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veronicadelica:

fore st. London
Weronika Dudka

veronicadelica:

fore st. London

Weronika Dudka

(via larameeee)

acidadebranca:

asqimo:

1925-27 Le Corbusier Haus Le Corbusier am Weissenhof Stuttgart - via.

1927 | Le Corbusier | Villas at Weissenhof Estate, Stuttgart, Germany

acidadebranca:

asqimo:

1925-27 Le Corbusier Haus Le Corbusier am Weissenhof Stuttgart - via.

1927 | Le Corbusier | Villas at Weissenhof Estate, Stuttgart, Germany

(via mehtapty)

scavengedluxury:

The one who rests rusts. Leeds, October 2014.

scavengedluxury:

The one who rests rusts. Leeds, October 2014.

Fujifilm X-T1 f/8 1/320th 12mm

88floors:

Hoechst AG building - Peter Behrens

(via saint-rupert)

jonasgrossmann:

todd webb… panorama of a single new york city block, 1948 @ icp

ombuarchitecture:

MUMMERS THEATER (THE STAGE CENTER THEATER) 

OKLAHOMA CITY

By John M Johansen

John M Johansen ushered in a new era of architecture in 1970 in Oklahoma City with his radical Mummer’s Theatre (later known as the Stage Center). Johansen, who received the prestigious American Institute of Architects Honors Award for his design, incorporated two major influences in his design - brutalism and systems theory - to create one of his most successful projects. “My purpose was to excite, intrigue, tempt, and entrap. In the Mummers Theater, theater goers are drawn into a building as stage set and feel themselves actors among professionals on the stage itself, in a total, combined performance. As I like to make the analogy, such buildings are like artful, subtle women who, offering love, do not give themselves, but ask to be taken.”  -  John M Johansen FAIA

THE FINAL ACT

July 2014 - The Mummer (Stage Center) Theater is in the process of being destroyed. Architects throughout the world, architectural historians, students of architecture, countless lovers of the avant-garde building, and even Frank Gehry - who spoke out about the importance of protecting and preserving the building and how it influenced his own career - could not stop the arrogant destruction of his historic, iconic American building.

(see the video)

Read more: johnmjohansen

Photos: abandonedok

archiveofaffinities:

John M. Johansen, House in Connecticut, Plan

archiveofaffinities:

John M. Johansen, House in Connecticut, Plan

i-shot:

Scene at Penn Liquors. Baltimore.
More @ Facebook.com/UncensoredCity

i-shot:

Scene at Penn Liquors. Baltimore.

More @ Facebook.com/UncensoredCity

Canon EOS 60D f/2.8 1/2000th 42mm
fuckyeahbrutalism:

Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas, 1966-68
(Ulrich Franzen)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas, 1966-68

(Ulrich Franzen)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

St. Verena Catholic Church, Friedrichshafen, Germany, 1970
(Hans Kammerer, Walter Belz, Hans-Ulrich Schroeder)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

St. Verena Catholic Church, Friedrichshafen, Germany, 1970

(Hans Kammerer, Walter Belz, Hans-Ulrich Schroeder)

(via architectureofdoom)