1. architizer:

What architects have learned from child’s play in collaborative design in Colombia. Read more.

reblogging for adorable children.

    architizer:

    What architects have learned from child’s play in collaborative design in Colombia. Read more.

    reblogging for adorable children.

    Reblogged from: architizer
  2. The researchers now know why ancient Roman concrete is so superior. They extracted from the floor of Italy’s Pozzuoili Bay, in the northern tip of the Bay of Naples, a sample of concrete headwater that dates back to 37 B.C. and analyzed its mineral components at research labs in Europe and the U.S., including at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source. The analysis, the scientists believe, reveals the lost recipe of Roman concrete, and it also points to how much more stable and less environmentally damaging it is than today’s blend.
    Reblogged from: jacquesofalltrades
  3. ashleyeleigh:

    archatlas:

    Mending Wall House BVN Architecture

    I partially reblogged this because of all the books. I so want to read in there.

    oh wow.

    Reblogged from: ashleyeleigh
  4. Wall near Lockhart town square (by evso)
Finally uploading the photos I took on my phone two weekends ago to Flickr.

    Wall near Lockhart town square (by evso)

    Finally uploading the photos I took on my phone two weekends ago to Flickr.

  5. architizer:

    Home-Office by marià castelló, arquitecte

    love this.

    Reblogged from: architizer
  6. I love everything about this: size, design, natural light, window placement, surrounding trees, etc. via architizer:

The Guesthouse by Enrico Iascone Architetti

    I love everything about this: size, design, natural light, window placement, surrounding trees, etc. via architizer:

    The Guesthouse by Enrico Iascone Architetti

    Reblogged from: architizer
  7. mpdrolet:

Brasília
Reuben Wu
    Reblogged from: mpdrolet
  8. Isn’t this where Troy McClure lives?

    midcenturymodernfreak:

    The Chemosphere, designed by American architect John Lautner in 1960, is an innovative Modernist octagon house in Los Angeles, California. The house was included in a list of all time top 10 houses in Los Angeles in a Los Angeles Times survey of experts in 2008. The home is currently owned by Benedikt Taschen, of the German publishing house Taschen since 2000.

    Source: marinachetner.com | openbuildings.com | wikipedia.org

    Reblogged from: atompunk
  9. The design, the competing hues of blue… whoa. via micasaessucasa:

Casa Colunata by Mário Martins Atelier

    The design, the competing hues of blue… whoa. via micasaessucasa:

    Casa Colunata by Mário Martins Atelier

    Reblogged from: micasaessucasa
  10. Can I like this and be slightly freaked out at the same time? That’s pretty much the conflicted feeling this idea engenders. via architizer:

Conceptual swimming pool balconies for the Aquaria Mumbai apartment towers.

    Can I like this and be slightly freaked out at the same time? That’s pretty much the conflicted feeling this idea engenders. via architizer:

    Conceptual swimming pool balconies for the Aquaria Mumbai apartment towers.

    Reblogged from: architizer
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