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enric miralles - hostalets civic center, balenyá, 1986-92
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unrndrd:

Gestaltete Umwelt - 1960 by insect54 on Flickr.
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design-is-fine:

Otl Aicher, sign system for Frankfurt Airport, 1971. 

Aicher first became aware of the advantage of a comprehensible pictorial language when he visited Japan in 1960. There he experienced first-hand the limitations of a national written language in communicating to foreigners. Source
design-is-fine:

Otl Aicher, sign system for Frankfurt Airport, 1971. 

Aicher first became aware of the advantage of a comprehensible pictorial language when he visited Japan in 1960. There he experienced first-hand the limitations of a national written language in communicating to foreigners. Source
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Re-Ruined Hiroshima was one of the drawings that Arata Isozakipresented as part of his Electric Labyrinth installationat the 14th Triennale di Milano in 1968.
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subourbonlife:

Yoko Ono and Arata Isozaki - Penal Colony, 2004
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eyesfutur:

Obscured Horizon I on Flickr.
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baintreach:

Yoko Ono & Arata Isozaki - Penal Colony (2004)
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Three Desert Structures by Arata Isozaki
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latimes:

 The latest book in Christopher Hawthorne’s Reading L.A. series:

This month Reading L.A. arrives at a major milestone: “Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies,” written by the British architectural historian and critic Reyner Banham and published in 1971. As it turns 40 this year, the book remains — with Carey McWilliams’ 1946 “Southern California: As Island on the Land” and Mike Davis’ 1990 “City of Quartz: Excavating the Future in Los Angeles” — among the few volumes to grasp the city in all its urban and architectural complexity. Davis called it “the textbook on Los Angeles.”

Photo: Reyner Banham in 1984, in front of a mural at John Muir School in Santa Monica. Credit: Los Angeles Times
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Beniamino Servino – Obus Incertum
Beniamino Servino – Obus Incertum