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nickkahler:

Leon Krier, Calibrated Transect, Echternach, Luxembourg, c. 2000


Celebrating the transect!

nickkahler:

Leon Krier, Calibrated Transect, Echternach, Luxembourg, c. 2000

Celebrating the transect!

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Oh crap!

Oh crap!

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#ciclavia this Sunday! How will YOU get there?!

#ciclavia this Sunday! How will YOU get there?!

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huffingtonpost:

STYLIST WHO SPENDS EVERY SUNDAY CUTTING HAIR FOR HOMELESS: ‘EVERY HUMAN LIFE IS WORTH THE SAME’

Mark Bustos is a hair stylist at an upscale salon in New York City, but not all of his clientele have to be wealthy to get a quality trim. Sometimes, they don’t need a penny.

For more photos of Busto’s work and more about his inspirational story go here. 

(via fixedwhilefeminist)

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wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture masters meet their religious clients

Lettres du Pere Couturier a Le Corbusier au propos du Monastaire de la Tourette, juillet 1953

"Les clients de l’architecte"

Les relations humaines ne sont pas toujours si simples et dans certains cas la relation client/architecte est plus chaude de ce que nous voudrions. En vrai, il n’est pas simple de faire cohabiter la liberté de l’artiste avec les désirs des clients, mais parfois le dialogue s’établit d’une façon naturelle. Les esquisses du Père Couturier deviennent un fond de plan pour permettre à l’architecte de rêver, d’imaginer une architecture alignée avec les rêves du client. Parfois, dans cette situation les projets retrouvent l’excellence.

text by WAÏF

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This is the first Corbusier photo story that makes me kinda like him. The building is still whack, though. The most expensive austerity.

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Doggy parking.

Doggy parking.

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Paris vs Dallas

Paris vs Dallas

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Next time someone says bikes don’t pay for the road, remind them neither do cars. People do!

Next time someone says bikes don’t pay for the road, remind them neither do cars. People do!

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maptitude1:

This gif show the expansion of the city of Paris from 300 A.D to 1850 A.D.

maptitude1:

This gif show the expansion of the city of Paris from 300 A.D to 1850 A.D.

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Group bike ride tour of bicycle friendly streets. Gruen architects present their master plan for union station. And women talk bikes do a live podcast.

Group bike ride tour of bicycle friendly streets. Gruen architects present their master plan for union station. And women talk bikes do a live podcast.