Lake Onega, Russia, 17-18th century
Kizhi Pogost is a fenced UNESCO World Historical site on the Island of Kizhi, Russia. It contains the Church of the Transfiguration and the Church of the Intercession and one bell tower all built in the 17th Century. The Pogost was built entirely without the use of any nails and using round logs of Pine as the main structural unit.
자꾸만 네가 떠올라, Sinking of you, Daehyun Kim, 2010
The Korean title translates into “i keep thinking of you,” but it literally means “you keep floating up”
and then the English title is “Sinking of you”
so when you think of another person, that mentally woven image will float up to the surface beyond your reach
while you are weighted down by your own obsession
Olga Breeskin, «Vedette, Violinista, Cantante»Ruso-Mexicana, tocando con mariachi.
#Fabricate me, Capitan. #3DPrinting
No filta #BURQUE505
eeee, norteña life #505 (at Abiquiu Lake)
Feeeeeeeelin’ alright ;) #SummaTime (at Kastrup Søbad)
Shout out to all my #Architecture homies. Enjoying the mountains of #BIGarchitrcture for the flat topo of #Denmark. @bjarkeingels (at Mountain Dwellings)