architectural-review:

Timorous Beasties Headquarters

Screen printed plan and section

19 Julio_ Turrialba con Passiflora y Malpais. 19 Julio_ Turrialba con Passiflora y Malpais. 19 Julio_ Turrialba con Passiflora y Malpais. 19 Julio_ Turrialba con Passiflora y Malpais. 19 Julio_ Turrialba con Passiflora y Malpais.

19 Julio_ Turrialba con Passiflora y Malpais.

archi-diary:

Huaxin Business Center / Scenic Architecture
archi-diary:

Huaxin Business Center / Scenic Architecture
archi-diary:

Huaxin Business Center / Scenic Architecture
archi-diary:

Huaxin Business Center / Scenic Architecture
archi-diary:

Huaxin Business Center / Scenic Architecture
archi-diary:

Huaxin Business Center / Scenic Architecture

archi-diary:

Huaxin Business Center / Scenic Architecture

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fiore-rosso:

Claus en Kaan Architecten.
Fire Station, Utrecht
Photo: Luuk Kramer

fiore-rosso:

Louis Kahn
The Power of Shadow - Light Matters.

 

instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.” instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.” instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.” instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.” instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.” instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.”

instagram:

The Lives of @yorch_miranda’s Paper Cutouts

To see more scenes from Jorge’s creative mind, follow @yorch_miranda on Instagram.

For Miami filmmaker Jorge Miranda (@yorch_miranda), working with miniature paper dolls provides a refreshing flexibility. “These photos have become for me a faster way to express my ideas with actors that don’t complain and don’t need to get paid,” he says.

"Using objects that we interact with in our daily lives makes it easy for people to understand and relate no matter where they come from," says Jorge, whose whimsical portraits draw inspiration from his film work and creative Instagram communities like @graphic_arts_bnw. “I hope people realize how easy is to have fun with items we see every day.”

jonasgrossmann:

hugh stubbins… einfamilienhaus in essex ct, 1952(aus: bauen + wohnen = construction + habitation = building + home : internationale zeitschrift / band 6 / heft 1 / 1952)@ retro.seals jonasgrossmann:

hugh stubbins… einfamilienhaus in essex ct, 1952(aus: bauen + wohnen = construction + habitation = building + home : internationale zeitschrift / band 6 / heft 1 / 1952)@ retro.seals

jonasgrossmann:

hugh stubbins… einfamilienhaus in essex ct, 1952
(aus: bauen + wohnen = construction + habitation = building + home : internationale zeitschrift / band 6 / heft 1 / 1952)
@ retro.seals

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KRISVANASSCHE Fall/Winter 2014 Campaign Photographed by Alessio Bolzoni and Styled by Mauricio Nardi

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