Interiors is a film and architecture journal in which films are analyzed and diagrammed in terms of space. Interiors presents a discussion about films in terms of architectural space, focusing on the use of space in cinema.
Renato Nicolodi is a Belgian artist who constructs paradoxical monuments, works not intended to commemorate an event or a person, but built only for the sake of themselves. Apart from realized concrete sculptures, the artist is working on a series of rendering and models to move on to the scale of the architectural space: these series look for a timeless aesthetics and appear as a question: freed from content and function, what does a space look like? To answer that, the artist integrates a multiplicity of visual references from the past, from classical to modern examples, striving to get to the purity of forms, the mathematical precision, the monumental scale.
In English- Crown Prince Frederik giving a tour to a CNN reporter of his and Mary’s newly renovated home in Amalienborg palace
Times Square bitches
I re-blog this to honor Chip Delany’s book Times Square Red, Times Square Blue, an exploration and critique of the city-led gentrification of Times Square in recent decades.
Dom Bosco Sanctuary, Brasilia, Carlos Alberto Naves, 1963.
Stained glass by Hubert Van Doorne. View this on the map
This 100ft (30 meters) water tower located in the small Belgian village of Steenokkerzeel was originally built between 1938 and 1941. It stood abandoned for a couple decades until some local business dude hired Patrick Mets, Brussels based architecture firm Bham Design Studio, in 2007 to convert the former water tower into a home tower.
Reblogging for that cat door :)