Here’s why brutalism is back in style. Source: The 9 Brutalist Wonders of the Architecture World
any documentation that limits individual freedoms on the basis of biology risks becoming a platform for restricting human rights, increasing discrimination and threatening — rather than protecting — public health. Source: Ten reasons why immunity passports are a bad idea
sosbrutalism: Atelier 5’s influence to early Swiss Brutalism can’t be overstated. Atelier 5: Row Houses in Flamatt 1, Switzerland, 1957–1958 http://sosbrutalism.org/cms/15890895 Photos: © Andreas Jäger 2011
St Peter’s Seminary, Cardross Isi Metzstein and Andy MacMillan, Gillespie, Kidd & Coia (via Gallery | Hinterland)
This is wild. It’s by Sam Bates, aka Smug, an Australian street artist in Glasgow. It took about a week to paint, though still needs a few finishing touches to the hand. As far as I’m aware it depicts Mungo in modern-day clothes. Mungo is Glasgow’s patron saint, born in the 6th century. The story […]
redhousecanada: Le Corbusier, Villa Shodhan, Ahmedabad, India, 1951
really-shit: Kaleidoscope, Ekaterina Busygina
archatlas: Casa na Mata Studio mk27 More of the Jungle House at https://www.yatzer.com/jungle-house-studio-mk27
germanpostwarmodern: House Schlehstud (1933) built for himself in Meilen, Switzerland, by Hans Fischli
jimlovesart: Paul Klee – Stachel der Clown, 1931.
Joaquim Guedes: The Kerti House, São Paulo (1971) Photography by Michael Frantzis (https://www.flickr.com/photos/99614536@N07/)
nobrashfestivity: Yves Klein, monochrome blues , 1957-1961
subtilitas: Jörg Koch – Sarandschasch house, Sent 2006. © Roger Frei.
(via Why Jackson Pollock gave up painting | Art and design | The Guardian)
farfromthetrees: The non uniformity of the windows gives this otherwise grim, concrete facade a certain charm.
lou-lou-bang: Seriously I don’t want much. Just a cabin in Alaska filled with my dogs. And a nice snow fall.
nevver: The Puppet Master
nevver: Thanksgiving with van Gogh, Mondrian, Rothko, Magritte, and Pollock.
adroidaday: Droid #325 Cow and Calf. A little nod to my roots in the north of England with the title. Couple of bots, pigment liner & Moleskine sketchbook. I’ll add some colour and tone later.
really-shit: Gail Albert Halaban – Out My Window h/t to likeafieldmouse
thekhoolhaus: #german #italian #japanese #scotch #french #mexican #californian
(via Desert Courtyard House / Wendell Burnette Architects | ArchDaily)
patrickschierer: Shelter by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects. Switzerland. This would suit me fine!
ummhello: Phoenix House, Sebastian Mariscal Studio
nevver: Born on this day, Henry James
basilgenovese: Avocado Hummus Dip with Sea Salt Pita Chips (Savor Home)
basilgenovese: Spiced Pear Collins (via Saveur)
basilgenovese: Buddha’s Hand & Thai Basil Cocktail (Honestly Yum)
junkculture: Warhol Soup Cans Naked & Unlabeled An artistic homage to Warhol’s soup can series by Lindsey Wohlman
coffeebooksandwanderlust: Quick and Easy Cheese Board.
cjwho: Restoration of the house “El Bosquet”, Spain by Arcadi Pla i Masmiquel | via The project consisted of the restoration of the house “El Bosquet”, which is inside the neighbourhood of “Can Gustí”, located in “La Vall de Riu”. The objective was to set the house up as a short-stage refugee. Thus, the restoration […]
allthingseurope: Lovrafjorden, Norway (by Silvain de Munck)
volume-control: Brutalist buildings seem like relics from a lost future.
dangeriseverywhere: Scotland, just being Scotland. #vsco #vscotland #visitscotland #brilliantmoments #vscodaily #p3top #igersalba #skye http://ift.tt/1gQSxhr
architizer: Not far from the Arctic Circle, the Norwegian island of Vega boasts one of the most scenic landscapes in the world—jagged mountains rising in the background, mossy plants and brush growing over chiseled boulders, and uninterrupted views of the Norwegian Sea. In this distinctly Nordic environment, traditional huts known as naust sit by the seaside. These windowless […]
newyorker: Cartoon editor Robert Mankoff discusses his new memoir, his legacy, and the inspiration behind his most remembered cartoon: http://nyr.kr/1hiuBlu
pjohnston6: Classic lunch #westbrewery #stmungo (at The Drouthy Cobbler)
vogue-victime: i love this. putting it on my thoughts page.
natushi12: 3D Typography by Lex Wilson
archiveofaffinities: P. Citroen, The City, Collage, Weimar, Germany, 1921
architectureofdoom: corascene: 71/365 Soviet Urban Architecture by mistergalaxy on Flickr Kiev, Ukraine
tvpartyorchestra: + by Alex Grazioli on Flickr.
The truth is, everyone is going to hurt you. You just got to find the ones worth suffering for. Bob Marley (via observando)
everybody-loves-to-eat: Momofuku Pork Bun by FotoosVanRobin on Flickr.
cabbagerose: abedian school of architecture, queensland, austral/crab studio via: blueverticalstudio
Lynsey (by pwr)
ryanpanos: SC Project | Y.TOHME + Architects | Ieva Saudargaite
i’ll have this one please for my mid-life crisis.
motherboardtv: Just Some of the Things We Liked in 2013
heylittleslut: skate,girls,boys,random blog
tastefullyoffensive: “Someone added this to the periodic table in my chemistry book.” [via]
Ok but can we smoke first? (via bankn0tes)
the chintziness inside lets down the whole thing
aros: Breuer/Lundberg Cabin. LUNDBERG DESIGN livestock tank pool. 25-feet diameter and 14-feet deep.
italdred: (by 日日野阿倫)
stephanieward: burton snowboard – illustrated by Dana Tanamachi
italdred: Concrete Angles (by WOONDER°)
bobofeed: nnmprv: Centre d’accueil et de restauration by frundgallina.
If I were really really ridiculously wealthy, I wouldn’t buy a mansion, just tiny apartments in every city I love. Mara Wilson (via youngfolksociety)
typeverything: typeverything.com by Evan Hecox
thekhooll: A Canvas of Concrete A loft in San Francisco’s Mission district. Originally a Lucky Strike cigarette warehouse, the 1925 concrete building was converted into this sweet nest for British-born electrical engineer Clive McCarthy and his wife. “We wanted to create emptiness: a playground for his experiments, for all the different things he works on simultaneously.” The idea […]
cabinporn: Cabin on San Juan Island, Washington. Photographed by Kate Sawyer.
jseven: Don’t F**king Procrastinate! From: F**king Motivational MugsIn: Art & Design On: Origin of Cool
thisbigcity: The missing city. 遺失的城市。
(via Small, Smart & Easily Movable Hut On New Zealand’s Shoreline | Freshome)
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(via Las Piedras Fasano | iGNANT)
(via LE CONTAINER: Architect Isay Weinfeld designed Las Piedras Fasano..Rit)
black-wolves: desert home
Sunglasses from Recycled Skateboards (via Shwood and HUF Make Cool Sunglasses from Recycled Skateboards |)
typeverything: Typeverything.com Geeks logo by Branko Bobic.
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Dear People. Happy New Year. Love Paul x
Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that’s no matter- tomorrow we will run faster, strech out our arms farther… And one fine morning- So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past. “One week ago […]
black-wolves: The Guardian (by philcoffman)
subsecreto: Rui Grazina
Final picture (by Ben Terrett)
(via Francesco Bongiorni | Think.BigChief)
optical-resolution: peizaji_001 (by Stefan Stoilov)
relucent: Cloud City (by World Wide Murman)
urbanehood: Snowing again (by Several seconds)
naturama: (via National Geographic’s International Photography Contest 2009 | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos)
This building is moody. With the Melbourne weather, these moods change rapidly. In providing interest and delight to the rail experience, this ‘Southern Crustacean’ is a building that says that public infrastructure matters and, by extension, that the public matter. The YardMasters Building, Melbourne, Australia (via Architect Day: McBride Charles Ryan)
The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me. Ayn Rand (via youngfolksociety)
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subsecreto: Recycled Pallet Floor by Arctic Plank
plattan_2 (by oliverjuan)
The Solo House (via jeromebeware)
dancing with music (by Sean-Edward)
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Sous-vide Salmon, Beetroot Jelly, Quail Egg (by Boath House Hotel)
theblackworkshop: Franz House by BAK Architects (via Franz House by BAK Architects | Miss Design)
beanfield: 18.36.54 House by Daniel Libeskind
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The Goulding Summerhouse by Scott Tallon Walker Architects was originally designed for Sir Basil Goulding; He was so concerned about his beautiful gardens along the Dargle Valley that he wanted the new building to take up as little of the garden as possible. The resulting design cantilevered over the river, disturbing as little as possible […]
I may not have been sure about what really did interest me, but I was absolutely sure about what didn’t. L’Étranger, Albert Camus
geoff. (by chaplinnn)
Address Is Approximate (by The Theory) (Source: https://player.vimeo.com/)
A tealight torch with a nail-sharp point that can be hammered into any tree or wood. For indoor or outdoor use. Made of cast iron and heat-resistant glass. (via Cast Iron Tealight Torch – Kaufmann Mercantile Store)
beautiful-scotland: Sci Fi Glasgow » by firefighter.kevin
Skye Fishing Boats (by S i m o n . M a y s o n)
(via Church of the Light – Tadao Ando)
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= (by MATTHEWFRANKLIN)
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Cooper Park (by Em0312)
zucherman: St. Marks and Avenue Something. My brother Seth sat out in the garage with me tonight, playing old Tom Waits songs on his guitar and smoking cigarettes while I painted. We shared a bottle of his whiskey, and it was my favorite night spent painting in some time. Any painting’s gonna be a hell […]
(via Deconstruction: Z Table by Hellman-Chang | Design Milk)
“Cabinet half length, standing in profile to left, wearing dark brown-grey suit, white wing collar and dark tie, hands in pockets, background light, on which the figure throws a shadow.” (Sir James Matthew Barrie, 1860 – 1937 via National Galleries of Scotland − Collection − Portrait of the Month Sept. 2011)
whysir: 3-D design classroom this morning. Raining.
(via Stephen Kenn)
n00b (by fatheed)
nevver: Autumn leaves
r3darch: Bobby Gin Cocktail Bar by Normal
nevver: Jay Mug
Everybody is a genius. But, if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it’ll spend its whole life believing that it is stupid. Albert Einstein (via nevver)
(via Pictures of the day: 22 November 2011 – Telegraph)
“The Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion is located at Hjerkinn on the outskirts of Dovrefjell National Park, overlooking the Snøhetta mountain massif. The 90m2 building is open to the public and serves as an observation pavilion for the Wild Reindeer Foundation educational programmes. A 1,5km nature path brings visitors to this spectacular site, 1200 meters […]
Rainbow over San Francisco (by morozgrafix)
(by Missy Prince)