My name is Drew Kitchens. I'm 19 and a student at ECU. I'm nice and funny (I think).
Ich spreche ein bisschen Deutsch. Ich heiße Drew Kitchens. Ich bin neunzehn Jahre alt und ein Student bei ECU. Ich bin nett und lustig (ich glaub)

 

berlin-moscow:


Erich Mendelsohn, Power-house of the “Red Banner” Textile Factory, St. Petersburg. 1925-1927

berlin-moscow:

Erich Mendelsohn, Power-house of the “Red Banner” Textile Factory, St. Petersburg. 1925-1927

uncube:

Architect Erich Mendelsohn’s work seemed to define the spirit of the modern world in the Weimar Republic and 1920s.

Uncube visits the current exhibition of his sketches at the Kunstbibliothek Staatliche Museen zu Berlin: http://bit.ly/JxUHUN

melisaki:

Einstein Tower, Potsdam, Germany
designed by Erich Mendelsohn, 1917

melisaki:

Einstein Tower, Potsdam, Germany

designed by Erich Mendelsohn, 1917

aqqindex:

Oswald Mathias Ungers, Carpet Design, for Vorwerk

aqqindex:

Oswald Mathias Ungers, Carpet Design, for Vorwerk

33arquitectures:


Mannheim Multihalle (1975) in Mannheim, Germany, by Frei Otto with Carlfried Mutschler + Partner and Ove Arup & Partners
(por tatsuya krause)

33arquitectures:

Mannheim Multihalle (1975) in Mannheim, Germany, by Frei Otto with Carlfried Mutschler + Partner and Ove Arup & Partners

(por tatsuya krause)

rudygodinez:

Frei Otto and Rolf Gutbrod, German Pavilion “Expo ‘67” in Montreal, (1965-1967)

For the German pavilion, Otto and Gutbrod interpreted the exhibition motto, “Man and His World” with a “Landscape built by human hands.” The cavernous interior contained modular steel platforms arranged at different levels. The entire area was covered by a single membrane of irregular plan and varying heights. Its contours were determined by the high points of the masts and the low points where the membrane was drawn, funnel- like, down to the ground. Eye loops filled with clear plastic material accentuated these points and the saddle surfaces they created. The prestressed membrane consisted of a translucent skin hung from a steel wire net, which, by eye, ridge, and edge ropes, was connected with the mast heads and anchor blocks.”

meghouston:

norddeutsche landesbank, behnisch architekten. hannover germany. 

meghouston:

norddeutsche landesbank, behnisch architekten. hannover germany. 

mwinter-blog:

Hamburg - Hafen

Unilever - Haus (HafenCity)

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