Blog from a student of Landscape Architecture. Here you'll find everything I find inspirational and creative. Enjoy!

 

archatlas:

Easter Eggs Designed By Architects [via]

From the top: Morphosis, Two One Two, Andrew Zientek, Zaha Hadid,  Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, David Ling,  OVO / fourfoursixsix, Zaha Hadid.

last but indeed least.. forever the same. 

ryanpanos:

Working Stone | Kirsten Hoving | Via

We’ve been cutting chunks of marble out of the mountains of Vermont since 1785. The continent’s first commercial marble quarry was cut into Mount Aeolus, and stonecutters came from all over the world to work its stone throughout the 19th century. The Vermont Marble Co. was the largest U.S. corporation when it was founded early in the 20th century. The industry has dwindled somewhat in the face of mounting competition from China and changing tastes in architecture, but granite remains a fundamental part of Vermont.

“It’s hard not to be aware of history,” says Kirsten Hoving, an art historian and photographer. “Keep your eyes open and you’ll find marble bridges and doorsteps everywhere you go on the western, marble side of the state. On the eastern side, amazing granite tomb sculptures and architectural details.”

This is how everyday should begin! #breakfast #croissants #bed

This is how everyday should begin! #breakfast #croissants #bed

archilovers:

Liverpool Central Library by Austin-Smith:Lord Find more at: http://bit.ly/1lj7GcX A world class, customer friendly, integrated public Library and archive in the heart of Liverpool’s cultural quarter. #architecture #library #design #liverpool

archilovers:

Liverpool Central Library by Austin-Smith:Lord
Find more at: http://bit.ly/1lj7GcX
A world class, customer friendly, integrated public Library and archive in the heart of Liverpool’s cultural quarter.
#architecture #library #design #liverpool