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Civic Center Plan, 1925: Frank Lloyd Wright’s competition entry for the LA Civic Center featured rapid-transit throughways under the city and gave pedestrians right-of-way on broad terraces. From the exhibition Never Built: Los Angeles
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Civic Center Plan, 1925: Frank Lloyd Wright’s competition entry for the LA Civic Center featured rapid-transit throughways under the city and gave pedestrians right-of-way on broad terraces. From the exhibition Never Built: Los Angeles

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Alexis Duque: “The chaotic and unavoidable process of urbanization in our globalized and over populated world are the central focus of my work. I am interested in depicting clustered spaces and precarious constructions that seem to multiply and overflow with crowded objects in one continuous urban sprawl, at the same time as such structures begin to crumble and decompose from within. Through the use of exaggerated drama and distortion, my work attempts to challenge the way the viewer confronts the idea of consumption and urbanization within contemporary culture. To see more of his work:  www.alexisduque.net | via Architectural Review
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Alexis Duque: “The chaotic and unavoidable process of urbanization in our globalized and over populated world are the central focus of my work. I am interested in depicting clustered spaces and precarious constructions that seem to multiply and overflow with crowded objects in one continuous urban sprawl, at the same time as such structures begin to crumble and decompose from within. Through the use of exaggerated drama and distortion, my work attempts to challenge the way the viewer confronts the idea of consumption and urbanization within contemporary culture. To see more of his work:  www.alexisduque.net | via Architectural Review

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Keg Apartment  |  Aristide Antonas - The keg apartment is proposed as a program. One can also recognize different strata of architectural solutions in this work. They are grouped here in two versions. The keg wagons can be detached from their cars and can form more stable units for a certain period. A big circular window can be introduced in the vehicle’s cylinder towards the car’s side with the use of an enforced circular frame. This will give the form of a window open to the driver’s section or to any chosen view if the keg stops in a particular way. The circular window can also serve as a projection screen surface if a special tissue is unfolded. | from architectural-review
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Keg Apartment  Aristide Antonas - The keg apartment is proposed as a program. One can also recognize different strata of architectural solutions in this work. They are grouped here in two versions. The keg wagons can be detached from their cars and can form more stable units for a certain period. A big circular window can be introduced in the vehicle’s cylinder towards the car’s side with the use of an enforced circular frame. This will give the form of a window open to the driver’s section or to any chosen view if the keg stops in a particular way. The circular window can also serve as a projection screen surface if a special tissue is unfolded. | from architectural-review

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Vincent Broquaire - Landslide
Landslide | new drawings on his website here
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Vincent Broquaire - Landslide

Landslide | new drawings on his website here

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rosswolfe:

Étienne-Louis Boullée’s reimagined Cénotaphe a Newton (1795). (via Architecture in revolutionary times)
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Étienne-Louis Boullée’s reimagined Cénotaphe a Newton (1795).
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archiveofaffinities:

Myron Goldsmith, The Tall Building: The Effects of Scale, Master Thesis, Advisor: Mies van der Rohe, 1953
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Myron Goldsmith, The Tall Building: The Effects of Scale, Master Thesis, Advisor: Mies van der Rohe, 1953

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Richard Rogers. Japan Architect 7 Summer 1992: 222 | RNDRD
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Richard Rogers. Japan Architect 7 Summer 1992: 222 | RNDRD

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