1. Mivtachim Sanitarium,  Zichron Ya’akov, Israel, 1968Jacob Rechter

    Mivtachim Sanitarium,  Zichron Ya’akov, Israel, 1968
    Jacob Rechter

  2. Saint Mary’s Cathedral, San Francisco, 1971

    Pier Luigi Nervi

  3. Jul 16th 2013

    16:27

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    reblogged from: onsomething

    tags: architecture

    Kaze-no-Oka Crematorium, Nakatsu, Japan, 1997Fumihiko Maki

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    Kaze-no-Oka Crematorium, Nakatsu, Japan, 1997
    Fumihiko Maki

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  4. Jul 15th 2013

    15:32

    note(s): 349

    reblogged from: redhousecanada

    tags: architectureconcrete

    Waterford City Library, Ireland.(by Arnout Fonck)
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    Waterford City Library, Ireland.
    (by Arnout Fonck)

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  5. 10:09

    note(s): 6

    reblogged from: analogia

    tags: architecturecorbdrawing

    Corbu contra academicism, from an autograph album, Residencia de Estudiante, Madrid, 1928: sketch featuring a guitar, Le Corbusier straddled on donkey with his books on either side, and, in the background, the Escorial monastery.
Inscription: «No, Mr. Guitar, the young do not run after money, because they are busy breaking down the old windmills!
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    Corbu contra academicism, from an autograph album, Residencia de Estudiante, Madrid, 1928: sketch featuring a guitar, Le Corbusier straddled on donkey with his books on either side, and, in the background, the Escorial monastery.

    Inscription: «No, Mr. Guitar, the young do not run after money, because they are busy breaking down the old windmills!

    ( via : analogia )

  6. Bridge Restaurant | Restaurant built like a bridge over a road or motorway

    (Photos) 1967 “Montepulciano” Autogrill PAVESI | ArchitectAngelo Bianchetti (1911-1994)

    Bianchetti introduced this concept to Europe in 1959. He built nine bridge restaurants for Italian food chain Pavesi.

    Via: 1 | 2

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  7. 12:49

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    reblogged from: ryanpanos

    tags: architecturecorbusierdrawing

    Le Corbusier at MOMA via ArchPaper

    Arguably the most influential member of the first generation of modernists, Le Corbusier fashioned himself into a myth with an invented name, catchy polemics, and doctrinaire and legitimately revolutionary architecture. A new exhibition at MoMA seeks to flesh out the man behind the signature glasses with the largest collection of his architectural drawings, urban plans, sketches, paintings, photographs, and writings ever seen in New York. Drawn from MoMA’s collection as well as the Le Corbusier Foundation, Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes focuses on four types of landscapes at different scales: found objects, the domestic, the modern city, and planned territories.

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  8. Jun 28th 2013

    11:42

    note(s): 541

    reblogged from: momaps1

    tags: architecturenycps1

    Far and away…….the Best PS1 Young Architects Pavillion to date! Hands down…No competition
momaps1:

For #throwbackthurs, a photo of our courtyard from the turn of the millennium featuring that year’s winning YAP design “Dunescape” by SHoP (2000). The 2013 YAP winner “Party Wall” by CODA opens TOMORROW! #tbt

    Far and away…….the Best PS1 Young Architects Pavillion to date! Hands down…No competition

    momaps1:

    For #throwbackthurs, a photo of our courtyard from the turn of the millennium featuring that year’s winning YAP design “Dunescape” by SHoP (2000). The 2013 YAP winner “Party Wall” by CODA opens TOMORROW! #tbt

  9. Everyday hidden gems in the city 

Midtown Precinct South
357 West 35 St, NY, NY

    Everyday hidden gems in the city

    Midtown Precinct South
    357 West 35 St, NY, NY

  10. 08:09

    note(s): 172

    reblogged from: architectural-review

    tags: architecturedrawingUN

    Yesterday, I spent the day at the United Nations so this seemed like an appropriate reblog.

European Embassy (New York), Fabrizio Furiassi and Giulia Caterina Verga
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    Yesterday, I spent the day at the United Nations so this seemed like an appropriate reblog.

    European Embassy (New York), Fabrizio Furiassi and Giulia Caterina Verga

    (via: architectural-review)