CUAC ARQUITECTURA
CUAC ARQUITECTURA
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fuckyeahbrutalism:

National Center for Atmospheric Research, Table Mountain, Boulder, Colorado, 1961-68
(I.M. Pei & Partners)
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fernandoalberto:

Photocall Gabba Hey para el día de la inauguración: el próximo 4 de octubre de 2014 a las 12:00 en Granada.
¡¡Gabba Hey!!
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nemfrog:

Spectra of various sources of light. Astronomy for the Use of Schools and Academies. 1882.
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archimodels:

© ikimono architects
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agatamurasko:

institute of cloud colouring _ architectural diagram
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ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
ryanpanos:

The Great Exhibition | Via
Dickinson’s comprehensive pictures of the great exhibition of 1851 : from the originals painted for H.R.H. Prince Albert 
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nickkahler:

Clement L. Dennington, The Floating Church of the Redeemer, Philadelphia, PA, c. 1849-53 (via polychroniadis)
Form > Program > Site.
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Richard Serra
East-west, Qatar Desert. 2014
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tierradentro:

“Snow and Mist”, John Atkinson Grimshaw.
#lonelinessinart
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drawingarchitecture:

Miles Gertler, Islands. Three: Subtraction. 2013.
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wmud:

3d/international - century center office building, atlanta, georgia, 1973
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wmud:

luigi moretti - san maurizio, condiminium apartment block, rome, italy, 1962
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themanonfive:

Union Stockyards c. 1907
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archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
archatlas:

Arquitecturas/Estancias Bleda y Rosa
"While we were working on their series Cities, we started to photograph spaces related to the urban. This was the start of our special attention to and interest in symbolic and monumental spaces—palaces, noble villas, majestic cities—that manifest a dual nature: they were centres of power and decision-making, but also lived spaces, places of privacy for a variety of personages. This condition also speaks of a dual temporality: that which corresponds to the time of the historic event and that which belongs to personal biographical time. This particular tension in the nature of the spaces in Rooms is caught and accentuated through the fragmentation of architecture, with columns, floors or corners calling up a palpable and intimate space and resisting monumentalization. Our images do not describe these rooms or place us in them, but cause us to experience them and return to them through evocation."
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ro-w:

toyo ito. white u-house, tokyo, japan, 1976
demolished in 1997