Danchi hutch by Japanese architect Yoshihiro Yamamoto. Simplicity, simplicity…
‘Flying city’, russian architect Georgy Krutikov’s graduate project, 1928.
It reminds me of the Soviet science fiction 0f 30s-40s ( esp. Belyaev’s ‘Jump into the void’), Zamyatin’s dystopia ‘We’ and Svift’s the flying island of Laputa. But most of all I like the boldness of ‘the flying city’ project – to think of such things when even simple air flight was a huge risk.
Lad musician flagship store in Nagoya, Japan, by General Design studio
Stills from short film by Alexander Kluge and Peter Schamoni- ‘Brutality in stone‘, 1961- an exploration of Nazi period through its architecture which was a physical embodiment of power and strength of Nazi’s political system as well as a silent bystander of all the cruel events that marked this period.
Inside the Soviet pavilion, built for the EXPO’67 exhibition, originally located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and later moved to Moscow, Russia. Architects: Ashot A. Mndoyants, Mikhail V. Posokhin