Marc Wilson photographs remnants of war in The Last Stand Photo essay: British photographer Marc Wilson has spent four years documenting the physical traces of the second world war on the coastlines of the British Isles and northern Europe (+ slideshow). In his book, entitled The Last Stand, Wilson presents 86 photographs taken between 2010 and 2014 that show how military ruins have become embedded into the landscape, yet still serve as relics of historic events. "Some of these locations are no longer in sight, either subsumed or submerged by the changing sands and waters or by more human intervention. At the same time others have re-emerged from their shrouds," said the photographer. Wilson travelled 23,000 miles to capture these images, including along the coastlines of the UK, the Channel Islands, France, Denmark, Belgium and Norway. War is a brute, and its brutality unleashes energies that are at once startling and terrifying. Wilson's photographs depict these ruins as mellowed through the passage of the years.
Home - Curious Prints There's something about science prints that are just so cool. Perhaps that's why I was instantly intrigued when I saw the work and findings of Katie Maye of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. What I really like about her prints, besides their fabulous vintage quality, is how big they are. It's often hard to figure out how to decorate a large wall space, especially for all my male bachelor friends, and one big sized print like this can say so much. All you need to do is find a worn and faded wooden frame at a thrift store or yard sale and you've beaten Anthropologie at their own game... I really love her vintage anatomy prints which come from a salvaged textbook from the 1500's. This butterfly and grasshopper print is particularly stunning. 11 x 14 in size, it is a reproduction of an old science plate. There are dozens more to peruse on Katie's site, which include vintage ads, comics and circus images. Photos: Curious Prints Content: Sweet Peach
Modernismo africano Quando molti dei paesi dell’Africa Centrale e Sub-Sahariana hanno guadagnato la loro indipendenza negli anni Sessanta, l’architettura sperimentale e futuristica è diventata un importante mezzo usato dalle giovani nazioni per esprimere le loro identità nazionali. La mostra del Vitra Design Museum è una delle prime presentazioni di questo straordinario periodo della storia dell’architettura più recente. Questa mostra è stata curata dall’architetto Manuel Herz, con un importante contributo di Iwan Baan. In apertura: Public Works Departments, Independence Arch, Accra (Ghana), 1962. La mostra documenta più di 80 edifici in cinque paesi: Kenya, Costa d’Avorio, Zambia, Ghana e Senegal. Sulla base di questi progetti, la mostra traccia il rapporto tra la produzione architettonica dei paesi e i loro processi di costruzione di una nazione. La mostra è accompagnata da un libro di 700 pagine, pubblicato in inglese da Park Books, Zurigo. Rinaldo Olivieri, La Pyramide, Abidjan (Costa d’Avorio), 1973.
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untitled untitled untitled House in Fukawa by Suppose Design Office This house in Hiroshima city by Japanese firm Suppose Design Office has a central staircase branching into wooden volumes that create a series of rooms and platforms. Called House in Fukawa, the project aims to make the property feel larger by obscuring views of its boundaries, giving the impression that the maze of doorways, platforms, enclosed rooms and overhangs might continue on and on. See all our stories about Suppose Design Office »See more stories about houses » The information that follows is from Suppose Design Office: House in Fukawa The house is placed at suburbs in Hiroshima, and designed for 4 members of a family with two kids. Because there are a lot of traffics around the area, we considered the house, which is closed from outside as much as possible but still keep its space open without any pressure of the separation from the outside. People can feel a place bigger more and more if they could not figure out the size of it, such as the sky and the ocean. Ground floor: See also:
崩潰先生 - LINE 個人原創貼圖 Jassylu 崩潰先生 無使用效期限制 贈送禮物購買 相似的貼圖 Right 別緊張，你那不是崩潰。 系統環境 | iOS、Android版LINE3.1.1、NOKIA Asha版LINE1.7.20、BlackBerry版NE1.10、Windows Phone版LINE2.7以上、FireFox版LINE1.1.4以上 Copyright©Jassylu studio LINE Store 上LINE STORE買道具，讓您的LINE生活更方便！ MUSEUM OF POLISH HISTORY - IwamotoScott MUSEUM OF POLISH HISTORY International Open Design Competition, Warsaw, Poland, 2009. Major objectives of our design are: to respectfully respond to the project context; to positively transform the negative space formed by Trasa Lazienkowska; and to offer to the visitors of the Museum of Polish History a contemporary architectural experience within a timeless housing for the artifacts and events of Polish culture -- an experience that acknowledges and respects the history of the site and the Polish nation. A key challenge of the architecture of the Museum is to look forward and to acknowledge history as a dynamic, ongoing process, while also adapting to the richness, complexity and specificity of the project site. Our design proposal addresses the following questions: What if the Museum visitor were able to perceive the relative position of Warsaw vis-a-vis the shifting Space-Time volumetric condition of the Heart Space?
wallpaper Architecture of Doom Hallgate, Blackheath (1960) by Eric Lyons & PartnersOne of many Eric Lyons designed schemes in Blackheath, Hallgate is situated on the former Cator estate, which was created by John Cator in the 19th Century. Like most of the others, this SPAN estate of 26 flats is arranged around landscaped gardens, and features a sculpture called “The Architect in Society” by Keith Godwin. Image from RIBApixA Guide to Modernism in Metro-Land life as a moodboard: Varming House by Eva and Nils Koppel I first saw the Varming House on a Danish TV program about "Unique Nordic Houses" (that's the name of the program in Danish - "Enestående Nordiske Huse") and felt drawn to it immediately. Maybe because it reminded me so much of the best architecture that was also being done in Portugal in the mid-century (the name Fernando Távora and his house in Ofir came to my mind). I then decided to go on the internet and try to find some more information about this house. The Varming house was designed by the Danish architects Eva and Nils Koppel in 1952. I see it as one of those "little pearls" of architecture that came after the most radical phase of the Modern Movement, when, in a period of doubt, reflection and critic about a "universal model", architects all over Europe began searching for a harmonious coexistence of the most fundamental values of modernism and vernacular, while simultaneously, considering the new notions of family and dwelling.
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