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En Detalle: Muro Vegetal para el Museo de San Telmo,Vía Proiek

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San Telmo Museum I Architect for new extension: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos.

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Vertical elements in CorTen weathering steel. Eastside Park in Birmingham, designed by architect Patel Taylor with French landscape architect Allain Provost,

San Telmo Museum, Spain: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos  (semi-plant wall covering the building with perforated steel sheet)

San Telmo Museum / Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

materials-texture/tactile San Telmo Museum, Spain: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos (semi-plant wall covering the building with perforated steel sheet)

Material Focus: San Telmo Museum Expansion, Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Material Focus: San Telmo Museum Expansion, Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Detail of the Perforated Metal “Green” Skin used. San Telmo Museum Extension designed by Nieto Soberano Arquitectos.

Manchester School of Art by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (2009-2013) / Manchester, UK

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios: Manchester Metropolitan University School of Art & Design, Manchester.

STUDIO ARTHUR CASAS

Sao Paulo’s Mozza restaurant by Arthur Casas trama fachada puerta divisor

spanish tile facades | These piles of ceramic tubes create a celosia – a Moorish lattice ...

These piles of ceramic tubes create a celosia - a Moorish lattice which provides shade as well as being decorative and, in this case, pottery-themed.

USA Pavilion Expo Milano 2015 | Biber Architects | Archinect

Buildings account for a big quantity of land. Sustainable building evidently requires creativity, terrific planning, and obviously, resourcefulness.

Living Wall (Detail) - San Telmo Museum Extention wall facade    "A living green-wall is planted behind the laser-cut facade, allowing plants to grow through the perforations, adding splashes of color to the metal panels. It will be interesting to see how this building ages, with larger clumps of green appearing over time, I can see it resembling a moss-covered stone."

Nieto Sobejano - San Telmo Museum extension - facade detail - green wall planted behind the laser-cut facade, allowing plants to grow through the perforations

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Eine individuelle Lochung wurde bei dieser Fassade eines spanischen Museums genutzt: Ampliación del Museo de San Telmo / Expansion for the San Telmo Museum, Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos/Architects (Plaza de Zuloaga, San Sebastián, España/Spain)

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A Stacked Module House with a Perforated Facade in architecture Category

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