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scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

Mina; The City of Tents | Via
Mina is a small city located inside a low lying valley in the province of Makkh, in western Saudi Arabia, about 8 km to the east of the Holy city of Mecca. Inside the 20 square km valley, tents cover every open space, as far as the eye can see, neatly arranged, row after row. It is in these tents Hajj pilgrims stay overnight during the five days of each Haj season. For the rest of the year, Mina remains pretty much deserted.
There are more than 100,000 air-conditioned tents in Mina providing temporary accommodation to 3 million pilgrims. The tents measure 8 meters by 8 meters and are constructed of fiberglass coated with Teflon in order to ensure high resistance to fire. Originally pilgrims brought their own tents which they would erect in the flat plains of Mina. After Hajj is over, the tents would be dismantled, everything packed and taken back. Then sometime in the 1990s, the Saudi government installed permanent cotton tents relieving pilgrims of the burden of having to carry their own camping equipment. But after a massive fire that swept through the tent city killing nearly 350 pilgrims in 1997, the current permanent fire-proof city was built.
SoP | Scale of Environments
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unavidamoderna:

La capilla de Palmira, Las Lomas de Cuernavaca, Morelos, México 1959
 Arqs. Guillermo Rosell, Manuel Larrosa, y Felix Candela
The open air chapel of Palmira, , Las Lomas de Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico 1959
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doctorswithoutborders:

Aurelie Baumel/MSF
On Saturday, July 26th, 2014, the Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) team carries out a vaccination campaign on the grounds of the Grand Mosque in Bangui, in the Central African Republic, in the district of PK5, where thousands of displaced people are gathered. Many are afraid to travel to the Mamadou M’Baïki health center for treatment.

beautiful block screens
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allthingseurope:

Sutjeska, Bosnia (by pullpusher)
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architectureofdoom:

mpdrolet:

Sasha Kurmaz

Museum of the Great Patriotic War, Kiev. View this on the map
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markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

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markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

See also
markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

See also
markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

See also
markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

See also
markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

See also
markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

See also
markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

See also
markcareaga:

archatlas:

Long Museum (West Bund) Atelier Deshaus
"The new design adopts the cantilever structure featuring “vault-umbrella” with independent walls while the shear walls with free layout are embedded into the original basement so as to be concreted with the original framework structure. With the shear walls, the first underground floor of the original parking has been transformed to an exhibition space with the overground space highlighting multiple orientations because of the relative connection of the “vault-umbrella” at different directions; besides, the electrical & mechanical system has been integrated in the “vault-umbrella” structure. As to the overground space covered by the “vault-umbrella”, the walls and the ceiling feature as-cast-finish concrete surface so that their geometrical dividing line seems faint. Such structure cannot only shield the human body in conformation but visually echoes with the Coal-Hopper-Unloading-Bridge at the wharf. Moreover, the building’s internal space can also represent a kind of primordial and tameless charm while the spatial dimension, large or small, and the as-cast-finish concrete surface with the seam among moulding boards and the bolt holes bring a sense of reality as well. The directness and simplicity resulting from this “literal” structure, material and space plus the sense of force or lightness because of large-scale overhanging style enables the overall building’s continuation of the industrial property of the original site, not only in time but in space."

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autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
autoreblog for CLE.
land-studio:

AHA! was a multi-day festival of lights celebrating Cleveland’s recent downtown development boom. The event took place from August 7-9th and complemented Gay Games 9. AHA! brought people together from across the region to demonstrate what is possible in Cleveland’s beloved downtown public spaces through artist installations using light and video projections.Featured artists included Yvette Mattern, Obscura Digital, Jen Lewin, and Iván Juárez. In addition to these installations, each night included public participation events that brought thousands of residents and visitors downtown!AHA! was a LAND studio project made possible through the generous support of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture and Cleveland Public Power. 
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ommx:

Gladstone Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent
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alexrtomlinson:

HUD Office building #architecture #buildings #cities #washingtondc #dc #igdc #igers #igdaily #instagood

And #marthaschwartz
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subtilitas:

Wise Architecture - ABC building, Seoul 2013. 
subtilitas:

Wise Architecture - ABC building, Seoul 2013.