Urban Architecture Photography by Nick Frank. Low angle of buisness building, emphasizing the swooping curve of the lower ongoing rooms near photographer against the height of the main building. Clouds look almost swirling around it - Fish eye lens?
[#architecture] Con/struct: The Fictional Urban Architecture of Justin Plunkett http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/06/construct-the-fictional-urban-architecture-of-justin-plunkett/ … via @Colossal pic.twitter.com/zinHbysMFE
As urban architecture reaches ever-greater heights, a new generation of country homes seeks to preserve rural, often protected, landscapes by burrowing downwards. Dominic Bradbury reports on what lies (elegantly) beneath.
An urban farm was recently planted right in the heart of downtown Shenzhen, China as part of the Shenzhen & Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture. The installation, called Landgrab City, is a square plot of land that represents a map of the city and visualizes how much food is required to sustain it.