24, singapore. figuring his way around.
a miscellany of type, architecture, music, clothes and other odds/ends.

I sometimes post things I make over here.

I'm also an occasional blogger with another friend over at archistudent.

vmagazine:

House Maza - architects: CHK Arquitectura - location: Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico, Mexico - architect: Eduardo Hernándex Ch. - year: 2012 - photographer: ©Yoshihiro Koitani

(via archilist)

archimess:

backyard concrete and corten paradise…

hilgard garden terrrace by barensfeld architecure [(www.designboom.com)]

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vostok1:

Venturi and Rauch. Venturi and Rauch. Architectural Design, London 1978: 66

vostok1:

Venturi and Rauch. Venturi and Rauch. Architectural Design, London 1978: 66

(via alwaysinstudio)

unusualwhite:

Murúa-Valenzuela arquitectos — Biblioteca Pública Taltal

unusualwhite:

Murúa-Valenzuela arquitectos — Biblioteca Pública Taltal

(via takeovertime)

prettyarchitecture:

exploringthenetherlands:

The Rotterdam by Rem Koolhaas (by MBarendse)

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prettyarchitecture:

exploringthenetherlands:

The Rotterdam by Rem Koolhaas (by MBarendse)

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fiore-rosso:

MMX STUDIO.
ECO PAVILION 2011

fiore-rosso:

MMX STUDIO.

ECO PAVILION 2011

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experimentsinmotion:

After the Apocalypse: High Art in a Dark Future

In their “Apocalypse in Art" series, Ukrainian artists Vitaliy and Elena Vasilieva envision the world’s current citadels of art under siege. In a future desolated by environmental disaster, the familiar forms of our cultural landmarks stand out in sharp relief: the New Museum's stacked blocks in a flooded landscape, the Guggenheim's helical galleries nestled among the sand dunes, and the Pompidou Center's exposed infrastructure lit up in a lightning storm. By placing cultural landmarks in imagined post-apocalyptic world, the artists raise questions about the longevity and role of art and the relationship between environment and our cultural artifacts. Even in an apocalyptic future, art lives on, a testament to the power of cultural creation. Indeed, the series suggests that if culture is harnessed to transform how we view and treat the environment, such an end might be averted.

(via ryanpanos)

ombuarchitecture:

Light Walls House

Located in Toyokawa city, the “Light Walls House” is a wooden house imagined by Japanese studio mA-style architects. White, minimalist and decorated with plants, this building has a structure which allows the light to reflect on the ground and on the walls in order to create patterns thanks to a trick of shadows and rays.

via Fubiz

ryanpanos:

Palazzo della Civiltà | Mike Dugenio Hansen | Tumblr

architectureofdoom:

Trade Unions pavilion, All-Russia Exhibition, Moscow

architectureofdoom:

Trade Unions pavilion, All-Russia Exhibition, Moscow