dreamson118:

chocolate-socrates:

nicolezai:

canyourollblunts:

nicolezai:

kenyaosuna:

A parents sacrifice.

This killed me

this actually made me tear up

Reblogging again because this is so real.

reblogging again during this graduation season, just shows a pursuit of education isn’t just for the student

again.

(via lifestyleofpj)

archatlas:

San Telmo Museum  Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos
“Our answer to this dilemma is represented by the image of a long, inhabited wall, whose plan evokes the distorted geometry of the cloister and the nearby military bastions where they meet the mountain. As an expression of a new discontinuity, the building/wall manifests the dualities—nature/artifice, contemporary sensibility/historical record—underlying the project. ” archatlas:

San Telmo Museum  Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos
“Our answer to this dilemma is represented by the image of a long, inhabited wall, whose plan evokes the distorted geometry of the cloister and the nearby military bastions where they meet the mountain. As an expression of a new discontinuity, the building/wall manifests the dualities—nature/artifice, contemporary sensibility/historical record—underlying the project. ” archatlas:

San Telmo Museum  Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos
“Our answer to this dilemma is represented by the image of a long, inhabited wall, whose plan evokes the distorted geometry of the cloister and the nearby military bastions where they meet the mountain. As an expression of a new discontinuity, the building/wall manifests the dualities—nature/artifice, contemporary sensibility/historical record—underlying the project. ” archatlas:

San Telmo Museum  Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos
“Our answer to this dilemma is represented by the image of a long, inhabited wall, whose plan evokes the distorted geometry of the cloister and the nearby military bastions where they meet the mountain. As an expression of a new discontinuity, the building/wall manifests the dualities—nature/artifice, contemporary sensibility/historical record—underlying the project. ”

archatlas:

San Telmo Museum  Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Our answer to this dilemma is represented by the image of a long, inhabited wall, whose plan evokes the distorted geometry of the cloister and the nearby military bastions where they meet the mountain. As an expression of a new discontinuity, the building/wall manifests the dualities—nature/artifice, contemporary sensibility/historical record—underlying the project. ”

(via archilist)

mensfashionworld:

Matthew Avedon by Nathaniel Goldberg for WSJ Magazine