1. inferlo712:

    STOREFRONT FOR ART AND ARCHITECTURE NEW YORK, UNITED STATES

    http://circarq.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/storefront-for-art-and-architecture-new-york-ny-united-states-1992-1993/

    betonbabe:

    STEVEN HOLL AND VITO ACCONCI

    FLOOR PLAN OF THE STOREFRONT FOR ART AND ARCHITECTURE, 1994

    (via hansbrinker)

     
  2. archiveofaffinities:

    One Story Homes, Design 22266

     
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  4. drawingarchitecture:

    Edward Han Myo Oo, drawing for landscape design, 2014, pencil, 36”x36”.

     
  5. ryanpanos:

    Utrecht University Library | Wiel Arets Architects

    The library, which houses 4.2 million books, was intended, in addition to being a place where people could work in a concentrated manner, to also become the intellectual social center for the suburban university campus, where students and others can come to study and meet at all times of the day. The 40 m tall library and the adjacent, lower parking garage, both clad in glass and concrete imprinted with the same silk-screened figurative pattern, are sited on the major road and pedestrian pathway across the campus. The simple rectangular massing of the library and the repetitive rhythm of its concrete cladding and glazing, which is subtly modulated by the projecting operable sections, stands in stark contrast to the rich, plastic spatial complexity of the interior spaces.

     
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  10. ryanpanos:

    Micro - Hutong | Standard Architecture | Via

    Micro-Hutong is a building experiment by Zhang Ke’s Standard Architecture team on the Yang-Mei-Zhu street of Dashilan area. The goal of the project is to search for possibilities of creating ultra-small scale social housing within the limitations of super-tight traditional hutong spaces of Beijing.