Archive for the ‘Architecture’ Category

Architecture buffs rejoice. Frank Lloyd Wright drawings are now available at 1000museums.com which showcases prints from museums across the globe. Here are some samples… Frank Lloyd Wright, Edgar J. Kaufmann House, “Fallingwater”

Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin has an eye for interesting architectural structures. Having studied art history and architecture at the University of Ghent, it is no surprise. Here are some samples of his work:

House P designed by Caramel Architects seems to have been formed from blocks in the game Tetris.  It gazes down at the valley from its perch on this sloping property in Klosterneuburg, Austria. The seamless impression of the homogeneous sculptural form is strengthened by the use of prefabricated concrete elements in the façade. The access [...]

If you are a designer (especially a graphic designer) you know about the film ‘Helvetica‘. If you have never heard of it, we suggest you put this baby in your Netflix queue immediately. A feature length documentary about the most well-known typeface in modern day history Helvetica and about graphic design in general, was directed by [...]

Studio Gang Architects designed this gorgeous 82-story Aqua Tower, a rippling concrete-and-glass high-rise in Chicago, Illinois. At first glance the tower may appear to simply be a marriage of two schools of design that have ridden architecture’s media wave over the past decade parametric design and Retro Modernism to form Expressionist Modern. Aqua Tower comprises over [...]

These vintage postcards depicting a 1910′s New York City and a futuristic look a the ‘City of Skyscrapers’ are but two from a mass of 9,000 picture postcards that were collected and classified by the American photographer Walker Evans (1903–1975), which is now part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Walker Evans Archive. The picture [...]

If you never had the opportunity to visit The Sistine Chapel here is your chance. This amazing 360 degree enabled view of Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, Rome, Italy, took 3 years to create. You can rotate around the room with your mouse & enlarge any part you wish. It is like you are [...]


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