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...
lartichaut:

Kolumba- New and old part of the building 
Peter Zumthor

lartichaut:

Kolumba- New and old part of the building 

Peter Zumthor

(via spatula)

oliviawhen:

Sometimes I wonder what it’d be like to turn to a life of crime. Probably the same.

THATS ACCURATE.

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explore-blog:

Legendary graphic designer Paula Scher's brilliant visual complaint about useless information. Pair with David Byrne on how to be an educated consumer of infographics, then play devil’s advocate with this fantastic 1936 essay on the usefulness of useless knowledge.
The poster is part of the exhibition Complaints! An Inalienable Right at Miami’s Wolfsonian Museum, curated by Steven Heller, featuring contributions by Milton Glaser, Debbie Millman, Noma Bar, Emily Oberman, yours truly, more

explore-blog:

Legendary graphic designer Paula Scher's brilliant visual complaint about useless information. Pair with David Byrne on how to be an educated consumer of infographics, then play devil’s advocate with this fantastic 1936 essay on the usefulness of useless knowledge.

The poster is part of the exhibition Complaints! An Inalienable Right at Miami’s Wolfsonian Museum, curated by Steven Heller, featuring contributions by Milton Glaser, Debbie Millman, Noma Bar, Emily Oberman, yours truly, more

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.