sub-liminal
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all-thats-interesting:

A Study Of Polyhedrons, In GIF Format
I know how much you guys like minimalist GIFs of geometry. So here’s some more. Source:geometricfreedom on Tumblr
all-thats-interesting:

A Study Of Polyhedrons, In GIF Format
I know how much you guys like minimalist GIFs of geometry. So here’s some more. Source:geometricfreedom on Tumblr
all-thats-interesting:

A Study Of Polyhedrons, In GIF Format
I know how much you guys like minimalist GIFs of geometry. So here’s some more. Source:geometricfreedom on Tumblr
all-thats-interesting:

A Study Of Polyhedrons, In GIF Format
I know how much you guys like minimalist GIFs of geometry. So here’s some more. Source:geometricfreedom on Tumblr
all-thats-interesting:

A Study Of Polyhedrons, In GIF Format
I know how much you guys like minimalist GIFs of geometry. So here’s some more. Source:geometricfreedom on Tumblr
all-thats-interesting:

A Study Of Polyhedrons, In GIF Format
I know how much you guys like minimalist GIFs of geometry. So here’s some more. Source:geometricfreedom on Tumblr
all-thats-interesting:

A Study Of Polyhedrons, In GIF Format
I know how much you guys like minimalist GIFs of geometry. So here’s some more. Source:geometricfreedom on Tumblr
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ummhello:

An Ode to the Marcel Breuer designed Whitney Museum of American Art
ummhello:

An Ode to the Marcel Breuer designed Whitney Museum of American Art
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An Ode to the Marcel Breuer designed Whitney Museum of American Art
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subtilitas:

Barge Bouza Arquitectos - Mandaean Ethnographic Center, Curtis 2013. Scans via, photos (C) Héctor Santos-Díez.
 
subtilitas:

Barge Bouza Arquitectos - Mandaean Ethnographic Center, Curtis 2013. Scans via, photos (C) Héctor Santos-Díez.
 
subtilitas:

Barge Bouza Arquitectos - Mandaean Ethnographic Center, Curtis 2013. Scans via, photos (C) Héctor Santos-Díez.
 
subtilitas:

Barge Bouza Arquitectos - Mandaean Ethnographic Center, Curtis 2013. Scans via, photos (C) Héctor Santos-Díez.
 
subtilitas:

Barge Bouza Arquitectos - Mandaean Ethnographic Center, Curtis 2013. Scans via, photos (C) Héctor Santos-Díez.
 
subtilitas:

Barge Bouza Arquitectos - Mandaean Ethnographic Center, Curtis 2013. Scans via, photos (C) Héctor Santos-Díez.
 
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nevver:

Banksy in NY
nevver:

Banksy in NY
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Banksy in NY
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nevver:

“He is always on the brink of suicide … because he seeks salvation through the routine formulas suggested to him by the society in which he lives.” — Umberto Eco on Charlie Brown
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homedesigning:

(via Compact Modern House Made from Affordable Materials)
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everydayhybridity:

Urban Renewal and Play Spaces - Skatepark in Cape Town

In April this year, the international PLAYscapes competition sought to find which world city is the most fun – London, New York City, Buenos Aires, Bangkok, Moscow, or Cape Town. To answer the question, they asked professional and student architects as well as designers from cities around the world to propose ideas which encouraged public interaction and turned redundant city spaces into fun creative places or transformed a neglected forgotten part of the city into a fun ‘playscape’. The competition aimed to encourage and reward design excellence at a small scale which integrates function, structure, details and the needs of those living in urban areas. Over 500 registered entrants took part and the jury panel included representatives from Building Trust International, Project for Public Spaces, BMW Guggenheim Lab, Landscape Architects Network, 3Space, Neon Stash, Land8 as well as academics and professionals from the fields of architecture and landscape design.

The City of Cape Town proudly submitted the Gardens Skate Park design to the competition in order to show how creatively we can transform negative space in our city into a fun place with opportunities for interaction and play.

Follow the link
everydayhybridity:

Urban Renewal and Play Spaces - Skatepark in Cape Town

In April this year, the international PLAYscapes competition sought to find which world city is the most fun – London, New York City, Buenos Aires, Bangkok, Moscow, or Cape Town. To answer the question, they asked professional and student architects as well as designers from cities around the world to propose ideas which encouraged public interaction and turned redundant city spaces into fun creative places or transformed a neglected forgotten part of the city into a fun ‘playscape’. The competition aimed to encourage and reward design excellence at a small scale which integrates function, structure, details and the needs of those living in urban areas. Over 500 registered entrants took part and the jury panel included representatives from Building Trust International, Project for Public Spaces, BMW Guggenheim Lab, Landscape Architects Network, 3Space, Neon Stash, Land8 as well as academics and professionals from the fields of architecture and landscape design.

The City of Cape Town proudly submitted the Gardens Skate Park design to the competition in order to show how creatively we can transform negative space in our city into a fun place with opportunities for interaction and play.

Follow the link
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ummhello:

Bernd and Hilla Becher
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Bernd and Hilla Becher
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Bernd and Hilla Becher
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Bernd and Hilla Becher
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Bernd and Hilla Becher
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Bernd and Hilla Becher
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Bernd and Hilla Becher
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likeafieldmouse:

John Singer Sargent - The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit (1882)
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experimentsinmotion:

Found Typologies: Bernd and Hilla Becher’s Photographs of Industrial Architecture
German conceptual artists Bernhard “Bernd” Becher and Hilla Becher, who worked together as a collaborative duo, are perhaps best known for their extensive series of photographic images of industrial buildings and structures. The images were often organized in grids according to a particular “typology,” such as water towers, grain elevators, coke ovens, and warehouses. In displaying what might typically be considered “banal” or lacking in design, the Becher’s elevated industrial architecture to subject worthy of formal aesthetic and artistic consideration. The photographs also bring light to an architectural ecosystem based on the production and transformation of energy that is paradoxically both hidden and ubiquitous. The Bechers would go on to influence generations of documentary photographers and artists as the founders of what has come to be known as the ‘Becher school.’
experimentsinmotion:

Found Typologies: Bernd and Hilla Becher’s Photographs of Industrial Architecture
German conceptual artists Bernhard “Bernd” Becher and Hilla Becher, who worked together as a collaborative duo, are perhaps best known for their extensive series of photographic images of industrial buildings and structures. The images were often organized in grids according to a particular “typology,” such as water towers, grain elevators, coke ovens, and warehouses. In displaying what might typically be considered “banal” or lacking in design, the Becher’s elevated industrial architecture to subject worthy of formal aesthetic and artistic consideration. The photographs also bring light to an architectural ecosystem based on the production and transformation of energy that is paradoxically both hidden and ubiquitous. The Bechers would go on to influence generations of documentary photographers and artists as the founders of what has come to be known as the ‘Becher school.’
experimentsinmotion:

Found Typologies: Bernd and Hilla Becher’s Photographs of Industrial Architecture
German conceptual artists Bernhard “Bernd” Becher and Hilla Becher, who worked together as a collaborative duo, are perhaps best known for their extensive series of photographic images of industrial buildings and structures. The images were often organized in grids according to a particular “typology,” such as water towers, grain elevators, coke ovens, and warehouses. In displaying what might typically be considered “banal” or lacking in design, the Becher’s elevated industrial architecture to subject worthy of formal aesthetic and artistic consideration. The photographs also bring light to an architectural ecosystem based on the production and transformation of energy that is paradoxically both hidden and ubiquitous. The Bechers would go on to influence generations of documentary photographers and artists as the founders of what has come to be known as the ‘Becher school.’
experimentsinmotion:

Found Typologies: Bernd and Hilla Becher’s Photographs of Industrial Architecture
German conceptual artists Bernhard “Bernd” Becher and Hilla Becher, who worked together as a collaborative duo, are perhaps best known for their extensive series of photographic images of industrial buildings and structures. The images were often organized in grids according to a particular “typology,” such as water towers, grain elevators, coke ovens, and warehouses. In displaying what might typically be considered “banal” or lacking in design, the Becher’s elevated industrial architecture to subject worthy of formal aesthetic and artistic consideration. The photographs also bring light to an architectural ecosystem based on the production and transformation of energy that is paradoxically both hidden and ubiquitous. The Bechers would go on to influence generations of documentary photographers and artists as the founders of what has come to be known as the ‘Becher school.’
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nevver:

Hang on to yourself
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nevver:

Time lapse, Panama Canal
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nevver:

Journey to the Center of the Earth
nevver:

Journey to the Center of the Earth
nevver:

Journey to the Center of the Earth