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The Zero Theorem by Terry Gilliam

Totally disgusting but fascinating silk pavilion by Neri Oxman

New book on the shelf - Cotters and Squatters, Housing’s hidden history by Colin Ward. It puts forward the idea of the “one night house” where “if you can build a house between sunset and sunrise, then the owner of the land cannot expel you”

New book on the shelf - Cotters and Squatters, Housing’s hidden history by Colin Ward. It puts forward the idea of the “one night house” where “if you can build a house between sunset and sunrise, then the owner of the land cannot expel you”

Gestating…..Ceramic Mountains

Gestating…..Ceramic Mountains

New book on the shelf. Stuff matters, by Mark Miodownik

New book on the shelf. Stuff matters, by Mark Miodownik

Performer’s perspective from the London Olympics, an oddly fascinating and dizzy video

Fordites: Artificial stones accidentally created in car factories from hardened layers of paints

Fordites: Artificial stones accidentally created in car factories from hardened layers of paints

Just watched an interview clip and lol….John Hejduk on Peter Eisenman….

Just watched an interview clip and lol….John Hejduk on Peter Eisenman….

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

This is the cronut. The inevitable cross breeding between a doughnut and croissant. Natural selection at its best.

This is the cronut. The inevitable cross breeding between a doughnut and croissant. Natural selection at its best.

siewandyang:

Nature and architecture are such vast topics. Yet, in such a small book they’ve both found an equal standing and for once, are on the same level.

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thepapercity:

Sections of golf balls… photos by James Friedman

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Super Future Soon

The Zero Theorem by Terry Gilliam

Himmeli

Himmeli

Totally disgusting but fascinating silk pavilion by Neri Oxman

New book on the shelf - Cotters and Squatters, Housing’s hidden history by Colin Ward. It puts forward the idea of the “one night house” where “if you can build a house between sunset and sunrise, then the owner of the land cannot expel you”

New book on the shelf - Cotters and Squatters, Housing’s hidden history by Colin Ward. It puts forward the idea of the “one night house” where “if you can build a house between sunset and sunrise, then the owner of the land cannot expel you”

Gestating…..Ceramic Mountains

Gestating…..Ceramic Mountains

New book on the shelf. Stuff matters, by Mark Miodownik

New book on the shelf. Stuff matters, by Mark Miodownik

Performer’s perspective from the London Olympics, an oddly fascinating and dizzy video

Fordites: Artificial stones accidentally created in car factories from hardened layers of paints

Fordites: Artificial stones accidentally created in car factories from hardened layers of paints

Just watched an interview clip and lol….John Hejduk on Peter Eisenman….

Just watched an interview clip and lol….John Hejduk on Peter Eisenman….

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

The Grand Sutro Bath, San Francisco

This is the cronut. The inevitable cross breeding between a doughnut and croissant. Natural selection at its best.

This is the cronut. The inevitable cross breeding between a doughnut and croissant. Natural selection at its best.

siewandyang:

Nature and architecture are such vast topics. Yet, in such a small book they’ve both found an equal standing and for once, are on the same level.

(via archidose)

thepapercity:

Sections of golf balls… photos by James Friedman

(via archidose)

Super Future Soon

About:

Somewhere along the way, I stumbled upon a half opened book, an odd drawing in the corner of a room, video of strange machines, maps of monstrous gardens, an old man stringing a cord next to a waterfall. There may not always be someone standing next to me to share with as I stumble upon these things, so I put them up here for you.

These Things from Somewhere, one by one, swimming in my head, create the Book of Elsewhere

John Ng 2011

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