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Architecture new Perspectives by Rolando Miguel Soberón

"Inter-acciones" by Dionisio Gonzalez 

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.

Danish National Maritime Museum  by BIG

Julian Hoeber - Demon Hill (2010-12)

"A freestanding structure based on the architecture of ‘gravitational mystery spots’. The architecture of these shacks creates the illusion that gravity works at an angle, that water runs uphill, and that bodies stand at a sharp angle to the floor.

'Mystery spots' claim to be an effect and marker of a geological anomaly or a supernatural phenomenon and the illusion is so convincing that it gives even rational people pause. The project allows for a playful experience of space and narrative while opening questions of how psychology and ideology form meaning in art.”

Additional installation shots found here and here.

Everything Tidy by Armelle Caron

Graphics anagrams city maps,  digital canvas prints canvas in 3 ex. 120cm x 90cm

  1. BERLIN
  2. ISTANBUL
  3. NEW YORK
  4. TAMARAC
  5. PARIS
  6. LE HAVRE
  7. MONTPELLIER

Stunning Brutalist Architecture in Eastern Europe


The Buzludzha Monument, Spomenik, the Navy Most Bridge, the Monument to The Battle of Bash-Aparan, Institue of Robotics And Technical Cybernetics are examples of Brutalist Architecture a  style of architecture that flourished from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, spawned from the modernist architectural movement. Learn more of Brutalist architecture with this great buildings here: http://goo.gl/CGydbp

Bridge pavillion by Zaha Hadid

The Most Beautiful Metro Stations In The World.

Arrivals, departures, meetings, the clash of different people… Subway stations are more than just a central location for travellers. In fact, they represent the lively background for everyday life and drama while offering intimate insight: first a heartbreaking farewell, then a joyful welcome: a location that serves as a stage for personal plays. Here are some of the most beautiful Metro stations of the world (click on the name of each one if you want to see more): 1.Formosa Boulevard Station, Taiwan. 2. Rådhuset, Stockholm 3.Stadium Stations Stockholm 4.Elektrozavodskaya Station, Moscow 5.O’hare Station Chicago 6.T-Centralen Station, Stockholm 7.Westfriedhof Statoin, Munich 8.Marienplatz Station, Munich 9. Olaias Station, Lisbon 10.Drassanes Station, Barcelona . See the 15 most beautiful station here.

Banpo bridge, Seoul, South Korea

 Kunsthaus Graz, by Sir Peter Cook and Colin Fournier

LED installation by  Jennifer Wen Ma and Zheng Jianwei 

Beijing National Aquatics Center (the Water Cube) new interactive LED installation by  Jennifer Wen Ma and Zheng Jianwei 

Installations by Esther Stocker

Staedel Museum extension by schneider+schumacher 

Museum of Art and History by Onionlab

Onionlab made the Museum of Art and History in Geneva ‘disintegrate’ and take on various shapes at the 2013 Mapping Festival. 

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