“The concept of the project is simple. The houses rise up high into the airspace once occupied by falling mortar and artillery shells fired by the city’s besiegers in the surrounding mountains. By occupying the airspace, the High Houses reclaim it for the people of the city.”
New Scotland Yard by Harry Thomas Day
James Stirling, Florey Building
Currently using Stirling as a drawing precident - trying to bash a few of these out for Uni
Cut Copy by Harry Thomas Day
Ships, Cranes, National Parks by Mary Iverson
Gravity… Just a thought.
The War Rooms. Ned Scott.
Calling all designers, architects, artists…very well priced, high quality printing. Well worth a look.
For anyone obsessed with beautiful maps, these colorful and informative examples tracking the many paths of the lower Mississippi are a dream come true. The monumental collection was produced in 1944 by Harold N. Fisk, who drew in a rainbow of colors the path of past and current flows as the mighty river changed course and flooded over time.
New York, September 12th 2011: CLOG announces the release of its first issue, a critical examination of Bjarke Ingels Group [BIG Architects], with 40 contributions, including responses by Bjarke Ingels.
Perhaps something worth checking out…??
Cities by Atelier Olschinsky
Amazing illustrations of cityscapes
Structures 2 by Atelier Olschinsky
Shirotokuro is a shortened form of ‘Shiroi to kuroi’ which is Japanese for ‘black and white’.
Shirotokuro is a curated gallery of exquisite design, illustration and photography distilled to it’s purest monochromatic elements of black and white.
Illustration by Mark Weaver
One of many reasons