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10 Things You Should Know Before Painting A Room

Are you living with boring white walls, but hate the thought of painting? Painting is often a task that homeowners dread. However, it is one of the most inexpensive ways to improve the look of your home without too much effort. Paint colors can dramatically change the mood and interior design of your home. Paint […]

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Zaha Hadid on Russian Artist Kazimir Malevich

In an article for London’s Royal Academy of Arts Magazine entitled Plane Sailing, Zaha Hadid discusses the influence of Russian Suprematist painter Kazimir Malevich on her own design work. In Hadid’s early work, such as The Peak Blue Slabs… (1982/83), the visual connections Sigue leyendo

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On View> Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting

Building the Picture National Gallery London April 30 through September 2014 At the end of April, the National Gallery will present a new exhibit spotlighting the handling of architecture in various paintings by prominent Italian renaissance artists. Building The Picture will feature works by Duccio, Botticelli, Crivelli and others chosen from the museum’s permanent collection along […]
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Summer Video Game Series: ‘The Last Of Us’ And The Beauty Of Architectural Desolation


“The Last of Us” is an action/adventure survival game  from Naughty Dog set in a post-apocalyptic 2033. Photo: via thelastofus.com Post-apocalytic settings have been very “in” lately, and with good reason: There’s something intriguingly beautiful about a landscape of decay and destruction. Just as we revel in seeing Godzilla tramp through Tokyo or New York, we derive …Continue Reading
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Awesome Illustrations Of Fragmented Future Cities And Layered Labyrinths


All images © atelier olschinsky / www.olschinsky.at Logic reveals itself to be chaos in disguise in Peter Olschinsky’s architectural illustrations. These images, taken from the series “Pixel City,” “Structures,” and “Mega City,” show a meticulous attention to detail coupled with a strong imagination. The Vienna-based graphic artist writes that the “work is a tribute to the …Continue Reading
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In Panama City, Colorful Graffiti Revives A Concrete Housing Complex

While some cities are eager to raze and replace their concrete housing blocks (demolition of Alison and Peter Smithson’s Robin Hood Gardens sadly began just over a week ago), others don’t quite have the privilege of blithely erasing these enduring — though often clearly unloved — emblems of social welfare. To enhance one such building Sigue leyendo

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Rare, Unpublished Color Photographs Paint Le Corbusier In New Light

Despite the extensive and thorough research dedicated to his life and works, it’s still difficult to separate Le Corbusier from the mythic artist, builder, and poet. Sure, the biographic anecdotes are well known—he awoke every morning at 6 AM to paint before ‘doing’ architecture in the afternoon; he had mommy issues, keeping up alarmingly frequent Sigue leyendo

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Rare, Unpublished Color Photographs Paint Le Corbusier In New Light

Despite the extensive and thorough research dedicated to his life and works, it’s still difficult to separate Le Corbusier from the mythic artist, builder, and poet. Sure, the biographic anecdotes are well known—he awoke every morning at 6 AM to paint before ‘doing’ architecture in the afternoon; he had mommy issues, keeping up alarmingly frequent Sigue leyendo

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