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Abandoned Houses of God by Roman Robroek

Roman Robroek captures the beauty in abandoned chapels and churches. Each place tells it own story, revealing their unique architecture and secrets to the lens of Robroek. 

Robroek is a 30-year-old urban-obsessed and award winning photographer, born and raised in the enchanting South of the Netherlands. He specializes in uniquely capturing interiors and exteriors of a variety of buildings, working with natural light only.

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Centre International d´Art Pariétal Montignac Lascaux in Dordogne

The Vézère valley in Dordogne, France, is a mecca of prehistory. It contains about 15 major sites, all on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Lascaux cave has one of the most important groups of Paleolithic rock wall art, both by its number and by the exceptional quality of its works. The Lascaux IV project designed by Snøhetta in collaboration with Associate Architect SRA Architectes and exhibition designers Casson Mann, is in line with the decades of reflections and initiatives focused on reconciling the safeguarding of a heritage that is unique for the history of humanity.

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Micro Hutong in Beijing 微胡同

In the words of the architects ZAO/standardarchitecture:

The goal of this project, a 30 sqm hostel, is to search for possibilities of creating ultra-small scale social housing within the limitations of super-tight traditional hutong spaces of Beijing.

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Good wood - moody but magnificent, with an interior to die for. Lung Hagem’s Norwegian chalet is a wonderful combination of blackened timber and concrete on the outside and paler oak with more concrete on the inside.