verArch
I have hobbies too!
verArch
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thesmithian:

strangersneedlove:

hollynoelredden:

you break my focus. you make me laugh.

😍

[meaningful glance]
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captainlitebrite:


#my academic career
captainlitebrite:


#my academic career
captainlitebrite:


#my academic career
captainlitebrite:


#my academic career
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Back to business!
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Mario Wagner 😍
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Celebrating another year of this wonderful guy 😍 @dcvii
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Venezuela still fighting for freedom  & protection of human rights #prayforvenezuela photo cred @donaldobarros
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retaildesignblog:

Confluence table by Xavier Lust for PIANCA

The collaboration between Pianca and the designer Xavier Lust gave birth to Confluence, the brand new table with a wooden surface on a fluent steel structure.
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How are Venezuelans supposed to keep calm with this display of oppression #prayforvenezuela  #sosvenezuela
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Venezuelan government claims there is nothing happening… So why is this out on the streets ?
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Venezuelan national guard still attacking our people
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throughjo:

on frontyards…

Fairfield Hacienda house by MRTN Architects
throughjo:

on frontyards…

Fairfield Hacienda house by MRTN Architects
throughjo:

on frontyards…

Fairfield Hacienda house by MRTN Architects
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designcloud:

Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement
Video
A city is more than an assemblage of buildings and roads and sewer pipe. It is, in its own way, a living, breathing thing. In “Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement,” a video from media design studio Universal Everything, the architecture of a city takes on a life of its own in a spellbinding way.
Taking cues from the work of Archigram, a 1960s avant-garde architecture group, the video follows a human-like figure that morphs into the forms of radical architecture, like Peter Cook’s Plug-In City and Bucky Fuller’s geodesic dome. The title is a nod to The Walking City, a futurist concept first introduced by British architect Ron Herron in the 1960s. Herron anticipated the increasingly mobile nature of contemporary life and proposed an infrastructure of mobile, robotic structures that would move freely and create a society of nomadic cities.
designcloud:

Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement
Video
A city is more than an assemblage of buildings and roads and sewer pipe. It is, in its own way, a living, breathing thing. In “Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement,” a video from media design studio Universal Everything, the architecture of a city takes on a life of its own in a spellbinding way.
Taking cues from the work of Archigram, a 1960s avant-garde architecture group, the video follows a human-like figure that morphs into the forms of radical architecture, like Peter Cook’s Plug-In City and Bucky Fuller’s geodesic dome. The title is a nod to The Walking City, a futurist concept first introduced by British architect Ron Herron in the 1960s. Herron anticipated the increasingly mobile nature of contemporary life and proposed an infrastructure of mobile, robotic structures that would move freely and create a society of nomadic cities.
designcloud:

Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement
Video
A city is more than an assemblage of buildings and roads and sewer pipe. It is, in its own way, a living, breathing thing. In “Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement,” a video from media design studio Universal Everything, the architecture of a city takes on a life of its own in a spellbinding way.
Taking cues from the work of Archigram, a 1960s avant-garde architecture group, the video follows a human-like figure that morphs into the forms of radical architecture, like Peter Cook’s Plug-In City and Bucky Fuller’s geodesic dome. The title is a nod to The Walking City, a futurist concept first introduced by British architect Ron Herron in the 1960s. Herron anticipated the increasingly mobile nature of contemporary life and proposed an infrastructure of mobile, robotic structures that would move freely and create a society of nomadic cities.
designcloud:

Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement
Video
A city is more than an assemblage of buildings and roads and sewer pipe. It is, in its own way, a living, breathing thing. In “Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement,” a video from media design studio Universal Everything, the architecture of a city takes on a life of its own in a spellbinding way.
Taking cues from the work of Archigram, a 1960s avant-garde architecture group, the video follows a human-like figure that morphs into the forms of radical architecture, like Peter Cook’s Plug-In City and Bucky Fuller’s geodesic dome. The title is a nod to The Walking City, a futurist concept first introduced by British architect Ron Herron in the 1960s. Herron anticipated the increasingly mobile nature of contemporary life and proposed an infrastructure of mobile, robotic structures that would move freely and create a society of nomadic cities.
designcloud:

Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement
Video
A city is more than an assemblage of buildings and roads and sewer pipe. It is, in its own way, a living, breathing thing. In “Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement,” a video from media design studio Universal Everything, the architecture of a city takes on a life of its own in a spellbinding way.
Taking cues from the work of Archigram, a 1960s avant-garde architecture group, the video follows a human-like figure that morphs into the forms of radical architecture, like Peter Cook’s Plug-In City and Bucky Fuller’s geodesic dome. The title is a nod to The Walking City, a futurist concept first introduced by British architect Ron Herron in the 1960s. Herron anticipated the increasingly mobile nature of contemporary life and proposed an infrastructure of mobile, robotic structures that would move freely and create a society of nomadic cities.
designcloud:

Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement
Video
A city is more than an assemblage of buildings and roads and sewer pipe. It is, in its own way, a living, breathing thing. In “Walking City: Architecture + Evolution + Movement,” a video from media design studio Universal Everything, the architecture of a city takes on a life of its own in a spellbinding way.
Taking cues from the work of Archigram, a 1960s avant-garde architecture group, the video follows a human-like figure that morphs into the forms of radical architecture, like Peter Cook’s Plug-In City and Bucky Fuller’s geodesic dome. The title is a nod to The Walking City, a futurist concept first introduced by British architect Ron Herron in the 1960s. Herron anticipated the increasingly mobile nature of contemporary life and proposed an infrastructure of mobile, robotic structures that would move freely and create a society of nomadic cities.
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vampirejohnnysun1018:

東京ドームが生まれ変わる!?
vampirejohnnysun1018:

東京ドームが生まれ変わる!?
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life1nmotion:

via admagazine