poetryconcrete:

Sky Stairs, by Hannsjörg Voth,1980 -1987, in Morroco.
Thu, 31st Jul — 27 notes
poetryconcrete:

The art of broken pieces.
The Kintsugi is a Japanese art of gathering broken pieces to make new ceramic creations, using a lacquer mixed with silver or gold.
Thu, 31st Jul — 131 notes
architectureofdoom:

Gibellina: Grande Cretto (Burri, 1968)
Thu, 31st Jul — 85 notes
furtho:

Paul Maitland (British, 1863-1909), Kensington Gardens, c.1890.
Thu, 31st Jul — 100 notes
unulaunu:

NO DAY WITHOUT A LINE
Thu, 31st Jul — 17,048 notes
28091:

087 - gran sinagogue leipzig, otto simonson, 1855
Wed, 30th Jul — 5 notes
lepostitjaune:

PASCAL FLAMMER  Museum Old Armony, Solothurn. Switzerland
Wed, 30th Jul — 18 notes

Beirut - Elephant Gun

Wed, 30th Jul — 2 notes
No architect can rebuild a cathedral of another epoch, embodying the desires, the aspirations, the love and hate of the people whose heritage it became. Therefore the images we have before us of monumental structures of the past cannot live again with the same intensity and meaning. Their faithful duplication is irreconcilable. But we dare not discard the lessons these buildings teach, for they have the common characteristics of greatness upon which the building of our future must, in one sense or another, rely.

— Louis Kahn

Wed, 30th Jul — 3 notes
avenue:

films to watch, #2. Rear Window (1954)
Wed, 30th Jul — 15,747 notes

Wed, 30th Jul — 42 notes
modelarchitecture:

renzo piano
Wed, 30th Jul — 61 notes
uncube:

Turkish Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale
Source: uncube magazine, uncu.be/1344871
(Photo © Ali Taptik)
Tue, 29th Jul — 17 notes
opusmetrico:

dikua: Penn Station, NYC 
via old architecture
Tue, 29th Jul — 259 notes
opusmetrico:

The Mosque of Ahmad Ibn Ţūlūn, CAIRO, EGYPT, 1935
Tue, 29th Jul — 9 notes