javier, 20 años, estudiante de arquitectura en la U de chile.

sixpenceee:

Iceberg Pleneau Bay, Antarctica

sixpenceee:

Iceberg Pleneau Bay, Antarctica

(via ellliot)

subtilitas:

Livio Vacchini & Silvia Gmür - 3 houses, Beinwil am See 1998. Photos (C) Vaclav Sedy.

(via architecturepastebook)

crossconnectmag:

ARTIST ON TUMBLR

Vajda Tamas aka  @Howard0, watercolor artist from Pécsvárad, Hungary is graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, majoring in painting restorer.

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miki800:

ドット絵は芸術。精巧に作りこまれた「ドット絵彫刻」が素晴らしい…! | そうさめも

『あたまのなかでは、触れている』 鈴木一太郎展
期間:2014年10月28日(火) ~ 11月20日(木)
営業時間:火曜-金曜 11:00~18:00
      土曜12:00~18:30
      休廊:日曜・月曜
場所:PIギャラリー 
住所:〒456-0022 愛知県名古屋市熱田区横田2-2-9 倉庫1階
TEL/FAX:052-228-7587
Email:www.pigallery.com

fromthedust:

Peter McFarlane

"To me, waste is just lack of imagination. This belief carries beyond the boundaries of my art production and permeates most aspects of my life. Most of my home and studio, and much of everything in them, is recycled. I’ve always had an epic imagination along with a driving desire to make things. Thus, used objects have pared my options down to a workable, manageable level. No object is beyond artistic merit, meaning and metaphor. So why throw it out? The materials of my work are connected intrinsically to my ideas, be they tailored beyond recognition or left as found. Each piece I make resurrects an object as an idea specific to the material and the meaning inherent in its use. The history of the object — from the manufacture to the dumpster — embellishes its contexts and the possibilities I have to manipulate them. I have often made a connection with the objects that I’ve used in my everyday life or work experience: that which I know."

"The Chainsaw Mask series came about as a result of my connection to Pegasus Gallery on Salt Spring Island – a place I call home.  The gallery has a vast collection of indigenous art and artifacts, and I was struck by how similar the shape of a Raven mask was to my chainsaw.  As the first chainsaw "shape-shifted" into a metal mask in my studio, the play on ravens as "tricksters" and "gluttons" became obvious.  The fate of "clear-cut forests" and "clear-cut cultures" literally seemed to hang in the raven’s beak.  I’ve included objects in the work that has transformed landscape, such as the chainsaw, machete, and various saws and blades and, as well, objects that speak symbolically to the loss of culture, history and technology as in the use of typewriter keys for feathers in ‘Ravenous’."

http://petermcfarlane.com/

architectural-review:

Conservation of Sound
Mathias Skafte
2014

architectural-review:

Conservation of Sound

Mathias Skafte

2014

laurabfernandez:

Before you answer the knock.

©2014laurabfernández

czecharchitecture:

Countryside shelter / Altán v krajině

Aulík Fišer Architekti

arnaudmortimer:

The Chapel of Reconciliation. Photos: (Arnaud Mortimer)

mymodernmet:

The proposed Kežmarské Hut by architecture firm Atelier 8000 reimagines the typical lodge as a cube that’s been rotated onto one of its corners. This concept was created for an international competition aimed at designing a building for the High Tatra Mountains of Slovakia. 

archatlas:

Floating Tea House with Bamboo Patio Harmony World Consulting & Design

archatlas:

Castle of Mesen Chapel Jan Stel