plants are in pots and offer greenery to all the neighboring families.

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I think it has to be stack bond for my current quilt. I'll have the same number of bricks on every row, all the same size.

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Screen from neighbours. Luciano Giubbilei - Kensington Gardens

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Horsted Park Housing Development / Proctor and Matthews Architects - Horsted Park, designed on behalf of developer Countryside Properties by Proctor and Matthews Architects is a mixed-use, mixed tenure scheme located next to Horsted Way and Fort Horsted (a Nineteenth Century military defense and Scheduled Ancient Monument), Chatham, Medway. Comprising 337 residential units alongside commercial space, the development will create a sustainable environment over 20 acres of land...

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Street view : I like the way the boring rectangular façades have been broken up with different colours and with non-conventional window sizes/shapes and surrounds

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Trombe - External side view photo of structurally glazed modern extension with clear glass end gable and a switchable frameless glass roof

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Refurbished and extended Victorian property in east London

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