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architecture & others
LPM
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Obra
Vivienda en Pto Fijo
@raulg212
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Edificio de uso mixto - Estacion de metro Las Playitas
T.E.G - 2012
Edificio de uso mixto - Estacion de metro Las Playitas
T.E.G - 2012
Edificio de uso mixto - Estacion de metro Las Playitas
T.E.G - 2012
Edificio de uso mixto - Estacion de metro Las Playitas
T.E.G - 2012
Edificio de uso mixto - Estacion de metro Las Playitas
T.E.G - 2012
Edificio de uso mixto - Estacion de metro Las Playitas
T.E.G - 2012
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lahydra:

Interpretación animada (GIF) de una moneda que te alegra en la quincena y te entristece en la bodega. La Hydra, 2014.La realidad es obscena porque no cesa de comer dinero. En su vagina introducimos monedas para comprar un poco de tranquilidad de cara el futuro. Nos cuesta admitir que no hay futuro. La realidad caga dinero, y nosotros acudimos corriendo en busca de migajas. ¿Cuando nos atreveremos a escupirle su propia abyección?.Dinero Gratis.
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ivanyaz:

#madurogohome
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papress:

icancauseaconstellation:

Le Corbusier, Book Dummy for “Une Petite Maison”, (1954)
In 1954, Le Corbusier published the book, “Une Petite Maison”. In it, he describes the house that he built for his aging parents on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is above all about the act of dwelling, an essay on the poetics of space. As Gaston Bachelard explains in his book of the same name, “The act of dwelling arises infallibly as soon as one has the impression of being sheltered.” Le Corbusier’s book is a series of lessons on the poetics of shelter. They begin with the title and dust jacket. “Une Petite Maison” means not simply a quantitatively small house but especially a quantitatively small house. We sleep more soundly”, observes Bachelard in a “little house” than in a large one. The “little house” calls for reveries of coziness associated with miniatures. This cozy seclusion is even suggested in the cover where Le Corbusier has drawn a broad black band around it’s surface, thereby placing it in it’s own sheltered nest.

Also see Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul — the houses are often thought of as the antithesis of everything commonly referred to as “Corbusian”.
papress:

icancauseaconstellation:

Le Corbusier, Book Dummy for “Une Petite Maison”, (1954)
In 1954, Le Corbusier published the book, “Une Petite Maison”. In it, he describes the house that he built for his aging parents on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is above all about the act of dwelling, an essay on the poetics of space. As Gaston Bachelard explains in his book of the same name, “The act of dwelling arises infallibly as soon as one has the impression of being sheltered.” Le Corbusier’s book is a series of lessons on the poetics of shelter. They begin with the title and dust jacket. “Une Petite Maison” means not simply a quantitatively small house but especially a quantitatively small house. We sleep more soundly”, observes Bachelard in a “little house” than in a large one. The “little house” calls for reveries of coziness associated with miniatures. This cozy seclusion is even suggested in the cover where Le Corbusier has drawn a broad black band around it’s surface, thereby placing it in it’s own sheltered nest.

Also see Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul — the houses are often thought of as the antithesis of everything commonly referred to as “Corbusian”.
papress:

icancauseaconstellation:

Le Corbusier, Book Dummy for “Une Petite Maison”, (1954)
In 1954, Le Corbusier published the book, “Une Petite Maison”. In it, he describes the house that he built for his aging parents on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is above all about the act of dwelling, an essay on the poetics of space. As Gaston Bachelard explains in his book of the same name, “The act of dwelling arises infallibly as soon as one has the impression of being sheltered.” Le Corbusier’s book is a series of lessons on the poetics of shelter. They begin with the title and dust jacket. “Une Petite Maison” means not simply a quantitatively small house but especially a quantitatively small house. We sleep more soundly”, observes Bachelard in a “little house” than in a large one. The “little house” calls for reveries of coziness associated with miniatures. This cozy seclusion is even suggested in the cover where Le Corbusier has drawn a broad black band around it’s surface, thereby placing it in it’s own sheltered nest.

Also see Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul — the houses are often thought of as the antithesis of everything commonly referred to as “Corbusian”.
papress:

icancauseaconstellation:

Le Corbusier, Book Dummy for “Une Petite Maison”, (1954)
In 1954, Le Corbusier published the book, “Une Petite Maison”. In it, he describes the house that he built for his aging parents on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is above all about the act of dwelling, an essay on the poetics of space. As Gaston Bachelard explains in his book of the same name, “The act of dwelling arises infallibly as soon as one has the impression of being sheltered.” Le Corbusier’s book is a series of lessons on the poetics of shelter. They begin with the title and dust jacket. “Une Petite Maison” means not simply a quantitatively small house but especially a quantitatively small house. We sleep more soundly”, observes Bachelard in a “little house” than in a large one. The “little house” calls for reveries of coziness associated with miniatures. This cozy seclusion is even suggested in the cover where Le Corbusier has drawn a broad black band around it’s surface, thereby placing it in it’s own sheltered nest.

Also see Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul — the houses are often thought of as the antithesis of everything commonly referred to as “Corbusian”.
papress:

icancauseaconstellation:

Le Corbusier, Book Dummy for “Une Petite Maison”, (1954)
In 1954, Le Corbusier published the book, “Une Petite Maison”. In it, he describes the house that he built for his aging parents on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is above all about the act of dwelling, an essay on the poetics of space. As Gaston Bachelard explains in his book of the same name, “The act of dwelling arises infallibly as soon as one has the impression of being sheltered.” Le Corbusier’s book is a series of lessons on the poetics of shelter. They begin with the title and dust jacket. “Une Petite Maison” means not simply a quantitatively small house but especially a quantitatively small house. We sleep more soundly”, observes Bachelard in a “little house” than in a large one. The “little house” calls for reveries of coziness associated with miniatures. This cozy seclusion is even suggested in the cover where Le Corbusier has drawn a broad black band around it’s surface, thereby placing it in it’s own sheltered nest.

Also see Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul — the houses are often thought of as the antithesis of everything commonly referred to as “Corbusian”.
papress:

icancauseaconstellation:

Le Corbusier, Book Dummy for “Une Petite Maison”, (1954)
In 1954, Le Corbusier published the book, “Une Petite Maison”. In it, he describes the house that he built for his aging parents on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is above all about the act of dwelling, an essay on the poetics of space. As Gaston Bachelard explains in his book of the same name, “The act of dwelling arises infallibly as soon as one has the impression of being sheltered.” Le Corbusier’s book is a series of lessons on the poetics of shelter. They begin with the title and dust jacket. “Une Petite Maison” means not simply a quantitatively small house but especially a quantitatively small house. We sleep more soundly”, observes Bachelard in a “little house” than in a large one. The “little house” calls for reveries of coziness associated with miniatures. This cozy seclusion is even suggested in the cover where Le Corbusier has drawn a broad black band around it’s surface, thereby placing it in it’s own sheltered nest.

Also see Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul — the houses are often thought of as the antithesis of everything commonly referred to as “Corbusian”.
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antonas:

mvdoblog: Aristide Antonas - Zizek Residence
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Solano BenitezTumba en Piribebuy (En memoria de su padre)Proyecto 4 Vigas
" En el espejo yo estoy “allí”, en frente, fuera de mi mismo, habitando una otra dimensión que me iguala a todo lo demás, o que me permite habitar en un otro mundo que no sea mi interior, en un plano de igualdad y simultaneidad; tal vez en el espejo tengamos la máquina capaz de permitirnos el habitar de otra forma con nuestros seres… los amados ausentes, porque la obscenidad de la muerte les arrancó de nuestro lado… los que son el amor imposible, porque nunca encontramos ni el espacio ni el tiempo que les permita existir. “
http://centrefortheaestheticrevolution.blogspot.com/2010/09/solano-benitez-garden-tomb-4-concrete.html
Solano BenitezTumba en Piribebuy (En memoria de su padre)Proyecto 4 Vigas
" En el espejo yo estoy “allí”, en frente, fuera de mi mismo, habitando una otra dimensión que me iguala a todo lo demás, o que me permite habitar en un otro mundo que no sea mi interior, en un plano de igualdad y simultaneidad; tal vez en el espejo tengamos la máquina capaz de permitirnos el habitar de otra forma con nuestros seres… los amados ausentes, porque la obscenidad de la muerte les arrancó de nuestro lado… los que son el amor imposible, porque nunca encontramos ni el espacio ni el tiempo que les permita existir. “
http://centrefortheaestheticrevolution.blogspot.com/2010/09/solano-benitez-garden-tomb-4-concrete.html
Solano BenitezTumba en Piribebuy (En memoria de su padre)Proyecto 4 Vigas
" En el espejo yo estoy “allí”, en frente, fuera de mi mismo, habitando una otra dimensión que me iguala a todo lo demás, o que me permite habitar en un otro mundo que no sea mi interior, en un plano de igualdad y simultaneidad; tal vez en el espejo tengamos la máquina capaz de permitirnos el habitar de otra forma con nuestros seres… los amados ausentes, porque la obscenidad de la muerte les arrancó de nuestro lado… los que son el amor imposible, porque nunca encontramos ni el espacio ni el tiempo que les permita existir. “
http://centrefortheaestheticrevolution.blogspot.com/2010/09/solano-benitez-garden-tomb-4-concrete.html
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Obra
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en los galpones
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Taxista que quería ser piloto