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House in Naruto by Naoko Horibe

The property is located in an area that tends to flood during heavy rains, so the foundation and floor were built fairly high.


Planter Table by Emily Wettstein [cjwho]

Emily Wettstein is a 25-year-old designer living in Brooklyn, NY who built this planter table as part of her application to grad school for architecture. The table is made from reclaimed walnut and steel with a removable planter that can hold a variety of plants, in this case wheat grass (very cat friendly!)

(Source: cjwho, via architectura)


Red Bull Music Academy - Nave de la Música en Matadero Madrid by Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos.

(via architectura)

"The reason why we won’t face up to our problems with the environment is that we are the problem. It’s not the corporations out there, it’s not the governments—it’s us. We’re the ones telling the corporations to make more stuff, and make it as cheap and as disposable as possible. We’re not citizens anymore. We’re consumers. That’s what we’re called. It’s just like being an alcoholic and being in denial that you’re an alcoholic. We’re in denial that each and every one of us is the problem. And until we face up to that, nothing’s going to happen. So, there’s a movement for simplifying your life: purchase less stuff, own a few things that are very high quality that last a long time, and that are multifunctional."

- Patagonia’s Founder Yvon Chouinard (via crookedindifference)

(via crookedindifference)


Casa Paulo Mendes da Rocha

São Paulo/SP. 1960

photographer Nelson Kon

(via architectura)


Brick Pattern House by Alireza Mashhadmirza

Located in one of the poorest districts of Tehran, the façade was designed to be repetitive and easily constructed.