seeming seamless
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timelightbox:

Photo: Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari—TOILETPAPER
Pop and Power: Radical 1960s Design
A playful new book by artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaulo Ferrari focuses on 1968, a year of rebellion in the worlds of architecture and design.
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mpdrolet:

Julia Hetta
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nousthecreator:

Lil’ cutie (fast demon)
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wandrlust:

Moore House, New Haven, Connecticut, 1966 — Charles W. Moore
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wandrlust:

Successive Slidings of Pleasure (Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1974)
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myampgoesto11:

Geometry of Mind: Solo exhibition of Conrad Shawcross at ARTMIA Foundation May 29 - August 24 2014
myampgoesto11:

Geometry of Mind: Solo exhibition of Conrad Shawcross at ARTMIA Foundation May 29 - August 24 2014
myampgoesto11:

Geometry of Mind: Solo exhibition of Conrad Shawcross at ARTMIA Foundation May 29 - August 24 2014
myampgoesto11:

Geometry of Mind: Solo exhibition of Conrad Shawcross at ARTMIA Foundation May 29 - August 24 2014
myampgoesto11:

Geometry of Mind: Solo exhibition of Conrad Shawcross at ARTMIA Foundation May 29 - August 24 2014
myampgoesto11:

Geometry of Mind: Solo exhibition of Conrad Shawcross at ARTMIA Foundation May 29 - August 24 2014
myampgoesto11:

Geometry of Mind: Solo exhibition of Conrad Shawcross at ARTMIA Foundation May 29 - August 24 2014
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papress:

Great article over at Metropolis Mag by Alexandra Lange: “Why Charles Moore (Still) Matters”. The Moonraker Athletic Center (above), completed by MLTW/Moore-Turnbull in 1966, was as much landscape as architecture, protecting the pool from sea breezes and containing small, skylit changing rooms. Barbara Stauffacher Solomon painted highly influential supergraphics inside the Swim Club, further altering perceptions of its small scale. Moore is one of the architects profiled in The Sea Ranch, a new revised edition was released in 2013.
papress:

Great article over at Metropolis Mag by Alexandra Lange: “Why Charles Moore (Still) Matters”. The Moonraker Athletic Center (above), completed by MLTW/Moore-Turnbull in 1966, was as much landscape as architecture, protecting the pool from sea breezes and containing small, skylit changing rooms. Barbara Stauffacher Solomon painted highly influential supergraphics inside the Swim Club, further altering perceptions of its small scale. Moore is one of the architects profiled in The Sea Ranch, a new revised edition was released in 2013.
papress:

Great article over at Metropolis Mag by Alexandra Lange: “Why Charles Moore (Still) Matters”. The Moonraker Athletic Center (above), completed by MLTW/Moore-Turnbull in 1966, was as much landscape as architecture, protecting the pool from sea breezes and containing small, skylit changing rooms. Barbara Stauffacher Solomon painted highly influential supergraphics inside the Swim Club, further altering perceptions of its small scale. Moore is one of the architects profiled in The Sea Ranch, a new revised edition was released in 2013.