Real Beauchene Skull (Medical school teaching display)
A Beauchene Skull, also known as an exploded skull, is a disarticulated human skull that has been painstakingly reassembled on a stand with jointed, movable supports. This device allows viewers to move and study individual parts of the skull.
found by Roman & Williams on 1stdibs

Real Beauchene Skull (Medical school teaching display)

A Beauchene Skull, also known as an exploded skull, is a disarticulated human skull that has been painstakingly reassembled on a stand with jointed, movable supports. This device allows viewers to move and study individual parts of the skull.

found by Roman & Williams on 1stdibs

This vertigo-inducing, “floor-less” bathroom will make you ponder the void. This vertigo-inducing, “floor-less” bathroom will make you ponder the void. This vertigo-inducing, “floor-less” bathroom will make you ponder the void. This vertigo-inducing, “floor-less” bathroom will make you ponder the void.
Mostra In-Side - Rome, Italy
 A project by: Noses Architects  Mostra In-Side - Rome, Italy
 A project by: Noses Architects  Mostra In-Side - Rome, Italy
 A project by: Noses Architects 
Completely enamored with the exterior of the Good Residence in Melbourne - so transparent! But not! 
The architects describe it as “robust external cladding that changes appearance significantly in different weather and lighting conditions.”

Completely enamored with the exterior of the Good Residence in Melbourne - so transparent! But not! 

The architects describe it as “robust external cladding that changes appearance significantly in different weather and lighting conditions.”

Emmanuelle Moureaux, a French architect in Japan, takes the idea of vernacular influence and flips it on its head with color, transparency, and “conceptual distillation.”
EDITOR’S PICK: Sugamo Shinkin Bank (Shimura Branch)in Tokyo.

Emmanuelle Moureaux, a French architect in Japan, takes the idea of vernacular influence and flips it on its head with color, transparency, and “conceptual distillation.”

EDITOR’S PICK: Sugamo Shinkin Bank (Shimura Branch)in Tokyo.

Masonry blocks + transparent ‘skin’, as seen from inside the Cell Brick House by Atelier TEKUTO in Japan.

Masonry blocks + transparent ‘skin’, as seen from inside the Cell Brick House by Atelier TEKUTO in Japan.

Clay bricks have been used as a building tool by ancient civilizations from the Mesopotamians to the Pueblo Indians. Leave it to our 21st century compatriots to figure out a way to render them transparent.
HERE FOR VIDEO. 

Clay bricks have been used as a building tool by ancient civilizations from the Mesopotamians to the Pueblo Indians. Leave it to our 21st century compatriots to figure out a way to render them transparent.

HERE FOR VIDEO.