segunda-feira, maio 02, 2016

Lie Øyen - Villa Tussefaret, Drøbak 2014. An affordable house...

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Lie ØyenVilla Tussefaret, Drøbak 2014. An affordable house designed as a puzzle of large pre-cast concrete panels, the upstairs can be easily separated from the downstairs to create two independent units. Photos © Fin Serck-Hanssen, Nils Petter Dale.

Game of Thrones Inspired Portraits by Mike Wrobel Artist Mike... crss

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Game of Thrones Inspired Portraits by Mike Wrobel

Artist Mike Wrobel has reimagined GoT characters as pop icons or dressed in 90s grunge fashion. Orginally from France, Mike is the founder of Tokyo based graphic design company, Moshi Studio (Moshi kun is the mascot for the studio).

More Moshi: Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter
● Buy prints, apparel, device cases & more at Mike’s Society6 Shop


Cross Connect is in the game on Facebook & Twitter

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remash: bridport street rez ~ mat gibson architecture + design

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bridport street rez ~ mat gibson architecture + design


bridport street rez ~ mat gibson architecture + design


bridport street rez ~ mat gibson architecture + design


bridport street rez | kitchen ~ mat gibson architecture + design

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bridport street rez ~ mat gibson architecture + design

f*ck yeah baugruppen

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f*ck yeah baugruppen:

Hello everyone,

Good friend of subtilitas Michael Eliason has recently started a blog focused on Baugruppen, a collectively owned and dense urban housing model that is garnering a lot of momentum in European countries. Mike is part of the reason I decided to start this blog back in 2009, as early conversations at the old Archinect discussion boards introduced me to an endless amount of work I’ve featured here throughout the years. His old site, Brute Force Collaborative, is still a fantastic resource on passivhouse design. 

The site will certainly be an interesting and informative vessel for conversations regarding new models of collective housing, hopefully a trend we see adopted more in the US. For a primer, please see his multi-part series written for the Urbanist

In 1964, renowned filmmaker Satyajit Ray was asked to create a...

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In 1964, renowned filmmaker Satyajit Ray was asked to create a short film for ‘ESSO World Theater’, a cultural showcase presented on television and funded by the American oil company Esso. Asked to write and direct the film in English, Ray opted instead to make a film without words. The result is a poignant fable of friendship and rivalry. As he did for many of his films, Ray composed the music for the film, including the haunting tune played on the flute.

After Satyajit Ray was awarded an Honorary Academy Award in 1992, the Academy embarked on an ambitious endeavor to preserve the works of the Bengali filmmaker. “Two,” also known as “Parable of Two,” is part of the Academy’s Satyajit Ray Collection, which includes 18 feature films directed by Ray and preserved by the Archive.

Though Ray worked exclusively on 35mm, “Two” may have been filmed on 16mm, as it was created specifically for television.  After an exhaustive search for elements relating to the film, three 16mm prints were found. From the 16mm print with the least wear and tear, courtesy of the Austrian Film Museum, a preservation negative was struck. “Two” was then digitally scanned and picture clean up and restoration were performed to eliminate scratches.  The 16mm film’s poor audio was also restored.  The film is now preserved and available to screen theatrically on 16mm or as a digital cinema package (DCP).  Now, audiences everywhere can see this obscure gem, preserved by the Academy Film Archive, from master filmmaker Satyajit Ray.