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"I grew up under the eaves of a large Swiss chalet. Out of the tiny square window of my cubbyhole lined with books I could see the Mont Bla...
light cannons Sainte Marie de La Tourette, Éveux-sur-Arbresle, France. [Architect: Le Corbusier and Iannis Xenakis]
Working in Pictures
How will you spend the first day back at work now that the summer holiday season has slipped away for another year? Just having a job is a reason to feel pretty good for lots of us, when you think…
Denge sound mirrors
Spectacular remnants of a dead-end technology, the three concrete "listening ears" at Denge near Dungeness in Kent are the best known of the various early warning acoustic mirrors built along Britain'
12 eerie images of enormous Chinese cities completely empty of people
These cities have everything a city dweller needs: high-rise apartments, developed waterfronts, and skyscrapers. Only one major thing is missing: people.
The Radioactive Ruins of the Cold War’s Secret Cities
When Nadav Kander, an Israeli-born, London-based photographer who is interested in the "aesthetics of destruction," learned of these secret cities, he traveled to eastern Kazakstan to document their ruins.
An abandoned NSA spying station in Berlin
View on Google Maps Teufelsberg (German for Devil's Mountain) is an artificial hill in west Berlin built by Second World War rubble. On...
On Black: Silo designed by Alvar Aalto in Toppila, Oulu (Finland) v.2 by danze_65 [Large]
View Silo designed by Alvar Aalto in Toppila, Oulu (Finland) v.2 by danze_65 [Large] (a photo hosted by Flickr.com) on a plain black background.
Architecture of Doom
exploringsouthlondon: “SE17 - Walworth The Aylesbury Estate, one of London’s biggest housing estates - which is most likely going to be demolished in order to leave space to some more soulless luxury...
Port of Everett wants paper mill property ‘by any means necessary’ | HeraldNet.com
EVERETT — After years of watching the former Kimberly-Clark Corp. mill site sit dormant, the Port of Everett is moving to snatch up the 66-acre waterfront property. Port officials plan to ask port commissioners Tuesday to sign off on acquiring the land “by any means necessary,” Port CEO Les Reardanz said.