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Mental Illnesses Architecturally Interpreted by Federico Babina

In this new series by Italian illustrator Federico Babina, the artist explores some of the more common mental illness through a visual representation in 16 drawings. Archiatric gives an architectural and artistic voice to psychological disorders like depression, paranoia, anxiety, and … Continue reading

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Magical Photos of Abu Dhabi Wrapped in Fog

Khalid Al Hammadi is a Chemical Engineer – Cityscape & Architecture Photographer based in Abu Dhabi. His stunning photography seeks not only to capture Abu Dhabi’s architecture, but also its soul. “The fog always appears in a different form and color, … Continue reading

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China Opens World’s Coolest Library With 1.2 Million Books

MVRDV and Tianjin Urban Planning and Design Institute (TUPDI) have completed Tianjin Binhai Library as part of a larger masterplan to provide a cultural district for the city. The 33,700m2 cultural centre featuring a luminous spherical auditorium and floor-to-ceiling cascading … Continue reading

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Subways by Nick Frank

“Arrivals, departures, meetings, the clash of different people… Subway stations are more than just a central location for travelers. In fact, they represent the lively background for everyday life and drama while offering intimate insight: first a heartbreaking farewell, then … Continue reading

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Picturesque Tree House Getaway Located in a Field of Lavender in Italy

Suite Blue, part of Hotel La Piantata, is a picturesque tree house designed by La Cabane Perchée. Located  in a scenic lavender field in Arlena di Castro, Italy, this accommodation is situated eight meters (26 feet) above the ground. With 44 … Continue reading

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Paperholm Keeps Growing

Paperholm began in August 2014 as a daily project by artist Charles Young (previously).  One new object is designed, made, photographed and uploaded each day.  All of the models are made using 200gsm watercolour paper and PVA glue. This method … Continue reading

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Mesmerizing Ceilings of Iran’s Natural and Architectural Treasures

golestan palace, tehran, iran “Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji ,  24 years old Photographer and Physics student from northern Iran, interested in Panoramic and Architecture Photography. I have been taking photos for 5 years, and have learned much through talking to … Continue reading

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Budapest Daylight by Greg Florent

French photographer Greg Florent creates a stunning series of time-lapse photos showcasing the magic of Budapest both day and night in a single shot. “Buda… Pest… two characters separated by the Danube. Day… night… two atmospheres separated by an invisible … Continue reading

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5 Mysterious Structures from the World’s Smallest Architects

Bagworm moth larva (Psychidae) Singapore-based photographer Nicky Bay is the master of capturing the micro-world, photographing insects typically passed over without acknowledgement or recognition. “The rainforest is a giant trove of mysteries. When zooming into the micro world, I saw natural creations which … Continue reading

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