Included in this great work by Chris Labrooy are the Cathedral of Brasília, Niterói Contemporary Art Museum, Ghery house, Ibirapuera Park theatre, and the Oscar Niemeyer Museum.
Motherboard sits down with the 103-year-old Brazilian Architect.
Designed by AS+GG, the $1.2 billion, 3,280 feet + skyscraper will be the tallest in the world once complete. I’d be more impressed if they built 1000 meters down where all the riches are. It would be called an “Earthscraper” and would hold the title of ‘World’s Deepest Building.” Core’s The Limit!
Unexpected to see that kind of architectural beauty in North Korea, but the 105 story hotel is expectedly empty on the inside.
photo by Mark Panama
The Inspiration Archipod.
“an environment conducive for creative working, meditation, and innovation…”
Richard Phillips builds upon his previous Lindsay Lohan film portrait with one of Sasha Grey. The building where it takes place is the Chemosphere off Mulholland Drive designed by John Lautner. Benedikt Taschen now owns the residence.
“For my film portrait of Sasha Grey, I wanted to focus on her expressive and psychological transformation into a cinematic actor, separate from the cues that have associated Sasha with her previous career as a performance artist working within the adult film world.”
A 3x3x3m eco-home in which one person can live with a minimum impact on the environment.
Interesting, minimal work from Re-Make/Re-Model
“‘Why Don’t We Do It On The Stairs’ is an open and flexible concept providing a variety of spaces to accommodate all sorts of activities throughout every hour of every day of the festival. By creating two large stairs offering seating with views of the festival grounds and filling them with activity boxes where anything can happen, people can always find spaces that suit their mood…”
A look from the satellites at houses of people with more money probably than you and I combined. That’s Tony Hawk’s skateable Carlsbad manse above, and Will Smith’s Scientology palace below. You can see a lot more at Virtual Globetrotting.
An interactive installation designed for the Zirkumflex Gallery as part of Transmediale 2011, in Berlin.
Editions are available for purchase here
Designed by architecture and environmental design organization SITE for the BEST Products Company of Richmond, Virginia between the years of 1970 and 1984. Nine different buildings were built.
More info at Ouno
May this architectural trend continue. The penthouse location is somewhere in the East Village.
Designed by Turett Collaborative Architects
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