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Local trainstation in Austria, architect unknown [3024x4032] via /r/ArchitecturePorn https://www.reddit.com/r/ArchitecturePorn/comments/kypytw/local_trainstation_in_austria_architect_unknown/?utm_source=ifttt
NYC bathroom, More than a bathroom, a place to relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the city, design and visualization by Nathália Magalhães Bampi. via /r/architecture https://ift.tt/39DBtL9
left to ice and vandals the advent candles 🧚🏻♂️
462m high Lakhta Center in Saint Petersburg is the tallest building in Europe and Russia. The 87-story skyscraper will be the new headquarters of Russian energy giant Gazprom.
Designs by William Muschenheim, architect, New York 1930.
Opera House Paris, 🇫🇷
Casa Vila Matilde. Sao Paulo, Brasil. Terra e Tuma. 2011-2015
This was an interesting thread, which intersperses beautiful spaces with Modernist horrors.
Let’s take a look:
While this location is clean, pretty, and well-laid out, it’s also sterile and uninviting. It’s a place that actively doesn’t want you to stay long.
Placing the vast majority of the books hanging overhead out of reach makes a fantastic unintentional commentary on China.
Library, or Amazon warehouse?
Looks like a subway terminal, not a library.
This actually isn’t terrible; the natural lighting, woodwork, and overall color are okay. But I wonder what the acoustics are like.
Another sterile location. And the lines move your eye back towards the entrance—like the space actively wants to expel you.
I have mixed feelings about this one. On the one hand, it looks more like a vault than a library. But it’s built to protect rare books, so maybe that’s appropriate.
Another one I’m torn on. On the one hand the shape of the space is a bit oppressive. On the other hand the color and lighting are pretty good.
An airport terminal.
I love the view, but I think they could have chosen materials that were less industrial.
Another space that just hangs over your head. The concentric rings look like an attempt to make a high and open space, but they just end up feeling crushingly heavy.
While the view is nice, the pillars give it an industrial feel, and the overall space is disorderly.
There’s no effort to make the design of the modern shelving fit with the aesthetic of the ancient space it inhabits. It’s just bolted on.
@hst3000 might interest you.
Narendra Bhawan - India
…where there is too much…something is missing…
Westend Block 1. München, Germany. 200-2005. Fink + Jocher