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escapesaremyaddiction:

amazing.

escapesaremyaddiction:

amazing.

(Source: deathdol, via coexiisting)

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Buckminster Fuller, Valentine 

01.23.13
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muirgilsdream:

Artist’s Toys, Unknown artist, “Sky-High Building Blocks.”

27 01.14.13
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Louis Kahn, Salk Institute for Biological Sciences, La Jolla, California, 1959-65

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4 11.12.12
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Chapel of Notre-Dame-du-Haut, Le Corbusier, Ronchamp, 1950-4

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2 11.11.12
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The Palace of the Dawn, Oscar Niemeyer, Brasilia, 1959

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7 11.10.12
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Remodeling Layout…

After revamping my website/blog I have decided to revamp my tumbler also. But I refuse to pay money for a theme and I have grown old of all the “free” options. So please bear with the appearance of the tumblr page as I rummage through my old web programming textbooks… Thanks for your patience <3

11.05.12
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860-880 Lake Shore Drive Apartments, Mies van der Rohe, Chicago, 1949

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3 11.05.12
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Hadrian’s VIlla, Tivoli, Italy, A.D. 118

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2 11.05.12
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Konstantin Malnikov, Rusakov Workers’ Club, 1927-8

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1 10.17.12
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@ferventforaesthetics "Love, love, love! I just found your blog upon looking up the 100 11th ave Jean Novel building in Chelsea, for my modern architecture class and I must say it is now one of my favorite blogs. If I had the time I'd like everything lol. I am also an architecture major and just want to say keep up w. the awesome posts :)"

Thank you so much for the inspiration to keep up with the blog - was beginning to lose steam. But I will keep all the beautiful and catastrophic architecture I find! Good luck with your studies!

10.16.12
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Hadrian’s Villa, Tivoli, Italy

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5 10.16.12
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"Living architecture is that which faithfully expresses its time. We shall seek it in all domains of construction. We shall choose works that, strictly subordinated to their use and realized by the judicious use of material, attain beauty by the disposition and harmonious proportions of the necessary elements of which they are made up."
— Auguste Perret, 1923
09.12.12
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Victor Horta, Tassel House, Brussels, Belgium, 1894

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7 09.12.12
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