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The Monongahela Incline, opened on May was the first incline constructed in Pittsburgh. The incline, one of seventeen inclines in Pittsburgh at one time, climbs a 35 percent grade, one of the steepest incline planes in the world. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Pennsylvania History, Pittsburgh City, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carnegie Museum Of Art, Great Buildings And Structures, Modern Buildings, Dubai Skyscraper

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Pittsburgh. Only cooler.

5 Lively Tips AND Tricks: Roofing House Bedrooms tin roofing chicken coops.Roofing Architecture Studios shed roofing structure. Movement Architecture, Roof Architecture, Classic Architecture, Concept Architecture, Mobile Architecture, Fibreglass Roof, Concept Diagram, Urban Furniture, Furniture Design
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# REFERENCE /// Claude Parent’s Oblique Function

Claude Parent’s Oblique Function establishes the oblique ground as a new relationship between architecture and the body. No more facade, only experiencable architectural elements. The body ca…

“The Manitou incline hiking trail near Colorado Springs gains over feet m) of elevation in less than one mile. One hidden gem in Colorado!…” - this looks steep, dry, and busy. Colorado Springs, Colorado Hiking, Colorado Mountains, Colorado River, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Camping And Hiking, Hiking Trails

Colorado Mountain Activities on Instagram: “The Manitou incline hiking trail near Colorado Springs gains over 2,000 feet (610 m) of elevation in less than one mile. One hidden gem in…”

“The Manitou incline hiking trail near Colorado Springs gains over 2,000 feet (610 m) of elevation in less than one mile. One hidden gem in Colorado!…”

To promote the so-called Bike to Work Week, Canadian designer Greg Papove turned an ordinary bike lane in Vancouver into a playful piece of infrastructure by installing a series of ‘Whoopdeedoo’-ramps.

greg papove: whoopdeedoo bike ramps

the project by greg papove breaks the daily routine of commuter cycling in a spontaneous way, providing users a series of ramps on a pre-existing bike path.

Visions of an Industrial Age // Sainte-Bernadette-du-Banlay Church, Nevers, France, by Claude Parent and Paul Virilio, 1966 Architecture Journal, Concrete Architecture, Architecture Panel, Architecture Portfolio, Interior Architecture, Minecraft Architecture, Drawing Architecture, Sacred Architecture, Ste Bernadette
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CLAUDE PARENT: The Supermodernist - 032c

The French architect built floors as ramps and supermarkets that look like cliffs. He was celebrated for his domestic landscapes and hated for his nuclear power plants. It's time to rediscover CLAUDE PARENT.

Accessibility for the Disabled - A Design Manual for a Barrier Free Environment Container Architecture, Architecture Design, Wheelchair Ramp Slope, Handicap Ramps, Ramp Design, Human Dimension, Landscape Stairs, Landscaping A Slope, Design Guidelines

Accessibility Design Manual : 2-Architechture : 1-Ramps

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Tokyo_Apartment_Sou_Fujimoto_Architects Architects Sou Fujimoto have designed this building in the center of Tokyo that looks like traditional house with sloping roofs, superimposed one above the other. Architecture Du Japon, Architecture Design, Gothic Architecture, Classical Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Design Architect, Fujimoto Sou, Tokyo Apartment, Architectural Photographers
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Tokyo Apartment by Sou Fujimoto Architects | Dezeen

Architectural photographer Edmund Sumner has sent us his images of Tokyo Apartment by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, four house-shaped apartments stacked on top of each other. Each apartment comprises two or three rooms connected over different levels by ladders and stairs both inside and outside the building. More about Edmund Sumner’s photographs on Dezeen: The

The radical and highly experimental Rolex Learning Center by rising starchitects SANAA will officially open its doors on 22 February. Part of Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), the new building is used as a model for modern learning Lausanne, Tokyo Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Interior Architecture, Building Architecture, Interior Design, Minimal Architecture, Japanese Architecture, Rolex
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SANAA: Our Future Could Live Here - 032c

Just before winning this year’s Pritzker Prize, the Japanese architecture firm SANAA unveiled a sensational enclosure for the École Polytechnique in Lausanne.

The exhibition “Haus-Rucker-Co – Architectural Utopia Reloaded” at Berlin’s “Haus am Waldsee” tells fairytales from a long since obsolete future. Top Drawer, Space Travel, Popular Music, Popular Culture, Inclined Plane, The Neighbourhood, Drawers, Arch, The Incredibles
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Top-drawer time bombs | STYLEPARK

The exhibition “Haus-Rucker-Co – Architectural Utopia Reloaded” at Berlin’s “Haus am Waldsee” tells fairytales from a long since obsolete future.

Bike wheel ramp

UTS Great Hall by DRAW. The perforated geometry of the Great Hall was developed with AR-MA via a detailed parametric model. Geometry Pattern, Triangle Pattern, Facade Architecture, University Architecture, Parametric Design, Shattered Glass, Ceiling Panels, Futuristic Design, Facades

Manufacturing difference: the case for customisation

The convergence of construction and manufacturing technology gives architects greater control.

Claude Parent's Oblique Function establishes the oblique ground as a new relationship between architecture and the body. No more facade, only experiencable architectural elements. The body can clim. Venice Biennale, Classic Architecture, New Relationships, Architectural Elements, Marina Bay Sands, Habitats, Facade, Parenting, Digital
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# REFERENCE /// Claude Parent’s Oblique Function

Claude Parent’s Oblique Function establishes the oblique ground as a new relationship between architecture and the body. No more facade, only experiencable architectural elements. The body ca…

Villa Drusch Oblique Concrete House By Claude Parent In Versailles, France . This house was built 50 years ago! Houses Architecture, Organic Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Interior Architecture, Classic Architecture, Houses In France, Colani, Villa, Concrete Houses
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Drawing by Claude Parent for the Oblique Function /// Architecture Principe (Parent/Virilio) 1964 Garden Landscape Design, Illustration Sketches, Autumn Inspiration, Philosophy, Parenting, Diagram, Archipelago, Urban Design, Nice Things
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# PHILOSOPHY /// ARCHITECTURES OF JOY. A spinozist reading of Parent/Virilio and Arakawa/Gins’ architecture - THE FUNAMBULIST MAGAZINE

Site of Reversible Destiny – Yoro Park by Arakawa & Madeline Gins ARCHITECTURES OF JOY. A spinozist reading of Parent/Virilio and Arakawa/Gins’ architecture By Léopold Lambert (December 2010) In the middle of the XVIIth century, Baruch Spinoza revolutionized theology by proposing a tremendous change in the definition of God. From the classic transcendental vision of … Continued

The Oblique Function was first developed in the by Architecture Principe (Claude Parent & Paul Virilio) and since then is still the main element of Parent’s architecture. The idea was to t… Classic Architecture, Architecture Drawings, Architecture Portfolio, Architecture Models, Principals Of Design, Fantasy Landscape, Sketch Design, Drawing Sketches, Drawing Tips
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# The Oblique Function by Claude Parent and Paul Virilio

Sometimes I like to revisit the classics ! The Oblique Function was first developed in the 60's by Architecture Principe ( Claude Parent &...