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paperplusarchitects:

Habitable Bridge, James Bromley
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archivedigger:

Can you even IMAGINE this today? Yeah, not likely.
turnbacktime & childhooddreamer & lovelivelearn & bandwagonpete & chazhuttonsfsm:

New York’s Architects dressed up at the 1931 Beaux-Arts costume ball as the buildings they designed. From left to right: A Stewart Walker as the Fuller Building, Leonard Schultze as the Waldorf-Astoria, Ely Jacques Kahn as the Squibb Building, William Van Alen as the Chrysler, Ralph Walker as 1 Wall Street, D.E.Ward as the Metropolitan Tower and Joseph H. Freelander as the museum of New York.
I bet Walker wishes he’d designed his with more windows.
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facies-destruens:

Bernard Tschumi
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likeafieldmouse:

Hiroshi Sugimoto - Theaters (1978-93)
Artist’s statement: 
“I’m a habitual self-interlocutor. Around the time I started photographing at the Natural History Museum, one evening I had a near-hallucinatory vision. The question-and-answer session that led to this vision went something like this: 
Suppose you shoot a whole movie in a single frame? 
And the answer:
You get a shining screen. 
Immediately I sprang to action, experimenting toward realizing this vision. Dressed up as a tourist, I walked into a cheap cinema in the East Village with a large-format camera. As soon as the movie started, I fixed the shutter at a wide-open aperture, and two hours later when the movie finished, I clicked the shutter closed. 
That evening, I developed the film, and the vision exploded behind my eyes.”
likeafieldmouse:

Hiroshi Sugimoto - Theaters (1978-93)
Artist’s statement: 
“I’m a habitual self-interlocutor. Around the time I started photographing at the Natural History Museum, one evening I had a near-hallucinatory vision. The question-and-answer session that led to this vision went something like this: 
Suppose you shoot a whole movie in a single frame? 
And the answer:
You get a shining screen. 
Immediately I sprang to action, experimenting toward realizing this vision. Dressed up as a tourist, I walked into a cheap cinema in the East Village with a large-format camera. As soon as the movie started, I fixed the shutter at a wide-open aperture, and two hours later when the movie finished, I clicked the shutter closed. 
That evening, I developed the film, and the vision exploded behind my eyes.”
likeafieldmouse:

Hiroshi Sugimoto - Theaters (1978-93)
Artist’s statement: 
“I’m a habitual self-interlocutor. Around the time I started photographing at the Natural History Museum, one evening I had a near-hallucinatory vision. The question-and-answer session that led to this vision went something like this: 
Suppose you shoot a whole movie in a single frame? 
And the answer:
You get a shining screen. 
Immediately I sprang to action, experimenting toward realizing this vision. Dressed up as a tourist, I walked into a cheap cinema in the East Village with a large-format camera. As soon as the movie started, I fixed the shutter at a wide-open aperture, and two hours later when the movie finished, I clicked the shutter closed. 
That evening, I developed the film, and the vision exploded behind my eyes.”
likeafieldmouse:

Hiroshi Sugimoto - Theaters (1978-93)
Artist’s statement: 
“I’m a habitual self-interlocutor. Around the time I started photographing at the Natural History Museum, one evening I had a near-hallucinatory vision. The question-and-answer session that led to this vision went something like this: 
Suppose you shoot a whole movie in a single frame? 
And the answer:
You get a shining screen. 
Immediately I sprang to action, experimenting toward realizing this vision. Dressed up as a tourist, I walked into a cheap cinema in the East Village with a large-format camera. As soon as the movie started, I fixed the shutter at a wide-open aperture, and two hours later when the movie finished, I clicked the shutter closed. 
That evening, I developed the film, and the vision exploded behind my eyes.”
likeafieldmouse:

Hiroshi Sugimoto - Theaters (1978-93)
Artist’s statement: 
“I’m a habitual self-interlocutor. Around the time I started photographing at the Natural History Museum, one evening I had a near-hallucinatory vision. The question-and-answer session that led to this vision went something like this: 
Suppose you shoot a whole movie in a single frame? 
And the answer:
You get a shining screen. 
Immediately I sprang to action, experimenting toward realizing this vision. Dressed up as a tourist, I walked into a cheap cinema in the East Village with a large-format camera. As soon as the movie started, I fixed the shutter at a wide-open aperture, and two hours later when the movie finished, I clicked the shutter closed. 
That evening, I developed the film, and the vision exploded behind my eyes.”
likeafieldmouse:

Hiroshi Sugimoto - Theaters (1978-93)
Artist’s statement: 
“I’m a habitual self-interlocutor. Around the time I started photographing at the Natural History Museum, one evening I had a near-hallucinatory vision. The question-and-answer session that led to this vision went something like this: 
Suppose you shoot a whole movie in a single frame? 
And the answer:
You get a shining screen. 
Immediately I sprang to action, experimenting toward realizing this vision. Dressed up as a tourist, I walked into a cheap cinema in the East Village with a large-format camera. As soon as the movie started, I fixed the shutter at a wide-open aperture, and two hours later when the movie finished, I clicked the shutter closed. 
That evening, I developed the film, and the vision exploded behind my eyes.”
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letsbuildahome-fr:

World’s largest dollhouse gutted in fire lit by artist who created it
letsbuildahome-fr:

World’s largest dollhouse gutted in fire lit by artist who created it
letsbuildahome-fr:

World’s largest dollhouse gutted in fire lit by artist who created it
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uglhi:

paleliar:

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Video Projection Outside Home (1978), Dan Graham
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mizoguchi:

President Salvador Allende and First Lady Hortensia Bussi de Allende before the 1973 Chilean coup d’état led by Augusto Pinochet and after the coup d’état from Chile, Obstinate Memory/Chile, la memoria obstinada (Patricio Guzmán - 1997)
mizoguchi:

President Salvador Allende and First Lady Hortensia Bussi de Allende before the 1973 Chilean coup d’état led by Augusto Pinochet and after the coup d’état from Chile, Obstinate Memory/Chile, la memoria obstinada (Patricio Guzmán - 1997)