Architecture should be romantic and playful. Forthright and honest, without cliche's and fashionable adjustments. [...] it should not intimidate, embarrass, disagree, or be purely whimsical or frivolous.
Allyn E. Morris
Kiel Johnson’s Paper Metropolis | Versailles 3D, Created by Google, Gives You an Impressive Tour of Louis XIV’s Famous Palace | The glamorous lives of architectural interns | A Sign in Space by Gunilla Klingberg | Colourful umbrellas over the streets of Portugal | Artist Converts Photo Booth into multi-faith worship space | The College Dorm You Wish You Lived In | Wiel Arets named Dean of IIT | Entire street covered in good old bubble wrap |
last word: Rooftop farm in Durban, South Africa