1. archatlas:

    National Museum of the Marine Corps rcruzniemiec aka archatlas

    A couple of more images, this ones monochromatic, of the museum I visited yesterday in Quantico, VA. All taken with my iphone, I should keep the camera in the car for unexpected car trips like this one!

  2. homelimag:

    Hafner House by Hornung and Jacobi Architecture (renderings by Peter Guthrie)

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  3. Portraits of Bees
    Sam Droege

    (Source: foxmouth)

  4. red-lipstick:

Sean Mundy


    Sean Mundy

    (Source: voodoovoodoo)

  5. 21 August 2014

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    so here’s a They Might Be Giants cover Adam and I just did using an old cassette boombox. its pretty messy cause we had no idea what we were doing but it was fun and we plan to do more music recording on cassette. what youre hearing is a 2nd track dubbed over the original guitar + vocals track. we had no idea recording via dubbing the first track would slow it down, but it happened and we just kept going with it. 

  6. archatlas:

    Nature Concert Hall Didzis Jaunzems Architecture

    "Pavilion / stage for “Nature Concert Hall” is designed as an art object that unifies all main atmosphere making components of the event – space, light, video and music. Under the roof of the pavilion is a place for academic symphonic chamber orchestra of 20 people and Nature Concert Hall music band. The elevations of the pavilion serves as a screen for video and light projections. Architectural volumes are referring to existing elements in the nature. The structure of the pavilion is made in a way to reduce the amount of points touching the protected biotope meadow."

  7. archatlas:

Sydney - Garvan Institute Andreas


    Sydney - Garvan Institute Andreas

  8. archatlas:

    Water Mill Residence Andrew Berman Architect 

    "This waterfront house was designed for a family of three generations. The house is sited on the property so as to organize the space around it into a series of distinct exterior rooms; an entry court, a sports field, a shaded courtyard, and a pool terrace."

  9. #Freeport #Maine #rocks

    #Freeport #Maine #rocks

  10. archatlas:

    Daiwa Ubiquitous Computing Research Building Kengo Kuma & Associates

  11. nevver:

    A river runs through it, Sarah Martinet

    (Source: sarah-martinet-photographe.fr)

  12. archatlas:

    Aspen Art Museum Shigeru Ban Architects 

    The design of the 30,000 SF ‘kunstalle’ is based on five critical design elements:

    1. The Grand Staircase - The space of the staircase mediates between the screen and the interior. It provides exterior access to the public roof and interior access to all gallery levels. Mobile art platforms inhabit the exterior stair, bringing a gallery space to the outside.
    2. The “Moving Room” - Also known as the Glass Reception Elevator. The large, transparent elevator, will animate the northeast corner of the museum. Visitors will be able to ascend to the roof from the entry, to experience a slow, unfolding, focused mountain view at the rooftop. The rooftop space will be the only public rooftop in Aspen.
    3. The Wooden Roof Structure - The innovative triangular wooden roof structure covers the interior space of the roof. The remainder of the roof is open to a terrace. The structure gives a depth and beauty to the interior of the ceiling.
    4. The Wooden Screen - The wooden screen shades the building on the two main facades. It creates the signature for the building and reveals the structure and gallery spaces beyond. Light coming through the openings in the screen cast beautiful shadows on the main museum stairs, corridor and entry spaces.
    5. The “Walkable” Skylights on the Rooftop Sculpture Garden - Skylights on the roof and terrace surface will bring light to the gallery below. Upper roof skylights bring light down to these lower skylights.”

  13. archatlas:

    bru over høse Rintala Eggertsson Architects

  14. subtilitas:

TNA - Square house, Karuizawa 2009. Photos (C) Daici Ano. 


    TNA - Square house, Karuizawa 2009. Photos (C) Daici Ano.