Josef Albers en la Bauhaus

nomadicity:

Tomado de acá.

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Josef Albers entró en el aula con un hatillo de periódicos bajo el brazo, que luego repartió entre los estudiantes. Después se dirigió a nosotros y dijo, más o menos:

‘Damas y caballeros: nosotros somos pobres y no ricos. No podemos permitirnos perder material ni…
n-architecture:

Movie: Futurama 1939 New York World’s Fair “To New Horizons” 1940 General Motors 23min
‘Definitive document of pre-World War II futuristic utopian thinking, as envisioned by General Motors. Documents the “Futurama” exhibit in GM’s “Highways and Horizons” pavilion at the World’s Fair, which looks ahead to the “wonder world of 1960.”’
Futurama was an exhibit/ride at the 1939 New York World’s Fair designed by Norman Bel Geddes that tried to show the world 20 years into the future (1959—1960). Sponsored by the General Motors Corporation, the installation was characterized by its automated highways and vast suburbs. Compared to other “visions of the future,” Bel Geddes’ was rather achievable—the most advanced technology posited was the automated highway system, of which General Motors built a working prototype by 1960….

n-architecture:

Movie: Futurama 1939 New York World’s Fair “To New Horizons” 1940 General Motors 23min

‘Definitive document of pre-World War II futuristic utopian thinking, as envisioned by General Motors. Documents the “Futurama” exhibit in GM’s “Highways and Horizons” pavilion at the World’s Fair, which looks ahead to the “wonder world of 1960.”’

Futurama was an exhibit/ride at the 1939 New York World’s Fair designed by Norman Bel Geddes that tried to show the world 20 years into the future (1959—1960). Sponsored by the General Motors Corporation, the installation was characterized by its automated highways and vast suburbs. Compared to other “visions of the future,” Bel Geddes’ was rather achievable—the most advanced technology posited was the automated highway system, of which General Motors built a working prototype by 1960….

(vía tashula)

archiveofaffinities:

Bertrand Goldberg, Proposal for American Broadcasting Company Building, New York, New York, 1969

archiveofaffinities:

Bertrand Goldberg, Proposal for American Broadcasting Company Building, New York, New York, 1969

(vía OostCampus / Carlos Arroyo OostCampus / Carlos Arroyo – Plataforma Arquitectura)
Model Titan rocket with Gemini capsule in the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel on March 20, 1964, at NSAA’s Langley Research Center. (NASA) (via Remembering Project Gemini - In Focus - The Atlantic)

Model Titan rocket with Gemini capsule in the Transonic Dynamics Tunnel on March 20, 1964, at NSAA’s Langley Research Center. (NASA) (via Remembering Project Gemini - In Focus - The Atlantic)

Louis Kahn with Jonas Salk, looking at a model of the City Tower at Cornell University in 1958 (via Louis Kahn - The Power of Architecture)

Louis Kahn with Jonas Salk, looking at a model of the City Tower at Cornell University in 1958 
(via Louis Kahn - The Power of Architecture)

(via Auroville belongs to nobody in particular - but does it float)
(via Surreal Miniature Worlds That Will Make You Look Twice)
cabaretland:

Wes Anderson, El “Belafonte”

cabaretland:

Wes Anderson, El “Belafonte”

(Fuente: civicinfrastructures, vía elisacantero)

Arduino The Documentary (2010) Spanish HD (by gnd)

Maqueta de la ciudad exhibida en 1940 en el Museo de Historia Natural de Los Ángeles. LA en sí es un inmenso plató cinematográfico, y algunas de sus calles más antiguas, construidas a principios del siglo XX, han servido para recrear incluso la vieja Nueva York (fotografía anónima). (via Galería: El sueño americano - De costa a costa)

Maqueta de la ciudad exhibida en 1940 en el Museo de Historia Natural de Los Ángeles. LA en sí es un inmenso plató cinematográfico, y algunas de sus calles más antiguas, construidas a principios del siglo XX, han servido para recrear incluso la vieja Nueva York (fotografía anónima). (via Galería: El sueño americano - De costa a costa)

(via AmazingFuture)
(via mental_floss Blog » Star Wars Behind The Scenes: 40 Rare Photos)