Strut Carelessly
A place for my head, architecture and life.
Strut Carelessly
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lexestrex:

literally me.
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"She recognized that that is how friendships begin: one person reveals a moment of strangeness, and the other person decides just to listen and not exploit it."
Meg Wolitzer, The Interestings (via clairefoley)
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ted:

What do you do with an abandoned trolley station? Build a massive underground park!
That’s exactly what Dan Barasch wants to do. New York City has two-thirds the green space per resident as other big cities, but converting the Williamsburg Bridge Trolley Terminal into a park the size of a football field would create a respite from the bustling streets. By redirecting sunlight from the roads above, it is possible to illuminate a luscious community space below, nicknamed the Lowline for its similarity to Manhattan’s beloved High Line.
Watch Dan's talk to see renderings of the park and the science behind his prototype »
ted:

What do you do with an abandoned trolley station? Build a massive underground park!
That’s exactly what Dan Barasch wants to do. New York City has two-thirds the green space per resident as other big cities, but converting the Williamsburg Bridge Trolley Terminal into a park the size of a football field would create a respite from the bustling streets. By redirecting sunlight from the roads above, it is possible to illuminate a luscious community space below, nicknamed the Lowline for its similarity to Manhattan’s beloved High Line.
Watch Dan's talk to see renderings of the park and the science behind his prototype »
ted:

What do you do with an abandoned trolley station? Build a massive underground park!
That’s exactly what Dan Barasch wants to do. New York City has two-thirds the green space per resident as other big cities, but converting the Williamsburg Bridge Trolley Terminal into a park the size of a football field would create a respite from the bustling streets. By redirecting sunlight from the roads above, it is possible to illuminate a luscious community space below, nicknamed the Lowline for its similarity to Manhattan’s beloved High Line.
Watch Dan's talk to see renderings of the park and the science behind his prototype »
ted:

What do you do with an abandoned trolley station? Build a massive underground park!
That’s exactly what Dan Barasch wants to do. New York City has two-thirds the green space per resident as other big cities, but converting the Williamsburg Bridge Trolley Terminal into a park the size of a football field would create a respite from the bustling streets. By redirecting sunlight from the roads above, it is possible to illuminate a luscious community space below, nicknamed the Lowline for its similarity to Manhattan’s beloved High Line.
Watch Dan's talk to see renderings of the park and the science behind his prototype »
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AM.
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Clean.
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dezeen:

This house in Osaka by Japanese studio Coo Planning hides a warm plywood interior behind an austere black facade »

Yes please.
dezeen:

This house in Osaka by Japanese studio Coo Planning hides a warm plywood interior behind an austere black facade »

Yes please.
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Brilliant.
Brilliant.
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Wow.