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Black rubber-clad beach house with a timber interior on Dungeness beach in Kent, England »
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Black rubber-clad beach house with a timber interior on Dungeness beach in Kent, England »
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Black rubber-clad beach house with a timber interior on Dungeness beach in Kent, England »

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prostheticknowledge:

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A five meter interactive touchscreen table for collaborative information presentation put together by Mathrioshka and dotdotdot - video embedded below:





Five-meter-long multi-touch table presenting projects of Italian IT company Engineering.
Table and showroom designed by Milan-based studio dotdotdot.







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prostheticknowledge:

SurS
A five meter interactive touchscreen table for collaborative information presentation put together by Mathrioshka and dotdotdot - video embedded below:





Five-meter-long multi-touch table presenting projects of Italian IT company Engineering.
Table and showroom designed by Milan-based studio dotdotdot.







More Here



prostheticknowledge:

SurS
A five meter interactive touchscreen table for collaborative information presentation put together by Mathrioshka and dotdotdot - video embedded below:





Five-meter-long multi-touch table presenting projects of Italian IT company Engineering.
Table and showroom designed by Milan-based studio dotdotdot.







More Here



prostheticknowledge:

SurS
A five meter interactive touchscreen table for collaborative information presentation put together by Mathrioshka and dotdotdot - video embedded below:





Five-meter-long multi-touch table presenting projects of Italian IT company Engineering.
Table and showroom designed by Milan-based studio dotdotdot.







More Here

prostheticknowledge:

SurS

A five meter interactive touchscreen table for collaborative information presentation put together by Mathrioshka and dotdotdot - video embedded below:

Five-meter-long multi-touch table presenting projects of Italian IT company Engineering.

Table and showroom designed by Milan-based studio dotdotdot.

greyhaven:

Crushing Strength

Documentation of mid century concrete structure, pattern and tiled mosaic work
Crushing Strength touches upon the late 1950’s ambitious architectural vision for the Northeast, obsession with space travel and finding escapism through our architectural surroundings

(via architectureofdoom)

urbangeographies:

INSTITUTIONALIZING MEMORY:  The U.S. National Register of Historic Places 
The National Historic Landmark list and other collections of historic sites were combined in 1966 into a new National Register of Historic Places. At its birth, the register contained 803 listings, about half of which came from the old Historic Landmark list.
Subsequently America discovered a passion for commemorating its history. There were 56 additions to the list in 1968, 360 in 1969, 880 in 1970, and in each year but one since 1971, at least 1,000 sites have been added. As of last week, it included 90,018 entries.
Source: Alan Flippen, “Registering History,” New York Times, July 23, 2014 urbangeographies:

INSTITUTIONALIZING MEMORY:  The U.S. National Register of Historic Places 
The National Historic Landmark list and other collections of historic sites were combined in 1966 into a new National Register of Historic Places. At its birth, the register contained 803 listings, about half of which came from the old Historic Landmark list.
Subsequently America discovered a passion for commemorating its history. There were 56 additions to the list in 1968, 360 in 1969, 880 in 1970, and in each year but one since 1971, at least 1,000 sites have been added. As of last week, it included 90,018 entries.
Source: Alan Flippen, “Registering History,” New York Times, July 23, 2014

urbangeographies:

INSTITUTIONALIZING MEMORY:  The U.S. National Register of Historic Places 

The National Historic Landmark list and other collections of historic sites were combined in 1966 into a new National Register of Historic Places. At its birth, the register contained 803 listings, about half of which came from the old Historic Landmark list.

Subsequently America discovered a passion for commemorating its history. There were 56 additions to the list in 1968, 360 in 1969, 880 in 1970, and in each year but one since 1971, at least 1,000 sites have been added. As of last week, it included 90,018 entries.

Source: Alan Flippen, “Registering History,” New York Times, July 23, 2014

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cabinporn:

Home built by Jay Nelson on Kauai, Hawaii.
For more about Jay’s work, check out this short film.
Contributed by Jess Bianchi. cabinporn:

Home built by Jay Nelson on Kauai, Hawaii.
For more about Jay’s work, check out this short film.
Contributed by Jess Bianchi.

cabinporn:

Home built by Jay Nelson on Kauai, Hawaii.

For more about Jay’s work, check out this short film.

Contributed by Jess Bianchi.

“It makes little sense to expect our homeownership rates to rebound to what they were before the housing crisis. We need to accept the fact that the housing system we have today and will have tomorrow will have to be different from the one we had in the past.”

Urban identity is now dominated by the idea of lifestyle not the morphologies that used to dictate the lifestyle. It is the lifestyle that now rules, that sells, that we consume every time we consider moving some place else, the re-appropriation of the old; often time fetishized with these stories of authenticity of place that we tell ourselves to feel connected to the brick and mortar of our cities. But the truth is we’ve never been more disconnected, more lost in a dream world. Our love for the urban and our love for escaping it are manufactured, to continue the never ending chain of selling and buying and selling and buying and selling and dying. To white wash the past, we start with the manipulation of physical space. 

Sub-urban II, Portland, Oregon 2014

More photos from the site update 

Sub-urban I, Portland, Oregon 2014 
Updating the cargo collective right now, here are a few things probably going up Sub-urban I, Portland, Oregon 2014 
Updating the cargo collective right now, here are a few things probably going up

Sub-urban I, Portland, Oregon 2014 

Updating the cargo collective right now, here are a few things probably going up

99percentinvisible:

UrbanGems helps you find the most scenic route from here to there based on your taste