Paul's Polaroids
iPhonetography and space scrap
Paul's Polaroids
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gasoline-station:

House K
by Yoshichika Takagi + Associates.
gasoline-station:

House K
by Yoshichika Takagi + Associates.
gasoline-station:

House K
by Yoshichika Takagi + Associates.
gasoline-station:

House K
by Yoshichika Takagi + Associates.
gasoline-station:

House K
by Yoshichika Takagi + Associates.
gasoline-station:

House K
by Yoshichika Takagi + Associates.
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schanzboy:

Would you like to have your profile name get written with #graffiti to the #clashwall in #Berlin? Send a tweet to @the_paint_club using the hashtags #clashwall #berlin and a suggestion what you would like to see on the wall. More Infos at www.clashwall.de - have a great start in the week guys and see you all this Saturday 29.03.2014 for the big #clashwall #party with #Daedalus and a lot if other great #musicians and #artists.
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LET’S CLASH! Heute startet die #CLASHWALL #BERLIN.Ihr seid gefragt! Schickt uns Vorschläge, was die Wurstbande, Gogoplata und Rylsee an die 350m² große Wand malen sollen. Prompt gibt’s ne Skizze zurück und ihr habt die Chance, bei der großen Clash-Wall-Party am 29.03. dabei zu sein.Weitere Infos unter www.clashwall.de
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gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
gasoline-station:

Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Architects: Snøhetta
Location/Year: Alexandria, Egypt, 2001
…The design of the new library is both timeless and bold. Its vast circular form alongside the circular Alexandrian harbor recalls the cyclical nature of knowledge, fluid throughout time. It’s glistening, tilting roof recalls the ancient Alexandrian lighthouse and provides the city with a new symbol for learning and culture. 
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the-gas-station:

Mieres Social Housing
Architects: zigzag arquitectura
Location/Year: Mieres, Spain / 2011
the-gas-station:

Mieres Social Housing
Architects: zigzag arquitectura
Location/Year: Mieres, Spain / 2011
the-gas-station:

Mieres Social Housing
Architects: zigzag arquitectura
Location/Year: Mieres, Spain / 2011
the-gas-station:

Mieres Social Housing
Architects: zigzag arquitectura
Location/Year: Mieres, Spain / 2011
the-gas-station:

Mieres Social Housing
Architects: zigzag arquitectura
Location/Year: Mieres, Spain / 2011
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the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
the-gas-station:

Towers
by Ben Marcin
"The Towers is a study of apartment high-rises and skyscrapers, taken from a distance and presented in such a way as to portray both a sense of human power and isolation. I climbed to the top levels of parking garages or walked out onto elevated freeways to position myself for some of these photographs.  At other times, I was able to establish a spot up to half a mile away although I don’t normally have that kind of space to work with. My attempt was to capture not only the architectural beauty of these structures but also their eerie impersonality when looked at from a certain vantage point - like honeycombs with their relentless patterns of steel and windows. I deliberately removed any traces of sky to emphasize the solitude of these buildings. Unlike the rural and row houses that I often photograph – where personality and individualism predominate – the urban towers exist at a kind of emotionless macro level, exuding a sense of awe; a world where hundreds, if not thousands, of people work and live."
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cabinporn:

The Refugi Lieptgas in Flims, Switzerland, designed by Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten.
A historic log barn was used as the external form for pouring a new concrete structure in its place.
More info (including bookings) here.
cabinporn:

The Refugi Lieptgas in Flims, Switzerland, designed by Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten.
A historic log barn was used as the external form for pouring a new concrete structure in its place.
More info (including bookings) here.
cabinporn:

The Refugi Lieptgas in Flims, Switzerland, designed by Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten.
A historic log barn was used as the external form for pouring a new concrete structure in its place.
More info (including bookings) here.
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room135:

Baumschlager Eberle - The Rossi-esque AD Vermietung offices, Lustenau
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