1. The Secret Backyard

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  2. Simple yet sophisticated

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  3. See-through Apartment

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  4. Bridge Above

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  5. Spiral Greenery

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  6. Revealing the Cracks

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  7. In the Middle

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  10. The Living Staircase by Paul Cocksedge | Posted by CJWHO.com
    The Living Staircase by Paul Cocksedge | Posted by CJWHO.com
    The Living Staircase by Paul Cocksedge | Posted by CJWHO.com

    The Living Staircase by Paul Cocksedge | via

    This spiral staircase conceived by London designer Paul Cocksedge will feature balustrades overflowing with plants and circular spaces where employees can take time out from their work. Paul Cocksedge designed The Living Staircase for Ampersand, a new office building in London’s Soho dedicated to creative businesses.

    The design concept is for a staircase that is about “more than a means of moving from floor to floor”. By widening the diameter of the spiral and excluding the central column, there will be enough space to create three circular platforms that can be used as social spaces.

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  11. Roof and Mushrooms pavilion - Kyoto, Japan / Ryue Nishizawa and Nendo

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  12. Federal Center South Building 1202 in Seattle, Washington by ZGF Architects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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  15. Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology by Weiss and Manfredi

    (Source: weissmanfredi.com)