ARCH.ILLUSION
ARCH.ILLUSION
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fabriciomora:

Nouveau Stade, Bordeaux - Herzog & de Meuron
fabriciomora:

Nouveau Stade, Bordeaux - Herzog & de Meuron
fabriciomora:

Nouveau Stade, Bordeaux - Herzog & de Meuron
fabriciomora:

Nouveau Stade, Bordeaux - Herzog & de Meuron
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leslieseuffert:

Paolo Nespoli |  Flickr
leslieseuffert:

Paolo Nespoli |  Flickr
leslieseuffert:

Paolo Nespoli |  Flickr
leslieseuffert:

Paolo Nespoli |  Flickr
leslieseuffert:

Paolo Nespoli |  Flickr
leslieseuffert:

Paolo Nespoli |  Flickr
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the-gasoline-station:

Paris Roof Tops
by Michael Wolf
the-gasoline-station:

Paris Roof Tops
by Michael Wolf
the-gasoline-station:

Paris Roof Tops
by Michael Wolf
the-gasoline-station:

Paris Roof Tops
by Michael Wolf
the-gasoline-station:

Paris Roof Tops
by Michael Wolf
the-gasoline-station:

Paris Roof Tops
by Michael Wolf
the-gasoline-station:

Paris Roof Tops
by Michael Wolf
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subtilitas:

Rodrigo Duque Motta, Rafael Hevia, Gabriela Manzi - Diego Portales University School of Economics, Santa Clara 2010. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra. 
subtilitas:

Rodrigo Duque Motta, Rafael Hevia, Gabriela Manzi - Diego Portales University School of Economics, Santa Clara 2010. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra. 
subtilitas:

Rodrigo Duque Motta, Rafael Hevia, Gabriela Manzi - Diego Portales University School of Economics, Santa Clara 2010. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra. 
subtilitas:

Rodrigo Duque Motta, Rafael Hevia, Gabriela Manzi - Diego Portales University School of Economics, Santa Clara 2010. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra. 
subtilitas:

Rodrigo Duque Motta, Rafael Hevia, Gabriela Manzi - Diego Portales University School of Economics, Santa Clara 2010. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra. 
subtilitas:

Rodrigo Duque Motta, Rafael Hevia, Gabriela Manzi - Diego Portales University School of Economics, Santa Clara 2010. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra. 
subtilitas:

Rodrigo Duque Motta, Rafael Hevia, Gabriela Manzi - Diego Portales University School of Economics, Santa Clara 2010. Via, photos (C) Fernando Guerra. 
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leslieseuffert:

Alessandro Della Bella (Switzerland) Supermoon
leslieseuffert:

Alessandro Della Bella (Switzerland) Supermoon
leslieseuffert:

Alessandro Della Bella (Switzerland) Supermoon
leslieseuffert:

Alessandro Della Bella (Switzerland) Supermoon
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ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
ryanpanos:

Ink City Building | Hongde Jiang
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preciousandfregilethings:

studioduedue: Vitra conference pavillon. Tadao Ando
preciousandfregilethings:

studioduedue: Vitra conference pavillon. Tadao Ando
preciousandfregilethings:

studioduedue: Vitra conference pavillon. Tadao Ando
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ryanpanos:

Sail Bench | Félix Guyon
Located in Vercheres, a small village near Montreal, this monument honors the first founders of the village who arrived by wind and water in the region in 1740. Users can then sit on thoses park benches and relive the history of Vercheres in its beginning .
Done only by people of the village, it also pays tribute to today’s craftsman who perpetuate the art of their ancestors to make good things. White oak used in this project also refers to the wood used by the people of the 18th century for the construction of boats.
ryanpanos:

Sail Bench | Félix Guyon
Located in Vercheres, a small village near Montreal, this monument honors the first founders of the village who arrived by wind and water in the region in 1740. Users can then sit on thoses park benches and relive the history of Vercheres in its beginning .
Done only by people of the village, it also pays tribute to today’s craftsman who perpetuate the art of their ancestors to make good things. White oak used in this project also refers to the wood used by the people of the 18th century for the construction of boats.
ryanpanos:

Sail Bench | Félix Guyon
Located in Vercheres, a small village near Montreal, this monument honors the first founders of the village who arrived by wind and water in the region in 1740. Users can then sit on thoses park benches and relive the history of Vercheres in its beginning .
Done only by people of the village, it also pays tribute to today’s craftsman who perpetuate the art of their ancestors to make good things. White oak used in this project also refers to the wood used by the people of the 18th century for the construction of boats.
ryanpanos:

Sail Bench | Félix Guyon
Located in Vercheres, a small village near Montreal, this monument honors the first founders of the village who arrived by wind and water in the region in 1740. Users can then sit on thoses park benches and relive the history of Vercheres in its beginning .
Done only by people of the village, it also pays tribute to today’s craftsman who perpetuate the art of their ancestors to make good things. White oak used in this project also refers to the wood used by the people of the 18th century for the construction of boats.
ryanpanos:

Sail Bench | Félix Guyon
Located in Vercheres, a small village near Montreal, this monument honors the first founders of the village who arrived by wind and water in the region in 1740. Users can then sit on thoses park benches and relive the history of Vercheres in its beginning .
Done only by people of the village, it also pays tribute to today’s craftsman who perpetuate the art of their ancestors to make good things. White oak used in this project also refers to the wood used by the people of the 18th century for the construction of boats.
ryanpanos:

Sail Bench | Félix Guyon
Located in Vercheres, a small village near Montreal, this monument honors the first founders of the village who arrived by wind and water in the region in 1740. Users can then sit on thoses park benches and relive the history of Vercheres in its beginning .
Done only by people of the village, it also pays tribute to today’s craftsman who perpetuate the art of their ancestors to make good things. White oak used in this project also refers to the wood used by the people of the 18th century for the construction of boats.
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just-good-design:

killingsworth, brady & smith…  killingsworth house, long beach ca (1966)  photos by julius shulman

just-good-design:

killingsworth, brady & smith…  killingsworth house, long beach ca (1966)  photos by julius shulman

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pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
pleoros:

Loic le quéré - Iceland, 2013
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arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
arkitekcher:

ARCTIC FOOD NETWORK: Regional Food-gathering Cabins  |  Lateral Office
Location: Baffin Island Region, Nunavut, Canada /// 2011-12
"We are an adaptable people. There is no doubt about that. We’ve had to be. That’s how we have always traveled season to season looking in pursuit of animals. We’ve weathered this storm of modernization fairly well - going from dog teams to snowmobiles, and flying jumbo jets and going from igloo huts to permanent homes, and of course, going from our environment - which is our supermarket - to now having supermarket-like stores in communities - all within a few decades. 
This has not been without consequences. But through it all, we have always had our land. Our very predictable environment and climate and the wisdom of our hunters and our elders that they have gained through the millennia - and that always helped us to adapt to the situation. Because the hunting culture is not well understood - it is not only about the killing of animals, or the pursuit of animals. In fact, the real process of the hunt is extremely powerful. Eating and hunting personifies what it means for us to be Inuit. These skills and traditions are passed down generation to generation.”
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ryanpanos:

La Defense Offices | UN Studio | James Newton
ryanpanos:

La Defense Offices | UN Studio | James Newton
ryanpanos:

La Defense Offices | UN Studio | James Newton
ryanpanos:

La Defense Offices | UN Studio | James Newton
ryanpanos:

La Defense Offices | UN Studio | James Newton
ryanpanos:

La Defense Offices | UN Studio | James Newton
ryanpanos:

La Defense Offices | UN Studio | James Newton
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ryanpanos:

Mary’s Cathedral | Gottfried Böhm | Florian Mueller
ryanpanos:

Mary’s Cathedral | Gottfried Böhm | Florian Mueller
ryanpanos:

Mary’s Cathedral | Gottfried Böhm | Florian Mueller
ryanpanos:

Mary’s Cathedral | Gottfried Böhm | Florian Mueller
ryanpanos:

Mary’s Cathedral | Gottfried Böhm | Florian Mueller
ryanpanos:

Mary’s Cathedral | Gottfried Böhm | Florian Mueller
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pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
pleoros:

Stanislav Markov
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leslieseuffert:

Angela Kelly  (USA) Bubbles Frozen
leslieseuffert:

Angela Kelly  (USA) Bubbles Frozen
leslieseuffert:

Angela Kelly  (USA) Bubbles Frozen
leslieseuffert:

Angela Kelly  (USA) Bubbles Frozen
leslieseuffert:

Angela Kelly  (USA) Bubbles Frozen
leslieseuffert:

Angela Kelly  (USA) Bubbles Frozen
leslieseuffert:

Angela Kelly  (USA) Bubbles Frozen