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Piano Rims in Conditioning Room, Steinway Piano factory, Astoria, Queens, New York City by Christopher Payne/Bonni Benrubi Gallery

Less is More

Unity and repetition. A great example of Unity; with the repetition of the arc structure and reflection, place this image in a way that brings them all together. The spacing within the shadow on the wall also creates the sense of great proximity and mood.

St. Henry’s Ecumenical Art Chapel (Turku, Finland) by Sanaksenaho Architects

Henry’s Ecumenical Art Chapel, Turku Finland. A simple and clean design by Sanaksenaho Architects creates a powerful place for worship at St. Henry's Ecumenical Art Chapel in Finland.

Le réservoir de Montsouris , Paris

Le réservoir de Montsouris (the tank of Montsouris) is a hidden treasure in the south of Paris.I don't know what this is for but I really wanna swim in it


thekhooll: The City of Silence The city of silence by Lorenzo Linthout : metaphysics and architecture in the urban scene.

Berg Park in Farmington, bridge, path, curve, lines, architechture, wooden boards, shadows, breathtaking, symmetrical, photograph, photo b/w.

This photo uses symmetrical balance by showing right down the center of a bridge. It also uses pattern through the wooden sides and top of the bridge.

the forbidden colors

Element of art and design: Space (positive and negative) / Depth / Perspective. It feels like Im looking in a mirror holding mirror as you can see yourself in the mirror of how you see a ending point of an space.

:. "Light and Shadow". From the National Museum in Lima, Peru.  Maufoto

Peter Eisenman's Berlin/Holocaust memorial Light and Shadow. I like the way the structure of the building creates strong impressions of light and dark. Also the juxtaposition between the natural and man-made forces interests me.


Upside Down Inside Out by Aaron Yeoman - The Bridge of Aspiration (The Royal Ballet School), London, England Lighting design: Speirs + Major

After fifteen years, plants have decided that they're in charge of buildings

A realistic look at a world that could be found in a Dystopian universe, it has a good use of bright colour while also giving a feeling of ambience and abandonment.

Termini - Tony Karp, 2004…beautiful colors…  (via glowafter-deactivated20120813)

by Tony Karp (Yes, these are arches, not doors, but this photo beautifully expresses the many, many doors or arches that we go through in a lifetime.

Hartsville Nuclear Plant - Tennessee

Photographer Richard Gubbels out of Utrecht, Netherlands shot these amazing photos inside the cooling tower of an abandoned power plant. (via Richard Gubbels