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Concrete Architecture Jul 16
National Assembly of Bangladesh in Dhaka by Louis Kahn.
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Deocliciano Okssipin Jul 18
I am not an architect, btw. Masterpiece is always relative, like beauty. But this is clearly named , only and aptly infused with local influences (Africans must reclaim this space). I think it is lovely.
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hellobarbican 2h
If you're not sure exactly what the private school and the City of London corporation are planning, please watch this film where Barbican resident, Roger, explains all as he stands by the area in threat of being 'disappeared'.
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NickCycles 1h
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Project 313 Jul 17
P313 finds aesthetic inspiration in the bold visual statements represented in the intelligent designs of
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Shreyas Naik Jul 15
It's "The Barbican" week all week on my masterpiece
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Mary Horodyski 16h
The Sturdy Stone Centre in Saskatoon. Built in 1977, it is an interesting example of
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U of G Archives 17h
Want to develop a newfound appreciation for our concrete campus ? Visit the at Guelph: Concrete in a New Light Exhibit on the second floor of to understand why our campus looks the way that it does!
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Beautiful example of "brutalism" in architecture
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Lucy Dimbylow Jul 13
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Midwest Modern Jul 16
Brown & Head Architects, City of Dayton Transportation Center (1972) Won’t even try to defend this massive parking structure, but it‘s got some nice curves (and tbf Dayton actually has pretty good public transit for a Midwest city of its size)
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Ross Duckham Jul 17
Empty spaces contribute to the , as a monument to
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sean behan Jul 12
Some days when I'm working in the local library, I bring a sandwich, sit outside, and pretend I've just left the bunker I hid in to survive the End Times.
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Sarah Frankie Linder Jul 11
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ARTimbarc Jul 15
The Australian Embassy in Paris is our . Designed by Harry Seidler, its two buildings are curved to form two quarter circles, which radii are lined up to match the axes of the Eiffel Tower and the Champ de Mars. Learn more:
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Maseface 15h
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iridium.co Jul 17
Test boundaries with your branding by showing designs that are unfinished and in progress. This can leave someone feeling intrigued and wanting more. Ultimately giving your followers the need to come back and get answers. 📸Depositphotos . . .
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deliberateloris Jul 16
Couple behind me talking about the FBI building: Him: "Even the building looks sketchy...they just made it look like it's up to no good."
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Peter Fenn Jul 16
in movies? hold yer breath is right up there
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Becca Thomas Jul 18
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