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رچل من حقبة زمنية اخرى..

اذا لاحظت اني نزلت بوست نزلته قبل فترة.. فلا تعلق. و قول يا لطيف!

September 29, 2014 at 2:36pm
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quiescent-soul:

الملك فيصل في طريقه لزيارة انجلترا وعمره ستة عشر سنة عام 1919م
King Faisal on his way to visit England at the age of sixteen in 1919.

quiescent-soul:

الملك فيصل في طريقه لزيارة انجلترا وعمره ستة عشر سنة عام 1919م

King Faisal on his way to visit England at the age of sixteen in 1919.

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oh-totoro:

"I can only create animation in 2D. There is no other choice for me. I don’t even know how to use a Smartphone." - Hayao Miyazaki

oh-totoro:

"I can only create animation in 2D. There is no other choice for me. I don’t even know how to use a Smartphone." - Hayao Miyazaki

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chanelhelena:

Tehran, Iran. June 2001. Inside a fashionable coffee house. Photo by Abbas / Magnum

chanelhelena:

Tehran, Iran. June 2001. Inside a fashionable coffee house. Photo by Abbas / Magnum

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lackist:

taken @ San Francisco Bay by Julieanne Kost

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theartofanimation:

Maja Wrońska

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sixtensason:

Louis Herman De Koninck, maison-atelier Lenglet, Uccle, 1926

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juanlukk
alicelab
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verhc01

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iam-random:

heyfunniest:

no wayyyyyyy

هذا ف ن

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wherearchitectureisfun:

WAÏF: When architecture masters meet their religious clients

Lettres du Pere Couturier a Le Corbusier au propos du Monastaire de la Tourette, juillet 1953

"Les clients de l’architecte"

Les relations humaines ne sont pas toujours si simples et dans certains cas la relation client/architecte est plus chaude de ce que nous voudrions. En vrai, il n’est pas simple de faire cohabiter la liberté de l’artiste avec les désirs des clients, mais parfois le dialogue s’établit d’une façon naturelle. Les esquisses du Père Couturier deviennent un fond de plan pour permettre à l’architecte de rêver, d’imaginer une architecture alignée avec les rêves du client. Parfois, dans cette situation les projets retrouvent l’excellence.

text by WAÏF

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