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Hall’s Ridge, landscape design by Bernard Trainor
Santa Lucia Preserve, Monterey, California
Photographs by Jason Liske

From Landprints: The Landscape Designs of Bernard Trainor, coming this April.

Coleman House, 1956, San Francisco, CA
From The Houses of William Wurster: Frames for Living

Pantheon, Rome, Italy, 117-38 Nave, Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi, Assisi, Italy, 1228-53 Octagon, Ely Cathedral, Ely England, 1322-46 Crossing, Laon Cathedral, Laon, France, 1160-1230

From Heavenly Vaults by David Stephenson, published in 2009.

Real Photo Postcards author Harvey Tulcensky is profiled on The Museum of Modern Art’s blog – check it out here. Above, a few postcard images from his book, published by PAPress in 2005.

Da Lake and Drip Drop

Designer Nick Adam scrubs messages onto dirty walls with water to confront the issue of water usage and abusage in Chicago:

"Evidence of human touch is instinctively relatable. It’s capable of stopping people in their tracks, transferring emotion, communicating passion, and activating others to be involved."

From Designing for Social Change by Andrew Shea.

From Brodsky and Utkin: The Complete Works by Lois Nesbitt

From Brodsky and Utkin: The Complete Works by Lois Nesbitt

Interior view from the mezzanine level at night, 1964 Night view of main entry, 1962

Eero Saarinen, TWA Flight Center, New York Idlewild Airport
New York, 1956–62
Photographs by Balthazar Korab

“This is my classic image of the project that reveals the complexity of the Saarinen approach to a four-dimensional experience in this space.”  

The Demolition of Kodak

Implosions of buildings 65 and 69, Kodak Park, Rochester, New York, October 6, 2007. Photographs by Robert Burley.

From the book The Disappearance of Darkness.

The Canoas House, Rio de Janeiro (1953) The Canoas House, Rio de Janeiro (1953) Ministry of Education and Health, Rio de Janeiro (1937–43) Hotel in Diamantina, Minas Gerais (1951) Obra do Berço (Cradle Work), Rio de Janeiro (1937) Ibirapuera Park, São Paulo (1951–55)

Buildings by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer (1907–2012)

From When Brazil Was Modern by Lauro Cavalcanti

Oscar Niemeyer R.I.P.(1907–2012)
From The Architect Says 

Oscar Niemeyer R.I.P.

From The Architect Says 

Farewell, Oscar Niemeyer (1907–2012)
From The Architect Says 

Farewell, Oscar Niemeyer 

From The Architect Says 

Good bye, Oscar Niemeyer (1907–2012)
From The Architect Says

Good bye, Oscar Niemeyer 

From The Architect Says

North–south sectional perspective at ramp | East–west sectional perspective at entrance hall Exterior perspective, northeast corner Aerial perspective, southwest corner, roof garden and solarium East elevation | South elevation Second-floor plan

Le Corbusier Redrawn | Villa Savoye
Poissy-sur-Seine, France, 1928

Clients: Pierre and Emilie Savoye / Program: Weekend house
Features: Ramp, spiral stairs, adherence to the Five Points of a New Architecture, planning based on the turning radius of a car

From Le Corbusier Redrawn by Steven Park, chosen as part of John Hill’s A Daily Dose of Architecture 2012 Holiday Gift Books guide.
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Happy Thanksgiving from Gregory L. Blackstock and Princeton Architectural Press
"The Great Turkeys" (1994) from Blackstock’s Collections

Happy Thanksgiving 
from Gregory L. Blackstock 
and Princeton Architectural Press

"The Great Turkeys" (1994) from Blackstock’s Collections

Tama Art University Library

Architect: Toyo Ito

From Toyo Ito: Forces of Nature, the first book in The Kassler Lectures series, co-published with Princeton University School of Architecture.