If someone has extra screws, please donate to the autonomous municipality of san juan in puerto rico. they could only find manage a makeshift barrier…
“Bandit’s Roost,” pictured above, was once considered the most dangerous part in all of New York City.
Jacob A. Riis was a police reporter in 1877 and decided to document the people living in New York’s East Side slum district. His book, How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York, was the result of these photographs and was published in 1890.
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I.M. Pei / Pei Cobb Freed and Partners, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 1970-1978
perspective drawings by Paul Stevenson Oles
Frank Lloyd Wright June 8, 1867
146 years, 146 buildings
89. Loren B. Pope Residence, Falls Church, Virginia, 1939
Chicago Architecture: Chicago IL by Alex FradkinLast year my first book was published “The Left Coast: California on the Edge”, University of California Press, a five year project photographing the diverse California Coast and its people in collaboration with my best friend, my Dad. A dream come true! Next year my Second book will be published by Radius Books, “Bunkers: Ruins of War in a New American Landscape”. Another dream coming true. Two more books coming after that…I love to imagine, and then make it happen!Currently I am teaching architectural and portraiture photography at the International Center for Photography. I am passionate about sharing my passion with others, to help inspire and be inspired by my students – I love them too!
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1947 Carling House | Architect: John Lautner | Los Angeles, Ca