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All things architecture -- theoretical design, built forms, historical buildings, and fantasy cities.

experimentsinmotion:

Home in Motion

The Dynamic D*Haus folds and shifts into configurations developed using advance geometry and mathematics.

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— 1 year ago with 6013 notes
#innovation  #design  #Architecture 

wanderingpebbles:

“I never build for classes of people, HIG [high income group], MIG, LIG, tribals [tribal people], fishermen and so on. But I will build only for a Matthew, a Bhaskaran, a Muneer, or a Sankaran.” - Laurie Baker

Laurence Wilfred “Laurie” Baker (2 March 1917 – 1 April 2007) was a British-born Indian architect, renowned for his initiatives in cost-effective energy-efficient architecture and for his unique space utilisation and simple but aesthetic sensibility. Influenced by Mahatma Gandhi, he sought to incorporate simple designs with local materials and achieved fame with his approach to sustainable architecture as well as in organic architecture. He has been called the “Gandhi of architecture”.. Read more

Photographs by Seema Krishnakumar

— 1 year ago with 561 notes
#Architecture  #design 

enochliew:

Perforated House by Kavellaris Urban Design

It’s a critique on what we consider to be of heritage significance and how to narrate such ideas in a critical and contemporary manner.

— 2 years ago with 1320 notes
#facade  #house  #innovation  #design  #Architecture 

fuckyeahfashioncouture:

Viktor & Rolf  Spring 2010 collection

Opera Sydney and Orange Cube Lyon

“Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions”  Coco Chanel

— 2 years ago with 409 notes
#Architecture  #fashion  #design 

whoishannahh:

blyubuttdono:

pixelgeneration:

Deep Tea Diver

Found here.

20.07.2012

OREKO

I want this for reasons.

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— 2 years ago with 64423 notes
#product  #design  #tea 

bluprint:

London-based graphic design student Joseph Egan created this fantastic anamorphic typographic installation at Chelsea College of Art & Design, using the works of Felice Varini as an inspiration point. This type of art is something that even photographs cannot really justify.

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— 2 years ago with 749 notes
#Architecture  #art  #design  #optical illusion  #installation 

cmsii:

The Observatory House, designed by Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco, and built by architect  Tatiana Bilbao in Roca Blanca, Mexico. This was a very slick idea. 

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— 2 years ago with 577 notes
#Architecture  #swimming pool  #design 
hellochritty:




INNOVATIVE DOORKNOB
Even doorknobs can be improved upon. If a door is locked it should not be available to even try and open.

This shit is dope.

No, you may not enter my room.
This doorknob says you’re not even allowed to try.

I want this for my future house to be super safe.

hellochritty:

INNOVATIVE DOORKNOB

Even doorknobs can be improved upon. If a door is locked it should not be available to even try and open.

This shit is dope.

No, you may not enter my room.

This doorknob says you’re not even allowed to try.

I want this for my future house to be super safe.

(Source: shutthefuckupbro, via archi-torture)

— 2 years ago with 361409 notes
#awesome shit  #product  #design 
enochliew:

Taj Mahal Table by Studio Job
In an edition of eight, this table is priced at €36,000.

enochliew:

Taj Mahal Table by Studio Job

In an edition of eight, this table is priced at €36,000.

— 2 years ago with 943 notes
#furniture  #design  #Architecture