orgMiga: Post-Architecture?

La production de l'espace_(αρχιτεκτονική)_
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Maury Gortemiller

beautifulmars:

Like a River

vostok1:

sigurd lewerentz

vostok1:

sigurd lewerentz

(via juliusnielsen)

speciesbarocus:

Valda Bailey - Kolmanskop, Namibia (2014).
Multiple exposure, minimal editing.

speciesbarocus:

Valda Bailey - Kolmanskop, Namibia (2014).

Multiple exposure, minimal editing.

dezeen:

Les Cascadeurs installation by Laurent Gongora interrupts the flow of a waterfall »
blushingcheekymonkey:

naum gabo (1937)

blushingcheekymonkey:

naum gabo (1937)

(via unzeitgeist)

reality-is-not-real:

SR002 | WIND

© lc + gbdh

The corners of the cube, center on the faces of the octahedron and vice versa, they have a polarity with each other, in other words, one has six faces and eight corners and the reversed has six corners and eight faces, so they make a pair and the same thing is true for these two [dodecahedron and icosahedron]. They make a pair in the same way. And I believe that this represents a stage of form, being pumped.

From Anne Tyng’s lecture, “Beaux Arts Complexity to Bauhaus Simplicity” at the GSD (via mmmlib)

(via utopiarchive)

We compress information to generate our laws of Nature, and then use these laws of Nature to generate more information, which then gets compressed back into upgraded laws of Nature. The dynamics of the two arrows is driven by our desire to understand the Universe.

Vlatko Vedral (via inthenoosphere)

(via basilarfuse)

planetaryfolklore:

haeusermann:
Pyramid (2010)Drawn with a Rotring Rapidograph technical pen26 x 21 cm

planetaryfolklore:

haeusermann:

Pyramid (2010)
Drawn with a Rotring Rapidograph technical pen
26 x 21 cm

(via basilarfuse)

designcube:

Lenscape by Kine Solberg