six n. five renders 'the wait' series by atelier aveus in strange poetic space
studio six n. five renders 'the wait' -- a furniture collection by architecture firm atelier aveus -- influenced by the quiet austerity of edward hopper.
Heron in the morning mist by Eric Zhang
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Fall time blue elegant leaves
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Natural Architecture: Home-Grown Artistic Tree Houses
Patrick Dougherty is a builder and yet not an architect – he is perhaps best described as an artist and sculptor, a wood craftsman the likes of which most of us have never seen. Rather than cutting, planing, leveling and assembling rectilinear wood structures he shapes living trees into amazing natural tree buildings. What started as simple arbosculptures quickly become inhabitable spaces and entire built environments. Some of the results seem like churches or gazebos, religious or resting…
Blue Gold Poster
Abstract painting in blue and gold. The original was painted in acrylic on canvas, making the brush strokes and canvas structure show on the poster. Abstract art should have a given place in all homes! This style offers something for all tastes, and the rich and deep colors in this print makes is the perfect statement piece. 3396-5
1970's New York City - Page 2
This thread will feature pics of NYC in the 1970's. Please add pics if you have any. First off are b/w's from the 1977 blackout. Anyone remember that? I was just a little kid. Many here probably weren't even born yet. (UPDATE 11/09: Sorry, the b/w pics must have been deleted by the Flickr poster. I'll try to relocate them and repost ASAP) http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1296/809471511_a01ca20b41_o.gif http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1321/809472263_f6bc388ed0_o.jpg
This old pink house is situated at the old dunes, a few hundred meters from the west coast, a very windy place were there isn’t much that can grow. So the tree can only grow where it has shelter. It has looked this way always. - Marianne Kjølner
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The Many Layers Of Japan Captured By The Photographer Hiro Goto
Japanese photographer Hiro Goto perfectly captures the busy life of Japanese people who are always in a hurry by showing the lively vibe around the city at the same time. Hiro Goto's photography explores Japan, leading to a profound discovery of history and culture seamlessly blended with modern tec