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#43: Trinity College’s “Long Walk” comprises several early examples of Collegiate Gothic architecture by British designer William Burges, the first two buildings of which were constructed in 1878. The campus also features a quad by Frederick Law Olmsted and a chapel by the same firm who designed the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., Frohman, Robb and Little.
(via Architectural Digest)
Architecture took a starring role when these 10 modernist homes appeared on the big screen. Can you guess where you recognize them from?
Modernist homes transplanted into Thomas Kinkade paintings
Have you ever looked at a Thomas Kinkade painting of a cozy cottage nestled into an impossibly golden landscape and thought: That picture would be better with some avant-garde architecture? If so, you’re not alone.
The architecture and color palette of the Hermit Kingdom aren’t what you might expect.
(via 1st Dibs)
Ramiro Gomez’s work has playfully riffed on Californian classics, such as David Hockney’s “A Bigger Splash”, to bring awareness to the lack of representation for the Chicano community in art.
The Man Who Can Turn Your Hair into Modern Architecture
John Vial is one of today’s most revered hairstylists. Here, he shares how Zaha Hadid and Vidal Sassoon shaped his career in more ways than one.