Mebsite II
  1. yesihaveathousandtongues:

    Sommerfeld house, 1920s.

    1. Front Door (Joost Schmidt)
    2. Entrance Hall (carvings by Joost Schmidt and chair by Marcel Breuer)

  2. harrythomasday:

    The Restored Commonwealth Club

    http://adamjbell.tumblr.com/

     

    Members enter the club and undergo a number of rituals to depart their original realm and enter the realm of the club, the cloakroom is the main point of transition, disrobing and re-assembling. 

    The club has gone through a number of transitions in line with the state of the empire and the development of the Commonwealth, the ideological charge is released through the club’s details.

    The realm of the Restored Commonwealth is manipulated by the movement of the Empire Clock.

    The hands do not just indicate the time (past / present / future) they also dictate the spaces that occupy the realm at that given moment.

    This results in a realm that is in a constant state of flux, jumping time, space and gravity.

    The mnemonic details of The Restored Commonwealth Club considers the design of human / non-human interfaces fusing the role of the member and the detail, resulting in the interwoven fabric of the gentlemen’s/non-anthropocentric club.

    The Restored Commonwealth Club - film

    http://vimeo.com/97053372

  3. juju-be-art:

Bruce Nauman,De la main à la bouche, 1967, cire sur tissu, 71,1 x 26,4 x 11,1 cm, Washington, Hirshhorn Museum

    juju-be-art:

    Bruce Nauman,De la main à la bouche, 1967, cire sur tissu, 71,1 x 26,4 x 11,1 cm, Washington, Hirshhorn Museum

  4. catrinastewart:

    Mini Paper Pavilion Club

    Absolutely love these miniature paper models!

    'The Miniature Paper Pavilion Club meets biweekly in Vancouver to build ~1:100 scale architectural marvels. We are interested in creating imaginary celebratory public spaces - miniature beacons to all humankind, elevating the wonder of innovation and excellence! ’

    ZOMG there little guys!!!

  5. weftwarp:

Corey and Amy Holms

    weftwarp:

    Corey and Amy Holms

  6. vuls:

O. M. Ungers. Architectural Design v.61 n.92 1991: 98

    vuls:

    O. M. UngersArchitectural Design v.61 n.92 1991: 98

  7. jamesyouth:

My Twin Brother by Myself
  8. art21:

    "My idea is this: not so much structure that it’s inhibiting. It’s like a corral around your idea—that you can move but not too much. It’s that limited movement that promotes creativity." —John Baldessari

    Happy birthday today to John Baldessari. Seen here is the artist and his work as featured in ART21’s Systems episode.

    WATCH: John Baldessari in Systems [available in the U.S. only] | Additional videos

    IMAGES (FIRST AND SECOND ROWS): John Baldessari in his studio, Venice, California, 2008. Production stills from the ART21 Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 5 episode, Systems, 2009. © ART21, Inc. 2009.

    IMAGES (THIRD, FOURTH, AND FIFTH ROWS): John Baldessari, Brick Bldg, Lg Windows w/ Xlent Views, Partially Furnished, Renowned Architect, 2009. Installation view at Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Museum Haus Lange, Krefeld, Germany, 2009. Production stills from the ART21 Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 5 episode, Systems, 2009. © ART21, Inc. 2009.

© veils and visions