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80sretroelectro · 3 months ago
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Wosk residence, Bevery Hills, California. 1982 - 1984. Designed by Frank Gehry
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nuveau-deco · a month ago
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Poster Advertising Herman Miller’s ‘Modular Sofa Group” Seating Range by Ray Wilkes. Dated 1976.
“Nicknamed the Chiclet, after the candy-coated gum, this modular sofa group’s components could be taken apart, rearranged, interspersed with table pieces, and screwed back together using a simple Allen wrench. In this poster, the rainbow of colors serves as a shorthand for consumer choice and customization.”
(Source: cooperhewitt.org)
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jpegfantasy · 4 months ago
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The Complete Book of Home Decorating, Barbara Mayer, 1994 📚
Salvaged & scanned by @jpegfantasy 🖨️
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kafkasapartment · 2 months ago
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The peaceful atom, 2020. Kellianne McCarthy. Oil.
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ettelaux · 8 months ago
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V I V I S E C T I O N
Takashi Kuribayashi
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manila-automat · a month ago
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Creative Designs in Furniture, 1991 Viewing Columns designed by Robert Sterba (Sterba Studio)
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ninekiev · 3 months ago
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scoobydoomistakes · 7 months ago
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“So... about the power plant.”
Carl the Animator: “Oh great. What’d I do this time?"
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Ted the Animator: “I know I said we should spice up the environments, add some interest to it....”
Carl the Animator: “Yeah, and I did! Just look at it!”
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Carl the Animator: “Isn’t there a great sense of depth? Doesn't the light focus the scene and add dimensionality?!”
Ted the Animator: “...I know, it’s just... the thing in the middle.”
Carl the Animator: “Yeah?”
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Ted the Animator: “...it’s kinda too cool.”
Carl the Animator: “You just don’t–... huh?”
Ted the Animator: “No, really, it’s like this funky postmodern sculpture. I don’t even know what to make of it.”
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Carl the Animator: “...well, um... thanks, I guess?”
Ted the Animator: “Now it just feels like the cheeto egg monster is stompin’ through a really avant-garde art exhibit... and somehow, I’m on-board.”
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saint-vhs · 9 months ago
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🌊🌴💾   Let's パーティ!!🌊🌴💾
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germanpostwarmodern · 3 months ago
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Taibah Mosque (1982-84) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, by P.I.M. (Paul) Haffmans
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80sretroelectro · 6 months ago
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California Aerospace Museum, by Frank Gehry. 1980s.
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Ricardo Bofill Leví (5 December 1939 – 14 January 2022)
Ricardo Bofill founded studio RBTA in 1963. Its best-known projects include Walden 7 and the brightly coloured La muralla Roja housing estate in Manzanera.
Other key projects from Bofill’s six-decade-long career include the Les Espaces d'Abraxas housing complex near Paris and, in Spain, the Castell de Kafka and La Fábrica – a repurposed cement factory containing the RBTA headquarters and Bofill’s family home.
More recently, his studio completed the sail-shaped W Barcelona Hotel in Spain and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University in Morocco.
Bofill received a number of awards for his work, including the Ciudad de Barcelona Prize of Architecture for La Fábrica and The Israelí Building Center’s Life Time Achievement Award.
He was also an honorary fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the Association of German Architects.
In tribute to his immense body of work, we revisit ,La Muralla Roja (lit. 'the Red Wall'), a postmodern apartment complex in Manzanera, Calpe, Spain.
It was designed by Ricardo Bofill for Palomar S.A. in 1968 and fully constructed by 1973. It has been ranked among "Ricardo Bofill's 10 Most Iconic Works".
In designing the building, Bofill referenced the architecture of North African casbahs and Arab Mediterranean architectural styles. It reinterprets the casbahs in an avant-garde fashion while incorporating the traditional elements like plazas (courtyards), staircases and bridges that connect all the apartments to one another.
As a residency, it holds several amenities such as two commercial stores, a sauna and a restaurant all on the first level. On roof terraces there are solariums and a swimming pool exclusively for use of its residents.
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jpegfantasy · 4 months ago
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The Complete Book of Home Decorating, Barbara Mayer, 1994 📚  
Salvaged & scanned by @jpegfantasy 🖨️  
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mad--house · 2 years ago
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Icelandic Phallological Museum
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stukko · 3 months ago
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setdeco · 11 months ago
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PHILIPP JOHNSON, The glass house, New Canaan, Connecticut, USA, 1949
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manila-automat · a year ago
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Inside Architecture, 1996 Frederic Schwartz’s Manhattan Apartment
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arirna · a year ago
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conformi · 7 months ago
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Aldo Luigi Rizzo, Angelo Sibilla, Aldo Pino, Housing complex “Pegli 3″ | “Le Lavatrici”, Genoa, Italy, 1980-1989 VS Charles Jencks, Universe Cascade | Garden of Cosmic Speculation | Portrack House, Scotland, 2001
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saint-vhs · 4 months ago
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🌴💗私の愛はあなたのために燃え尽きることはありません💗🌴
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