vivipiuomeno1: sunjongpyo: wade guyton Wade Guyton (born 1972) post-conceptual American artist

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watershedplus: The Los Angeles Aqueduct Cascades in Sylmar, California. The aqueducts bring water 223 miles from the Owens River in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains, and 137 miles from the Haiwee Reservoir, and are a major source of water for Los Angeles. From herePicture: Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

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fuckyeahbrutalism: First Prize Competition Entry, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, D.C., 1961 (William F. Pederson & Bradford S. Tilney)

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archatlas: Bologna Shoah Memorial SET The Shoah was not the experience of a single person but of a community who suffered a common injustice. The aim of the project is to give to Bologna a recognizable monument as a unique and a new reference for the historical center. A landmark that will highlight the skyline of the city and allow people to evoke the memory of the past in the remembrance of those who have suffered horrible events. This way, the structure of the wooden bunks in the concentra...

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From “Desertmed”, a project which aims to document the desert islands of the Mediterranean Sea, most of them used as prisons when they were inhabited.

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archimaps: Model for a transit hub on the projected Lower Manhattan Expressway, New York Now, which vibrant neighborhood would this be?

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October 11, 2015 XO by @cindyvandyck

a-gathering: Andreas Angelidakis, Your Constructions are a Gamble (Tweaked Archive from Architektoniki Magazine 1960’s), 2012, a gathering, courtesy GloriaMaria Gallery, Milano, Kolonaki.

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November 24, 2017

keith arnatt - rejected proposal for the peter stuyvesant city sculpture project, cardiff city, 1972

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July 23, 2017

bluecote: thorn house, london. thorn electrical industries headquarters & showroom. basil spence & partners, 1959. a+b news 9/59

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László Moholy-Nagy Hungarian (Bacsborsod, Hungary 1895 – 1946 Chicago, Ill., USA) Untitled, c. 1922-1923 Drawing German, 20th century Graphite, gouache, and collage on paper 67 x 52 cm

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centuryofthechild: Laura Kriesch. Child’s embroidered bodice. 1903 The radical socialism that informed the Gödöllő artists’ pronouncements on modern design was also reflected in their unconventional dress and lifestyle, which included vegetarianism, nude bathing, and sleeping outdoors. Artistic dress in Budapest, as in other progressive centers, was designed to allow for freedom of movement, liberating young bodies from the tyranny of tight-fitting, elaborately tailored clothes. This bodice was...

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June 5, 2017

sketchfan: Designer:    Max LambProject:    Scrap Poly PastelExhibited:    London, UKProject Year:    2014

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Dunelm House (alongside Kingsgate Bridge), Durham University, Durham, England (circa 1966) Designed by the Architects Co-Partnership, Dunelm House formed the final phase of the postwar expansion of Durham University, providing club accommodation for staff and students. The structure is essentially a series of in-situ reinforced concrete boxes tucked into the hillside, with the boxes at the top resting on bedrock and the boxes to the bottom being constructed on piles. It makes extensive use of fo...

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albert frey with a lawrencekocher - upper floor apartment, kocher-samson building, palm springs, california 1934-35

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