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The Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.
Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson
Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)
Photo from the Winnipeg Tribune archives.
This beautiful mosaic mural in the east side is John Graham’s Northern Lights.
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enochliew:

Honey Sphere by O2 Treehouse
Suspended by steel cables attached to the tree’s upper branches, while a portion rests on the ground to alleviate some of the stress on the live oak.
enochliew:

Honey Sphere by O2 Treehouse
Suspended by steel cables attached to the tree’s upper branches, while a portion rests on the ground to alleviate some of the stress on the live oak.
enochliew:

Honey Sphere by O2 Treehouse
Suspended by steel cables attached to the tree’s upper branches, while a portion rests on the ground to alleviate some of the stress on the live oak.
enochliew:

Honey Sphere by O2 Treehouse
Suspended by steel cables attached to the tree’s upper branches, while a portion rests on the ground to alleviate some of the stress on the live oak.
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cjwho:

Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

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Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
cjwho:

Architectural Photography by Sebastian Weiss

Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures. Breaking the essence of a city down to the substance, he frees buildings from their spatial context and known surroundings.

Sebastian Weiss started sharing his photographs on Instagram in December 2010. In September 2013 he became an official photo columnist at AD Architectural Digest Germany (Condé Nast Verlag). His work is also found in the annual edition “Best of Germany 2013” of AD Architectural Digest Germany.

See his work on: Instagram, Tumblr, Behance

I love his work.

CJWHO:  facebook  |  instagram | twitter  |  pinterest  |  subscribe
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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Textile Moth and Butterfly Sculptures by Yumi Okita

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Rowena Martinich - Afterglow, 2011, Lyon, France
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Rowena Martinich - Afterglow, 2011, Lyon, France
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Rowena Martinich - Afterglow, 2011, Lyon, France
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Rowena Martinich - Afterglow, 2011, Lyon, France
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Thomas Keller
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Thomas Keller
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Thomas Keller
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Thomas Keller
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Thomas Keller
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Thomas Keller
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Thomas Keller
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Thomas Keller
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Too Much by Atelier Amarist and Alejandro Monge

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Too Much by Atelier Amarist and Alejandro Monge

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Too Much by Atelier Amarist and Alejandro Monge

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Too Much by Atelier Amarist and Alejandro Monge

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dromik:

CURIOSITY INC.- C1 , 2005.
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CURIOSITY INC.- C1 , 2005.
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asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
asylum-art:

Miniature medieval  interiors carved into  Marble  by Matthew Simmonds
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