Matter, Herbert: Photomontage (cover for Arts And - Dec 07, 2005 | Galerie Bassenge in Germany
Photomontage (cover for Arts & Architecture). 1945. Vintage gelatin silver print. 33,5 x 25 cm. Photographer's stamp,... Item was passed
Gallery of COUNTER CULTURE COFFEE TRAINING CENTER / Jane Kim Design - 16
Image 16 of 17 from gallery of COUNTER CULTURE COFFEE TRAINING CENTER / Jane Kim Design. Diagram
Ever Wondered Why Popcorn Is The Default Movie Theater Snack?
Isn't it fun to watch your favorite movie while munching on a jumbo bucket of buttery, salty, popped corns
The latest Tweets from Form:uLA (@uLAForm): "offering digital prints of the Machine Collage series. More to come. Prints are hoped to raise much needed funding for my second book project. Prints are 12x18 inches and are priced at 40$. The portfolio of prints may be seen here- https://t.co/PosUIviwTb https://t.co/wWGQC1tqDC"
Insert Dadaism into Parametricism - Arch2O.com
Let me explain what is Dadaism, or better said Wat is Dada – as they advertised it in posters from the era. Born in 1916, Dada was a European avant-garde...
'Superstudio 50' at the MAXXI * poster print
'Superstudio 50' at the MAXXI * or 01-maxxi-superstudio50-monumentocontinuo-f Poster - Buy more Prints at Wallpart
La calidad grafica es muy buena tanto en los textos como en las imágenes. Los r… | Spring Tutorial and Ideas
La calidad grafica es muy buena tanto en los textos como en las imágenes. Los r... - #buena #calidad #Como #en #es #gráfica #imágenes #la #las #los #MUY #tanto #textos
Chapitre V. Architecture’s «Cartographie Turn»
Over the past thirty years something of a «cartographic turn» has taken place in key areas of architectural theory and practice1. What I mean by this is that there has been an increasing use of mapping as a generative - that is as a formal, formative, and not simply analytical - process within architectural projects. While this has been commented upon2, there has been little attempt to analyse the historical or ideological basis of this phenomenon. It is evident - and this is one of the main…
House NA by Sou Fujimoto Architects | Dezeen
This Tokyo house by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto has hardly any walls and looks like scaffolding (photos by Iwan Baan). House NA has three storeys that are subdivided into many staggered platforms. The few walls that do exist are mostly glass, making certain spaces secure without adding privacy. See more projects by Sou Fujimoto here, including a stack of four house-shaped apartments. See