Grande Arche de La Defense - Paris
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Sense of scale, city hall The Hague, The Netherlands
This shot is taken in the city hall The Hague. In the opposite of this scene there is just a hallway like this where I stand with my camera. It took a lot of patience to take this shot... The architect of this magnificent building is Richard Meier.
Architecture | Daily Icon - Part 38
Daily Icon Magazine features profiles of extraordinary Designers, Architecture and Products, with a special focus on furniture, accessories and lighting for the home. The format is simple, lots of images, carefully edited.
Art Deco Architecture
Bauhaus Archiv, Berlin, Germany Submitted by Rob Lamont (smorgasborduk) Nicely composed shot of the famous Bauhaus Archiv. One of these days I'm going to do a whole series of posts on the...
Looking back by Xavier Beaudoux
1x.com is the world's biggest curated photo gallery online. Each photo is selected by professional curators. Looking back by Xavier Beaudoux
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
The lecturers and their masterful buildings | STYLEPARK
As an historical institution Bauhaus may be known across the globe yet its profile remains unusually vague all the same. No wonder. After all there were three different colleges, in three different locations with three different directors. A new travel book now attempts to draw a detailed map of the school’s checkered history.
Minimalist Architecture Photography by Maik Lipp
Maik Lipp aka USRDCK is a talented self taught photographer based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Lipp was born in the 70's and lives and works in Frankfurt.
Gebäude - Profil - Bauhaus-Archiv | Museum für Gestaltung, Berlin
Das Gebäude ist das größte Ausstellungsobjekt des Bauhaus-Archivs / Museum für Gestaltung: Entworfen wurde es durch den Gründer und ersten Direktor des Bauhauses Walter Gropius. Seit 1964 geplant für einen Standort in Darmstadt, errichtete man es 1976-1979 in modifizierter Form in Berlin. Die notwendigen Umplanungen übernahm Gropius' ehemaliger Mitarbeiter Alex Cvijanovic zusammen mit dem Berliner Architekten Hans Bandel. Auch wenn der Prozess der Adaption sich als schwierig und…