Abandoned Ironbridge Power Stations, Shropshire, West Midlands (UK). Project architect Alan Clark worked closely with landscape architect Kenneth Booth, to ensure that the station merged as seamlessly as possible into its natural surroundings. [2048x1365]
Rogers is a highly respected Extractor in the dream infiltration business, but his past work as an Architect was truly unparalleled. Only Sam and Nat, his closest comrades, know the true reason he stopped designing dreams.
King T'Challa of Wakanda calls Steve in for a
time to recruit some new team members: Wanda - a talented artist fresh out of design school, and
Scott - a master thief with a specialization in chemistry.
The mission: perform inception on notorious weapons manufacturer, Tony Stark, widely known as the “Merchant of Death"
In Colombia, near the Falls of Salto del Tequendama, is located Hotel del Salto (1924-1990). Some people say that this abandoned hotel is closed because it’s haunted or because the pollution of the river.
This hotel used to accommodate the most representative people of the Colombian elite. Then it worked as a railroad terminal, then as a restaurant and now, thanks to the work of architects and lovers of history, serves as a museum.
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I SWEAR TO ATHENA HERSELF I CAN’T TAKE IT ANYMORE ANNABETH IS NOT A FUCKING TROPHY WIFE AND AT THIS POINT THAT IS WHAT THE FANDOM HAS DONE TO HER I CAN’T READ A SINGLE GODS DAMN POST ABOUT HER WITHOUT PERCY BEING INVOLVED AND IF IT IS JUST ABOUT ANNABETH IT’S ABOUT HOW SHE PETS PUPPIES AND FLIES ON RAINBOWS AND NEEDS PERCY FOR LITERALLY EVERY SINGLE THING ON THIS PLANET EARTH LIKE I GET THE NEED FOR DIVERSE FEMALE CHARACTERS IN EVERY SENSE BUT THERE’S A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANALYZING ANNABETH’S PERSONALITY AND TURNING HER INTO ONE OF APHRODITE’S EXPERIMENTS LIKE ANNABETH CHASE IS A STUBBORN, HARD-HEADED, GRIT HER TEETH GIRL WHO SHOVES HER HAIR IN A PONYTAIL EVERY MORNING, DOES SOME LIGHT MAKE UP AND KISSES PERCY REALLY QUICK BEFORE RUNNING OFF TO DO WORK ON OLYMPUS BECAUSE SHE’S THE ARCHITECT OF OLYMPUS AND WHEN SHE TELLS APOLLO TO STOP TOUCHING HER SKETCHES YOU KNOW HE’LL STOP BECAUSE SHE’S A HEAD BITCH IN CHARGE AND ALL YOU POP PJO REALLY NEED TO GET AWAY FROM MY WIFE ANNABETH CHASE DO U HEAR ME
James Monroe’s Monument, Hollywood Cemetery, Richmind, VA
This gothic revival monument, nicknamed “the birdcage” was designed by architect Albert Lybrock in 1859. James Monroe was the fifth president of the United States between 1817 and 1825 and he died in 1831. Originally he was buried in New York where he died, but in 1858 a motion was passed to reinter him in Hollywood Cemetery. The architect, Albert Lybrock, was born in Germany but did most of his work in the antebellum building boom of the 1850s.
The temple of Artemis
Leukophryene wasconsecrated to a local deity, Artemis Leukophryene, the goddess “with white eyebrows,” known only to the Magnesians. Some people consider her to be the descendant of an ancient Phrygian mother goddess. Others compare her with the Artemis honored at Ephesus. She probably had the general features of Artemis (huntress, mistress and protector of animals, etc.) but was also considered the founder and benefactress of the town.
Vitruvius mentioned the Temple of Artemis Leukophryene, an Ionic building with eight columns along the façade, as one of the major works of the architect and theoretician Hermogenes.
In this video Kundig discusses his sources of inspiration, such as mountain climbing. I love the work of his practice, but also relate to their philosophy, which includes the idea (expressed in this talk) that the true inspirations behind architecture usually come not from our education or design magazines, but from things we experienced in childhood, or out in nature.
The W171 Alma lamp is based on a circulated sine wave. The result is this ripple effect like shape that diffuses the light from the light bulb in the center. This sculptural piece of lighting is able to be hung from the ceiling or be directly attached to the ceiling or wall. Tham & Videgård Architects created this lamp for a planned co-working space in Stockholm called Alma. Wästberg joined them as the producing partner.
I hate those posts where people would say Krennic did nothing other than walking around with a nice cape and claiming other people’s work as his… Orson Krennic was a brilliant architect just so you know.
Working on their incarceration simulator Prison Architect, co-creators Mark Morris and Chris Delay ran into an unexpected legal trouble when the British Red Cross organisation emailed them with the perplexing notice that their game had breached the laws of the Geneva Conventions Act from 1957.
The Arch of Trajan in Ancona is a Triumphal arch erected by the Senate and people of Rome in the reign of Emperor Trajan. It was built in honour of that Emperor after he expanded the port of the city out of his own pocket, improving the docks and the fortifications. It was from here that Trajan departed for the ultimately successful war against the Dacians, an episode which is commemorated in the bas relief of Trajan’s column in Rome.
The arch was the work of the Syrian architect Apollodorus of Damascus. Made from Turkish marble (from the quarries of Marmara Island), it stands 18.5 metres high on a high podium approached by a wide flight of steps. The archway, only 3 m wide, is flanked by pairs of fluted Corinthian columns on pedestals. An attic bears inscriptions. The format is that of the Arch of Titus in Rome, but made taller, so that the bronze figures surmounting it, of Trajan on horseback, his wife Plotina and sister Marciana, would be a landmark for ships approaching Rome’s greatest Adriatic port.
Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh (1864-1933) was a Scottish visual artist who had a significant influence
on the development of Art Nouveau in the country. She was one of the most
prominent artists of the ‘Glasgow Style’ current during the 1890s.
Her work was inspired
by Celtic imagery and folklore, and took the form of a variety of media ranging
from metalwork to embroidery. Even though she was an established artist in her
own right, her work was often eclipsed by that of her husband, Charles Rennie
Mackintosh, the most famous architect of Scotland. Some of her most notable
works can be seen today at the Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow.