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betonbabe:

BUCKMINSTER FULLER PATENT DRAWING FOR A WORLD MAP PROJECTION BASED ON THE CUBOCTAHEDRON, 1946

betonbabe:

BUCKMINSTER FULLER

PATENT DRAWING FOR A WORLD MAP PROJECTION BASED ON THE CUBOCTAHEDRON, 1946

joshuapmgreen:

GIORGIO GRASSI, LABORATORY, PAULLO, ITALY, 1969 

joshuapmgreen:

GIORGIO GRASSI, LABORATORY, PAULLO, ITALY, 1969 

cemilal:

3d printed clock.

The good thing is it isn’t finished.

Laser sintred nylon powder clock and hands, with a clock motor installed in the back.

cargocollective.com/diligence

© stuart wade www.stuartdwade.com

archiveofaffinities:

Richard K. Thomas, Space-Partition System Based on Hexagonal Cells

archiveofaffinities:

Richard K. Thomas, Space-Partition System Based on Hexagonal Cells

fiore-rosso:

santiago calatrava | the  fine arts museum [milwaukee. wisconsin].
[nick kessler photography]

fiore-rosso:

santiago calatrava | the  fine arts museum [milwaukee. wisconsin].

[nick kessler photography]

flowersandconcrete:

Milam Residence
Paul Rudolph, 1959-61

flowersandconcrete:

Milam Residence

Paul Rudolph, 1959-61

remash:

auditorium at the convent of sant francesc ~ david closes

remash:

auditorium at the convent of sant francesc ~ david closes

architectural-review:

Iakov Chernikov. Chernikob was a key but orbital figure in constructivism. He shared a common grounding in Constructivist philosophy with many others but chose to work alone. Chernikov was known as an tireless student and professor who never really got much built, but published a large number of  books on Constructivist architectural theory.

architectural-review:

Iakov Chernikov. Chernikob was a key but orbital figure in constructivism. He shared a common grounding in Constructivist philosophy with many others but chose to work alone. Chernikov was known as an tireless student and professor who never really got much built, but published a large number of  books on Constructivist architectural theory.

hiromitsu:

untitled by Cody Cobb on Flickr.

hiromitsu:

untitled by Cody Cobb on Flickr.

betonbabe:

BUCKMINSTER FULLER PATENT DRAWING FOR A WORLD MAP PROJECTION BASED ON THE CUBOCTAHEDRON, 1946

betonbabe:

BUCKMINSTER FULLER

PATENT DRAWING FOR A WORLD MAP PROJECTION BASED ON THE CUBOCTAHEDRON, 1946

joshuapmgreen:

GIORGIO GRASSI, LABORATORY, PAULLO, ITALY, 1969 

joshuapmgreen:

GIORGIO GRASSI, LABORATORY, PAULLO, ITALY, 1969 

cemilal:

3d printed clock.

The good thing is it isn’t finished.

Laser sintred nylon powder clock and hands, with a clock motor installed in the back.

cargocollective.com/diligence

© stuart wade www.stuartdwade.com

archiveofaffinities:

Richard K. Thomas, Space-Partition System Based on Hexagonal Cells

archiveofaffinities:

Richard K. Thomas, Space-Partition System Based on Hexagonal Cells

fiore-rosso:

santiago calatrava | the  fine arts museum [milwaukee. wisconsin].
[nick kessler photography]

fiore-rosso:

santiago calatrava | the  fine arts museum [milwaukee. wisconsin].

[nick kessler photography]

subtilitas:

Zamp Kelp - Millenniumview tower, Bückeburg 2000. 

subtilitas:

Zamp Kelp - Millenniumview tower, Bückeburg 2000. 

metalhearts:

crochet playground by Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam

flowersandconcrete:

Milam Residence
Paul Rudolph, 1959-61

flowersandconcrete:

Milam Residence

Paul Rudolph, 1959-61

remash:

auditorium at the convent of sant francesc ~ david closes

remash:

auditorium at the convent of sant francesc ~ david closes

architectural-review:

Iakov Chernikov. Chernikob was a key but orbital figure in constructivism. He shared a common grounding in Constructivist philosophy with many others but chose to work alone. Chernikov was known as an tireless student and professor who never really got much built, but published a large number of  books on Constructivist architectural theory.

architectural-review:

Iakov Chernikov. Chernikob was a key but orbital figure in constructivism. He shared a common grounding in Constructivist philosophy with many others but chose to work alone. Chernikov was known as an tireless student and professor who never really got much built, but published a large number of  books on Constructivist architectural theory.

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