The recent couple of years saw a massive increase in alternative place photography Instagrams. The app started with square, oversaturated, filtered photographs. Then we got the polished photographs, more subtly filtered (thanks vsco) but still severely detached from things looked like in reality. Now we’re blessed with crude authenticity, all ordered with appropriate hashtags, thatContinue reading “Typespotting’s the Polish trainspotting”
Austerity, modest colour palette, and functionality preserved at these “Scandinavian-style lodge” lodged in Bristo Square, Edinburgh. Inviting and warm despite the unavoidably approaching winter months. The ultimate pill to combat coronavirus.
Snippets of Polish architecture, pt. 1.
The greatest loss that came with the demolition of old St James Centre (1975-2016, architects: Burke & Martin 1964-, Hugh Martin & Partners 1969-) is the footbridge above Leith Street. I mean, wouldn’t you…
I took some photos now that I got back to Torun, check them out for some blocky awesomeness/ugliness/intrigueness.
Some photos and some poor captions from my visit to Boston Public Library on the way to Maine last summer. French-American architecture at its best, with some Italianesque frescoes in the interior.