Untitled
Untitled
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nickkahler:

M.C. Escher, Metamorphosis I, 1937
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rosswolfe:

paradise doom bubble
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nickkahler:

Ivan Leonidov, Planning of the Socialist Settlement at Magnitogorsk Chemical and Metallurgical Combine, Competition Project, Magnitogorsk, Russia, 1930
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ppmj:

Superstudio
Viaggio nelle regioni della ragione, storyboard
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ppmj:

A Simple Heart by Dogma 01
 Dogma
Dogma was founded in 2002 by Pier Vittorio Aureli and Martino Tattara. From the beginning of its activities, Dogma has worked on the relationship between architecture and the city by focusing mostly on urban design and large-scale projects. Parallel to the design projects, the members of Dogma have intensely engaged with teaching, writing, and research, activities that have been an integral part of the office’s engagement with architecture.
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unavidamoderna:

Fábrica Automex, Av. Paseo Tolocan, Estado de México 1964 Arqs. Ricardo Legorreta, Noé Castro, Ramiro Alatorre, y Carlos Hernández
Foto: Guillermo Zamora
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architectural-review:

Study of Lower Manhattan Expressway, Ford Foundation, New York, 1967-1972 by Paul Rudolph
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andypdj:

Construction of Architectural and Machine Forms (1925-1931)
Iakov Chernikhov
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tresveal:

El Lissitzky’s About 2 Squares: In 6 Constructions: A Suprematist Tale
This is a book that is definitely on my wish list of things to purchase one day when I am wealthy!

El Lissitzky’s first suprematist book is a story about how two squares, one red, one black, transform a world. It is Lissitzky’s “scientific romance,” an allegory of the fourth dimension and its effect on the three-dimensional world. When it was first published in Berlin in 1922, About 2 Squares presented a radical rethinking of what a book was, demonstrating a new way of organizing typography on a page and relating it to visual images. It marked the beginning of a new graphic art and is among the most important publications in the history of the avant-garde in typography and graphic design. – Taken from The MIT Press website. 
tresveal:

El Lissitzky’s About 2 Squares: In 6 Constructions: A Suprematist Tale
This is a book that is definitely on my wish list of things to purchase one day when I am wealthy!

El Lissitzky’s first suprematist book is a story about how two squares, one red, one black, transform a world. It is Lissitzky’s “scientific romance,” an allegory of the fourth dimension and its effect on the three-dimensional world. When it was first published in Berlin in 1922, About 2 Squares presented a radical rethinking of what a book was, demonstrating a new way of organizing typography on a page and relating it to visual images. It marked the beginning of a new graphic art and is among the most important publications in the history of the avant-garde in typography and graphic design. – Taken from The MIT Press website. 
tresveal:

El Lissitzky’s About 2 Squares: In 6 Constructions: A Suprematist Tale
This is a book that is definitely on my wish list of things to purchase one day when I am wealthy!

El Lissitzky’s first suprematist book is a story about how two squares, one red, one black, transform a world. It is Lissitzky’s “scientific romance,” an allegory of the fourth dimension and its effect on the three-dimensional world. When it was first published in Berlin in 1922, About 2 Squares presented a radical rethinking of what a book was, demonstrating a new way of organizing typography on a page and relating it to visual images. It marked the beginning of a new graphic art and is among the most important publications in the history of the avant-garde in typography and graphic design. – Taken from The MIT Press website.