Cardiff Arcades Project: An introduction...

cardiffarcades:

For my first post, I feel like I should include a little introduction to the project. Basically this entire project is spun out of a whimsical thought I had just a couple of days ago – the thought being that it would be cool to do a photography project centred around the beautiful Victorian and…

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pipco:

horiesatoshi:

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Japanese Poster Design: Japan Typography Exhibition. Akiteru Nakajima, ad for The Japan Foundation, early 80s.(via gurafiku)

tutshie:

pipco:

horiesatoshi:

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Japanese Poster Design: Japan Typography Exhibition. Akiteru Nakajima, ad for The Japan Foundation, early 80s.

(via gurafiku)

tomoso:

saw this!
spatula:

ninakix:

350 Points Towards Infinity by Tatiana Trouvé. There’re some magnets hidden in the floor, which creates these awesome shapes. (via today and tomorrow)

tomoso:

saw this!

spatula:

ninakix:

350 Points Towards Infinity by Tatiana Trouvé. There’re some magnets hidden in the floor, which creates these awesome shapes. (via today and tomorrow)

architectureblog:

lickystickypickyme:

For when you have got nothing to hide:On occasion of Milan Design Week Italian company Santambrogiomilano showcased the evolution of the Simplicity project, which in 2009 set itself an ambitious goal: architecture. Glass, the absolute protagonist, shapes the load bearing beams, floors, roofs and the colorless walls, the material principle justifies the conception of the whole habitat. The glass reflects the flash of the flame, the green of the vegetable garden, the pink of the seafood, the red of the cuts of meat. A meeting of transparencies that heightens the senses.
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architectureblog:

lickystickypickyme:

For when you have got nothing to hide:
On occasion of Milan Design Week Italian company Santambrogiomilano showcased the evolution of the Simplicity project, which in 2009 set itself an ambitious goal: architecture. Glass, the absolute protagonist, shapes the load bearing beams, floors, roofs and the colorless walls, the material principle justifies the conception of the whole habitat. The glass reflects the flash of the flame, the green of the vegetable garden, the pink of the seafood, the red of the cuts of meat. A meeting of transparencies that heightens the senses.

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Cardiff Arcades Project: An introduction...

cardiffarcades:

For my first post, I feel like I should include a little introduction to the project. Basically this entire project is spun out of a whimsical thought I had just a couple of days ago – the thought being that it would be cool to do a photography project centred around the beautiful Victorian and…

tutshie:

pipco:

horiesatoshi:

d-d-d:

Japanese Poster Design: Japan Typography Exhibition. Akiteru Nakajima, ad for The Japan Foundation, early 80s.(via gurafiku)

tutshie:

pipco:

horiesatoshi:

d-d-d:

Japanese Poster Design: Japan Typography Exhibition. Akiteru Nakajima, ad for The Japan Foundation, early 80s.

(via gurafiku)

(via tomoso)

enoeno:

L L E (Taken with instagram)

enoeno:

L L E (Taken with instagram)

(via tutshii)

motherrose:

:D
Taken with instagram

Taken with instagram

tomoso:

saw this!
spatula:

ninakix:

350 Points Towards Infinity by Tatiana Trouvé. There’re some magnets hidden in the floor, which creates these awesome shapes. (via today and tomorrow)

tomoso:

saw this!

spatula:

ninakix:

350 Points Towards Infinity by Tatiana Trouvé. There’re some magnets hidden in the floor, which creates these awesome shapes. (via today and tomorrow)

architectureblog:

lickystickypickyme:

For when you have got nothing to hide:On occasion of Milan Design Week Italian company Santambrogiomilano showcased the evolution of the Simplicity project, which in 2009 set itself an ambitious goal: architecture. Glass, the absolute protagonist, shapes the load bearing beams, floors, roofs and the colorless walls, the material principle justifies the conception of the whole habitat. The glass reflects the flash of the flame, the green of the vegetable garden, the pink of the seafood, the red of the cuts of meat. A meeting of transparencies that heightens the senses.
via

architectureblog:

lickystickypickyme:

For when you have got nothing to hide:
On occasion of Milan Design Week Italian company Santambrogiomilano showcased the evolution of the Simplicity project, which in 2009 set itself an ambitious goal: architecture. Glass, the absolute protagonist, shapes the load bearing beams, floors, roofs and the colorless walls, the material principle justifies the conception of the whole habitat. The glass reflects the flash of the flame, the green of the vegetable garden, the pink of the seafood, the red of the cuts of meat. A meeting of transparencies that heightens the senses.

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