fiore-rosso:

PRECHTECK / Penda Designhouse.
Buenos Aires Art Museum.

fiore-rosso:

PRECHTECK / Penda Designhouse.

Buenos Aires Art Museum.

architectmagazine:

Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center by Zaha Hadid Architects. Baku, Azerbaijan. 

cjwho:

Installations by Chiharu Shiota

Chiharu Shiota is a Japanese performance and installation artist best known for creating room-filling, monumental yet delicate, poetic environments. Central to the artist’s work are the themes of remembrance and oblivion, dreaming and sleeping, traces of the past and childhood, and dealing with anxieties. Shiota finds diverse visual expressions for these subject matters, the most celebrated being impenetrable installations made of black thread which often enclose various household and everyday, personal objects: a burnt-out piano, a wedding dress, a lady’s mackintosh, sometimes even the sleeping artist herself.

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exceptionalearner:

I AM RUINED

OH MY GOD!!!!!!!

Whoever made this deserves an Oscar

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cjwho:

Bakery In Oporto, Portugal by Paulo Merlini Arquitectura

“We like to think of our interventions as positive manipulation of the human brain,” Paulo Merlini, founder of Portugal-based architecture firm Paulo Merlini Arquitectura explained of their recently completed Bakery In Oporto. “We focus on giving positive inputs to appeal to all the five senses (when possible) so that we can alter ones homeostatic level, and as result make people feel happier.”
Photography: JOAO MORGADO
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designcloud:

Urban Exploration

Singapore-based photographer Jared Lim explores geometric patterns in urban environments for his new series entitled “Urban Exploration”.

cjwho:

foster + partners tops out calgary’s skyline with the bow, calgary, canada

vvolare:

“Irgendwo Anders” by Radek Brunecky

vvolare:

“Irgendwo Anders” by Radek Brunecky

ombuarchitecture:

MuCEM

Rudy Ricciotti

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Dubai via Gizmodo

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ryanpanos:

Plywood Dome v.2 via Kristoffer Tejlgaard

A geodesic dome, like the one put up by Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen at the Danish music festival, Roskilde Festival in 2012, is a construction that optimises the use of resources to a high degree, by imitating natures own methods.
 
The molecular structure found in one given family of carbon molecules, is copied when constructing geodesic domes. This structure allows for great strength and stability, construction of large-sized spaces using a minimum of building materials as well as reduced energy consumption used for heating because of the minimal surface and aerodynamic form of the dome.

architectureland:

Apartment in Junqueira by ASPA

cabbagerose:

slattery australia office/elenberg fraser

via: yellowtrace