deseopolis:

Minor White, Barn Detail, Winter, 1954

deseopolis:

Minor White, Barn Detail, Winter, 1954

(Source: the-night-picture-collector)

pussiesanddesign:

1961 Milan Fair Exhibit (par sandiv999)

pussiesanddesign:

1961 Milan Fair Exhibit (par sandiv999)

(Source: laviedesformes, via thomortiz)

unavidamoderna:

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

unavidamoderna:

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

(Source: despachodearquitectoshv.com)

jonasgrossmann:

bernhard pfau… textil ingenieurschule, krefeld, 1957@ nrw-architekturdatenbank

jonasgrossmann:

bernhard pfau… textil ingenieurschule, krefeld, 1957
@ nrw-architekturdatenbank

wildoute:

LACATON & VASSAL  Straw matting hut, Niamey, Niger 1984.

The plan is so clear, the collage is not

(Source: lepostitjaune, via homme-de-lettres)

(Source: simplypi, via thomortiz)

wmud:

pier luigi nervi - padiglione d’esposizione, corso d’azeglio, torino, italia, 1950

wmud:

pier luigi nervi - padiglione d’esposizione, corso d’azeglio, torino, italia, 1950

(via thomortiz)

b22-design:

Rietveld Schröder Huis - Utrecht - The Netherlands

b22-design:

Rietveld Schröder Huis - Utrecht - The Netherlands

(via herplaats)

b22-design:

Verner Panton

I like this kind of superficiality

b22-design:

Verner Panton

I like this kind of superficiality

appendixjournal:

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.”

appendixjournal:

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.”

(via thomortiz)

architectureofdoom:

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.

architectureofdoom:

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.

(Source: carlburton, via thomortiz)

archimodels:

© emilio tuñon + hcrmodels (model) - entreviñas, cupula del vino - valbuena de duero, spain - 2013

archimodels:

© emilio tuñon + hcrmodels (model) - entreviñas, cupula del vino - valbuena de duero, spain - 2013

tgphipps:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) with Philip Johnson (1906-2005) | The Seagram Building | 375 Park Avenue | New York | 1958 

Mies bathroom

tgphipps:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) with Philip Johnson (1906-2005) | The Seagram Building | 375 Park Avenue | New York | 1958 

Mies bathroom

(Source: atimeforacoffee)

rosswolfe:

Kazimir Malevich, vertical architectons, 1929-31. (via Suprematism in architecture)

rosswolfe:

Kazimir Malevich, vertical architectons, 1929-31.
(via Suprematism in architecture)

(via veronicadelica)

fiore-rosso:

monique van der lint.

fiore-rosso:

monique van der lint.