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70sscifiart:

The most insane John Berkey print ever.
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iamnaomidesign:

form_049_047 detail (by retro-space)
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modernism-in-metroland:

Computer Technology Office, Hemel Hempstead (1970) by Norman Foster and Partners.
Temporary inflatable office created by Norman Foster and Partners for the Computer Technology company in Hemel Hempstead. The structure consisted of nylon reinforced PVC fabric inflated with air to house an office in a car park while a permanent building was completed next door.

Image from Voices of East Anglia.
modernism-in-metroland:

Computer Technology Office, Hemel Hempstead (1970) by Norman Foster and Partners.
Temporary inflatable office created by Norman Foster and Partners for the Computer Technology company in Hemel Hempstead. The structure consisted of nylon reinforced PVC fabric inflated with air to house an office in a car park while a permanent building was completed next door.

Image from Voices of East Anglia.
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polychroniadis:

‘CyberGardening the City’, the Architectural Association’s Visiting School in Milan, codirected by Claudia Pasquero and Marco Poletto.
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polychroniadis:

Giuliano Fiorenzuoli, Alberto Breschi & Roberto Pecchioli, 'Zziggurat', 1968.
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conradomaleta:

Song of the ancestors.
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blejz:

Charlotte Sometimes
Penelope Farmer
The story is centred around a girl called Charlotte, who, not long after starting at a boarding school, finds that she has mysteriously travelled back more than forty years. The teachers and other students call her “Clare”, the girl in whose shoes Charlotte finds herself. Charlotte and Clare mysteriously exchange places each night, each one alternating between the years 1918 and Charlotte’s time. Although Charlotte and Clare never meet each other, they communicate with one another by writing notes in an old diary that looks like an exercise book. The girls are faced with the disconcerting scenario of finding out how to live each other’s lives without being discovered.
The story is entirely written from Charlotte’s point of view: Clare herself never appears in the narrative. As the story progresses, Charlotte becomes trapped in Clare’s time. Charlotte struggles to maintain her own identity as Charlotte, whilst living Clare’s life in Clare’s time.
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blejz:

elmuppet:
Single Porque te vas - Jeanette (1974)
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blejz:

La Petite Bande
 Michel Deville (‘83)
blejz:

La Petite Bande
 Michel Deville (‘83)
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negativesanction:

buffalo-divine-eden-no7:

bestqualitybeksinski:

Zdzisław Beksiński

i’ve never seen this one before

still wish they would have taken color photos of all of his paintings
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supertownstationwagon:

Unfurled. Zdzislaw Beksinski. Ye Olde Flash Website.
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supertownstationwagon:

There must have been scale models for this. Phallic tower. The Humanoid Touch. John Berkey.
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supertownstationwagon:

Berkey style. Feng Zhu. 2010.