Category Archives: architecture

Washington Square Arch, NYC

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The Low Line

The Delancey Underground, nicknamed “The Low Line,” is an exciting new project proposal for New York’s Lower East Side. Innovation in its true sense.

Image credit: James Ramsey, Dan Barasch, R. Boykin Curry IV

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The Archdaily article

Kahn’s Exeter Short Film

Form, space, line, light, materiality.

Stunning.

BAC Student Lecture Series // Fall 2011 // Creative Processes

The lecture series is open to the entire design community.

Series hosted by ATELIER, Student Government at The Boston Architectural College

 

The Third & The Seventh

This short film pulls you in and through the details that are created by design.
Light, texture, & space. Beauty. I am amazed.

by Alex Roman

The Christian Science Plaza

…at night.

One of the few large uninterrupted spaces in Boston, it is one of my favorites.

The Church

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The Reflecting Pool

In Iceland – Reykjavik

I recently had the opportunity to travel to the beautiful country of Iceland. In short, the was everything I expected and more. The people are endearing, the food and shopping are fabulous, and the place has a feeling that makes you feel at home.

The Viking Ship

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The Hallgrímskirkja – Lutheran Church

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Color

More Color

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The Blue Lagoon – aka the most refreshing place on Earth.

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Rooftop relaxation

Norwegian National Opera & Ballet

Designed by Snøhetta, The new Norwegian National Opera & Ballet House in Oslo is a beautiful example of the connections that good architecture can create – human connections, cultural connections, connections to landscape, etc.

It is stunning. I can’t wait to see it in real life!