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weandthecolor:

Batman Poster by Salvador Anguiano
Salvador Anguiano has created this poster illustration as his entry for the Poster Posse project celebrating the 75 years of Batman.
Check out more information about this Batman poster illustration on WATC.
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weandthecolor:

Batman Poster by Salvador Anguiano

Salvador Anguiano has created this poster illustration as his entry for the Poster Posse project celebrating the 75 years of Batman.

Check out more information about this Batman poster illustration on WATC.

Find WATC on:
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architectureofdoom:

harpoonataventure:

Berenplaat (David Haneke, 2001)

water purification plant, Spijkenisse, Wim Quist, 1959-65. View this on the map

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architectureofdoom:

icancauseaconstellation:

Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oíza, Torres Blancas, Madrid, 1968. 
© foto Paco Gómez / Fundación Foto Colectania

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architectureofdoom:

icancauseaconstellation:

Francisco Javier Sáenz de Oíza, Torres Blancas, Madrid, 1968. 

© foto Paco Gómez / Fundación Foto Colectania

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arkitekcher:

Architecture & Undecidability  |  Ben Sweeting
- PhD Research Projects 2010. Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, UK
- Supervised by Neil Spiller & Ranulph Glanvillen

My particular research interest is in the ethical dilemma of designing for others when there is no ‘right’ solution.  In designing architecture we can’t possibly avoid interfering with other people’s lives as architecture itself forms part of the framework in which people live; that is, intervening in people’s lives is rather the point.  Thus in architecture we can seldom maintain the isolation implied by an ethics of personal responsibility which is, I argue (following von Foerster and Sartre amongst others), the appropriate response to the undecidability of our situation.  Indeed architecture is a good example of the more general difficulty of acting in ways that impact on others. 

My theoretical work focuses on three areas of theory that are linked by the theme of purpose: cybernetics, existentialism and teleological ethics.  My design projects explore the questions of purpose and contingency which become explicit as soon as architecture is considered over time, proposing different ways of relating the use of architecture to the architecture itself.

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Flora Drift →

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urban interventions on the streets of france

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urban interventions on the streets of france

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mymodernmet:

The Abyss Table is a stunning coffee table that mimics the depths of the ocean with stacked layers of wood and glass. Made by London-based furniture design company Duffy London, the limited-edition piece comes with the hefty price tag of £5,800 (nearly $10,000).

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lessadjectivesmoreverbs:

Old luggage labels with illustrations of modernist buildings, via Present and Correct

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