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Architecture of Doom
"A five storey modular home clings to the side of a cliff in this conceptual design by Modscape. The Cliff House is a design response for Emma and David, a couple who approached Modscape to explore design options for a holiday home on an extreme parcel of land they own on the south-west coast of Victoria. Inspired by the way barnacles cling to the hull of a ship, a concept was developed for a modular home to hang off the side of a cliff as opposed to sitting on top of it."

Heikkinen-Komonen ArchitectsThe National Gallery of GreenlandNuuk, Greenland

Mario Chiattone, Cathedral (1914)

JJP Oud, color sketch of a housing design for Blijdorp in Rotterdam (1931). via The European reception of Frank Lloyd Wright

Aleksandr and Viktor Vesnin, Palace of the Soviets for Moscow, USSR (1931). Second round of the competition. View of the walkway. (via The dead in living color)

Nusle Bridge proposal with garage, Prague J. A. Holman, Stanislav Demel, Zdeněk Pešánek, 1926-1927

Gorin, Esquisse pour une cité fonctionnelle, 1929, crayon et gouache sur papier, 33 x 48 cm, Grenoble, musée. (via http://thecharnelhouse.org/2014/02/05/the-city-as-a-regulated-industry-cornelis-van-eesteren-and-urban-planning/)

Tottenham Hotspur’s full back Kyle Naughton tattooed a depiction of Sheffield’s Park Hill estate on his body. This listed council housing estate developed a rather bad reputation over the years, but Naughton apparently has fond memories of it. Park Hill is currently being partly privatised and ‘regenerated’ by the redevelopers at Urban Splash.

Tony Garnier |  Une Cité Industrielle | 1918
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