archimaps: The Civic Center of Satu Mare, Romania

architecture

August 1, 2017
March 18, 2012 idealizedyou: Celine

wmud: dragiša brašovan - serbian, croatian and slovene pavilion, barcelona international exposition, 1929

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I’ll only crosspost once: I started #picframeaday earlier this month, and I am collecting them all on my other Tumblr alexandralange.tumblr.com. Will also be posting daily on Twitter and Instagram. This was Sunday, May 16, visiting uptown.

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September 17, 2015 waffleslabs: waffle slab

When you already ordered on Amazon, but then you see it in a bookstore, and you just buy it again. #extrastatecraft #overspending #easterling (at Het Nieuwe Instituut)

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postindica: (top) Ettore Sottsass, Ashoka Lamp, for Memphis, 1981 (source) The lamp was named for an Indian emperor of the Mauryan dynasty, Ashoka (ca. 304-232 BC), known for renouncing all violence and converting to Buddhism. He was also responsible for the first Buddhist missions to Southeast Asia. He commissioned the Great Stupa at Sanchi, (above) in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India, in the 3rd century BC. It is one of the country’s most well-known Buddhist monuments.

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October 12, 2017
March 27, 2012
February 2, 2012 penabranca: ᐤ✴ᐤ

fuckyeahbrutalism: Extension, Louis Leitz Works, Stuttgart, Germany, 1962-67 (Hans C. Müller, Georg Heinrichs) Why does this remind me so strongly of the Gwathmey beach houses?

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‘In pre-modern epochs, renewal of practice was always initiated by looking backwards, as a return to the fundamentals. The cult of the new/young first came with modernity. Are young offices still obsessed with the ideas of idols, former employers and teachers? Or are young practices in architecture today considered to be especially innovative? Are they generating new knowledge or just recycling winning formulas? If truly innovative new practices still exist, from what fields of knowledge do th...

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July 21, 2017

socks-studio: Haus Rucker co. Palmtree Island (Oasis) Project, New York, New York Perspective. 1971. Cut-and-pasted printed paper with gouache and graphite and cut-and-pasted painted paper on silver gelatin photograph on board, 19 3/4 x 29 5/8” (50.2 x 75.2 cm). Image courtest of The Museum of Modern Art architectural-review

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