When you look at the moon, what do you see? Sometimes only a small part can be seen, sometimes it looks whole. It seems to change over time, but these cyclical changes are only the result of its movement and the reflection of sunlight on its surface. The Half collection traces the relationship of people with the Earth’s only natural satellite, exploring the lunar phases to try to imitate them and add functional value to such a valued symbol.
rocket scrolling by! reapproaching a few photos for a new series of prints. this one’s from the first uncrewed launch of Orion / same rocket at the end of The Martian. feels good diving back in with fresh eyes.
Lone surfer enjoying the sunset in the freezing water of the arctic ocean. 🏄🏻♂️ I tried out surfing first time ever in this view. Was so surprised how even in 3 degree water you can sweat like crazy🥴😂
We’re honored that 55 Hudson Yards has won an AIA New York Design Award, recognized with Merit in the Architecture category. The design draws on principles of scale, detail, and material expression, while negotiating the significant constraints of its site above the No. 7 subway station.
The winning projects, selected by a jury of independent architects, educators, critics, and planners from outside New York City, will be included in an exhibition at the @CenterforArch opening on April 16. 📷: @connyay#architecture#AIANY#HudsonYards#kohnpedersenfox
A rare perfect sunrise in Ubud. The rice terraces were full and green, no tourists had arrived yet, and it rained the night before which meant the sunbeams were the strongest I’ve ever seen them. As the sun comes up, the rice farmers begin tending to their crops.
Shoutout to @theudaya for hosting me as I visited Ubud! Check them out if you’re ever in the area :)
Sometimes the moody skies, threatening clouds and rolling hills can make a simple day out feel pretty epic!! This was taken on Glaramra. Not an epic alpine mountain. No need for fancy gear. Good pair of winter boots, warm layers, & a map and compass makes great day of mountain therapy. Not quite crampon weather yet as the rocks aren’t covered and it may damage the land. Micro spikes maybe on steeper ground if you’re not confident on this terrain, but it felt pretty soggy to me. Accessible to anyone if you allow for the lack of light in winter and the time it takes to trudge through wet snow. ❄️💙⛰
I am absolutely happy and proud to have such a great team that fought with me all 90 minutes after my mistake that not only caused the first goal, but also send @davidluiz_4 (Sorry, David!) off the pitch. We never give up, we fight with passion and stand together! 🙌🏻 Thanks #Gunners 🙏🏻 #SM20
Here’s the stack for my @washu.landscapearchitecture seminar Vacant/Wild/Ruined: Feral Urbanism, where we will be exploring the histories, myths and traumas of urban decline, vacancy and erasure. St. Louis is our place of observation — a city with resurgent development on one half and growing hypervacancy across its other half. This city does not look or feel whole, but whose version of “whole” drives policy, capital and cultural production? We’ll be working largely in place away from school, based in Old North St. Louis (a strong, vibrant neighborhood that nonetheless lost over 60% of its peak population) with many treks across St. Louis bewildering contradictions. Student work will serve neighborhood goals with tangible products.
Time to brag on my family.
My grandparents used to fly. My grandmother “Gina” flew with the 99s (women in Aviation, of which Amelia Earhart was the founding President) & raced in the Powder puff Derby.
My dad continues the tradition & has flown Cessnas off & on throughout his life.
And now my sister @lcaubble & bro-n-law @johncaubble are furthering the family legacy. They’ve been working so hard the last few years to become private pilots & to get certified in IFR (instrument flight rating). In a matter of months, they’ll become Commercial Pilots & even go on to be once flight instructors.
One of their MANY jobs on Maui is running an aviation business called @flymauihi. And it was a thrill to go up with them a few times while on island over the holidays.
If you’re ever on Maui & want to learn to fly, you can take a Discovery Flight with them & see Hawai’i from an entirely new perspective!
Anyway, I have the coolest family in the world. Even though they go to bed at 7:30p every night. But I won’t hold that against them. ;)
Sebuah momentum perjuangan waktu itu dimana kami bersatu padu bergerak melawan apa apa yang memang salah kami barisan sakit hati terhadap kebijakan pemerintah yang akan mengesahkan RUU baik KUHP atau RUU yang lainnya
Tuntunan kami, buatlah sistem yang adil & beradab! Bukan yang ngaur & tidak jelas!
Sering rasanya mendengar orang orang legislatif berbicara hukum kita sudah tua & tidak lagi relevan , pertanyaan pun muncul sebenarnya yang tidak relevan & tua itu undang undang atau kau "elit politik", kalian mempertontonkan kebodohan publik kami menilai melihat dan mengingat itu..
Rakyat sudah cerdas bung!
DPR (Dewan Pembodohan Rakyat)
Barisan sakit hati
Bandung 23-24 September 2019
ARQUITETO E ENGENHEIRO: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, William Frazier Baker por SOM @skidmoreowingsmerrill
Localização: Dubai, Emirados Árabes Unidos
Área: 454249,0 m2
Ano do projeto: 2010
O edifício mais alto do mundo, o Burj Khalifa, possui 828 metros de altura e está no coração do centro urbano de Dubai, região em constante crescimento. Com o seu pico a 3.008 metros, a elegância natural da cordilheira rivaliza com as conquistas arquitetônicas do país.
O design geral da torre foi inspirado nas geometrias de uma flor regional do deserto e nos sistemas de padronização incorporados na arquitetura islâmica. Construída em concreto armado e revestida de vidro, a torre é composta por volumes esculpidos dispostos em torno de um núcleo central reforçado. À medida que a torre se eleva de uma base plana, os contratempos ocorrem em um padrão em espiral ascendente, reduzindo a massa do edifício à medida que ela atinge o céu. No auge, o núcleo central emerge e forma uma torre.
The principle focus of Kagan House by @kennedy_nolan was to preserve and restore a house designed by Anatol Kagan in Studley Park, Kew.
Kennedy Nolan looked to develop a visual character which was derived from the heritage of Melbourne modernism but which was clearly a contemporary expression.
The studios’ interventions aim to bring into balance inside and outside without compromising the legibility of Kagan’s exterior articulation. These changes represent an imagining of the trajectory of modernist ideas without compromising the visual qualities of the original heritage object.
Photography by @derek_swalwell.
Build by @weissbuilders.
Landscape by Phil Harkin.