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Enjoy Nature 🌻+☀️=💛 8h
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Anna Gaudreault Jun 19
PARLE-MOI D’ARCHITECTURE The landmark
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Hi:Health Jun 19
Such important part of the economy as care industry is still running on ineffective and dated . The main problems are exploring avenues for keeping confidential about the patient and refinement of the . Hi:Health will solve this problem.
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 13h
🏰 Fascinating: This Castle was entirely 3D Printed with Concrete.
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Dave Skott 11h
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ArchiDesign Concepts Jun 19
Every year when the rains come, Accra experiences flooding. Is this as a result of a drainage problem or because we build on waterways? ~
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mySweven Store Jun 19
Absorbent Non-Slip Soft Bathroom Carpet
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Aquaesulis-Photo Jun 19
A rear view of Pulteney bridge capturing Prior park in the distance.
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The B1M 3h
The city of Leiden has a new car park.
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Philip Oldfield 11h
Dubai has officially run out of ideas "This new building has been designed to look like an iPod"
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MYdreamhome Jun 19
Built-in shelves create an open concept in this narrow house.
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SciFi Art 2h
Art by Chris Foss for Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke (1973 Pan edition). Love the retro futuristic
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Quaestor ICO Jun 19
2250. Digital citizens of Hrizon are governed by Moderation, an online manifesto written to a public hard drive – a site formerly known as church.
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Artisan Plastercraft 14h
We had a fantastic time yesterday at The Old Royal Naval College; Careers in Heritage Construction Day and so did the participating schools. We were amazed at the number of young people who weren't afraid of getting their hands dirty. Well done!
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Tube Mapper 15h
Central Alignment 😁🚇 The red tiles at on the Central Line, allow for some great symmetry play. More of symmetry on the Underground By Luke Agbaimoni
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Domagoj Sever Jun 19
Croatia's second-largest city is Split. Step inside Diocletian’s Palace and you’ll see dozens of bars,restaurants and shops thriving amid the atmospheric old walls where Split life has been humming along for thousands of years.
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Sofia Vinci 7h
House in the Pyrenees by Cadaval & Sola-Morales
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Home Adore 17h
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Judith Cunnold Jun 19
Empty nave looking east and west.
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Home Adore 9h
Peribere Residence by Max Strang Architecture | Please RT
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