Tom Bunny’s selection of the world’s more peculiar buildings. The website was turned into a spammy real estate site around 2014, so best access the original via the web archive.
Some really weird buildings. “CAIP aims to document architectural image phenomena in contemporary China.”
Some tips on how to present to your client.
Those Dutch have great stamina.. here are UNStudio’s hours of opening:
“your online guide to offbeat tourist attractions.”
Weird and wonderful selection of bits and pieces… piranesi to schinkel – site rebuilt in late 2001, still finding my way around it – and it’s 2009 now…
This is pornography with the people cut out, just the stupendous sets with wise commentary. Beware, it gets ugly (vertical blinds with valances for example).
This is a reality check for those of you starting to think that maybe the 70s were pretty stylish. Dark glasses advised.
A site dedicated to showcasing the reuse of shipping containers. With links to quite a few projects around the world, including Sean Godsell’s Future Shack.
This is a great site! Still! Now 94 years old, Alan is six years into his quest to walk EVERY street in Sydney’s suburbs, jotting down notes and taking photos as he goes. Let’s hope he recovers to full speed after the hip replacement – those pics aren’t so pretty…
Mon oncle! For that spoilt young brat who has everything: the PMW architects designed doll’s house with optional accessories by the likes of Ron Arad.
Elvis – On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Elvis’ death. To note the occasion we are publishing this special photo of a backyard pool in Merimbula, NSW. And here’s the link to the virtual Graceland virtual tour (needs Quicktime). Thankyaverymuch.
A site from back in the days when hypertext was a common word. What do Boullée, Dorothy, Spacemen and TRON have in common? I don’t know, but they help to thread this site together. Bought to you be the kind people at Dellbrügge & de Moll. [Link by SG]