Radical superpositions

first image 'architects pay a visit to random places' by francisco villeda hugh ferriss pays a visit to paris, 2012 8 x 12 cm print

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Rendering of Chrystie-Forsyth Parkway, NYC, New Yorkvia archimaps Parkway and “futuristic” skyline. Reminds me of a Hugh Ferriss drawing. archimaps: The projected Chrystie-Forsyth Parkway in New York

Absolute Architecture

Gallery of Absolute Architecture / LOKOMOTIV Architects - 1

The central Veneto area, lying approximately between Padua, Treviso, Castelfranco and Mestre, has one of the most unusual settlement systems of.

tecla 9 - A. Sant'Elia, progetto di mausoleo, 1912, veduta prospettica (da L. Angelini, L'architetto Antonio Sant'Elia, vol. XLV, n. 266, febbraio 1917, p. 155).

tecla 9 - A. Sant'Elia, progetto di mausoleo, 1912, veduta prospettica (da L. Angelini, L'architetto Antonio Sant'Elia, vol. XLV, n. 266, febbraio 1917, p. 155).

[¯|¯] Ebook: Le meraviglie del Duemila - Emilio Salgari ( clicca l'immagine x leggere il post )

Soviet vision of the future, Retro futurism back to the future tomorrow tomorrowland space planet age sci-fi pulp flying train airship steampunk dieselpunk

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William Robinson Leign, Visionary City, 1908 via Retro Future: Glorious Urbanism?

NEW GENOVA by RENZO PICASSO

Grattacieli e guidovie il sogno verticale dell'altro Picasso

archatlas: “ Renzo Picasso Renzo Giovanni Battista Picasso was born on November 1880 in Genoa, Italy. While he had a great love of Genoa, Picasso was truly a “world citizen.” He spent much of.

Hugh Ferriss' architectural sketches, 1915-1961

Hugh Ferriss – was an American delineator (one who creates drawings and sketches of buildings) and architect. According to Daniel Okrent, Ferri.

A look back at the collective of rebel Italian students who defined the radical architecture movement of the ’60s and ’70s but never completed a single building.

The Mad Genius of Superstudio

“Grand Hotel Colosseo,” a rendering from Superstudio’s “The Continuous Monument” project, A look back at the collective of rebel Italian students who defined the radical architecture movement of the and but never completed a single building.

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