4 weeks ago 4 notes

sperrault:

Puente Peatonal / Miró Rivera Architects, Austin, TX, USA

1 month ago 5 notes

jonasgrossmann:

lothar götz… tankstelle, fulda 1951
@ lothar-goetz-architekt

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1 month ago 220 notes

humanscalecities:

We Own The City – Enabling Community Practice in Architecture and Urban Planning

1 month ago 98 notes

Buildings in the Netherlands by year of construction

9 months ago

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1 year ago

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1 year ago 1 note

enochliew:

Casa in Una Pineta by Massimo Fiorido Associati + Sundaymorning

Renovation of a single-storey residence first constructed in the 1960s on a sandy site that is closely surrounded by pine trees.

1 year ago 418 notes

Architizer Blog » Float Away On Olivier Grossetete’s Dreamy Balloon Bridge

1 year ago

cabinporn:

A salvaged window house in Christiania, Denmark.

From Tiny House Blog:

A town within a city, a rebel neighborhood within a well-ordered society. This is Christiania (Freetown), Denmark, a small community smack dab in the middle of Copenhagen, Denmark. Within this community are tiny houses, built by hand and with whatever materials are within reach. Christiania began in 1971 as an occupation of disused army barracks in the southern portion of Copenhagen near a lake. The 900 or so freethinking individuals who inhabit the area are a self governing community who refuse to pay taxes to the Danish government, run their own businesses and schools, live without cars on unpaved roads, build their own houses, restaurants and civil buildings and even have their own currency.

1 year ago 3,868 notes

jennilee:

ekkehard altenburger  - mirrorhouse (1996)

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1 year ago 4,073 notes

lifebetweenbuildings:

Section 2 of the High Line

1 year ago 37 notes

(via Medici by Mattiazzi, design at STYLEPARK)

2 years ago

newsweek:

What’s this? 

Each philosopher is a node in the network and the lines between them (or edges in the terminology of graph theory) represents lines of influence. The node and text are sized according to the number of connections. The algorithm that visualises the graph also tends to put the better connected nodes in the centre of the diagram so we get the most influential philosophers, in large text, clustered in the centre.

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2 years ago 680 notes

(via Invisible Bridge by Scapelab « Landezine | Landscape Architecture Works)

2 years ago