SEVENTY FIVE HUNDRED assembled rambling obsessions

...a disparate collection of the everyday Magpie-like musings of an Architecture student with interests ranging from Industrial Design to Urban Planning and all things in between...

MEHTA FOLDING STRUCTURE

A sequential representation of a statement by Rohit Mehta, revealed in steps through the opening of a hexagonal folding system based on a route three rectangle. The statement can be read either in stages of unfolding, or in its entirety as a spread — a duality of reading order that serves as a parallel to Mehta’s words.

from the portfolio of Elizabeth Carter

'Junge Schweizer Kunst' 2012.

The Graphic design work of Buro 146.

'Hitzearchitektur: Lernen von den afrikanischen Moderne' by Annika Siefert, and Gunter Klix

Graphic Design by Buro 146.

'Zurich 1980-2012: Dynamik einer Stadt entwiklung'.

Graphic Design by Buro 146.

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Unnatural Perspectives | Morimura Ray | Socks Studio

Born in Tokyo in 1948, painter Morimura Ray graduated from Tokyo Gakugei University and began his career as a painter using abstract, geometric forms, later turning to woodblock printmaking.

According to his profile description in Wikipedia France, his early career as a non-figurative artist has a deep influence on his successive work, since the forms of trees, agricultural fields, houses and other elements are still created through an optimal disposition of triangles, squares and other geometric elements.

His drawings are based on “unnatural”, “flat” perspectives: often depicted from an high vantage point, they never aim to distinguish the figure from the background. Realism is not an issue, textures and hues are given great importance, and every element appears to have the same weight in the composition.

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Design for the Algerian Palace at the 1878 Exposition Universelle, Paris

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Design for the Algerian Palace at the 1878 Exposition Universelle, Paris

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STEVE LARKIN ARCHITECTS

HOUSE AT BAILE EAMONN

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Valerio Olgiati - Haus Kucher

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1991

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© Hochparterre 1991/4

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tham & videgard arkitekter

atrium house

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duggan morris architects

cadogan cafe

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