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Site plan to bypass traditional construction methods by instead clustering modular ship hulls in difficult aquatic contexts in Jacques Beufé's 'Modular Leisure Homes' Nature Drawing, Construction, Homes, Ship, Traditional, How To Plan, Landscape, Architecture, City

Site plan to bypass traditional construction methods by instead clustering modular ship hulls in difficult aquatic contexts in Jacques Beufé's 'Modular Leisure Homes' (1970) #design #architecture #city #building #landscape #nature#drawing #graphic

Collection of casino typologies and reading of the 'new monumentality' of the Las Vegas strip extracted from Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, and Steven Izenour's 'Learning from Las Vegas' In memory of Robert Venturi Denise Scott Brown, Las Vegas Strip, Old And New, Memories, Learning, Architecture, Collection, Design, Farm Gate

Collection of casino typologies and reading of the 'new monumentality' of the Las Vegas strip extracted from Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, and Steven Izenour's 'Learning from Las Vegas' (1972). In memory of Robert Venturi (1925-2018) #design #architecture #venturi #lasvegas

The continuously ramped ziggurat tower in the Assyrian Dur-Sharrukin complex BC) is the only evidence of a real-life spiraling tower that is often used to symbolize utopia Industrial Design Sketch, Geometry, Real Life, Old Things, Shapes, Drawings, Enemies, Ears, Buildings

The continuously ramped ziggurat tower in the Assyrian Dur-Sharrukin complex (707 BC) is the only evidence of a real-life spiraling tower that is often used to symbolize utopia #design #architecture #buildings #city #urban #drawing #graphic #form #shape #geometry #world

The continuously ramped ziggurat tower in the Assyrian Dur-Sharrukin complex BC) is the only evidence of a real-life spiraling tower that is often used to symbolize utopia Geometry, Real Life, Buildings, Tower, Urban, Shapes, Architecture, City, Drawings

The continuously ramped ziggurat tower in the Assyrian Dur-Sharrukin complex (707 BC) is the only evidence of a real-life spiraling tower that is often used to symbolize utopia #design #architecture #buildings #city #urban #drawing #graphic #form #shape #geometry #world

GRID: Proposed town plans of Franklinville and Lystra, Kentucky made by a group of English land speculators in testing the Systems of Subdivisions of Public Lands in 1796 Proposal, Kentucky, Grid, Public, Coding, English, America, How To Plan, Architecture

GRID: Proposed town plans of Franklinville and Lystra, Kentucky made by a group of English land speculators in 1794—preemptively testing the Systems of Subdivisions of Public Lands in 1796 #design #architecture #city #planning #america #kentucky #grid #drawing #graphic

GRID: Proposed town plans of Franklinville and Lystra, Kentucky made by a group of English land speculators in testing the Systems of Subdivisions of Public Lands in 1796 Proposal, Kentucky, Grid, Public, Coding, English, America, How To Plan, Drawing

GRID: Proposed town plans of Franklinville and Lystra, Kentucky made by a group of English land speculators in 1794—preemptively testing the Systems of Subdivisions of Public Lands in 1796 #design #architecture #city #planning #america #kentucky #grid #drawing #graphic

Series of concept sketches for the 'Relocation of Los Angeles' from low-density horizontal parcels to clusters of lifted tensile-structure vertical villages of 1000 homes each proposed by Georgesco Harlan Tensile Structures, Building Drawing, Sketches, Concept, Homes, Architecture, City, Design, Drawings

Series of concept sketches for the 'Relocation of Los Angeles' from low-density horizontal parcels to clusters of lifted tensile-structure vertical villages of 1000 homes each proposed by Georgesco Harlan (1965) #design #architecture #city #losangeles #building #drawing #graphic

Series of concept sketches for the 'Relocation of Los Angeles' from low-density horizontal parcels to clusters of lifted tensile-structure vertical villages of 1000 homes each proposed by Georgesco Harlan Tensile Structures, Building Drawing, Proposal, Sketches, Concept, Homes, Architecture, City, Drawings

Series of concept sketches for the 'Relocation of Los Angeles' from low-density horizontal parcels to clusters of lifted tensile-structure vertical villages of 1000 homes each proposed by Georgesco Harlan (1965) #design #architecture #city #losangeles #building #drawing #graphic

Series of concept sketches for the 'Relocation of Los Angeles' from low-density horizontal parcels to clusters of lifted tensile-structure vertical villages of 1000 homes each proposed by Georgesco Harlan Tensile Structures, Building Drawing, Concept Architecture, Floor Plans, Sketches, Homes, City, Drawings, Design

Series of concept sketches for the 'Relocation of Los Angeles' from low-density horizontal parcels to clusters of lifted tensile-structure vertical villages of 1000 homes each proposed by Georgesco Harlan (1965) #design #architecture #city #losangeles #building #drawing #graphic

Engraving of a pre-Columbian water-based Mexico City on the lake engraved by Franz Hogenberg for Georg Braun's extensive 'Civitates orbis terrarum' collection depicting many cities around the world City Drawing, Orbis, Mexico City, Maps, Cities, Around The Worlds, Architecture, Drawings, Water

Engraving of a pre-Columbian water-based Mexico City on the lake engraved by Franz Hogenberg for Georg Braun's extensive 'Civitates orbis terrarum' (1572-1617) collection depicting many cities around the world #design #architecture #city #drawing #mexicocity #planning #nature

GRID: Axonometric drawing interpreting the typewriter generated field from Archizoom's No Stop City Axonometric Drawing, Grid, Building Drawing, Typewriter, Architecture Art, Drawings, Landscape, Studio, City

GRID: Axonometric drawing interpreting the typewriter generated field from Archizoom's No Stop City (1969) #design #architecture #art #city #planning #archizoom #building #drawing #graphic #landscape

Imagined urban plan of the walled city of Kanton (Guangzhou today), China in 1665 by Johan Nieuhof piecing together second-hand accounts of its organization and logic Walled City, Urban Planning, Guangzhou, How To Plan, Logic Design, Architecture, City Drawing, Life, China

Imagined urban plan of the walled city of Kanton (Guangzhou today), China in 1665 by Johan Nieuhof piecing together second-hand accounts of its organization and logic #design #architecture #city #drawing #urbanplanning #nature #life #world

Architectural invention/reconstruction of a Theban Pyramid by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach as part of his attempt to document the history of architecture Inventions, Egypt, History, World, Drawings, Building, Places, Architecture Design, Travel

Architectural invention/reconstruction of a Theban Pyramid (1721) by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach as part of his attempt to document the history of architecture #design #architecture #drawing #graphic #building #egypt #pyramid #form #travel #world

Two speculated forms of accelerated urbanism in O. Ungers' studio prompt 'Berlin A Planning-Mode for a Five-Million City in Transition from the where students designed complexity into how these logics meet the city Explorer Map, Berlin, How To Plan, Prompt, Architecture, City, Drawings, 1970s, Maps

Two speculated forms of accelerated urbanism in O.M. Ungers' studio prompt 'Berlin 1995: A Planning-Mode for a Five-Million City in Transition from the 1970s' (1969) where students designed complexity into how these logics meet the city #design #architecture #city #berlin

Two speculated forms of accelerated urbanism in O. Ungers' studio prompt 'Berlin A Planning-Mode for a Five-Million City in Transition from the where students designed complexity into how these logics meet the city Skyscraper, Berlin, Quilts, How To Plan, Architecture, City, Prompt, 1970s, Maps

Two speculated forms of accelerated urbanism in O.M. Ungers' studio prompt 'Berlin 1995: A Planning-Mode for a Five-Million City in Transition from the 1970s' (1969) where students designed complexity into how these logics meet the city #design #architecture #city #berlin

In an attempt to understand what new forms of practice exist in architecture today, Alejandro Zaera Polo & Guillermo Fernandez-Abascal reworked Jenck's canonical 'Theory of diagram with their own 'Political Compass' Architecture Today, Architecture Design, Theory Of Evolution, Compass, Techno, Diagram, Politics, Polo, Drawing

In an attempt to understand what new forms of practice exist in architecture today, Alejandro Zaera Polo & Guillermo Fernandez-Abascal reworked Jenck's canonical 'Theory of Evolution'(1973) diagram with their own 'Political Compass' (2016) #architecture #design #drawing #graphic