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architizer:

These are some of our favorite bizarre hybrids, naked buildings, and uncomfortable situations caused by the construction process. The ones above belong to Calatrava and Gehry. Read more

abandonedography:

Abandoned shopping center in Lyon, France - Wim Koopman

abandonedography:

Abandoned shopping center in Lyon, France - Wim Koopman

archatlas:

Interiors

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.

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ryanpanos:

Paradoxical Monuments | Renato Nicolodi | Socks Studio

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.

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architizer:

Happy 113th Birthday to Louis Khan! Sincerely, Architizer

architizer:

Happy 113th Birthday to Louis Khan! Sincerely, Architizer

royaltyspeaking:

In English- Crown Prince Frederik giving a tour to a CNN reporter of his and Mary’s newly renovated home in Amalienborg palace 

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samueldelany:

jakexp:

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.

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architectureofdoom:

Dom Bosco Sanctuary, Brasilia, Carlos Alberto Naves, 1963.
Stained glass by Hubert Van Doorne. View this on the map

architectureofdoom:

Dom Bosco Sanctuary, Brasilia, Carlos Alberto Naves, 1963.

Stained glass by Hubert Van Doorne. View this on the map

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