Edificio Copenhagen, Copenhague 30, Col. Juárez. México DF 1957
Arqs. Héctor Velázquez y Ramón Torres Martínez
Foto. Guillermo Zamora
Copenhagen Building, Copenhague 30, Zona Rosa, Mexico City 1957
LACATON & VASSAL Straw matting hut, Niamey, Niger 1984.
The plan is so clear, the collage is not
pier luigi nervi - padiglione d’esposizione, corso d’azeglio, torino, italia, 1950
I like this kind of superficiality
Moriz Nähr’s 1928 photograph of the Wittgenstein House, built by the famously brilliant and eccentric philosopher in the early 1920s. “It took him a year to design the door handles, and another to design the radiators. Each window was covered by a metal screen that weighed 150 kg, moved by a pulley Wittgenstein designed.”
Gibellina, a town in Sicily, destroyed by an earthquake in 1968. Artist Alberto Burri covered the entirety of the ruins in concrete, while preserving the shape of the buildings and the streetscape.
© emilio tuñon + hcrmodels (model) - entreviñas, cupula del vino - valbuena de duero, spain - 2013
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) with Philip Johnson (1906-2005) | The Seagram Building | 375 Park Avenue | New York | 1958
Kazimir Malevich, vertical architectons, 1929-31.
(via Suprematism in architecture)