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    inhuemane:

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    lceburgs:

    these are fucking paintings

    I saw the caption and I died

    I will reblog these forever

    (Source: 100maraka, via catherinetseng)

    — 2 months ago with 388695 notes

    the-gasoline-station:

    Pacific Dwelling for Mr. and Mrs. Morris, San Francisco, 1945

    by Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)

    VC Morris commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build a gallery on Maiden Lane in San Francisco. While working together, Wright proposed this mansion for Morris’ dramatic lot in San Francisco’s Seacliff neighborhood. Morris considered Wright’s first design too elaborate (top). He asked Wright to dial it back. The bottom image shows the toned-down version haha. It was never built; Morris’ Xanadu Gallery is Wright’s only San Francisco building.

    (Source: hideback, via architectureofhappiness)

    — 2 months ago with 2057 notes
    veggie/#vegan #padthai  spiralized zucchini and carrots as the noodles tossed with edamame romaine lettuce and a #homemade #peanutsauce dress ion. #eatclean #healthy

    veggie/#vegan #padthai spiralized zucchini and carrots as the noodles tossed with edamame romaine lettuce and a #homemade #peanutsauce dress ion. #eatclean #healthy

    — 3 months ago with 1 note
    #peanutsauce  #healthy  #vegan  #eatclean  #homemade  #padthai 
    It’s freaking hot this morning #sky #igerseastbay #alamedacreek #tree

    It’s freaking hot this morning #sky #igerseastbay #alamedacreek #tree

    — 3 months ago with 1 note
    #igerseastbay  #sky  #alamedacreek  #tree 

    designcloud:

    Juliette Bonneviot: Minimal Jeune Fille.

    PET Woman I, II, III (2013) by Juliette Bonneviot made with plastic sheets.

    Thesis Related!

    — 8 months ago with 320 notes

    cabbagerose:

    sisii showroom, kobe, japan/yuko nagayama & associates

    via: yellowtrace

    — 8 months ago with 569 notes

    futurepredictor:

    Nakagin Capsule Tower

    by Kisho Kurakawa, Japan, 1972.

    The Nakagin Capsule Tower was designed to be the perfect machine for bachelor living.  Each 12x6x6 capsule, with porthole window at one end, was completely modular and adaptable to the needs of its particular inhabitant.  The full potential of the project was never realized and now exists as a testament to the modernist desire for pod living.

    (via architizer)

    — 8 months ago with 3981 notes