🤬🤬🤬 THEY ARE APPLAUDING THE 2 BUFFALO POLICE OFFICERS WHO ASSAULTED A 75 YEAR OLD MAN.
I am not sure one single moment of the entire uprising we are in right now gives us a better glimpse into the mind of American police.
WHAT ARE THEY APPLAUDING??! Their fellow officers assaulted an old frail man!! They are literally treating these men like heroes!
This is what we are up against. It’s why we say we have to defund and shrink the power and budgets and size of American police. This group is not a training or a workshop away from getting better.
And join our volunteer team @GrassrootsLaw.orgg ok? We need you.
Two years ago?!? Crazy how time flies. My plan was to lead this route this year amongst a load of others. 😭 I think it will be a very very long time before I consider returning to the Lake District to even hike, let alone to climb there..... oh well the rocks aren’t going anywhere and I have lovely Yorkshire to socially distance play in. 💙🧗♀️
Tag someone who would love this amethyst sink! 😍
Escaping back to these moments...
Who else is loving the breezeblock comeback show? 🙋🏼♀️ Once considered outdated, these retro icons are fast becoming a hot ticket for new homes and renovations 🔥
За время самоизоляцию и сидения дома многим приелись стены и имеющиеся на них картины😬
Мне уже несколько человек написали с подобным😅 и попросили приобрести мои фотографии в высоком качестве для распечатки, чтобы украсить своё гнёздышко приятными пейзажами☺️ Так что если у вас есть свободные стены, на которые вы хотели бы поместить мои фотографии, или заменить имеющиеся на них изображения, то напишите мне 👈🏻
Все изображения из моего аккаунта есть и вертикальные, и горизонтальные😌 есть даже больше, чем в аккаунте😁 нужно просто поинтересоваться🙈
Выбирайте любое фото на ваш вкус😋
Slightly delayed, but big announcement is here!
For the rest of the week we are exploring new approaches to sustainability and materiality with a focus on simple, yet radical and ethical ways to design and build. Featured architects include @studiobark and @rotordc. But first up are @dorte_mandrup and Yasmeen Lari (@barefoot.in.pakistan).
Earlier in the year we were lucky enough to host inspirational lectures by both of these pioneering architects. If you didn’t get the chance to hear them in person you can now listen back to the talks via the links in our bio.
Dorte Mandrup talks through her practice’s significant recent projects, which closely analyse and respond to local climates, biodiversity and landscaping. Climate awareness and sensitivity to the surrounding environment is key to her work, which utilises both new sustainable technologies and more traditional or vernacular building methods such as thatch.
Yasmeen Lari works with marginalised communities in Pakistan to create zero-carbon structures in what she calls ‘barefoot architecture’. Her lecture calls on architects to recognise the potential they have to utilise their skills and knowledge in creating a more sustainable future. She outlines her manifesto for a barefoot social architecture that follows a dictum of “low cost, zero carbon footprint and zero waste.”
1, 2 – Wadden Sea Centre, photo @adammork
3 – The Whale, image www.mir.no
4 – photo Ruth Ward
5 – photo Erika Stevenson
6 - courtesy Yasmeen Lari
Find out more on RIBA’s 2030 Climate Challenge [Link in Bio]
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📷 by @mifthah_abie08
We were all brought to this earth by birth, and leave this earth by death. We came here the same. We are all equal. No matter what colour, what religion, what culture, we are all human. We must look after each other, we are all we have ✨
The milkyway rises over the ancient volcano Tarawera in Rotorua. Shot in the good company of @laurie_winter and @a.d.f.photography 💫
Twilight on top of beautiful mountain Ama Dablam
Jenuh bukan nya resah,akan tetapi memikirkan kehidupan yang selalu monoton tanpa ada skenario di dalam nya.
DID is founded on the mission to provide all students with the opportunity to enjoy the expansive creativity of architectural education. Full and partial scholarships are available for all students with expressed financial need. For 10 years, DID has provided over 100 need-based scholarships to youth in Los Angeles to experience contemporary design topics led by architect and SCI-Arc Faculty @mira_henry
𝗔𝗽𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗰𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝘀 𝗳𝗼𝗿 𝗗𝗲𝘀𝗶𝗴𝗻 𝗜𝗺𝗺𝗲𝗿𝘀𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗗𝗮𝘆𝘀 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟬 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝗻𝗼𝘄 𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗻 on the SCI-Arc website. The program starts June 22 and space is limited, so apply today! Watch this video for a taste of the three-week-long DID program. Continuing its traditions in concept as well as explorations of scale through cutting-edge design platforms, the curriculum will incorporate new methods for content and project delivery to engender a collaborative and fun social environment.
Design Immersion Days is generously supported by US Bank Foundation and Goodwin Family Memorial Trust, and recognized for its excellence at three levels of government—with support from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, National Endowment for the Arts, and the California Arts Council.
Було надзвичайно круто і атмосферно😈😍
Flying rooftop or views from a hotel.
Original shot of my good friend @sagitarbal
Swipe for full image 🌻 I woke up this morning to the wonderful sound of thunder here. I had been following the weather forecast and knew there was a chance, but it’s still quite rare to experience here in the Seattle area. Thunderstorms are easily one of the things I miss most about living in the Midwest.
About the shot: Storm clouds form above a field of blooming balsamroot in the Columbia Hills. From the archives, taken several years ago during one of the most windy mornings that I've ever experienced out shooting. I almost completely abandoned the idea of getting my gear out and attempting to take any photos as a storm started blowing in...and likewise, blowing around everything in its path. This is the result of catching a few seconds in between what seemed like incessant gusts of wind. Thanks for looking ⛈
One from Iceland in January. Feels like a lifetime ago.
Still, I always have fond memories of sunrises that happen after 9am since they don't get in the way of better things like sleep and toast.
Hello, we’re @studiobark, a team of passionate environmental designers, posting for RIBA - watch out for our stories coming soon.
We love innovating, prototyping and building, attempting to tackle climate change through our projects. We always strive to understand material properties before making any assumptions about how to detail with them.
Our first studio project was Periscope House, a Paragraph 79 home in Norfolk. The Western Red Cedar cladding was sourced from woodlands within 500 metres, milled by a mobile sawmill and stacked ‘in stick’ in the nearby farm buildings. The planks were then painstakingly processed, graded and installed by a team of young architecture students from UEL. (3,4)
Warren Lodge is a low energy 100sqm timber barn holiday let. It is built from UK sourced materials, including Scottish Spruce for the carcassing, Douglas Fir for the structural trusses, hand-made clay tiles for the roof and recycled lead for the flashings. Each brick forming the muted skin of the building was dug from the former rabbit warren by the client over a 10-year period. (5,6)
Holloway Lightbox is a photographer’s and screenwriter’s studio. To reflect their work in the world of pixels, we made over 1200 handmade coloured concrete tiles, replacing glass fibre reinforcement with waste wood fibre. This project involved many experimental mixes, testing different cements, pigments and reinforcements. (7,8,9)
For our @ubuild_uk system, prototyping and testing was a key part of the process to ensure the system was both strong and adaptable. U-Build has now flown the nest and is running as Not For Profit, promoting sustainable self-build. (10)
Image Credit 8 and 9: Jon Holloway @jonhphoto
Find out more about RIBA's 2030 Climate Challenge [Link in Bio]
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