Créez des maisons Statua - Regards d'anges. data.abuledu.org | Les ressources libres du projet AbulÉdu Disaster Resistance and Surrealism Make Strange Bedfellows - Architectural Craziness Insanity Thursday, March 13, 2014, by Spencer Peterson Photo via Design Boom Architecturally-leaning artist Dionisio González, a senior lecturer at the Universidad de Sevilla, has taken disaster resistance to a pretty weird place in a recent series. Setting his sights on Dauphin Island, Alabama, a small barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico that suffers from devastating hurricanes, González has designed a series of otherworldly homes for the locale that, per the project description, "give shape to new habitable structures in the vacuums in the perception of spaces that had previously been devastated." Inspired by Neolithic stilt houses, of all things—and from the look of the digital model above, a pile of rolled-up magazines recovered from a flooded basement—his approach is a rather... unconventional one for meeting the needs of a threatened community.
Fondation Le corbusier - FONDATION Plan du site Histoire Missions Rapport d'activité Statuts Membres Trouver des images sur le Web : moteurs de recherche, banques générales et thématiques Les moteurs traditionnels de recherche, comme Google, Bing, Yahoo ou Ask offrent la possibilité de rechercher des images, mais les droits liés à l’utilisation de ces dernières ne sont généralement pas précisés : droit de l’information, droit de l’image, droit à l’image... Des filtres par type de licence sont néanmoins parfois proposés, par exemple, par les deux outils précités, pour affiner les requêtes. Cela dit, cette option généralement disponible en recherche avancée est soit plus ou moins visible (Google> Recherche avancée d’images > droits d’usage ou Google Images > Outils de recherche > Droits d’usage), soit absente de certaines versions locales (filtrage par licence disponible dans la version américaine de Bing mais non proposé pour la déclinaison française). Par ailleurs, en dépit des différents filtres de protection appliqués, il n’est pas rare, pour une requête donnée, de voir s’afficher des images indésirables. AbulÉdu Data Fr Olivier Le Couls, Désert mauritanien Art4apps En
The 10 Best architecture blogs - House & Garden - IndyBest 2. Design Observer designobserver.com Below Design Observer's sometimes pompous blog titles ("The Shape of Green: aesthetic imperatives") is a well-stocked cellar of interesting information and original research. 3. bldgblog.blogspot.co.uk BLDG covers whatever it deems to be interesting. 4. house-design-architects.architectureforlondon.co.uk Written by architects, for architects. 5. contemporist.com This blog drip feeds at least one large picture of some far-out, or downright pretty, building each day. 6. eikongraphia.com This website is well rounded, in that it contains not only essay-like meditations and original interviews with architects and designers, but also lots of nice, big pictures. 7. archidose.blogspot.co.uk New York may not be the crucible of architectural innovation it once was, but there is still much to admire there. 8. aaschool.ac.uk This should appeal mainly to those with a more professional interest. 9. unhappyhipsters.com This is not just an architecture blog. 10.
Pixabay - Public Domain Images 50 Most Strange and Unusual Buildings arround the World The world is full of beautiful strange and fantastic buildings that are the examples of amazing architecture. Architecture Photography brings this beauty to the world, and for this reason, architectural photography is as thrilling as it is heartwarming. In this roundup, we have compiled an amazing collection of some bizarre yet interesting buildings that are reflected through architectural photography. Enjoy! The UFO house in Sanjhih The Device to Root Out Evil Krzywy Dom Dom postawiony na glowie Anomaly Stata Center Container City 2, Leamouth, London Strong Children’s Museum The Ufo House Dancing House Blur Building Frank O. Un museo del futuro Stone house Library Parking Garage United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel Wonderworks – Pigeon Forge, TN Dan and the house View of the Luxor from The Strip Updside Down Building: City Hall, Tempe AZ Solar Furnace at Odeillo Font-Romeu, France Cube Houses Erwin Wurm: House attack Chapel-in-the-Rock Atomium Expo Zaragoza 2008, Pabellón de Aragón Eden Le Futuroscope
Architecture for Humanity 50 Strange Buildings of the World This is the original list of 50 strange buildings which has been and is being copied (stolen) by many bloggers. If you wish to post it on your blog or website, feel free to use up to 20 buildings from this list and give a proper link to our website ( as the source article. Ok, now enjoy this weird, odd, bizarre and incredible looking arcitechture! After reading it, don’t forget to check Part II and Part III. 1. Construction of the building started in in January 2003 and in December 2003 it was finished. Image via: brocha 2. The Hundertwasser house “Waldspirale” (”Forest Spiral”) was built in Darmstadt between 1998 and 2000. The structure with 105 apartments wraps around a landscaped courtyard with a running stream. Image via: Kikos Dad 3. Image via: manuelfloresv 4. Image via: Mélisande* 5. The Longaberger Basket Company building in Newark, Ohio might just be a strangest office building in the world. Image via: addicted Eyes 6. Image via: jonathan_moreau 7.
6 Fascinating Underground Homes That Go Above and Beyond When it comes to cool eco architecture, some people feel like the higher up you build, the better. But don't forget to look down once in a while! There are some astonishing examples of naturally sustainable construction right under your nose - hidden underneath the ground. Come with us as we explore six fascinating examples of buried homes that you may have overlooked the first time around. Unlike other homes whose goal in life is to stick out like a sore thumb (read: that guy on your block who strings up enough holiday lights to cause a neighborhood blackout), this clever dwelling was made specifically so that it would blend in perfectly with the breathtaking landscape in Vals, Switzerland. If new construction isn’t really your thang, how about really, really old construction? Peeking out from underneath bumpy layers of greenery, this amazing abode looks more like something out of a fairy tale than real life.