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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."
fiore-rosso:

Heikkinen-Komonen ArchitectsThe National Gallery of GreenlandNuuk, Greenland
hadrianestou:

Mario Chiattone, Cathedral (1914)
rosswolfe:

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

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)
functionmag:

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

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/)
failedarchitecture:

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.
megaestructuras:

Tony Garnier |  Une Cité Industrielle | 1918
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