1. allesgold:

room 2014

    allesgold:

    room 2014

    Reblogged from: amaki09
  2. classicnudes:

Zahra Norbo, PMOM - March 1958

    classicnudes:

    Zahra Norbo, PMOM - March 1958

    Reblogged from: classicnudes
  3. mehtapty:

    1945 – Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, Denmark

    Project, awarded with the minor gold medal by Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole in Copenhagen.

    Design for a new academy of music fitted for a specific site in Copenhagen. In addition to the necessary teaching facilities, a hall for public concerts was suggested.

    Drawings by Jørn Utzonvia

    Reblogged from: davidhannafordmitchell
  4. wherearchitectureisfun:

    WAÏF: When architecture masters meet their religious clients

    Lettres du Pere Couturier a Le Corbusier au propos du Monastaire de la Tourette, juillet 1953

    "Les clients de l’architecte"

    Les relations humaines ne sont pas toujours si simples et dans certains cas la relation client/architecte est plus chaude de ce que nous voudrions. En vrai, il n’est pas simple de faire cohabiter la liberté de l’artiste avec les désirs des clients, mais parfois le dialogue s’établit d’une façon naturelle. Les esquisses du Père Couturier deviennent un fond de plan pour permettre à l’architecte de rêver, d’imaginer une architecture alignée avec les rêves du client. Parfois, dans cette situation les projets retrouvent l’excellence.

    text by WAÏF

    Source

    Reblogged from: davidhannafordmitchell
  5. Reblogged from: phylliscoppolino
  6. redjeep:
'31 Indian Scout 101 Dispatch-Tow with dual seats…

    redjeep:

    '31 Indian Scout 101 Dispatch-Tow with dual seats…

    Reblogged from: astonyen
  7. ppmj:
Desk, model no. 6200 by
Greta Magnusson-Grossman, 1952.
Manufactured by Glenn of California, USA. / Phillips

    ppmj:

    Desk, model no. 6200 by

    Greta Magnusson-Grossman, 1952.

    Manufactured by Glenn of California, USA. / Phillips

    Reblogged from: ppmj
  8. larameeee:
Cranbrook art museum & library - Eliel Saarinen & library 12 (by Doctor Casino)

    larameeee:

    Cranbrook art museum & library - Eliel Saarinen & library 12 (by Doctor Casino)

    Reblogged from: tokyo-bleep
  9. matthen:
Unrolling these circles gives fills a triangle with base 2 π r and height r (where r is the radius of the filled disk). Such a triangle has area π r2. This does not serve as a complete proof for why this is the area of a circle, but can give you some intuition for why it should be. [code]

    matthen:

    Unrolling these circles gives fills a triangle with base 2 π r and height r (where r is the radius of the filled disk). Such a triangle has area π r2. This does not serve as a complete proof for why this is the area of a circle, but can give you some intuition for why it should be. [code]

    Reblogged from: sandman-kk
  10. Reblogged from: whiskey-please
  11. The Coffee Club - 10 authors addicted to coffee

    amandaonwriting:

    29 September is International Coffee Day. The day is used to promote fair trade coffee and to raise awareness for the plight of coffee growers. 

    Authors have always had a lot to say about coffee. We took this excerpt about writers who loved their coffee from our post, Writers of Substance (Abuse) - Famous Writers and their Addictions.

    The Coffee Club

    1. Honore de Balzac used to drink 50 cups of coffee a day. He woke at 1 am each day and wrote for seven hours. At 8 am he napped for 90 minutes, then wrote again from 9:30 to 4 pm. He said: ‘As soon as coffee is in your stomach, there is a general commotion. Ideas begin to move…similes arise, the paper is covered. Coffee is your ally and writing ceases to be a struggle.’
    2. Søren Kierkegaard had an interesting coffee ritual. He poured sugar into a coffee cup until it was piled up above the rim. Next came the incredibly strong, black coffee, which slowly dissolved the white pyramid. Then he gulped the whole thing down in one go.
    3. Voltaire was said to have drunk 30 - 40 cups of coffee (mixed with chocolate) every day.
    4. Gertrude Stein also loved coffee.  She wrote: ‘Coffee gives you time to think. It’s a lot more than just a drink; it’s something happening. Not as in hip, but like an event, a place to be, but not like a location, but like somewhere within yourself. It gives you time, but not actual hours or minutes, but a chance to be, like be yourself, and have a second cup.’
    5. Benjamin Franklin had high standards for his coffee. He said:  ’Among the numerous luxuries of the table…coffee may be considered as one of the most valuable. It excites cheerfulness without intoxication; and the pleasing flow of spirits which it occasions…is never followed by sadness, languor or debility.’
    6. Alexander Pope enjoyed coffee. He said: ‘Coffee, which makes the politician wise, and see through all things with his half-shut eyes.’
    7. Jean Jacques Rousseau said:  ’Ah, that is a perfume in which I delight; when they roast coffee near my house, I hasten to open the door to take in all the aroma.’
    8. Dave Barry wrote: ‘It is inhumane, in my opinion, to force people who have a genuine medical need for coffee to wait in line behind people who apparently view it as some kind of recreational activity.’
    9. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was an enthusiastic coffee drinker.
    10. Jonathan Swift needed coffee at least once a week to write. He said: ‘The best Maxim I know in this life is, to drink your Coffee when you can, and when you cannot, to be easy without it. While you continue to be splenetic, count upon it I will always preach. Thus much I sympathize with you that I am not cheerful enough to write, for I believe Coffee once a week is necessary to that.’

    If you like this, you will love our post from last year The Top 10 Quotes About Coffee

    by Amanda Patterson

    Reblogged from: amandaonwriting
  12. archiveofaffinities:

Tony Cragg, Three Modern Buildings, 1984

    archiveofaffinities:

    Tony Cragg, Three Modern Buildings, 1984

    Reblogged from: archiveofaffinities
  13. hypebeast:

Bandit9 Bishop Motorcycle

    hypebeast:

    Bandit9 Bishop Motorcycle

    Reblogged from: designbinge
  14. phylliscoppolino:
(via Community Post: 27 Powerful Quotes That’ll Inspire You)
    Reblogged from: phylliscoppolino
  15. blog-andeol:
"The Great Wave Off Kanagawa" is a woodblock print by the Japanese artist Hokusai, published sometime between 1830 and 1833. 

    blog-andeol:

    "The Great Wave Off Kanagawa" is a woodblock print by the Japanese artist Hokusai, published sometime between 1830 and 1833. 

    Reblogged from: blog-andeol
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