rudygodinez:

Brochure for Richard Serra’s Exhibition, “Richard Serra, Drawings” at the Richard Hines Galley, Seattle, (1979)

 Catalogue with 10 installation images that document Serra’s exhibition of  7 works made with Belgian Paint stick on Belgium linens.

Reblogged from merdedujour

Imai House | Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates

At 3m x 21m, this shows what brilliant things can be done will extreme constraints. Plus I really enjoy the fact that photographs actually show how daylight lights the space during the day unassisted. Let’s hope it is used in this way.

The Rabot Towers, Ghent.
As they remove the facades, what was revealed was something quite beautiful.

Pieter Lozie is a Belgian architect and architectural photographer based in Ghent, these are his photographs.

monkeytaly:

Zombie Survival Vehicles for the next Zombie Apocalypse

Designed by Donal O’Keeffe … thanks man!!

Reblogged from church-of-cyberpunk

Community Centre Westvleteren | Atelier Tom Vanhee

Beautiful combination of old and new bricks. Check out the lighting recess in the corrugated ceiling and the brilliantly simply ballustrading in timber.

http://www.dezeen.com/2014/02/17/community-centre-westvleteren-atelier-tom-vanhee-contrasts-bricks/

malformalady:

The well is located in the estate of Initiation Quinta DA Regaleira in Sintra in Portugal. This is a miracle created by human hands, containing a downward spiral staircase that leads to a variety of outlets. The well was so named because according to rumors, it held initiation rites of Masons. At the bottom of the well is a compass drawn on top of the cross of the Knights Templar. The initiation pit is some 30m deep, consisting of nine levels of 15 steps each. Nine levels symbolize the nine circles of Hell, Purgatory and the nine circles of the nine circles of paradise, described by Dante.


Just. Just speechless. Let’s go.

malformalady:

The well is located in the estate of Initiation Quinta DA Regaleira in Sintra in Portugal. This is a miracle created by human hands, containing a downward spiral staircase that leads to a variety of outlets. The well was so named because according to rumors, it held initiation rites of Masons. At the bottom of the well is a compass drawn on top of the cross of the Knights Templar. The initiation pit is some 30m deep, consisting of nine levels of 15 steps each. Nine levels symbolize the nine circles of Hell, Purgatory and the nine circles of the nine circles of paradise, described by Dante.

Just. Just speechless. Let’s go.

Reblogged from Always in Studio

Gamsei | Buero Wagner

This is one reason to have a cocktail in Munich. Local materials used to create this ‘localism’ style cocktail bar with ingredients indigenous to the area. Matthew Bax, owner and head bartender, has made something special in the neighbourhood of Glockenbach.

Haffenden House | PARA

Haffenden House | PARA