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Konrad Wachsmann. Hangar for the American Air Force. 1951. #architecture #design
US AIRFORCE HANGER: KONRAD WACHSMANN
space frame - Konrad Wachsmann
Could not be more architecturally inspired by this! Love the intensity of the structure, and the simplicity of the form. Konrad Wachsmann. Hangar for the American Air Force. 1951.
Air Force Academy Chapel, Colorado,1962. Colorado Springs
Buckminster Fuller, Architectural drawing of a Geodesic Hanger, 1951
The beautiful United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs by Gordon Bunshaft and Walter Netsch/SOM (1954-162). Photo by Bill Hedrich.
US Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel, Colorado Springs. I am not usually a fan of contemporary religious architecture, it always feels too cold to me for a place of worship. That being said, I love the shape of this chapel.
Konrad Wachsmann. Hangar for the American Air Force. 1951.
Orly Hangar - Felix Candela. The hyperbolic parabolic forms became Candela’s hallmark and he built many factories and churches around Mexico City using these forms.
Pier Luigi Nervi - Aircraft hanger, Orvieto 1935
Graficação e Apresentação
CELESTE BOURSIER-MOUGENOT, FROM HERE TO EAR V. 13 2010: also includes hangers, harpsichord strings, piano pins, microphones, nests... #celeste_boursier_mougenot #installation
Konrad Wachsmann. Domus 302 January 1955: 5 | RNDRD
A Favorite Destination - National Museum of the American Indian © Karissa Rosenfield
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