Posted 4 weeks ago

pixelingmylife:

Mini Paper Pavilion Club

Absolutely love these miniature paper models!

'The Miniature Paper Pavilion Club meets biweekly in Vancouver to build ~1:100 scale architectural marvels. We are interested in creating imaginary celebratory public spaces - miniature beacons to all humankind, elevating the wonder of innovation and excellence! ’

Adding this to my to-do list…

(Source: catrinastewart)

Posted 1 month ago

When my roommate is gone for a while and I get too used to living by myself

whatshouldwecallme:

Come At Me Bro

this will forever and always be my favorite gif.

Posted 7 months ago
Posted 7 months ago

Civilized human being use bookmarks.

(Source: powells)

Posted 7 months ago
did-you-kno:

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D: but. but… I feel so betrayed!
Oh well. they’re still good. And good for you. With almonds. Yum.

did-you-kno:

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D: but. but… I feel so betrayed!

Oh well. they’re still good. And good for you. With almonds. Yum.

Posted 7 months ago
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Posted 9 months ago
salveo:

MVRDV recently designed the Water Cube pavilion for the 2012 World Expo in Yeosu, Korea. The structure is designed to express the power and beauty of the oceans, and is composed of water filled basins, which act as both a temperature buffer as well as the main attraction. A bit like being inside an aquarium, the hollow inner sanctum will be lit with water-filtered light.

salveo:

MVRDV recently designed the Water Cube pavilion for the 2012 World Expo in Yeosu, Korea. The structure is designed to express the power and beauty of the oceans, and is composed of water filled basins, which act as both a temperature buffer as well as the main attraction. A bit like being inside an aquarium, the hollow inner sanctum will be lit with water-filtered light.

Posted 9 months ago

Angkor is one of the most important and the greatest archaeological sites in the world. This by the way the world’s largest (400 square kilometers) temple complex (almost a 1000 temples) was between IX and XV century the capital of the Khmer Empire. Probably, in the eleventh century, numbering one million inhabitants of Angkor was the largest city in the contemporary world.

(Source: spontantrip)