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American Road Trip » Two final huts (except they are cabins)
The Unabomber’s hut as art and icon.

This is Gabrielle Esperdy’s blog – I don't know who she is (she's an academic) but there's all sorts of interesting stuff there.
huts  architecture  sculpture 
23 hours ago by metaproof
"Stunning" brutalist-era car park to be demolished to make way for hotel
Welbeck Street car park was designed by Michael Blampied and Partners in 1971 for department store Debenhams.

The beautiful car park behind Debenham’s on Oxford Street, the one with the diamond pattern cast concrete facade, is to be demolished.
architecture  london 
yesterday by metaproof
Cabanon is one of 17 UNESCO heritage Le Corbusier buildings
Le Corbusier’s seaside holiday cabin, Cabanon, on the Côte d'Azur in France.

It’s a hut. Beauiful, but a hut nonetheless. Annoyingly it is also something of a cheat – it includes neither kitchen nor washing facilities.
architecture  huts 
yesterday by metaproof
Architecture
Practical advice for developing microservices with Docker containers, web apps with ASP.NET, mobile apps with Xamarin, and deploying to the cloud with Azure.
architecture 
yesterday by berberich
9 innovative contemporary buildings that test the limits of humble brick
"Architecture starts when you carefully put two bricks together. There it begins."Or so said the German-American architect Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe in a 1959 interview..Brick construction dates back as far as 7500 BC, when, in modern Syria, people were using sun-dried bricks to construct dwellings.Such is their historic importance that bricks were even name-checked in the Biblical Book of Genesis, when people sought to "make bricks and burn them thoroughly to construct the Tower of Babel." "100 Contemporary Brick Buildings," a new title from architecture writer Philip Jodidio, demonstrates some of today's most extraordinary examples.From India , there is The Brick House by Istudio Architecture ,Wada
architecture  design  structures  buildings  books 
yesterday by thomas.kochi
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RT : Prof Ara Darzi introducing our speaker today, Michel Mossessian
design  health  architecture  from twitter
yesterday by mgprojekt
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RT : Tranquil moment. Great photo .
Clean lines & scale of the Great Hall
kevinschuyffel  michaelgraves  architecture  from twitter
yesterday by mgprojekt
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RT : "I don't care what people call me." -Michael Graves
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yesterday by mgprojekt

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