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.
From architecture to cultural life: how would you design a city from scratch?
Where do you start? An elevated Metromover in Miami, Florida.
Connectivity Atlas draws the world's geography out of man-made infrastructure - Geoawesomeness
Mel Chin, “In the Name of the Place” continuing through syndication), props inserted on the set of Melrose Place in collaboratio.
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
Bamiyan Buddha reborn - laser show lights Buddha !
The Modern Mind May Be Years Old - Issue Learning - Nautilus
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
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
Anti-homeless spikes: ‘Sleeping rough opened my eyes to the city’s barbed cruelty’
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
In all the discussion of redesigning cities, how many people think of how they look from a shorter vantage point?