Why do today's "starchitects" insist on either frying people with inappropriately placed "mirrored" steel, or making them feel small and insignificant while experiencing the building or public space created by the architect?  I just don't get it.    Federation Square, Melbourne

Federation Square,Glass walls of the atrium space, Melbourne, Australia.

Market Hall in Ghent / Marie-José Van Hee + Robbrecht & Daem. Photo © Tim Van de Velde

Market Hall in Ghent / Marie-José Van Hee + Robbrecht & Daem

Market Hall in Ghent / Marie-José Van Hee + Robbrecht & Daem © Tim Van de Velde

Drawings

Rag Flats by Onion Flats Sketch

Watercolour

Mourning House sketch design architecture drawing by Pascal Arquitectos

architectural rendering

Well looking at this building, it looks like birds are flying away from the tops as the buildings disappear. I guess it all depends on how someone looks at it.

Stairs at Villa Gajdekova, Croatia by Studio BF Archi & Design and Internova Interior Design

Concrete Circular Stairwell Focus of Minimalist Residence

Gorgeous Stairs at Villa Gajdekova, Croatia by Studio BF Archi & Design and Internova Interior Design

Dan Slavinsky

::ART:: this series of drawings by Dan Slavinsky titled 'The Architectural Possibilities of a Threshold' are absolutely stunning.

House in Possanco by ARX Arquitectos

House in Possanco, Alcácer do Sal, 2009 - ARX Portugal Arquitectos

Mormon stuff worth pinning...    #LDS #MormonLink #Mormon

Love this picture! ~LDS temple in Salt Lake City, UT

Fendi Residence  / rGlobe

Gallery of Fendi Residence / rGlobe - 11

Fendi Residence / rGlobe

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