conceptdiagram:

Boháčky-Záhorská Bystrica Residential Development, Bratislava, Slovakia
by EFFEKT

conceptdiagram:

Boháčky-Záhorská Bystrica Residential Development, Bratislava, Slovakia

by EFFEKT

posted on 13.12.13

alexgarkavenko:

Greenwashing Manual by Valentina Karga Not only are the illustrations gorgeous, but this project is incredibly insightful in proposing for a ‘make it yourself’ solution to making your house ‘self-sufficient’ by creating a closed loop within an existing structure through the modification of existing elements.

alexgarkavenko:

Greenwashing Manual by Valentina Karga Not only are the illustrations gorgeous, but this project is incredibly insightful in proposing for a ‘make it yourself’ solution to making your house ‘self-sufficient’ by creating a closed loop within an existing structure through the modification of existing elements.

posted on 13.11.25

(via Diogene / Renzo Piano | ArchDaily)

posted on 13.07.02

(Source: wfsmith)

posted on 13.01.28

(via Burning Man Infographic | xmasons)

posted on 13.01.28

landscapearchitecture:

(via Trienal de Lisboa)

posted on 12.09.19

imaginary-infrastructures:

“Threaded” LA Mappings

posted on 12.08.21

conceptsketch:

Henning Larsen Architects, Signal Architects and SLA Landscape Architects / Nordea Bank’s new office building of 40,000 m2 in Ørestad North, Copenhagen

conceptsketch:

Henning Larsen ArchitectsSignal Architects and SLA Landscape Architects / Nordea Bank’s new office building of 40,000 m2 in Ørestad North, 

posted on 12.08.03

elcontexto:

A21 Architects - Architect’s own home and studio, Hochiminh City 2012. Via.

(Source: subtilitas)

posted on 12.07.31

posted on 12.07.30

wnyc:

futurepredictor:

America’s wind flow patterns mapped
Wind is an invisible, ancient source of energy surrounds us—energy that powered the first explorations of the world, and that may be a key to the future.

Chicago: living up to its monicker. —A.P.

wnyc:

futurepredictor:

America’s wind flow patterns mapped

Wind is an invisible, ancient source of energy surrounds us—energy that powered the first explorations of the world, and that may be a key to the future.

Chicago: living up to its monicker. —A.P.

posted on 12.07.18

acidadebranca:

ARCHITECTURAL COLOR SKETCHES | 665 | STEVEN HOLL | SOURCE 
The Chapel of St. Ignatius, designed by Steven Holl Architects, is a Jesuit chapel for Seattle University. A series of light volume corresponds to a part of Jesuit Catholic worship service, such as the south facing light corresponds to the procession, a fundamental part of the mass.
The chapel is sited to form a new campus quadrangle green space to the north, the west, and in the future, to the east. The elongated rectangular plan is especially suited to defining campus space as well as the processional and gathering space within. Directly to the south of the chapel is a reflecting pond.

acidadebranca:

ARCHITECTURAL COLOR SKETCHES | 665 | STEVEN HOLL | SOURCE 

The Chapel of St. Ignatius, designed by Steven Holl Architects, is a Jesuit chapel for Seattle University. A series of light volume corresponds to a part of Jesuit Catholic worship service, such as the south facing light corresponds to the procession, a fundamental part of the mass.

The chapel is sited to form a new campus quadrangle green space to the north, the west, and in the future, to the east. The elongated rectangular plan is especially suited to defining campus space as well as the processional and gathering space within. Directly to the south of the chapel is a reflecting pond.

posted on 12.07.17

ruineshumaines:

America Revealed

  1. Visualization of internet distribution;
  2. The pinpointed distribution of the unemployed;
  3. Domino’s Pizza’s raw ingredients’ delivery routes in the Northeast;
  4. U.S. electricity network routes;
  5. Traced paths of deceased bodies being transported to their hometowns;
  6. U.S. imports and exports of beef;
  7. All the people in America’s towns and cities.

Full episodes of the series can currently be viewed online for U.S. residents only.

posted on 12.06.29

humanscalecities:

Clever way to show how bureaucracy makes so complex to change streets. Just change the names for the agencies and public departments in your own context!
anxiaostudio:

A regular Joe might think it’s easy to change something on the very streets they walk on, but they would be mistaken. Before anything happens, a proposal and a plan has to go through multiple layers of bureaucracy, as graduate planning student Huma Husain’s visual clearly shows above. (via Carren Jao: Notes)

humanscalecities:

Clever way to show how bureaucracy makes so complex to change streets. Just change the names for the agencies and public departments in your own context!

anxiaostudio:

A regular Joe might think it’s easy to change something on the very streets they walk on, but they would be mistaken. Before anything happens, a proposal and a plan has to go through multiple layers of bureaucracy, as graduate planning student Huma Husain’s visual clearly shows above. (via Carren Jao: Notes)

posted on 12.06.07

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