‘Garden shed’ by Jem Finer at the Tatton Park Biennale, 2014.

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August 19, 2014 Emblems of Modernity

Portales Neighborhood Unit, Santiago, Chile, 1964(Carlos Bresciani, Hector Valdés, Fernando Castillo & Carlos Garcia Huidobro)

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NASA spacecraft Cassini looks back at Saturn after its second pass through the gap between the planet and its rings.

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#photography, #space, #travel, #discovery

March 31, 2017
December 15, 2015 dyntr: 11.12.15 | TCR.

Chemistry-Physics Institute and University Bookstore, University of Guelph, Ontario, 1972(Craig, Ziedler & Strong)

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Aerial view of Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne, Switzerland (circa 1955). Despite what the name suggests, this was not built as an official Olympic stadium, although the International Olympic Committee is headquartered in Lausanne. The stadium was built from 1950 till 1952 to the design by Charles F. Thevenaz, taking full advantage of the picturesque setting next to Lake Geneva.

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#stade_olympique_de_la_pontaise, #lausanne, #switzerland, #stadium, #fc_lausanne_sport, #arena

“… if someone who has a valid point of view wants to give it an audience, he has no choice but to start a magazine.”- Eno DailorOn Pamphlet Architecture 1-10 [1998] More at Arch Daily on the review of San Rocco ISLANDS

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#sanrocco, #post, #publishing

January 27, 2018

“Terra Incognita” The New City Reader [Istanbul edition] issue #03 on the streets now. “Terra Incognita” is a game to cipher and decipher the city [edited by demilit]. You can start an infinite geographical puzzle on the new city reader. 

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Клуб союза коммунальников имени С.М. Зуева. Архитектор Голосов И.А. Фото 1929 года

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Ellicott Complex, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York, 1969-73(Davis Brody & Associates)

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blakegopnik: Daily Pic: Elias Goldensky’s “Portrait of Three Women,” shot in around 1915,  from the George Eastman House collection and now in the “Truth/Beauty” show, soon closing at the Phillips Collection in Washington. (Click on the image to enlarge it.) One of the stranger, more poignant aspects of the exhibition is how many beautiful women it presents to us - and how hard it is for us to recognize their gorgeousness, a century later. Someday, Kate Moss and Tilda Swinton will also be unrec...

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“Inevitably, every act of memory carries with it a dimension of betrayal, forgetting, and absence.”—Andreas Huyssen From Hotel Concordia. Don’t Let Your Dreams Sink.

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#dpr_barcelona, #competitions

archiveofaffinities: Sign Posted Outside Philip Johnson’s Glass House, New Canaan, Connecticut, 1949 Too obvious.

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Art & Architecture Building (Rudolph Hall), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1963(Paul Rudolph)

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February 1, 2013 Alert

Robert Smithson, construction works Broken Circle/Spiral Hill, 1971, unknown photographer © 2012 Estate of Robert Smithson / VG  Bild-Kunst, Bonn / VAGA, New York / courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New  York/Shanghai. More info: Robert Smithson. The Invention of Landscape

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#landscape_architecture, #robert_smithson

July 22, 2015

Earliest Land-Art: Herbert Bayer and Fritz Benedict’s Green Mound and Marble Garden (1954-1955)

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