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The New New York Skyline. Manhattan continua a crescere… in altezza! - CITYPROJECT

Une visualisation interactive du National Geographic, qui montre à quel point la "skyline" de New York est en train de changer Manhattan is in the midst of an unprecedented tall building boom that's radically changing its skyline.

Arthur Pollock

Arthur Pollock , Delivering a dinosaur to the Boston Museum of Science, 1984

London vs Paris: The Urban Head-to-Head

Paris or London? London or Paris? These two icons of culture, design, style and history go head to head in this Infographic designed by the team at HouseTrip London. Who do you think comes out on top?

a good decision new york. what is is better than what could have been

According to Joi Ito, the Director of MIT Media Lab, the key to innovation is to empower and enable nature, rather than trying to control it

Fine Art Architectural Painting, Artist Study with thanks to David Martiashvili,, Resources for Art Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at milliande.com , Inspiration for Art School Portfolio Work, How to Paint Buildings and Architecture

028 painting sale by David Martiashvili, none none painting 028 .

From original pinner: How to survive New York City. I'm embarrassed to admit that I can never remember when a cab is available - there I am flayling my arm when it's off duty or occupied - .

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Snowstorm A great blizzard (by some accounts a late-season hurricane that collided with a cold front) paralyzes New York under snowdrifts two stories deep in places; it will take the city nearly two weeks to recover. - New-York Historical Society

taken at a Beaux-Arts Ball in New York City on January 23, 1931, shows a gathering of famous architects dressed up as the equally (if not more) famous buildings they designed.    Pictured from left to right are: A. Stewart Walker (Fuller Building), Leonard Schultze (Waldorf-Astoria), Ely Jacques Kahn (Squibb Building), William Van Alen [looking particularly splendid] (Chrysler Building), Ralph Walker (1 Wall Street), D.E. Ward (Metropolitan Tower), Joseph H. Freelander (Museum of New York)

Stewart Walker(Fuller Building), Leonard Schultze(Waldorf-Astoria), Ely Jacques Kahn(Squibb Building), William Van Alen(Chrysler Building), Ralph Walker(Wall Street Building) and Joseph Freedlander(Museum of the City of New York).

The Turn of the Century (51 pics)

1926 -- The giant dirigible Los Angeles floats above the city of Detroit. Below is Washington Boulevard, with the Book-Cadillac Hotel on the right and the New Book Tower to the left. Photo from The New York Times Photo Archives.

Ed Ruscha:  Every Building on the Sunset Strip (1966).

Urban Transects Revisited #2

Use maybe a partial spread by using an opening page (concertina or simple fold?) - crop a photo > maybe the hever photo w/ hever on left w/ hedge. Think about the theme style! Ed Ruscha - every building on the sunset strip

Teach China Poster Beijing Nanjing map. (920×2104)

Teach China Poster Beijing Nanjing map. (920×2104)