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plansofarchitecture: Le Corbusier, Ronchamp, 1950

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plansofarchitecture: Maison de verre, Pierre Chareau, 1932

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#Chikendog 2.

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Panoramique de mon doigt vibrant sur l’objectif. #chikendog

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Spiritualité en guerre

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Villa Mairea, Alvar Aalto masterpiece in Noormarkku

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Get your forest ecology and woodwork on at the same time.

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Petrol station in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Circa 1960s.

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Technical College, Busto Arsizio, Italy, 1963-64 Enrico Castiglioni, Carlo Fontana

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photos by mohammad reza domiri ganji in iran of: (1) the dome of the seyyed mosque in isfahan; (2,8) the nasīr al mulk mosque, or pink mosque, in shiraz; (3,4) the vakil mosque in shiraz; (5) the ceiling of the fifth floor of ali qapu in isfahan; (6,10) the vakil bathhouse in shiraz; (7) the imam mosque in isfahan; (9) the jame mosque of yazd

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Fabulous Fictions 4: Laurent Chéhère

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Jun’ya Ishigami.

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Junya Ishigami’s Enormous Helium-Filled Monolith

Junya Ishigami (also identified by Junya Ishigami + Associates) has long been known as someone averse to the labeling or differentiating between art, design and architecture. Case in point, one of Ishigami’s most famous works which straddled various disciplines, and even played with ideas of weigh and weightlessness. Titled Cuboid Balloon, the helium-filled reflective vessel filled the hall with it’s five-story presence when it was installed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo. Although it appears massive, and therefore massively heavy, it is actually weightless (as seen in the video link below, when a museum staff member pulls it down with one hand). The reflective material responds both to its environment and surrounding architecture, but also to the people around it, an important creative rule for Ishigami’s work.

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