What's a girl to do ?

atelierdenuit:

La référence de l’étudiant,

C’est une petite mignardise graphique, notre maitre de la repré informatique, qui est aujourd’hui à l’honneur. Alex Hogrefe, ancien étudiant en Architecture à la Miami University, crée son site en 2009, il sera embauché grâce a celui ci à sa sortie de l’école par Paul Lukez un architecte à Boston, pour lequel il bosse toujours. N’hésitez pas a allez visiter son site www.alexhogrefe.com dans lequel il vous présente nombre de tutos où vous verrez que n’importe quel logiciel de 3D ne vaut pas un peu de Sketchup et ce bon vieux Photoshop. Et oui vous n’y croirez peut être pas mais notre bon Alex n’utilise que ces deux la pour faire ses images. Alors on se remonte les manches et on s’y colle, dans une semaine c’est relâche.

Cheers lovers

http://alexhogrefe.tumblr.com

archiveofaffinities:

Joost Baljeu, Synthesist Construction f4, 1966

archiveofaffinities:

Joost Baljeu, Synthesist Construction f4, 1966

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urbnist:

Traffic Reduction 101

urbnist:

Traffic Reduction 101

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polychroniadis:

‘Spring Wind House’ by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop.

polychroniadis:

‘Spring Wind House’ by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop.

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Green carpet by Gaelle Villedary

Green carpet by Gaelle Villedary

Less but better

Less but better

Tags: dublin

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Things I want to do when i go back to France

- Go to St Malo and eat an ice cream on the beach
- Go to la Route du Rock, but this time for the whole weekend
- Eat raclette even if it’s summer
- Eat lots of oyster with bread, butter and wine
- Also eat mussels with cream and lots of chips in Nantes
- Do the Estuaire trip again
- Swim in the Atlantic ocean

Basically, beach, food and music.

timelightbox:

Photograph by Jim Naughten, courtesy of Klompching Gallery, New York
Fifteen years after his first trip to Namibia, photographer Jim Naughten returned to document the Herero tribe — a people whose history and colorful dress has been indefinitely shaped by their colonial experience. See the work here on LightBox.

timelightbox:

Photograph by Jim Naughten, courtesy of Klompching Gallery, New York

Fifteen years after his first trip to Namibia, photographer Jim Naughten returned to document the Herero tribe — a people whose history and colorful dress has been indefinitely shaped by their colonial experience. See the work here on LightBox.

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