architecture

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June 9, 2015

A fortification wall stood guard outside the Archaeological Museum, but the Enemy never showed up. A Rock and a Hard Place, 3rd Thessaloniki Biennial http://alturl.com/w26wc

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walterdemaria-blog-blog: Chichu Art Museum I really love the visual suspense created by having this sphere perched at the edge of these stairs. Once again an otherwise mundane object is transformed not only by its size but the way it interacts with its surrounding environment.

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#walter_de_maria, #chichu, #chichuartmuseum, #sculpture, #architecture, #inspiration, #pinkfrequency

HORIZONTAL PILES From Left to Right: Chris Burden with Nancy Rubins, A Monument to Megalopolises Past and Future, 1987 / David Michaels, United States Design Patent, 507,058, Design for a Building, 2004-2005 Eduardo Paolozzi, Thunder and Lighting, Flies and Jack Kennedy, 1971-1975 / Hans Haacker, Beach Pollution, Six Hundred Feet of Beach Cleared of Debris, Carboneras, Spain, 1970 

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#architecture, #form, #pile, #horizontal_piles, #chris_burden, #nancy_rubins, #sculpture, #art, #a_monument_to_megalopolises_past_and_future, #david_michaels, #united_stat

Interbau Project 20, Berlin, Germany (circa 1958). Designed by French architects Raymond Lopez and Eugene Beaudouin, Project 20 is a 16 storey point block. It is planned on a north-south axis, with flats on each floor separated into two parallel banks, with 3 flats in each. The lift and landing area separates them. In a single bank, the central flat is half a landing lower than the flats beside it. The higher flats are accessed by an additional small set of stairs. The structure is an in-situ re...

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October 26, 2015 archatlas: batjorge
May 31, 2017
November 13, 2017

onsomething: onsomething Paul de Ruiter | Villa Kogelhof, 2006-13 Kamperland Photo by Jeroen Musch

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October 12, 2015 Artist by @lyloutte
February 5, 2014 In transit, Cambridge.
December 23, 2015

skibinskipedia: skibinskipedia: Bucky Fuller and Isamu Noguchi: Story of a Friendship: Shoji Sadao, director of the Noguchi Museum, relates the dynamics of a friendship based on a shared fascination with technology and the possibility of a utopian world. This entire piece, and its accompanying images, are well-worth a click-through to Domus for a read. [Image: Isamu Noguchi, Akari light sculpture display in Japan, 1970. Photograph by Michio Noguchi, courtesy of Estate of R. Buckminster Fulle...

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#art, #sculpture, #lights, #lighting, #isamu_noguchi, #buckminster_fuller, #technology, #utopia

archimaps: The Pump Rooms and Cathedral, Bath Must go to Bath. How can I call myself an Austenite if I haven’t been?

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architectural-review: ‘Favelização’ imagines Rio de Janeiro under a future government elimination strategy which barricades the favelised regions from expansion and destroys all electricity networks that enter the shanty towns. 

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January 15, 2018