Brentwood Town Centre is a mall near me in Burnaby. It’s always been the saddest mall when it comes to the selection of stores, but it does have the most interesting roof.
Bonus light fixture safety hazard below. If only oppo had a resident Chandelier Inspector...
I forgot one from that night that I liked, and a few I took while leaving class:
Part of my deliverable work for my Design Photography class is a separate, ongoing project on architecture. Here’s a handful of good ones from tonight’s 200+snaps.
*Sorry for non-rotated photos.
Today, I saw a local landmark: Durham’s own, “11 Foot 8,” bridge. Ya know, the one that all the trunks run into.
and it freaking works:
Masters of Architecture! I’ve never worked so hard for anything in my life.
The iconic Hotel Okura has closed its doors and prepares for demolition. It’s one of the buildings to give way to the new skyscrapers that will be built for the Tokyo Olympics.
Suwanee, GA, just down the road from where I live is apparently home to the Superfriends. Who knew? It is going to be fun to watch as my generation takes over the world from the baby boomers.
Sadly Skay-bait not included.
If you ever have been skiing, you know how a typical Ski Lodge looks like. Traditionally, it is made from wood and looks very 19th century. You get your warm drinks (mhmm, Jägermeistertea) and substantial meal in a very rustic atmosphere. Charming, but also played out.
So much want.
Look no further than Cincinnati's own Union Terminal:
Not car related, I know, but I'm writing an essay, and I need to know what the name of this roof is called. I believe its combination roof, but I'm not sure.
Oh, man — this is nuts. A skyscraper under construction in London is reflecting concentrated sunlight onto the streets. The beam is so hot that it's "melting cars" and popping tiles right out of the ground. For passersby, it's like standing in the glare of giant magnifying glass.
Cincinnati is probably the least recognizable city in the Midwest. There are only 2 things people know it by, in fact; The Reds and Skyline Chili, and one of those isn't even available outside the Tri-State.
Cars, motorcycles and airplanes aren't just a means of getting from A to B — they're also beautiful design classics that express your personality. So it's not surprising that people are turning some of the world's most beautiful vehicles into part of their home decor. See for yourself!