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Juliaan Lampens

Juliaan Lampens

Section through the Drunken Pilgrim by Em Cheng, a tour bus that transports Chaucer’s thirty-two pilgrims travelling from the Tabard Inn in London to the Canterbury Cathedral, located sixty miles south-east.

Section through the Drunken Pilgrim by Em Cheng, a tour bus that transports Chaucer’s thirty-two pilgrims travelling from the Tabard Inn in London to the Canterbury Cathedral, located sixty miles south-east.

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20120905123645614_0001.jpg (1680×4280)

Piscina (Pool) at foundation wall  Sliding Pergolas House,Detalhe 4

Gallery of Sliding Pergolas House / FGMF Arquitetos - 39

Piscina (Pool) at foundation wall Sliding Pergolas House,Detalhe 4

plan + section, croatian pavilion

Croatian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

plan + section, croatian pavilion

Aldo Loris Rossi, Foundry, Plan, Ercolano, Naples, Italy, 1964

Aldo Loris Rossi, Foundry, Plan, Ercolano, Naples, Italy, 1964

Alvar Aalto, Concept for Villa Mairea, Noormarkku, Finland, 1937-9

Alvar Aalto, Concept for Villa Mairea, Noormarkku, Finland, 1937-9

LOGPLUG DAVID GREEN - Buscar con Google

LOGPLUG DAVID GREEN - Buscar con Google

Atelier with a view. Éva LeRoi

Atelier with a view. Éva LeRoi

Barozzi  Veiga . New Museum of Natural History . Basel  (15 (5)

Barozzi Veiga . New Museum of Natural History . Basel (15 (5)

The Coney Island Elephant was a hotel and brothel built in the shape of an elephant, and located on Coney Island. In 1885, the Elephant Hotel, also known as the Elephantine Colossus, was built by James V. Lafferty and was 122 feet high with seven floors and had 31 rooms. The hotel became associated with prostitution. This lead to the phrase “going to see the elephant” being created, to mean going to see a prostitute.

The Coney Island Elephant was a hotel and brothel built in the shape of an elephant, and located on Coney Island. In 1885, the Elephant Hotel, also known as the Elephantine Colossus, was built by James V. Lafferty and was 122 feet high with seven floors and had 31 rooms. The hotel became associated with prostitution. This lead to the phrase “going to see the elephant” being created, to mean going to see a prostitute.

Heads or Tails - Chris Ware - comics - penny - personification blues

Heads or Tails

Heads or Tails - Chris Ware - comics - penny - personification blues

Sliding Pergolas House,Detalhe 2

Gallery of Sliding Pergolas House / FGMF Arquitetos - 36

Sliding Pergolas House,Detalhe 2

"Outdoor Swimming Pools", from the report of the City of New York Department of Parks: 28 Years of Progress, 1934-1962.

"Outdoor Swimming Pools", from the report of the City of New York Department of Parks: 28 Years of Progress, 1934-1962.

Wolfsburg Cultural Center - Alvar Aalto

Wolfsburg Cultural Center - Alvar Aalto