Items tagged "architecture":

  1. nnmprv:

    New USJ Campus by Y.TOHME and 109Architectes.

    Photos by Ieva Saudargaite.

    (via archi-diary)


  2. designismymuse:

    ‘mirador de abrante’ by jose luis bermejo martin, canary islands, spain


  3. breakthefuckinggrid:

    Puzzle Facade

    It’s a 3D-printed interface cube that’s connected to a digital wall by Bluetooth, lets passersby try their hand at solving a larger-than-life Rubik’s Cube.

    (via lustik)


  4. archatlas:

    Vertical Net Structures DRX 2013 HENN

    The focus on “Vertical Net Structures” for the DRX 2013 was a continuation of last year’s investigation into innovative structures for the design of high-rise buildings. Driven by the increasing demand for supertall buildings, we developed integral structures that define interesting interior spaces through controlled articulation without compromising the integrity of the system. Questions of structure, circulation and program distribution had to be addressed in a prototypical building of approximately 450m height.

    The aim was to understand forces as vectors in order to develop 3-dimensional spatial nets. These systems were developed and based on profound research in various areas such as high-rise structural systems, natural systems as well as form-finding techniques. Throughout the DRX, these systems were further informed and transformed into highly constrained, feasible proposals for tall buildings.


  5. cjwho:

    How 3D printing will change architecture and construction

    Protohouse by Softkill Design


  6. ryanpanos:

    Subterranean Museum | Via

    What was once an enormous salt mine in turda, romania, has now been carefully renovated by the regional cluj county council into the world’s first salt mining history museum. the salina turda salt mines were excavated in the 17th century, proving a crucial source for salt that brought the romans much wealth. today, the durgau lakes at the mine’s surface – responsible for much of the salt deposits in the area – are popular tourist attractions that guarantee a steady flow of visitors all year around. a trip down the vertical shafts that once transported thousands of tons of salt will slowly reveal the immense scale of the excavated earth, made blatantly clear upon reaching the very bottom of the mine which is covered in a sand-like layer of salt.

    Almost borrowing a certain aesthetic from the deep sea, the bottom of the mine features almost alien structures made of timber members and illuminated with suspended tube lights. the interior maintains a steady 11-12 degrees celsius and 80 percent humidity, completely devoid of any allergens and an almost absence of any bacteria, making the unique micro-climate a destination for those suffering from allergic respiratory diseases.

    (via confessionsofamichaelstipe)


  7. enochliew:

    Photographs by Mark Weinberg

    Taken on his travels to over 20 countries.

    (via woollymuffler)


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  10. archatlas:

    Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre KPMB Architects


  11. gregmelander:


    Amazing illustrations of what might be below the surface.  At the Schusev State Museum of Architecture via iheartmyart

    (via hifructosemag)


  12. iloverainandcoffee:


    (via darksilenceinsuburbia)