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erdalinci:

Light Dome  ver2, 2014 , Istanbul

In the background  Kılıç Ali Paşa Mosque designed and built between 1580 and 1587 by Mimar Sinan. And on the left side Tophane Fountain is a rococo style public fountain  dated back to 18th century.  
This piece is a  GIF version of the original FHD video work.

erdalinci:

Light Dome  ver2, 2014 , Istanbul

In the background  Kılıç Ali Paşa Mosque designed and built between 1580 and 1587 by Mimar Sinan. And on the left side Tophane Fountain is a rococo style public fountain  dated back to 18th century.  

This piece is a  GIF version of the original FHD video work.

sebastianandthesea:


Barcelona, Spain

CAN I LIVE HERE, PLEASE?

sebastianandthesea:

Barcelona, Spain

CAN I LIVE HERE, PLEASE?

(Source: yarathearabizi)

mashable:

Food Art Photography Ilustrates Delicious Side of European Capitals

International travel has never looked so appetizing.

(via lord-kitschener)

likeafieldmouse:

James Turrell - Blue Planet Sky (2004)

alfiusdebux:

Stuart Davis (American, 1894-1964). Place des Vosges, No. 2, 1928. Oil on canvas. 25 3/8 x 36 1/4 in. (64 x 92 cm)

alfiusdebux:

Stuart Davis (American, 1894-1964). Place des Vosges, No. 2, 1928. Oil on canvas. 25 3/8 x 36 1/4 in. (64 x 92 cm)

(Source: vjeranski, via mure-ours)

visitheworld:

Desenzano del Garda, Lombardy / Italy (by Mauro Bricchetti).

visitheworld:

Desenzano del Garda, Lombardy / Italy (by ).

cardboardamerica:

Hotel Wolcott - New York, New York
New York City 31st Street off Fifth Avenue

cardboardamerica:

Hotel Wolcott - New York, New York

New York City
31st Street off Fifth Avenue

bluepueblo:

Snowy, Hallstatt, Austria
photo via kali

bluepueblo:

Snowy, Hallstatt, Austria

photo via kali

kcovo:

Vintage travel poster of Florence

kcovo:

Vintage travel poster of Florence

ryanpanos:

Arc de Triomphe – From the Waste of a Civilization | Markus Jeschaunig | Via

In our culture bread is a symbol for safeguarding the basic existence. The consumer society lives by the idea that resources are available indefinitely. The industrialized world consumes more than it needs and less than it buys. In Austria, a country with about 8 million inhabitants, annually 170,000 tons of enjoyable food end up in the trash, 70,000 tons of it is bread. For the production, transport and disposal of goods and foods, large amounts of resources are required. To waste these raises questions about consumer behavior. Just the amount of wasted food in Europe could feed twice the hungry of the world. A new balance between economy and ecology is necessary.

The “Arc de Triomphe”, which was realized in the context of “street gallery – Lendwirbel Festival 2012″ in Graz (AT), accounts a global capitalist system that has passed the zenith of infinite growth. The “Arc de Triomphe” enlightens a dark aspect of our behavior  – waste production.

ryanpanos:

The Child and the Vertical City | Elly Ward | Via

The continuing housing crisis provides an opportunity to re-examine post-war ideas about how to accommodate the city’s workers and their families in our increasingly vertical city. This proposal for a 32 storey tower revisits ‘streets-in-the-sky’ as articulated by the Smithson’s and other architects of that era and takes the theory to its absolute zenith with a one mile long continuous street spiralling upwards through its interior.

The design could be described as ‘Park Hill meets the Guggenheim’ and aspires to a vertical neighbourhood that embraces and encourages civic interaction, where the morning school run and the daily commute circumnavigate each other, and the milk delivery and rubbish collection take place centre stage on the street.  

manifest05:

The Television Center in Almaty (Alma-Ata), Kazakhstan, 1996. The building was built during the Soviet Era and unfortunately lacks information about its architect and construction date. It was inspired by the historical cities of Central Asia, whose regional capital was Almaty. The design recalls the Persian muqarnas (complicated geometric niches and domes clad in tiles or mirror) of the mosques and madrasas of Registan, Bukhara, and Khiva. The style was adapted to the cityscape by using metal cladding and glass.

(Source: artchipel, via infirmitas)