In Between
In Between
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bornagraphique:

100.000 m2. Market hall

Bornagraphique
by Bobby Born
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balmondstudio:

CCTV Headquarters, Beijing, China, 2009 - Cecil Balmond, Rem Koolhaas and OMA
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larameeee:

Ruy Barbosa Labor Courthouse / Decio Tozzi.
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midcenturymodernfreak:

1966 Copan Building I & II | Architect: Oscar Niemeyer | São Paulo, Brazil
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midcenturymodernfreak:

1966 Copan Building I & II | Architect: Oscar Niemeyer | São Paulo, Brazil
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imperiovida:

At the Copa, #Copacabana. Today is officially I love #Brazil day since I won’t love them during the #WorldCup… looking forward to a visit from @casadevalentina … #sidewalk #blackandwhite #riodejaneiro #architecture #midcenturymodern #braziliandesign #architecture
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architectureofdoom:

Slovenský rozhlas, Bratislava.
Minolta x-300 - HEMA Super Sr 400 film.
© Callum Andrews, 2014.
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archimess:

Kintai-kyo Bridge [Japan / Yamaguchi Prefecture]
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zeroing:

 Coll-Barreu Arquitectos
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iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
iahan:

City Reflections | Andrea Stone
"While visiting Portland, Oregon in the summer of 2011 I became consciously aware of the incredibly beautiful abstract patterns reflected in the windows of the Downtown. I started to associate to the way metal and glass, like structure and openness, represent the tension between elements in modern architecture. While the metal framework demands conformity, the glass reflections seem to explode, almost in defiance of this structure and, in the end, seem to transcend their captors."
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eccellenze-italiane:

universita_palazzo_bo_-_teatro_anatomico.jpg
it is the world’s first permanent anatomical theatre. 1446 is the date on the earliest documents mentioning the use of anatomical theatres made of wood, which were erected and dismantled as needed for public dissections. Notable among the great anatomists who taught at the University of Padova is Andreas Vesalius, whose textbook De humani corporis fabrica makes reference to a theatre in the city. It was the anatomist Girolamo Fabrici D’Acquapendente who took the initiative of having a permanent anatomical theatre built. It was inaugurated in 1595 and remained in use until 1872.
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betonbabe:

ROMAN BEZJAK
MUNICIPAL HALL AND HOTEL CHEMNITZ, PHOTOGRAPHED 2006