Talking about Instagram always have been interesting for us. We are living in a digital age that a photo sharing application is affecting Architecture and Design. Instagram has over 1 billion monthly users and as it continues to grow it becomes more vital tool in architecture. During 2018 we have posted more than 300 projects and we gained more than 130K followers. In this article we are shared the 20 most liked Instagram posts of 2018.

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20. The Street in Mathura, India by Sanjay Puri Architects, 2017

 

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The Street , in #Mathura #India by @sanjay_puri_architects | 2017. Taking a cue from the old city streets of Mathura city in India where this project is located, this 800 room students’ hostel creates organic spaces. Designed in 4 level high, 5 linear blocks, the built spaces snake across a wedge shaped site twisting and turning along their length. Sitting adjacent to repetitive hostel blocks on the east and west these new hostels within a large university campus create individual spaces within a discernible identity in each part of the layout. Photo © Dinesh Mehta . #indianarchitecture #indianarchitect #architecturelovers #archilovers #architectureporn #construction #architecture #civilengineering #architect #civilengineer #building #engineering #skyline #parametric #parametricdesign #parametricarchitecture #parametricism #parametricism2 #digitaldesign #design #awesomeshots #architecturephotography #amazingarchitecture #building

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19. The proposal for SANGAN Hotel in Khorasan, Iran by Farshad Mehdizadeh | FMZD

 

18. Miyahata Ruins Museum in Jukushima, Japan by Furuichi and Associates, 2016

 

17. Bombay Sapphire Distillery in by Heatherwick Studio in Laverstoke Mill, UK, 2014

 

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Bombay Sapphire Distillery in by Heatherwick Studio in #LaverstokeMill #UK 2014. Heatherwick led the transformation of this historical complex, nestled within the iconic green English countryside, into a state-of-the-art gin production facility. The complex includes two glass houses that cleverly make use of the excess heat produced during the distillation process. One of the glasshouses contains the distillery’s tropical plants collection, while the other houses the Mediterranean plants. Photos by @iwanbaan, @studio_naaro #amazingarchitecture #awesomearchitecture #digitaldesign #design #designer #parametric #grasshopper3d #rhinoceros3d #parametricarchitecture #parametricdesign #parametricism #architecture #architect #archilovers #architectureporn #mimar #mimarlik #building #architecturedesign #architectural #civilengworld #civilengineering #civilengineer

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16. Dancing Columns of the students at The Programmed Column 2 course at ETH, Zurich, 2010

 

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Dancing Columns of the students at The Programmed Column 2 course at ETH #Zurich 2010 @gramaziokohlerresearch Based on the findings of the elective course “The Programmed Column 1”,the students were challenged to design and fabricate 3 prototypical brick columns of 4m height each within a 4 week workshop. Functional load bearing criteria had to be integrated with the column design in a parametric system. By the means of models, prototypes in 1:1 scale and digital simulations within a software package for structural analysis the students designed 3 different prototypes that were subsequently assembled on a robotic fabrication unit. The course was conducted in collaboration with BLOCK Research Group – Assistant chair of Building Structure Philippe Block. Credits: Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich Students: Sebastian Cramer, Jari Fischer, Benjamin Heller, Pierre Levy, Claudio Meletta, Stephanie Monney, Luka Piskorec, Florian Strohmaier, Thomas Summermatter, Rainer Vock #brick #brickdesign #workshop #ethzurich #bricks #digitaldesign #design #parametric #grasshopper3d #rhinoceros3d #parametricarchitecture #parametricdesign #parametricism #architecture #architect #archilovers #architectureporn #architecturephotography #mimar #mimarlik #arquitectura #building #architectural #amazingarchitecture #studentwork #student #architecturestudent #architectureschool

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15. Wooden Roof of Pre-school in Lugano, Switzerland by Architect Bruno Fioretti Marquez, 2014

 

14. Landscape design by Bryum Orgin in in Basel, Switzerland

 

13. Exhibition Center of Otog in Erdos, China by Kuan Wang

 

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Exhibition Center of Otog in #Erdos #China 🇨🇳 by Kuan Wang. The goal of the Exhibition Center of Otog is to blend with the surrounding park and to become an integral part of it. The building houses four types of exhibition spaces, linked by the connecting systems. In fact, the idea behind the project is permeability and fusion of the different parts of the building and between interior and exterior. The façade varies due to the shading panels that change their tilt with the position of the sun. The roof is also designed as a continuously changing public square with a system of steps that act as both stairs and park, thanks to the green belt positioned on the edge. #exhibitioncenter #render #rendering #architecturerender #visualization #facades #architecturaldetails #digitaldesign #design #parametric #grasshopper3d #rhinoceros3d #parametricarchitecture #parametricdesign #parametricism #architecture #architect #archilovers #architectureporn #architecturephotography #mimar #mimarlik #arquitectura #building #architectural #amazingarchitecture #archilovers #architecturedesign

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12. White Forest Concept by Khoa Vu

 

11. The Wave by Henning Larsen Architects in Vejle, Denmark

 

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The Wave in #Vejle #Denmark designed by @henninglarsenarchitects is a new unique housing that embraces the sculptural and organic forms to become a new landmark for the city. It takes advantage of both its location and the views it offers, while equally challenging the existing architecture of the area and its program as a housing complex. The characteristic form and material of the housing allows it to be a constantly changing landscape element. During the day the white waves are reflected in the sea and at night the characteristic profile will look like illuminated multi-coloured mountains. It both mimics the landscape and sets itself apart by changing its appearance with the weather and time of day. 📸 by @derekchien #henninglarsen #danisharchitect #danisharchitecture #architecturelovers #archilovers #architectureporn #construction #architecture #civilengineering #architect #civilengineer #building #engineering #skyline #parametric #parametricdesign #parametricarchitecture #parametricism #parametricism2 #digitaldesign #design #awesomeshots #architecturephotography #amazingarchitecture #building

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10. Student works at Final Jury of Structures III at the Torcuato Di Tella University

 

9. Connected Small Cubes by Erik Aberg

 

8. 3d Printed Models by Visual CommunicationsSstudents (ARC1022) at the University of Toronto

 

7. “Drift” Sculpture by Matthias Pliessnig at the Renwick Gallery in Washington, USA

 

6. International Museum of Form and Design, Concept by John Demaio

 

5. Brick Curtain is a small office building by Firki Studio in Karnal, Haryana, India

 

4. 3DPprinted Concrete by Siam Research & Innovation Company (SRI)

 

3. Curving Birch Plywood Bench by Architecture Professor Robert Trempe

 

2. Bahá’í Temple by Hariri Pontarini Architects in Santiago, Chile, 2016

 

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Bahá’í Temple by @hariripontariniarchitects in #Santiago #Chile 2016. A temple of light expressing a faith of inclusion is poised to become an architectural landmark in Chile. Set within the Andean foothills just beyond the metropolis of Santiago, the complex- curved temple is designed by the distinguished Canadian architect Siamak Hariri as an invitation for spiritual contemplation and architectural pilgrimage. Images by: @asilvaf and Hariri Pontarini Architects. #temple #amazingarchitecture #awesomearchitecture #digitaldesign #design #designer #parametric #grasshopper3d #rhinoceros3d #parametricarchitecture #parametricdesign #parametricism #architecture #architect #archilovers #architectureporn #mimar #mimarlik #building #architecturedesign #architectural #civilengworld #civilengineering #civilengineer

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1. The “Baori” Project by Nuru Karim

 

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The “Baori” an algorithmic designed housing project by @nurukarim . Water Well is a work in progress exploring alternate housing models for agrarian societies in India. The project houses living spaces, farmer markets, animal husbandry, hydroponic systems, sustainable technologies. #india #housing #conceptdesign #digitaldesign #algorithms #design #designer #parametric #grasshopper3d #rhinoceros3d #parametricarchitecture #parametricdesign #parametricism #architecture #architect #archilovers #architectureporn #mimar #mimarlik #building #facade #facades #architecturedesign #architectural #civilengworld #civilengineering #civilengineer @tatahousing

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