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Read moreRTE’s design team recently had a chat with a couple of the designers behind some of the coolest designs in the world.
They spoke about the inspiration behind their designs and how the hoodies have changed over time.
Here are some of their thoughts.1.
The “Brick” design2.
The Retro “Pretzel” design3.
The New York City skyline4.
The London skyline5.
The Paris skylineThe “Bricks” design by the Dutch artist Nieuw Amsterdam has gained a cult following on Instagram since it was launched in August last year.
The concept is to make a piece of architecture out of bricks.
The design incorporates some elements from the streetscape and the street itself.
The inspiration is that it is possible to take an idea that you are familiar with and create something entirely new.
The retro design by Nieuws Amsterdam is designed with a focus on sustainability and the future of architecture.
Its a nod to the city’s history, where bricks have been used for centuries to build bridges, pavements, and many other structures.
“Bricks are an important part of our architectural heritage.
We use them to make architectural structures more sustainable and beautiful.
They are also very important to us as people and we hope that this retro style can be an inspiration for all those who are interested in creating an iconic urban design,” says Nieuwe Amsterdam.
Nieuws said he started his design project on the back of his own experiences with bricks as an architect, which led him to a passion for the design.
“When I was younger, I wanted to build something from scratch but my friends were telling me that I should try to get something out of the bricks and make something out with concrete and cement.
So, I decided to make something that is both beautiful and sustainable.””
I always wanted to create something that could be made from nothing and could not be made of anything,” he continued.
“It has to have something that you could touch and feel and you could breathe and I wanted that.
And I wanted something that had a feeling.”
As for how he got started, Nieuwu said he had been building with bricks for several years, starting in Amsterdam.
He started by building a house using old blocks that were reused from previous homes.
“But then I noticed the design was very cool and so I decided that I would try to create an alternative that would be better suited for this particular situation,” he said.
“The bricks were used for the windows of the house and the roof.”
Nieuw said the inspiration for his project came from the architecture of New York.
“New York is one of the few places where you can build something that looks like a brick and is not a brick at all.
And there are no other places in the city that have this kind of architecture,” he explained.”
The New York skyline is actually made of bricks and I think it was really interesting that the sky is made of blocks, because that’s what they’re used for,” he added.
“So I thought, if I make a city out of blocks and put it up against a brick, I can create a totally different kind of skyline.”
The Retro “Brisbane” design, designed by Italian architect Antonio De Sisti, combines a futuristic design with a retro look.
Its an attempt to give back to the Brisbane area by highlighting the city and its iconic buildings.
“I wanted to use this kind to make the city a better place to live,” said De Sista.
“We need to create a better world for our future generations and the Brisbane is the ideal place to do it.”
The retro style by De Sisi is inspired by the city, and uses elements of architectural history, like the Brisbane Harbour Bridge, to create the futuristic look.
“Its kind of a homage to the architecture in Brisbane, where everything is made out of steel and bricks and it’s very modern,” De Sismo explained.
De Sisi said he wanted to design the Brisbane City Council to be a better city and that the retro style has the potential to make it a more sustainable city.
“If I make Brisbane a better environment, then the Brisbane can become a better City Council and I can work with the local communities to help create a city that is a better and more sustainable place for everybody,” he noted.
De Souza’s Retro “Lisbon” design is a nod and homage to some of history’s most famous landmarks, like Palazzo di Roma and Museo di Tivoli.
The architectural motifs on the hoods are also inspired by Italy’s most iconic city, Milan.
“Lines are curved and it has this Italian feeling to it,” said Lisboa De Souza.
“This idea of curves is something that I’ve always liked.