1. dezeen:

Swedish architect Tommy Carlsson has completed an affordable prefabricated home near Stockholm that is clad in corrugated iron and resembles a cube with some of its corners cut off »

    dezeen:

    Swedish architect Tommy Carlsson has completed an affordable prefabricated home near Stockholm that is clad in corrugated iron and resembles a cube with some of its corners cut off »

  2. stealmag:

3XN presents la tour residential tower in aarhus, denmark
3XN presents la tour residential tower in aarhus, denmarkall images courtesy of 3XN       commissioned by developer jens richard pedersen, architecture office 3XN has presented its design for ‘la tour tower’, a 31-floor residential building sited in aarhus, denmark.

    stealmag:

    3XN presents la tour residential tower in aarhus, denmark

    3XN presents la tour residential tower in aarhus, denmarkall images courtesy of 3XN       commissioned by developer jens richard pedersen, architecture office 3XN has presented its design for ‘la tour tower’, a 31-floor residential building sited in aarhus, denmark.

  3. wallpapermag:

Letter from the Netherlands: we chart the nation’s new architecture projects

    wallpapermag:

    Letter from the Netherlands: we chart the nation’s new architecture projects

  4. lesmachins:

    Sandcrawler

  5. stealmag:

UNIT creates sky street for shenzen bay super city competition
the synthetic green space reorganizes public amenities 150 meters above the ground to mesh interior programs of each vertical volume.

    stealmag:

    UNIT creates sky street for shenzen bay super city competition

    the synthetic green space reorganizes public amenities 150 meters above the ground to mesh interior programs of each vertical volume.

  6. bushdog:

    Emerald Guitars - Ive been working all day on a very special custom 9 string…

  7. voilaveniversum:

    Cymatics. Frequency, visualized.

  8. fathom-the-universe:

The physics of musicThese patterns are made with nothing but sound. They are called Chladni patterns, after the German physicist Ernst Chladni (1756–1827) who used his violin bow to vibrate a metal plate with sand on it. A pattern appears in the sand when a surface is made to vibrate at certain resonances. A plate or membrane vibrating at resonance is divided into regions vibrating in opposite directions, bounded by lines of zero vibration called nodal lines. The sand is moved around the plate and collects at the nodes on the plate. The patterns that form are highly symmetrical and beautiful.Fathom the Universe

    fathom-the-universe:

    The physics of music

    These patterns are made with nothing but sound. They are called Chladni patterns, after the German physicist Ernst Chladni (1756–1827) who used his violin bow to vibrate a metal plate with sand on it. A pattern appears in the sand when a surface is made to vibrate at certain resonances. A plate or membrane vibrating at resonance is divided into regions vibrating in opposite directions, bounded by lines of zero vibration called nodal lines. The sand is moved around the plate and collects at the nodes on the plate. The patterns that form are highly symmetrical and beautiful.


    Fathom the Universe