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Tag Archive for architecture

Freedome Beeach

Life’s a beeach and then you go bankrupt. Whatever happened to the plans of the Sinai Hotels in Freedome Beeach, something changed halfway realisation of the project, leaving a handful of concrete skeletons deserted in the sand. Sabine Haubitz and…

Mirrorcube

Doesn’t Tham & Videgård‘s gorgeous treehouse make you wanna book a room and pack immediately? Good news, you can!

Wayfinding signage

Creative studio Claan designed wonderful perspective distorted wayfinding signage for the Science and Technology Park of University of Porto.

Last house standing

Ben Marcin documents the sole survivors of Baltimore’s history of row houses in his series Last House Standing. ‘My interest in these solitary buildings is not only in their ghostly beauty but in their odd placement in the urban landscape.…

Monstrous playgrounds

Danish architects Ole B. Nielsen and Christian Jensen (Monstrum) create wonderfully weird playgrounds. Just look at that oiltanker wreck! And what about the whale, exterior and interior?

Land of Giants

Architecture and design are about function and emotion. Choi + Shine Architects just combined both in this wonderfully imaginative powerline pylon concept. This concept turns the ubiquitous mundane metal towers into walking giants, frozen in their step, turning bystanders into…

Eureka carpark

Axel Peemoeller designed this huge colourful typographic wayfinding signage for the Eureka Parking in Melbourne. The characters are distorted by their perspective projection designed to be legible from the driver seat of the visiting cars.