The Floating Basket Homes of Iraq: A Paradise Almost Lost to Saddam
It was Iraq's 'Garden of Eden'; unique wetlands in southern Iraq where a people known as the Ma'dan, or 'Arabs of the marsh', lived in a Mesopotamian Venice, characterised by beautifully elaborate floating houses made entirely of reeds harvested from the open water. These little-known architectur
A Short Guide To Bukhara | Uzbekistan's Holiest City - The Sandy Feet
Bukhara is a key stop on the silk road with leafy plazas, intricate mosaics and peaceful mosques. These are the best things to do in Bukhara.
Hiroshi Nakamura, Chapel
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ryanpanos: “ Claude Ledoux’s Spherical house: 1789-1806 via Retronaut “Claude-Nicolas Ledoux (1736–1806) was an architect whose greatest works were funded by the French monarchy and came to be...
서울 도심, 43년 차 집 증축하기 : 골목길 속 재발견
조용한 주택가 골목에 자리한 집은 정감 있는 동네 풍경과도 자연스럽게 어우러진다. 낡은 것과 새로운 것의 연결이라는 증축 작업이 진행된, 43년 차 집의 변신 과정을 엿본다. 서울은 모든 게 빠른 곳이지만 오래된 건물이 즐비한 동네 골목길의 시간은 천천히 흐른다.