Visiting the High Line: An Amazing New Park Opens in Manhattan
The High Line, built upon an abandoned stretch of elevated railway, opens tomorrow. Here’s what it looks like.
one step at a time
Hey everyone, I know it’s been a while since my last post, but maaaan what a crazy period it’s been! Butno worries, I’m back now in case anyone’s missed me ( with new sleepi…
Gallery of The Nolitan / Grzywinski+Pons - 14
Image 14 of 16 from gallery of The Nolitan / Grzywinski+Pons. Photograph by Floto + Warner
Crown House by 81.WAW.PL
Rendered by graphic designer Michal Nowak, Crown House is a residence designed by 81.WAW.PL. Shaped like a crown, the home is characterized by the sharp lines that make up its exterior walls, their white color in stark contrast with the dark depths of the lake upon which it sits. View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery View in gallery..
Morphosis-designed Perot Museum of Nature and Science to open this Saturday in Dallas
Museums, armatures for collective societal experience and cultural expression, present new ways of interpreting the world. They contain knowledge, preserve information and transmit ideas; they stimulate curiosity, raise awareness and create opportunities for exchange. As instruments of education...
Rapid and extreme scalar oscillations. Student work by Alexander Thomas (top) and Jonathan Fidalgo (bottom), prepared for Architectural Design 6, ARC 3321, Spring 2013. Instructor: Bradley Walters.
President’s Medals Student Awards are considered the most prestigious and long-lasting awards in architectural education in the world.
Gallery of Fishing Boat Harbor and 'River' of Liopetri / Various Architects - 6
Image 6 of 24 from gallery of Fishing Boat Harbor and 'River' of Liopetri / Various Architects. mini sections
Working with Color: Mixing More Than Matching
If all the What Not to Wear reruns I watched in college taught me anything, it’s that things don’t have to match — they just need to “go.” Just like how your belt doesn’t have to be the same color as your shoes, your walls don’t have to match your curtains, etc.To me, figuring out how to combine 1) what “just goes together” with 2) just a little color repetition is key to making a room that feels pulled together but lived in.