Tomatoes and Radio Wire
Tomatoes and Radio Wire
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whattheendoftheworldlookedlike:

Kuwait, 1991.
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arrestus:

VIA: ARREST US
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wellplanned-architecture:

House M | Estudio Aire Argentina, 2013.
wellplanned-architecture:

House M | Estudio Aire Argentina, 2013.
wellplanned-architecture:

House M | Estudio Aire Argentina, 2013.
wellplanned-architecture:

House M | Estudio Aire Argentina, 2013.
wellplanned-architecture:

House M | Estudio Aire Argentina, 2013.
wellplanned-architecture:

House M | Estudio Aire Argentina, 2013.
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red-lipstick:

Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse
red-lipstick:

Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse
red-lipstick:

Carson Ellis (b. 1975, Vancouver, Canada) - The Infinite Corpse
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design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
design-is-fine:

Mies van der Rohe, The Theatre Project, 1953. Mannheim. Unbuilt. Shown are original drawings, model and transport box for shipping it from Chicago to Germany. Quelle

One of his most beautiful projects is also one of the most important ones based on his idea of universal space. … It’s exemplary significance emerges in the course of its development, from the process behind the design’s origin in Chicago, the competition, the hostility and controversy surrounding the Bauhaus and its glass architecture … to its ultimate distortion in the realization phase. The image of the former Bauhaus director following his project to Germany with great hopes, yet in vain, hardly matches later clichés associated with Mies. More: Source 
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jonasgrossmann:

mies van der rohe… crown hall, iit chicago 1950-1956@ facebook
jonasgrossmann:

mies van der rohe… crown hall, iit chicago 1950-1956@ facebook
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ryanpanos:

Barcelona Pavilion | Mies van der Rohe | Pete Sieger
ryanpanos:

Barcelona Pavilion | Mies van der Rohe | Pete Sieger
ryanpanos:

Barcelona Pavilion | Mies van der Rohe | Pete Sieger
ryanpanos:

Barcelona Pavilion | Mies van der Rohe | Pete Sieger
ryanpanos:

Barcelona Pavilion | Mies van der Rohe | Pete Sieger
ryanpanos:

Barcelona Pavilion | Mies van der Rohe | Pete Sieger