Jan Vranovský, <i>Parallel World</i>, Tokyo, 2016

Jan Vranovský’s Parallel WorldsIn the words of the artist Jan Vranovský: Photography of man-made, synthetic and thus culturally significant environments, heavily focused on architecture and urban areas of Japan and East Asia.

Why we still need John Berger’s Ways of Seeing

Why we still need John Berger’s Ways of Seeing

Why we still need John Berger’s Ways of Seeing | Dazed

Why we still need John Berger’s Ways of Seeing

Where do you start? An elevated Metromover in Miami, Florida.

From architecture to cultural life: how would you design a city from scratch?

Where do you start? An elevated Metromover in Miami, Florida.

How Hyperconnected Cities Are Taking Over the World

Connectivity Atlas draws the world's geography out of man-made infrastructure - Geoawesomeness

Mel chin In the Name of the Place

Mel Chin, “In the Name of the Place” continuing through syndication), props inserted on the set of Melrose Place in collaboratio.

Picture 237

​Tinder for cities: how tech is making urban planning more inclusive

Having a say in what your city or neighbourhood should be like is often complicated, time-consuming and full of confusing jargon. A new wave of digital tools are trying to make the process transparent and interactive

The Modern Mind May Be 100,000 Years Old

The Modern Mind May Be Years Old - Issue Learning - Nautilus

Ce (n-)aș face dacă mi-aș construi acum o casă nouă? | Marius Cruceru

house in tinos island greece by zege architects in collaboration with architect interior designer marilyn katsaris yatzer 8 White Summer Hou.

Rănile oraşului. Pisica Pătrată, viaţă unui fost cinematograf - Dilema Veche

Rănile oraşului. Pisica Pătrată, viaţă unui fost cinematograf - Dilema Veche

Patrik Schumacher calls for social housing and public space to be scrapped

“Patrik Schumacher embarrassed by "Mr Nasty image" after World Architecture Festival speech”

The non-western books that every student should read

The non-western books that every student should read

Leading authors pick international classics that should be on every students’ bookshelves, but are often neglected by universities

Defensive architecture: keeping poverty unseen and deflecting our guilt | Society | The Guardian

Defensive architecture: keeping poverty unseen and deflecting our guilt

Anti-homeless spikes: ‘Sleeping rough opened my eyes to the city’s barbed cruelty’

Curating Symbols of a Country in Turmoil

People look at post-election Post-it notes at the Union Square subway station in New York, in November

A Good Way To Measure A City Is How Well It Treats The Children That Live In It | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

A Good Way To Measure A City Is How Well It Treats The Children That Live In It

In all the discussion of redesigning cities, how many people think of how they look from a shorter vantage point?

Pinterest
Search