nexttoparchitects:

by joanm_garces

nexttoparchitects:

by joanm_garces

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joshthomson:

Flotanta House by Benjamin Garcia Saxe

vortexanomaly:

sharing toast with bison…

vortexanomaly:

sharing toast with bison…

somewhereontheiceplanet:


Going Somewhere Solo? by Timothy Chan

somewhereontheiceplanet:

Going Somewhere Solo? by Timothy Chan

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rocknrollercoaster:

to tha wall
thetomska:

brihime:

Omg dude..

Can we all just appreciate the one dude who doesn’t feel the need to change his posture at all?

thetomska:

brihime:

Omg dude..

Can we all just appreciate the one dude who doesn’t feel the need to change his posture at all?

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sexhaver:

"i can’t fucking read"

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drawingarchitecture:

Slow House by Diller & Scofidio

drawingarchitecture:

Slow House by Diller & Scofidio

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designsbyfranklloydwright:

Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Fourth of July,” 1937

designsbyfranklloydwright:

Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Fourth of July,” 1937

fastcompany:

And why architects need to do more to ensure women’s reproductive rights
The SCOTUS ruling serves yet another blow to those hoping to provide safe and accessible reproductive health services to women. While other building types have benefited from the expertise of architects when addressing public safety issues—think, for instance, of the architectural interventions around safety, wayfinding, and crowd control at hospitals, federal buildings, courthouses, and stadiums—reproductive health care clinics rarely see that kind of design support. Clinics are left to fend for themselves and, as a result, are forced to create ad hoc buffer zones where architectural and legislative options have failed to deliver.
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fastcompany:

And why architects need to do more to ensure women’s reproductive rights

The SCOTUS ruling serves yet another blow to those hoping to provide safe and accessible reproductive health services to women. While other building types have benefited from the expertise of architects when addressing public safety issues—think, for instance, of the architectural interventions around safety, wayfinding, and crowd control at hospitals, federal buildings, courthouses, and stadiums—reproductive health care clinics rarely see that kind of design support. Clinics are left to fend for themselves and, as a result, are forced to create ad hoc buffer zones where architectural and legislative options have failed to deliver.

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scalesofperception:

Glastonbury Festival Clean Up | Via

For the past five days it has been home to some 175,000 people, but today the clean-up operation of Glastonbury Festival 2014 begins.

Highlights of the musical extravaganza have included Dolly Parton, Metallica and Arcade Fire, while Kasabian headlined the Pyramid Stage last night. Campers now have until 6pm to leave the site at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, while crew and stall holders are given a week to clear their property. Meanwhile, hours before they began to leave, organiser Michael Eavis revealed that the 44-year-old event could have a lifespan of just six more years.

SoP | Scale of Environments

architectureofdoom:

ryanpanos:

American Traditions | John Sanderson | Tumblr | Via

Steel Mill and Houses, New York

architectureofdoom:

ryanpanos:

American Traditions | John Sanderson | Tumblr | Via

Steel Mill and Houses, New York