NINETREE VILLAGE IN HANGZHOU (2008) by DAVID CHIPPERFIELD

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UNITITLED (2009) by HIROYUKI DOI
"Now that we are living in the age of computerized society, I believe human work using human hands has to be emphasized more. That’s one of my reasons, why I keep on working on my new works. By drawing, I started to feel relief, at some point I started to feel that something other than my self allowed me to draw these works. Suppose every creature is a circle, which exists in this world, how many of them can I draw? That is my life work and my challenge. I have to keep on working, otherwise nothing will be brought in to existence. By drawing circles I feel I am alive and existing in the cosmos." - Hiroyuki Doi
The drawing can be seen at the traveling exposition ‘museum of everything’, which is currently at an old school in the center of Paris.

UNITITLED (2009) by HIROYUKI DOI

"Now that we are living in the age of computerized society, I believe human work using human hands has to be emphasized more. That’s one of my reasons, why I keep on working on my new works. By drawing, I started to feel relief, at some point I started to feel that something other than my self allowed me to draw these works. Suppose every creature is a circle, which exists in this world, how many of them can I draw? That is my life work and my challenge. I have to keep on working, otherwise nothing will be brought in to existence. By drawing circles I feel I am alive and existing in the cosmos." - Hiroyuki Doi

The drawing can be seen at the traveling exposition ‘museum of everything’, which is currently at an old school in the center of Paris.

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CALL ME JIM by THOMAS BAYRLE
Drawing of an artificial landscape made in 1976 by German arttist Thomas Bayrle.

CALL ME JIM by THOMAS BAYRLE

Drawing of an artificial landscape made in 1976 by German arttist Thomas Bayrle.

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RUTA DEL PEREGRINO INTERVENTION by CHRIST GANTENBEIN

Each year, two million Mexican residents take part in the Ruta del Peregrino – a 117 kilometer pilgrimage through the mountains range of Jalisco. This religious voyage has been taking place since the 17th century and represents the pilgrim’s act of faith carried to penitence. In an effort to provide the  route with better conditions, nine architecture firms collaborated  to build seven architectural landmarks that provide shelter, services and outlook points for the pilgrims.

(Source: christgantenbein.com)

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RUTA DEL PEREGRINO INTERVENTION by CHRIST GANTENBEIN

Each year, two million Mexican residents take part in the Ruta del Peregrino – a 117 kilometer pilgrimage through the mountains range of Jalisco. This religious voyage has been taking place since the 17th century and represents the pilgrim’s act of faith carried to penitence. In an effort to provide the  route with better conditions, nine architecture firms collaborated  to build seven architectural landmarks that provide shelter, services and outlook points for the pilgrims.

(Source: christgantenbein.com)

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FOLLY by PHILIPP BAUMHAUER

This wooden pavilion in the mountains of southern Germany has a series of deeply set openings that double up as seating. These openings are covered with mirrors, which create a very interesting relation with the landscape. Picture by Julien Lanoo.

(Source: baumhauer.com)

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FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #5 by SOL LEWITT
date: 1982dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cmmedia: woodcut printed on Kizuki HangaCan be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #5 by SOL LEWITT

date: 1982
dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cm
media: woodcut printed on Kizuki Hanga

Can be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

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FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #4 by SOL LEWITT
date: 1982dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cmmedia: woodcut printed on Kizuki HangaCan be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #4 by SOL LEWITT

date: 1982
dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cm
media: woodcut printed on Kizuki Hanga

Can be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

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FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #3 by SOL LEWITT
date: 1982dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cmmedia: woodcut printed on Kizuki HangaCan be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #3 by SOL LEWITT

date: 1982
dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cm
media: woodcut printed on Kizuki Hanga

Can be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

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FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #2 by SOL LEWITT
date: 1982dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cmmedia: woodcut printed on Kizuki HangaCan be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #2 by SOL LEWITT

date: 1982
dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cm
media: woodcut printed on Kizuki Hanga

Can be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

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FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #1 by SOL LEWITT
date: 1982dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cmmedia: woodcut printed on Kizuki HangaCan be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

FIVE FORMS DERIVED FROM A CUBE #1 by SOL LEWITT

date: 1982
dimensions: 71.4 x 71.4 cm
media: woodcut printed on Kizuki Hanga

Can be seen at gallery Marian Goodman in Paris 

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SCANDERBEG SQUARE TIRANA (NIGHT) by 51N4E
The oppressing monumentality of the communist constructions is countered by the shape of the square: a large, low pyramid. Standing on top of this pyramid, one is no longer overpowered by the architecture of the past. This subtle intervention acknowledges Albania’s past, and gives it a new perspective as well.

SCANDERBEG SQUARE TIRANA (NIGHT) by 51N4E

The oppressing monumentality of the communist constructions is countered by the shape of the square: a large, low pyramid. Standing on top of this pyramid, one is no longer overpowered by the architecture of the past. This subtle intervention acknowledges Albania’s past, and gives it a new perspective as well.

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SCANDERBEG SQUARE TIRANA (DAY) by 51N4E
The central square of Tirana is designed as a void in the chaos of the city, a void shaped by a collection of gardens and public buildings, both existing and new. This surrounding green belt functions like an antechamber, negotiating between the congestion of the city and the emptiness of the square. From the empty center, the full range of buildings defining Albania’s past can be seen, representing a common past that can be built upon.

SCANDERBEG SQUARE TIRANA (DAY) by 51N4E

The central square of Tirana is designed as a void in the chaos of the city, a void shaped by a collection of gardens and public buildings, both existing and new. This surrounding green belt functions like an antechamber, negotiating between the congestion of the city and the emptiness of the square. 
From the empty center, the full range of buildings defining Albania’s past can be seen, representing a common past that can be built upon.

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HOUSE SSK by VN

intelligent concept for a small house in Kortrijk, Belgium.

(Source: vannotenarchitects.be)

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BLOCKBUSTER by MONADNOCK
Fuck lens flares!

BLOCKBUSTER by MONADNOCK

Fuck lens flares!

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