americana/tropicana
alex m.f. quicho
vancouver, b.c.
life, love, contemporary art.
americana/tropicana
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nevver:

Darkness on the edge of town,  Patrick Joust
nevver:

Darkness on the edge of town,  Patrick Joust
nevver:

Darkness on the edge of town,  Patrick Joust
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aqqindex:

Alex Wall and OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture, The Pleasure of Architecture, 1983
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thisiscatalogue:

Cool work from Hervé Thomas (temporary website). 
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withoutyourwalls:

James Bayard, 2010
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mikasavela:

One of the only two existing solar furnaces in the world completed in Uzbekistan in 1987 and showcased in Архитектура СССР (Architecture USSR), Issue 3-4, 1988. The grainy photos of the furnace in the landscape make it seem like an etching of an ancient temple, an image heightened by Helios in his chariot, seen in the section drawing.
(Some modern day photos and info at English Russia.)
mikasavela:

One of the only two existing solar furnaces in the world completed in Uzbekistan in 1987 and showcased in Архитектура СССР (Architecture USSR), Issue 3-4, 1988. The grainy photos of the furnace in the landscape make it seem like an etching of an ancient temple, an image heightened by Helios in his chariot, seen in the section drawing.
(Some modern day photos and info at English Russia.)
mikasavela:

One of the only two existing solar furnaces in the world completed in Uzbekistan in 1987 and showcased in Архитектура СССР (Architecture USSR), Issue 3-4, 1988. The grainy photos of the furnace in the landscape make it seem like an etching of an ancient temple, an image heightened by Helios in his chariot, seen in the section drawing.
(Some modern day photos and info at English Russia.)
mikasavela:

One of the only two existing solar furnaces in the world completed in Uzbekistan in 1987 and showcased in Архитектура СССР (Architecture USSR), Issue 3-4, 1988. The grainy photos of the furnace in the landscape make it seem like an etching of an ancient temple, an image heightened by Helios in his chariot, seen in the section drawing.
(Some modern day photos and info at English Russia.)
mikasavela:

One of the only two existing solar furnaces in the world completed in Uzbekistan in 1987 and showcased in Архитектура СССР (Architecture USSR), Issue 3-4, 1988. The grainy photos of the furnace in the landscape make it seem like an etching of an ancient temple, an image heightened by Helios in his chariot, seen in the section drawing.
(Some modern day photos and info at English Russia.)
mikasavela:

One of the only two existing solar furnaces in the world completed in Uzbekistan in 1987 and showcased in Архитектура СССР (Architecture USSR), Issue 3-4, 1988. The grainy photos of the furnace in the landscape make it seem like an etching of an ancient temple, an image heightened by Helios in his chariot, seen in the section drawing.
(Some modern day photos and info at English Russia.)
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nevver:

Don’t look back
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