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12 Photos That Look Straight Down

  Photographer and urban explorer Ivan Kuznetsov shows us the world from a vantage point many of us will never experience first hand. Based in Moscow, the Russian photographer is a well-known ‘rooftopper’, which means he scales tall buildings and structures (often illegally)...
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Le Corbusier 2.0

Alix Bossard shares this must-watch video that outlines Le Corbusier’s five revolutionary principles of modern architecture. Using gorgeous motion design, the video briefly introduces us to everything from le Modulor to Villa Savoye and Les Cités Radieuses. Enjoy this two-minute...
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What the Night Sky Would Look Like if Cities Went Dark I Thierry Cohen

  Thierry Cohen began his professional career in 1985 and is seen as one of the pioneers of digital photography. Cohen currently lives and works in Paris. Since 2010 he has devoted himself to a single project – “Villes Enteintes” (Darkened Cities) – which depicts the major...
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The Black Marble: Earth at Night

  On December 5th, 2010 scientists unveiled an unprecedented new look at our planet at night. A global composite image, constructed using cloud-free night images from a new NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) satellite, shows the glow of natural...
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Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever

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The Shadow Cube I Anila Quayyum Agha

Art experts and the public often disagree over what is great, but consensus over the weekend brought $300,000 to Anila Quayyum Agha of Indianapolis. Agha, who teaches at the Herron School of Art and Design, was the first artist ever at the ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids,...
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12 Photos That Look Straight Down

  Photographer and urban explorer Ivan Kuznetsov shows us the world from a vantage point many of us will never experience first hand. Based in Moscow, the Russian photographer is a well-known ‘rooftopper’, which means he scales tall buildings and structures (often illegally)...
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Photo of the Day: Balloon Ride in Cappadocia

In this amazing photograph by Gypsy Joyce, we see a number of travellers ascending for balloon rides in Cappadocia, Turkey. This was Joyce’s first ever hot air balloon experience and she captured it beautifully. The area is very popular for balloon rides and costs typically range...
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The 25 Greatest Architectural Photographers

  These photographers enable us; they have saved us (amateurs) the countless hours of traveling, searching, and waiting for ideal weather and perfect light. The work of these keen eyes abstracts, animates, and valorizes everyday structures grandeur and benign alike. Some of...
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11 Buildings with Funny Faces

1. Photograph by J. Luc (jili’m on Flickr) 2. Photograph by Steve Reed on Flickr 3. Photograph by Bill Kennedy (Le Fromagier Extraordinaire on Flickr) 4. Photograph by Rami Taibah 5. Photograph by Sergio Morchon (Dr. Jaus on Flickr) 6. Photograph by Lauren Manning on Flickr 7....
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Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever II

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Takes Photos of Buildings and then Uses the Sky as His Canvas I Thomas Lamadieu

  In an ongoing series entitled Sky Art, artist Thomas Lamadieu aka Roots Art, takes photos of buildings and cityscapes wherever he travels. Many of his images point skyward using a fisheye lens. He then uses the sky in each photo as his canvas, filling it with illustrations...
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3D Printing San Francisco’s Future Skyline

The skyline of San Francisco is in the process of significant transformation. Projects such as OMA‘s 550-foot residential tower, as well as developments in the pipeline from Foster + Partners and Studio Gang, are sure to change the city dramatically – thankfully, the 3D printed...
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The World’s Largest Monastery Library is in Austria

  Jorge Royan / CC-BY-SA-3.0 Admont Abbey is a Benedictine monastery located on the Enns River in the town of Admont, Austria. It is the oldest remaining monastery in Styria and contains the largest monastic library in the world. The abbey is known for its Baroque...
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