1. archilovers:

    A pavilion of 20 m2 floor space to be constructed in a protected natural area in Muttersholtz, Alsace. With a limited budget of 7000 Euro, the commission allowed to seek for a precise and careful architecture.

    Find more at: http://bit.ly/1eDsxpC

    Observatoire - Muttersholtz, France by Atelier 56 S

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  6. subtilitas:

    Takahashi Maki - White hut, Saitama 2012. Via, photos (C) Shinkenchiku-sha.


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    The Berlin Wall made news every day. From morning till night we read saw, heard: the Wall of Shame, the Wall of Infamy, the Iron Curtain…

    In the end, a wall which deserved to fall, fell. But other walls sprouted and continue sprouting across the world. Though they are much larger than the one in Berlin, we rarely hear of them.

    Little is said about the wall the United States is building along the Mexican border, and less is said about the barbed-wire barriers surrounding the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla on the African coast.

    Practically nothing is said about the West Bank Wall, which perpetuates the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands and will be fifteen times longer than the Berlin Wall. And nothing, nothing at all, is said about the Morocco Wall, which perpetuates the seizure of the Saharan homeland by the Kingdom of Morocco, and is sixty times the length of the Berlin Wall.

    Why are some walls so loud and others mute?


    Eduardo Galeano in Mirrors: Stories of Almost Everyone  (via penultimateairbender)

    because some walls are for white people

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  9. We tend, as a society, to consider buildings, places, in isolation. But everything has context. Here are some good, famous, examples of how context can change the thing itself.

  10. (Source: dustdb)