Sketch for Proun 6B, El Lissitzky, 1919-21. Part of the Royal Academy’s show Building the Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture 1915-1935

Sketch for Proun 6B, El Lissitzky, 1919-21. Part of the Royal Academy’s show Building the Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture 1915-1935

aod 39 by Michael Wolf, his entry into Prix Pictet. Thanks to Ethel Baraona for the heads up.

aod 39 by Michael Wolf, his entry into Prix Pictet. Thanks to Ethel Baraona for the heads up.

Edifício Copan (Copan Building), one of Oscar Niemeyer's more iconic buildings in Sao Paulo. Photo courtesy of Emiliano Homrich. 

Edifício Copan (Copan Building), one of Oscar Niemeyer's more iconic buildings in Sao Paulo. Photo courtesy of Emiliano Homrich

Jonathan Andrew’s minimal photos of World War 2 bunkers. More photos can be found on beautiful/decay.

Jonathan Andrew’s minimal photos of World War 2 bunkers. More photos can be found on beautiful/decay.

Georgian Ministry of Highways, one of a number of buildings profiled in a feature article in the Guardian profiling post revolutionary era architecture in Russia. The article draws on Chaubin’s book CCCP: Cosmic Communist Constructions Photographed

Georgian Ministry of Highways, one of a number of buildings profiled in a feature article in the Guardian profiling post revolutionary era architecture in Russia. The article draws on Chaubin’s book CCCP: Cosmic Communist Constructions Photographed

Proposed plan for the Herne Hill Velodrome, London.
“I am delighted to have this opportunity to present our first thoughts for redeveloping the Herne Hill Velodrome site. As work on our 2012 Olympic Velodrome nears completion this is a critical moment to secure the legacy of the 1948 venue and ensure its longterm future as a community and grassroots cycling venue. Together these two Olympic cycle centres complement each other and offer London a wonderful opportunity to re-establish itself as an important destination for track cycling.
“In our concept design we have tried to capture the ideas generated by the cycling community in responding to the campaign appeal, and respect the charm of the location and the proud heritage of the Herne Hill Velodrome. We look forward to hearing your comments on this concept proposal.”
Mike Taylor, Hopkins Architects

Click on the photo for a pdf with more details.

Proposed plan for the Herne Hill Velodrome, London.

“I am delighted to have this opportunity to present our first thoughts for redeveloping the Herne Hill Velodrome site. As work on our 2012 Olympic Velodrome nears completion this is a critical moment to secure the legacy of the 1948 venue and ensure its longterm future as a community and grassroots cycling venue. Together these two Olympic cycle centres complement each other and offer London a wonderful opportunity to re-establish itself as an important destination for track cycling.

“In our concept design we have tried to capture the ideas generated by the cycling community in responding to the campaign appeal, and respect the charm of the location and the proud heritage of the Herne Hill Velodrome. We look forward to hearing your comments on this concept proposal.”

Mike Taylor, Hopkins Architects

Click on the photo for a pdf with more details.

Felice Varini at Spazio Fendi, Milan. See other images on Unurth to get an alternative perspective on this work.

Felice Varini at Spazio Fendi, Milan. See other images on Unurth to get an alternative perspective on this work.

WYSI*not*WYG (anarchitecture) by Oliver Ratsi. More images and information available on the Triangulation blog.

WYSI*not*WYG (anarchitecture) by Oliver Ratsi. More images and information available on the Triangulation blog.

Tessel is a kinetic sound installation investigating the perception of sound and space, it’s constituted of a suspended and articulated topography of 4 x 2 m, subdivided into forty triangles. Twelve of them are fitted with motors and eight are equipped with audio transducers, which transform the surface into a dynamic sonic space.

The installation is a collaboration between French composer and artist David Letellier, and LAb[au], Belgian electronic arts studio.

More information on the project can be found on the Triangulation blog.