• Michele Lanning, Here and There, Urbana-Champaign, IL, 2000

  • Heinz Mack, Nine Columns, Venice, Italy, 2014

  • Andrew Kovacs, Proposal for a Skyscraper, 2014 (via archiveofaffinities)

  • Mario Chiattone, Cathedral, 1914 (via hadrianestou)

    Unremarkable at first glance as typical Futurism, however, this drawing proposes a pre-postmodern critique of the Romanesque / Gothic Church with its dominant westwork. Seen through this lens, modernism, and historical architecture blur in adapting formological conventions to emerging materials and expressions of the fin-de-siecle. 

    (via rosswolfe)

  • Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, Late Entry to the Tribune Tower Competition, Chicago, IL, 1980 (via archiveofaffinities)

  • Lyonel Feininger, The White Man, 1907 (via goldbug)

    (via shellypolitik)

  • NP2F Architectes, Plan and Section of the Fashion Museum, Tokyo, Japan, c. 2010 (via n-architektur)

    (via archidose)

  • 5+1AA, IULM Knowledge Transfer Centre, Milan, Italy, 2003-13 (via enochliew)

    "A mimetic building in respect to the surrounding area materials including bricks, exposed concrete, glass, and plaster."

    (via architectureuberalles)

  • Herbert Ponting, Great Wall of China, 1907

  • Josef HoffmannKlose-Hof, Vienna, Austria, 1924-5 (via polychroniadis)

    (Source: architektur-ausstellungen.de)

  • Peter Cook + Taylor Woodrow of Archigram, “Tower Pavilion” for Expo 67, Montreal, Canada, 1963 (via megaestructuras)

    (via archidose)

  • JMW Turner, Caernarvon Castle, Wales, 1799

  • Lookout Mountain Resort Hotel / Carter Hall at Covenant College, Lookout Mountain, GA, c. 1928

  • Brihadeeswara Temple, Thanjavur, India, c. 1000 CE (via archiveofaffinities)

  • Christ & GantenbeinPilgrim’s Column for La Ruta del PeregrinoCerro del Obispo, Mexico, 2012