Voronoi is a temporary pavilion for relaxation in the context of Kernel Festival 2011

Voronoi is a temporary pavilion for relaxation in the context of Kernel Festival 2011 - I love the intricate shapes of this design and how they all fit together to create a shelter

This is a full-scale concrete prototype wall was designed and constructed at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. The modules were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture. #architecture #modular #material

This is a full-scale wall was and at the University of Minnesota School of The were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture.

simon gardiner - Institut du Monde Arabe

Increasing importance of Arab culture in Paris: Institut du monde arabe (architect : Jean Nouvel ; photography : Simon Gardiner), in Paris-France.

sga art history: 16-B Frank Lloyd Wright, Fallingwater, 1935–1939, Thorn Crown Chapel

Fay Jones, Architect, born in Pine Bluff & raised in El Dorado, AR. (Throncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs, AR pictured.

This picture of a Whirling Dervish in the town of Sille, in Konya, Turkey, is just one of the winners in the 2017 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest.

National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year contest 2017

Whirling dervish in Sille Konya A whirling dervish in Sille Konya, Turkey. The ‘dance’ of the dervishes, called the sema, is a symbol of the Mevlevi culture. Photograph: F Diler Uyar/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest

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