architecture

Brooklyn, Brooklyn take me in by Reuben Hernandez

Brooklyn, NY, New York, Reuben Hernandez Studios

The view of North Williamsburg from the 30th floor

NYC Summer 2018 by Reuben Hernandez

NYC Summer 2018

NYC Summer 2018

New Work by Reuben Hernandez

Conde Nast, One World Trade Center, Reuben Hernandez Studios, Reuben Hernandez

Some fun projects are in the pipeline this year. And the view is not too bad from here

Studio 504 Warming Party by Reuben Hernandez

Reuben Hernandez, Reuben Hernandez Studios, Sky Pie Studio, The Greenpoint Loft

Tonight is our Studio 504 warming party at 67 West St. in Brooklyn, NY! Come out, celebrate, and have a drink with Reuben Hernandez Studios, Sky Pie Studio, Black Magic Studio, and Matthew Kroening

Matera, Italy by Reuben Hernandez

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Matera is a town built into caves using negative architecture and one of the oldest and continuously inhabited human settlements in the world. It was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its underground cistern and water collection system. The main cistern has a water capacity of five million liters and took over 200 years to dig/carve out of the rock!

Athens by Reuben Hernandez

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Old stuff, since 495 B.C.

Winter is Coming by Katherine Yaksich

Winter is coming. Aka “time to bust out the snow goggles and slay some White Walkers” - Jon Snow #❄️

(at Williamsburg, Brooklyn)

by Katherine Yaksich

Post-it notes from around the world. The pink one on the bottom left reads “Spread love! It’s the Brooklyn way”  

#spreadlove #postitnotes #subwaytherapy  

(at 14th Street-Union Square Station)

Post-it notes from around the world. The pink one on the bottom left reads “Spread love! It’s the Brooklyn way”

#spreadlove #postitnotes #subwaytherapy

(at 14th Street-Union Square Station)

by Katherine Yaksich

An inner section of the Berlin Wall, which came down in Nov 1989

  (at Berlin, Germany)

An inner section of the Berlin Wall, which came down in Nov 1989

(at Berlin, Germany)

by Katherine Yaksich

In Berlin this summer finishing my film and working on my dance moves 

 (at Berlin, Germany)

In Berlin this summer finishing my film and working on my dance moves

(at Berlin, Germany)

Almost invisible mirrored tree house built in Sweden by Katherine Yaksich

One of six units in a “Treehotel,” which recently opened 40 miles south of the Arctic Circle in Sweden.  The units are constructed from sustainably harvested wood and have electric radiant floor heating and “a state-of-the-art, eco-friendly, incineration toilet.”  Full story here

by Katherine Yaksich

What do you do when you have a large book   collection? And we mean a ridiculously large collection. Well, you could live in an entire house lined with bookshelves like this one! Designed by Japan’s  Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio  in Moriguchi City, the entire interior of the home, which has been dubbed Shelf-Pod, is lined with an extensive latticework of laminated pine board. The designers even created a mosque-like domed roof for the house since the homeowner’s book collection consists primarily of Islamic history texts.

What do you do when you have a large book collection? And we mean a ridiculously large collection. Well, you could live in an entire house lined with bookshelves like this one! Designed by Japan’s Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio in Moriguchi City, the entire interior of the home, which has been dubbed Shelf-Pod, is lined with an extensive latticework of laminated pine board. The designers even created a mosque-like domed roof for the house since the homeowner’s book collection consists primarily of Islamic history texts.