Beate Gütschow is a German contemporary artist who works primarily through photography. In her work, she analyses the complex and ever-changing … [Read more...]
A Downsized Manhattan Between Analogy and Abstraction: “Roosevelt Island Housing, competition” by O.M. Ungers (1975).
In 1975, German architect Oswald Mathias Ungers took part in the “Roosevelt Island Housing", a competition sponsored by the State’s Urban Development … [Read more...]
Kon Wajiro’s Archaeology of Present Times
Japanese architect, sociologist, and educator Kon Wajiro was living in Tokyo when the violent 1923 earthquake occurred. With his students, he visited … [Read more...]
Reinventing Suburban Reality: “Constructed” by Pawel Nolbert
"Constructed" is a series of photos by Polish graphic designer, illustrator, and web designer Pawel Nolbert. A selection of the artist's own travel … [Read more...]