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I love Nicolas’ photographs so much. They are quiet, peaceful and unpretentious. Hope he’ll get back to taking pictures and publish his own book one day… Photographs by Nicolas Poillot Marion

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Light, Design for a new national museum in Oslo by competition finalists, Moxon Architects. Architectural model photographed to highlight the visual aspects of daylight on the scheme, for usage in portfolio, website and publications.

sylwdka: “ Whitewash, Nicholas Alan Cope @ Los Angels. Een oude manier van minimalsime. Het gebouw is zo kill dat het wel op een bunker uit de oorlog lijkt. Er zijn geen ramen te zien en ook de deur is nauwelijks te herkennen. ”

Whitewash Nicholas Alan Cope LA is a city of contrasts—the famous and unknown, blinding light and impenetrable shadow, wealth and poverty, m.

Untitled, via Flickr. #architecture

It's so odd for me to see this building without the Comic Con International it's interesting that even people who aren't at SDCC still like to photograph the Death Star Cannon interior design design design office

Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana (Colosseo Quadrato), Roma, 1943

Designed in 1937 for the 1942 World’s Fair by Italian architects Giovanni Guerrini, Ernesto Bruno La Padula and Mario Romano. The exhibition was cancelled and construction of the building finished eventually.