Tree house/ educational centre for the Boy Scouts of America in West Virginia aka the coolest looking thing I’ve ever seen and can I move in?
This is so beautiful I could cry about it.
let me live here.
back in England, back to obsessing over other people’s homes.
Pereira and Luckman’s 1952 design for Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) called for a glass-enclosed central terminal, with a world map etched on the central column. Their original plan died because the city’s Building Department found it too radical, the cost of air-conditioning would have been exorbitant and the airlines wanted their own individual terminals.
Posting this now because I’m flying to LA in two weeks. REALLY HAPPENING.
I want to build a copy of this somewhere and live in it forever.
Did you ever see anything so beautiful as that darkroom?
Butterfly Cabin by Mickey Muennig in Big Sur, California via Dwell
The thousand-foot cliffs and precipitous mountains of Big Sur, California, have a long history of attracting contrarian thinkers. “There being nothing to improve on in the surroundings,” writes Henry Miller in Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymous Bosch, “the tendency is to set about improving oneself.” Surrendering to the stunning natural beauty of this sparsely populated region seems to be what people do here, and architect Mickey Muennig is no different.