1. ratak-monodosico:

    A sectional view of the New York Public Library. (1911) (via NYPL Digital Gallery | Detail ID 805999)

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  2. bauzeitgeist:

    A hotel of converted grain silos: the Hilton Akron at Quaker Square, c.1980

    (via architectureofdoom)

  5. likeloveadore:


    (Source: designaddictmom)

  6. archiemcphee:

    British-born, Italy-based sculptor Matthew Simmonds is an art-historian-turned-stone-carver who sculpts beautiful architectural interiors inside rough pieces of marble and stone. His pieces look like miniature classical monuments and temples, empty of people, but full of intricate details.

    “To create a sculpture that catches the light and structure of a building and lets the eye wander, to feel that here my eye could live, here a part of me could stay, is a great achievement,“ writes Simmonds. “The sculptures give the viewer a different perspective on space. They look different from every viewpoint. You long to be in them, and they seem almost more meaningful for that.“

    To view more of Matthew Simmonds’ intricate sculptures click here.

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  11. raspyeyes:

    ॐ it’d be so nice to call this home

  12. raspyeyes:


  14. trungles:

    The artist is Daniel Merriam.

  15. germanpostwarmodern:

    House (1974-78) built for himself in Gif-sur-Yvette, France, by Marc Held

    (Source: hippies-1973.forumactif.org, via architectureofdoom)