A Designed World: Decorative Ventilation Blocks by Students at the National Institute of Singapore

Posted on Apr 6, 2013

Block Party
Promila Shastri, 2modern.com

If the term ventilation block doesn’t get thrown around much in contemporary architecture, blame technology. An important feature in eastern architecture, ventilation blocks—those prefabricated, decorative concrete modules we’ve all seen in…

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Decorative Ventilation Blocks by Students at the National Institute of Singapore
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