1. mnstva:

    Structural Model of Fagerborg Kindergarten, Oslo, Norway

     
  2. thespacegoat:

    IC 1396: The Elephant’s Trunk Nebula

    An ionized gas region located in the constellation Cepheus about 2,400 light years away from Earth; it is commonly called the Elephant’s Trunk nebula because of its appearance at visible light wavelengths, where there is a dark patch with a bright, sinuous rim. [image via]

    (via utcjonesobservatory)

     
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  6. 12.09.13

    (Source: earthly-pleasures, via arcticmonkeysus)

     
  7. Dance with Bulgaria against mafia on September 4th. Make a video and post it in the social networks or YouTube. http://thndr.it/19XXUIE

     
  8. life-of-an-architecture-student:

    archistudent:

    catastrophe-urben:

    rezanik:

    .Piano to Site model transformation
    [1:500 final model built on found old piano soundboard]

    [M.arch thesis- Blurring Boundaries: waste as a vehicle for a social metamorphosis]

    /rezaNiK / 2013

    holy mother fucking hell. This is the most beautiful, most intricate model I’ve seen in a while. Piano model… Genius! I assume it’s for a transit station and the strings denote freeway lanes?

    Whaaaaa….

    Holy shit. Want.

    (via architectureofhappiness)

     
  9. turnof-century:

    Haunted Tower by NW-X

    inside cooling tower #3 at the unfinished Satsop nuclear power plant in Washington State

    Satsop is known for the unfinished Satsop Nuclear Power Plant, a facility designed to house two 1250 megawatt pressurized water reactors. Construction of the Satsop Nuclear Power Plant began in 1977 and was halted in 1983 after a $961 million budget shortfall, leaving the plant 76% complete. The plant was maintained, ready for construction to be resumed, until 1994, when it was finally canceled. In 1995, a demolition plan was finalized that eventually turned the site into the Satsop Development Park

    (Source: cjwho)

     
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  11. Liz Colini

    (via idiotiquebaka)

     
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  15. arpeggia:

    James Nares - I Can Tell, 2010, iridescent pigment and wax on linen, 94” x 67 1/4” | More posts