When engineering and art combined make hypnotic devices.
Une journée glacée de Janvier, j’ai pu visiter le site Richelieu de la Bibliothèque Nationale, récemment rouvert au public.
Beauty and reality, Form and function, Dream and constraint, Art and engineering; the eternal dilemna is once again agitated by Calatrava’s creatures.
A few pictures of this beautiful building in Connecticut, by SANAA.
Panta Rhei is a meaningful art piece.
You elevate your vantage point, and all of a sudden everything gets clear.
Nothing to say; so let light and structure speak for themselves…
Details seen at the Guggenheim and Met Breuer museums, NYC.
Take a tour of this first-of-a-kind synagogue!
A trip to nowhere at the Flashing Meadows Corona Park.
Meet Jill Hubley and her many maps.
Here are a few pics and facts for you to virtually tour the building with me!
Les halles de Paris traversent les temps.
11h45 offre une autre vue sur le bâtiment.
Before it becomes a hotel, photographer Max Touhey captures Eero Saarinen‘s concrete masterpiece at JFK airport.
To start the new year with a wonder trip, make your way to the ex-Soviet Union and follow Chris Herwig on his bus stops tour!
Canstruction is in NY!
Take a foretaste of the exhibit “Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula”, that reprises work from the Korean Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale of Architecture.
Artists and architects get inspired by raw materials. And I am confused.
‘Starlight’, by Cooper Joseph Studio, on show at the Museum of the City of New York.