Tags » Architecture 2

The Nation’s…Architecture

Australia Day has just passed for 2015, indicating that the summer holidays are over and the year can really begin. As an Aussie theme seems appropriate, and I recently made a visit to The Nation’s Capital, here’s a few thoughts on three imposing “National” buildings in Canberra — a small selection amongst many, but neighbours, planted just a few minutes’ walk apart in the so-called “Parliamentary Triangle”. 1,072 more words

Art

Designing the interiors for a 141,000-ton cruise ship | News | Design Week

Designing the interiors for a 141,000-ton cruise ship | News | Design Week.

Consultancy Richmond has created all the interior designs for the 141,000-ton P&O cruise ship Britannia, which is set to launch from Southampton in March. 56 more words

Best Interiors

Betsky at Taliesin . . . Duck!

Amusing to hear that modern architecture’s ranter-in-chief, Aaron Betsky, has been hired as dean of the School of Architecture at Taliesin West – in Scottsdale, Ariz – where Frank Lloyd Wright spent his final years as an architectural provocateur. 367 more words

Architecture

The Palladium

One of my goals in 2015 is to just shoot more, any chance I get.  As I changed my focus in photography to fine art and landscape work, I want to just get out and explore with whatever time I may have in-between family commitments and my day job.   210 more words

Photography

Millburn Street

A low December sun catches house fronts and silhouettes a figure crossing Millburn Street. I like how this viewpoint emphasises the curve of the road as it passes over the top of the hill which is not something you would ordinarily notice.

Photography

The 5 Most Inspirational Buildings on Planet Earth

The world is full of so many simply stunning buildings. Whilst a photo may paint a thousand words, one photo is never enough to sum up the beauty of these exquisite buildings. 536 more words

Architecture

Sunday Stroll

Yesterday, we decided to take advantage of the nice weather and take a walk through Bryant Park. After all, we may never leave our apartment again with the impending doom of the “Worst Blizzard in NYC History” heading straight toward us.  89 more words

New York City