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Queensway Bilboards

‘Queensway Bilboards’ is a renovation of an abandoned railway in Queens, New York. The project rethinks the typology of billboards, giving them a social function instead of a brand logo. The structures appear along the Queensway site and become local l.

Material of the Month: // Fabric // Cloudscapes by Tetsuo Kondo Architects at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Cloudscapes by Tetsuo Kondo Architects in Tokyo, Japan

Iouri Podladtchikov, Olympic half-pipe king visits the lower east side with typical graffiti defacing a grand old building. photo - Casey Kelbaugh for the New York Times

American Idiot, Gender

‘Queensway Bilboards’ is a renovation of an abandoned railway in Queens, New York. The project rethinks the typology of billboards, giving them a social function instead of a brand logo. The structures appear along the Queensway site and become local l...

The Mulhouse train station area is currently deeply transformed by the arrival of the TGV (high speed train). Nearby, the building will be one of the iconic constructions of this new urban development. Its volume is voluntarily plain and square.

Pavillon in the lake, June 11 to September 18, 2016

Image 1 of 5 from gallery of Swiss Students Design a Floating Pavilion on Lake Zurich for Manifesta Rendering of of 'Pavilon of Reflections'.

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