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archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa

"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."

(via arquitecturascorrientes)

elunami:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe contribution ‘Wabe’ (honeycomb) to the idea competition for the skycraper at the Bahnhof Friedrichstrasse, 1922
Large photograph, supplemented by drawing (140x100 cm)
© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2009

elunami:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe contribution ‘Wabe’ (honeycomb) to the idea competition for the skycraper at the Bahnhof Friedrichstrasse, 1922

Large photograph, supplemented by drawing (140x100 cm)

© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2009

(via grmhrtdesigns)

design-is-fine:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Neue Nationalgalerie and a large Calder stabile, the Matthaikirche in the background, 1960s

design-is-fine:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Neue Nationalgalerie and a large Calder stabile, the Matthaikirche in the background, 1960s

(Source: domusweb.it, via thomortiz)

vjeranski:

Paul Klee. Rough-Cut Head. 1935

vjeranski:

Paul Klee. Rough-Cut Head. 1935

(via thomortiz)

yummybunnie:

Georgia  O’keeffe
Tent Door at Night
c.1915

yummybunnie:

Georgia  O’keeffe

Tent Door at Night

c.1915

(via thomortiz)

architectureofdoom:

mikasavela:

Images of Großsiedlung Britz and Hufeisensiedlung (Horseshoe Settlement) by Bruno Taut, 1925-1927, Berlin-Neukölln (Berlin).

There’s actually something strange about a building taking the place of landscape, where the enclosed horseshoe and the pond become the serene setting for a horizon of modern housing.

View this on the map

(Source: bildindex.de, via arquitecturascorrientes)

plansofarchitecture:

Bagsværd Kirke. Jørn Utzon. 1976

plansofarchitecture:

Bagsværd Kirke. Jørn Utzon. 1976

(via grmhrtdesigns)

thomortiz:

Paul Rudolph, Graphic Analysis of The Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

thomortiz:

Paul Rudolph, Graphic Analysis of The Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa

"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."

(via arquitecturascorrientes)

elunami:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe contribution ‘Wabe’ (honeycomb) to the idea competition for the skycraper at the Bahnhof Friedrichstrasse, 1922
Large photograph, supplemented by drawing (140x100 cm)
© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2009

elunami:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe contribution ‘Wabe’ (honeycomb) to the idea competition for the skycraper at the Bahnhof Friedrichstrasse, 1922

Large photograph, supplemented by drawing (140x100 cm)

© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2009

(via grmhrtdesigns)

design-is-fine:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Neue Nationalgalerie and a large Calder stabile, the Matthaikirche in the background, 1960s

design-is-fine:

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Neue Nationalgalerie and a large Calder stabile, the Matthaikirche in the background, 1960s

(Source: domusweb.it, via thomortiz)

vjeranski:

Paul Klee. Rough-Cut Head. 1935

vjeranski:

Paul Klee. Rough-Cut Head. 1935

(via thomortiz)

(via thomortiz)

yummybunnie:

Georgia  O’keeffe
Tent Door at Night
c.1915

yummybunnie:

Georgia  O’keeffe

Tent Door at Night

c.1915

(via thomortiz)

elunami:

Bernard Tschumi. A+U 216 September 1988: 29

elunami:

Bernard TschumiA+U 216 September 1988: 29

(via arquitecturascorrientes)

magneticum:

Olivia Aspinall

magneticum:

Olivia Aspinall

(via processes)

architectureofdoom:

mikasavela:

Images of Großsiedlung Britz and Hufeisensiedlung (Horseshoe Settlement) by Bruno Taut, 1925-1927, Berlin-Neukölln (Berlin).

There’s actually something strange about a building taking the place of landscape, where the enclosed horseshoe and the pond become the serene setting for a horizon of modern housing.

View this on the map

(Source: bildindex.de, via arquitecturascorrientes)

jamesthornbrook:

Classic and timeless

Victor Pasmore, [no title] 1971

jamesthornbrook:

Victor Pasmore, [no title] 1971

(Source: dimshapes, via theblogwithnotitle)

(Source: clubpunk, via hiromitsu)

plansofarchitecture:

Bagsværd Kirke. Jørn Utzon. 1976

plansofarchitecture:

Bagsværd Kirke. Jørn Utzon. 1976

(via grmhrtdesigns)

thomortiz:

Paul Rudolph, Graphic Analysis of The Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

thomortiz:

Paul Rudolph, Graphic Analysis of The Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

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