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Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard & Ian Lambot: Stairwell - Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard & Ian Lambot: Stairwell - Kowloon, Walled City

Marcel Breuer: Church of Saint Francis de Sales - photographed by Christopher Morlinghaus

Marcel Breuer: Church of Saint Francis de Sales - photographed by Christopher Morlinghaus

Victoria S. Lautman: Dada Harir Vav Step-well, Ahmedabad

Victoria S. Lautman: Dada Harir Vav Step-well, Ahmedabad

Victoria S. Lautman: Helical Vav, Champaner.

Victoria S. Lautman: Helical Vav, Champaner.

Ottoman Architecture, photographs by Eduard Widmer

Ottoman Architecture, photographs by Eduard Widmer

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Fritz Schupp and Martin Kremmer, Zollversein Shaft XII, (1927-1932)
The new coal mine, Zollverein Shaft XII, was planned for central coal output, the the processing of raw material and to provide power to the entire coal mine, With a production of 12,000 tons of coal per day, it was the largest facility in the world at the time. In close cooperation with engineers, the architects built an exemplary masterpiece of functional, industrial architecture. Load bearing, bend-resistant steel frames inside the building assumed all the structural support. The steel framed facade with it’s fills of brick and industrial glazing, was only a thin outer layer. The structures were organized along orthogonal axes to create a sense of grandeur, despite the fact that it was produced as purely functional architecture.

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Fritz Schupp and Martin Kremmer, Zollversein Shaft XII, (1927-1932)

The new coal mine, Zollverein Shaft XII, was planned for central coal output, the the processing of raw material and to provide power to the entire coal mine, With a production of 12,000 tons of coal per day, it was the largest facility in the world at the time. In close cooperation with engineers, the architects built an exemplary masterpiece of functional, industrial architecture. Load bearing, bend-resistant steel frames inside the building assumed all the structural support. The steel framed facade with it’s fills of brick and industrial glazing, was only a thin outer layer. The structures were organized along orthogonal axes to create a sense of grandeur, despite the fact that it was produced as purely functional architecture.

Rasmus Norlander: Wind turbine

Rasmus Norlander: Wind turbine

Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard and Ian Lambot: Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard & Ian Lambot: Stairwell - Kowloon, Walled City

Greg Girard & Ian Lambot: Stairwell - Kowloon, Walled City

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Dayanita Singh, Go Away Closer

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Dayanita Singh, Go Away Closer

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Marcel Breuer: Church of Saint Francis de Sales - photographed by Christopher Morlinghaus

Marcel Breuer: Church of Saint Francis de Sales - photographed by Christopher Morlinghaus

Victoria S. Lautman: Dada Harir Vav Step-well, Ahmedabad

Victoria S. Lautman: Dada Harir Vav Step-well, Ahmedabad

Victoria S. Lautman: Helical Vav, Champaner.

Victoria S. Lautman: Helical Vav, Champaner.

Ottoman Architecture, photographs by Eduard Widmer

Ottoman Architecture, photographs by Eduard Widmer

rudygodinez:

Fritz Schupp and Martin Kremmer, Zollversein Shaft XII, (1927-1932)
The new coal mine, Zollverein Shaft XII, was planned for central coal output, the the processing of raw material and to provide power to the entire coal mine, With a production of 12,000 tons of coal per day, it was the largest facility in the world at the time. In close cooperation with engineers, the architects built an exemplary masterpiece of functional, industrial architecture. Load bearing, bend-resistant steel frames inside the building assumed all the structural support. The steel framed facade with it’s fills of brick and industrial glazing, was only a thin outer layer. The structures were organized along orthogonal axes to create a sense of grandeur, despite the fact that it was produced as purely functional architecture.

rudygodinez:

Fritz Schupp and Martin Kremmer, Zollversein Shaft XII, (1927-1932)

The new coal mine, Zollverein Shaft XII, was planned for central coal output, the the processing of raw material and to provide power to the entire coal mine, With a production of 12,000 tons of coal per day, it was the largest facility in the world at the time. In close cooperation with engineers, the architects built an exemplary masterpiece of functional, industrial architecture. Load bearing, bend-resistant steel frames inside the building assumed all the structural support. The steel framed facade with it’s fills of brick and industrial glazing, was only a thin outer layer. The structures were organized along orthogonal axes to create a sense of grandeur, despite the fact that it was produced as purely functional architecture.

Rasmus Norlander: Wind turbine

Rasmus Norlander: Wind turbine

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