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Landscape + Architecture + Urbanism
spatiallyobvious:

Charleston Studies

spatiallyobvious:

Charleston Studies

thisbigcity:

porridgeofknowledge:

via Copehagenize.com

Do the ducks feel safe? That old classic!

thisbigcity:

porridgeofknowledge:

via Copehagenize.com

Do the ducks feel safe? That old classic!

landscape-a-design:

Paving Pattern - use artificial (?)

landscape-a-design:

Paving Pattern - use artificial (?)

Cities need Goldilocks housing density – not too high or low, but just right

architecturelab:

#Cities need Goldilocks housing density – not too high or low, but just right

Cities need Goldilocks housing density – not too high or low, but just right

The view from New York’s tallest residential skyscraper, One57 on to Central Park. // Photo: Christina Horsten/dpa/Alamy Live News

The trend for elite towers that reach ever skywards isn’t healthy for a…

archisketchbook:

Imaginary city by a river. Ink on paper, 80x110cm, 2012. Imaginary city which combines elements from London, New York and Paris in one city. This drawing was entirely drawn from memory. For more images please visit my website at www.stefanbleekrode.com

archisketchbook:

Imaginary city by a river. Ink on paper, 80x110cm, 2012. Imaginary city which combines elements from London, New York and Paris in one city. This drawing was entirely drawn from memory. For more images please visit my website at www.stefanbleekrode.com

archimodels:

© taller 301 - patio and pavilion - luanda, angola - 2011

archimodels:

© taller 301 - patio and pavilion - luanda, angola - 2011

It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it. by Oscar Wilde (via stxxz)

(via stxxz)

thenewurbanist:

Paraty, Rio de Janeiro. One of Brazil’s most-loved places. 

(Source: 500px.com)

archimaps:

Design for a new approach to Fairmount Park, Philadelphia

archimaps:

Design for a new approach to Fairmount Park, Philadelphia

eyeofanarchitect:

Ian Mccullin
think-progress:

One town’s innovative response to sea level rise.
allthingseurope:

Amsterdam (by Sabina Panayotova)
The human race used to maintain a balance with nature. But for the last two centuries, emphasis has switched to an expansion of area and infrastructure, leaving behind the standards of human existence, our natural behaviour and basic living values. by Jepranshu Aganivanshi on creating cities that are balanced with nature.  (via thisbigcity)

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