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German clubs after everyone leaves (photos)

German clubs after everyone leaves (photos)

Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Clubhouse: South Korea by Shigeru Ban

"Jim's Horn House" — Jim Phillips, 59, has been hunting shed antlers Montana public lands for the past 50 years. This Three Forks native’s phenomenal shed antler collection comprises some 14,500 sheds displayed from floor to ceiling—inside a 30 x 64-foot building he constructed specifically for its display. And, yes, he personally found every one. I think they may have used this place to shoot a scene in "Hannibal" (NBC) -- if not they blatantly copied it.

Montana Antler Collection: Visual Tour

Upside Down 2012 / Juan Diego Solanas / Sci Fi Corridors : Photo

Photographs Offer Mesmerizing Bottom-Up Views Of Hong Kong’s Skyscrapers / via Simon Wright

Photographs Offer Mesmerizing Bottom-Up Views Of Hong Kong’s Skyscrapers / via Simon Wright

This is a great image of a city (NYC) that seems designed to bring great images into being. Sergey Semonov, a Russian photographer, submitted the image to the Epson International Photographic Pano Awards, and took first prize in the amateur category. View full resolution (click 3 times) to enjoy.

Kubrick // One-Point Perspective by kogonada

Kubrick // One-Point Perspective

'outotunoie house' by mA-style architects, fujieda-city, shuzuoka, japan

Louis Kahn / Exeter Library

Role Model > Louis Kahn – In Case of Fire Use Stairs

David Stephenson shoots cathedral ceilings

The Amangiri Luxury Hotel in Canyon Point, Utah

Amangiri Hotel in Canyon Point 12 - Luxatic

Bell Labs | what innovation looked like.


Long way By Katarina 2353

Creek Residence by Bates Masi Architects:

A look inside the ephemeral S.S. Normandie


mario botta architetto


Tadao Ando | reflets de lumière

The Seagram Building is a skyscraper, located at 375 Park Avenue, between 52nd Street and 53rd Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. It was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, in collaboration with Philip Johnson. The building stands 516 feet tall with 38 stories, and was completed in 1958. It stands as one of the finest examples of the functionalist aesthetic and a masterpiece of corporate modernism.

The Midtown Book - The Seagram Building

ECA – OAI Office Building by Personeni Raffaele Schärer Architectes

Bell Telephone Laboratories Lobby Interior | Holmdel, New Jersey Photographer: © Cervin Robinson

Modernist Eero Saarinen – Part 3 / Aqua-Velvet


Power Station Photography Kim Høltermand

national museum of china

1111 lincoln road / HdeM