Robin Evans reviews Daniel Libeskind's Chamber Works, interpreting them as the root of a new architecture, an architecture based in the drawing as much as building.
A few startling images from photographer Christopher Morris of a New York metro long gone, covered in graffiti art and populated by fabulously embarrassing 1980s fashion. Check out the crazy reality of a metro long past imaged in these photos.
"11 Weeks of Michael Hays" : Archizoom : No-Stop City, 1971:
Archizoom's image-driven elaboration of rampant consumerism and capitalism and how architecture should be refashioned to exacerbate and exploit that. Super fun, and super scary.
Check out this collection of whimsical and hysterical photos whose subtle sarcasm will put a smile on your face and get you ready for the weekend.
Christine Zona's photo project, featured on the blog this week, is a happy and beautiful series of skillfully produced images. But in addition to their obvious appeal, they are a deeply fascinating study in how Nostalgia can produce true artifacts of memory, through Image and material objects.
A memorable photo project by Christine Zona, recapturing the artist's childhood memories of the Jersey Shore.
Deeply intriguing images, from two different artists, of contemporary cultural icons merged with 20th century counterparts. Highly affective and even slightly unsettling.
Just a few dozen brilliant collages, from Lisbon-based artist Hugo Barros, that strongly evoke the theory-heavy collage work of the post-mods as well as the brilliant Stanley Kubrick (!!).
Arch. that makes me jealous, and a few image/photo related projects that will make your day.
After two bleak weeks in the design blogosphere, here are our 11 favorite projects to inspire you and lift your spirits, and generally get you caught up on what's awesome. This week features some awesome arch., some miscellaneous projects (including one badass installation), and some fabulous images for your appreciation.