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Museum on the Seashore, Brazil, 1951 (Project) Lina Bo Bardi

Museum on the Seashore, Brazil, 1951 (Project) Lina Bo Bardi

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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Synagogue, Negev Desert, Israel, 1967-69
(Alfred Neumann & Zvi Hecker)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Synagogue, Negev Desert, Israel, 1967-69

(Alfred Neumann & Zvi Hecker)

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But is it Architecture?* | Beniamino Servino →

fabriciomora:

Which are the limits between representation and architecture? [if there’s a limit]. This question poses on discussion the interesting topic of representation and its importance in the architectural scenario. If representation is one of the most powerful tools that architects have to communicate its ideas, to produce critical thinking, and as part of the design process; maybe it is important to reflect about the role of “paper architecture” as means of create a whole new world.

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planetaryfolklore:

thepapercity:
Scamscraper, with Hannes Frykholm 
Published in The Book of Mazes by Deseopolis / Cristian

planetaryfolklore:

thepapercity:

Scamscraper, with Hannes Frykholm 

Published in The Book of Mazes by Deseopolis / Cristian

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