theimageofthecity:

Jesse EwartSectionHidden ProjectionVUW Arch. 2014
pouretrebelle:

Black Eden by Pat Perry
rudygodinez:

Roger Anger, Auroville (City of Dawn), (1968)
As stated in the first public message about the township, "Auroville is meant to be a universal town where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony, above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities. The purpose of Auroville is to realize human unity."
lostinpattern:

Squared Paths by KPK
plusarchitekt:

'Bleached Out' Relational Drawing, v. 02 (24” x 36”) - Perry Kulper
Materials - mylar, graphite, tape, found imagery. transfer letters + transfer film, and cut paper
drawingarchitecture:

Dimitris Argyros, Luxor by Horse, 2007, mixed media.
layers-complexity:

DEC 2013 / Perceptual music
M D
likeafieldmouse:

Tony Cragg
superarchitects:

SUPER // ARCHITECTS
www.super-architects.com
http://super-architects.com/archives/5261
PoohTown is based in 1920′s Slough, England, and uses ‘Winnie the Pooh’ to reflect on the potential of today’s cities in prescribing policies of happiness alongside familiar amenities. This speculative proposal is a device to enable the potential of a happily-ever-after to be explored beyond the limitations of Slough’s industrial sprawl ambitions in the 1920s.
A ‘Utility City’ proposed in Newham, London, rehouses thousands of residents and rehabilitates the city by implementing ‘the people’ as an architectural layer. The proposal is instigated by new bedroom tax laws in April 2013, London, which relocate housing problems, but arguably do not solve them.