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uncube:

La Tallera de Siqueiros by Frida Escobedo, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico
Source: uncube magazine, uncu.be/qzOzeB

ap-architecturememories:

Hôtel Molitor, Paris, France

(Source: daaamn.com, via archoftheworld)

spatula:

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gasoline-station:

Lisbon, Portugal 2013
by Miri Berlin

gasoline-station:

Lisbon, Portugal 2013

by Miri Berlin

(Source: miriberlin, via archilist)

ppmj:

Colourful tiled floors in the Salzburger Nachrichten newspaper by Italian architect Gio Ponti.

ppmj:

Colourful tiled floors in the Salzburger Nachrichten newspaper by Italian architect Gio Ponti.

(via architecturehall)

architags:

Binh Thanh House. Vo Trong Nghia Architects & Sanuki & Nishizawa architects. Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnam. images source (c) Hiroyuki Oki

Archdaily building of the Year :

The house is composed of two different spaces positioned alternately. Spaces for modern lifestyle are allocated in three floating volumes wrapped by concrete pattern blocks. And the spaces between these three volumes are widely open to the exterior and allocated for the natural lifestyle where the residents enjoy wind, sunlight, green and water. (archdaily)

(via zly393)

z-x-y:

trevorpatt

Loving those connections. I wish more architects designed in wood.

(via lucassupertramp)

instagrafite:

Work by @cyrcle at @muralfestival • Montreal , Canada

instagrafite:

Work by @cyrcle at @muralfestival • Montreal , Canada

Lombard Street
San Francisco, CA
7/5/13 

(Source: darthlader, via alwaysinstudio)

fischkombinat:

Ruin of the socialist classicism “Kulturhaus” a former theatre built in the 1950ies in the socialist time in Zinnowitz. I always think the skewed “L” let’s this building appear as some piece of art still: like a reminder that the system-change of 1989 brought dramatic effects with it - for public founded culture for example.

fischkombinat:

Ruin of the socialist classicism “Kulturhaus” a former theatre built in the 1950ies in the socialist time in Zinnowitz. I always think the skewed “L” let’s this building appear as some piece of art still: like a reminder that the system-change of 1989 brought dramatic effects with it - for public founded culture for example.

(via architectureofdoom)

flora-file:

Gardens by Gabriel (by FarOutFlora)

flora-file:

Gardens by Gabriel (by FarOutFlora)

(via mccrayandco)

smallspacesblog:

appartement-atelier le corbusier

artnouveaustyle:

Postal Savings Bank in Budapest, Hungary. Designed by Ödön Lechner.

"Ödön Lechner (August 27, 1845 – June 10, 1914) was a Hungarian architect, nicknamed the "Hungarian Gaudí”. Lechner was one of the early representatives of the Hungarian Secession movement, called szecesszió in Hungarian, which was related to Art Nouveau and Jugendstil in the rest of Europe. He decorated his buildings with Zsolnay tile patterns inspired by old Magyar and Turkic folk art. The Magyar were a people that came from the east, which explains the eastern-like appearance of Lechner’s buildings.” -Wikipedia

(via alwaysinstudio)

matthiasheiderich:

Matthias Heiderich, 2012