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A Pattern Language Explained | Permaculture magazine
Christopher Alexander is famous for his book on architecture, A Pattern Language. What is not so well known is that Alexander has spent at least as much of his life in building as in writing, and he and his colleagues have produced some 300 buildings as well as gardens, neighborhoods and rural landscapes. Alexander’s career now spans over half a century, with written works that are acknowledged landmarks of design theory.
architecture  design  reference 
yesterday by kmt
The London Magazine
Chalcot Square is among the unmistakable handful of London’s prime addresses that is a vision in pastel, its terraces of listed 19th-century townhouses parading an artist’s palette of pinks, purples, greens, blues, greys and creams.
magazine  architecture  design  guide  hampstead  camden  london 
yesterday by asaltydog
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The above diagram is a fairly good representation of our architecture at Storyblocks. If you’re not an experienced web developer, you’ll likely find it complicated. The walk through below should make it more approachable before we dive into the details of each component. via Pocket
webdev  architecture  system-design 
yesterday by ionut.popa
The Back-end for Front-end Pattern (BFF)
The origin of the Back-end for Front-end pattern (I think). Interesting to compare with Netflix's ideas
api  architecture 
2 days ago by bostonvaulter

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