At ArchDaily we also have place for those projects or ideas that doesn’t seem to fit anywhere else. Ideas, toys or rankings, these are the posts we enjoy for their creativity and of course, sense of humour. Enjoy!
LEGO Architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright Collection Just in time to commemorate the 50 years of the death of Frank Lloyd Wright, LEGO released two of his master pieces on their architecture series: the Guggenheim Museum (who opened 50 years ago) and the Falling Water House. These sets were designed with Adam Reed Tucker of Brickstructures, Inc (read more…)
The Architecture of Star Wars Many of us, long before we even knew about architecture dreamed about a fantastic world in a galaxy far far away. Nowadays, Star Wars continue to surprise people all around the world, and we can now see the movie with a different eye. Perhaps, the architect’s eye. At The Architect’s Journal, they selected the best Star Wars buildings (read more…)
Pie Plan Why hasn’t this been drawn before? Very shrewd Pie Plan diagram from designer Abi Huynh which is “divided by utilization”. Nice. Simple idea, but can it be made? Our readers told us you cannot take this idea serious. With over 50 comments, have a look at what they think this curious idea. See the comments right here (read more…)
Alphabet City Artist Scott Teplin has created this superb series of 26 letterpress dream-houses, each designed from the letters of the alphabet: Alphabet City. You can find different uses for each letter. Houses, restaurants, bathrooms, etc. You also see all the houses in the link on the post. Which one is your favorite? Seen at NOTCOT (read more…)
Top 9 Ninja Characteristics of Awesome Architecture Blogs Linda Bennet, a fantastic arch blogger from Australia, made a great comic showing the top 9 ninja characteristics of architecture blogs. And as you can see, we are very pleased to be included. Also featured in the comic were great blogs such as AMNP, A Daily Dose of Architecture, Inhabitat, Super Colossal, Designboom (read more…)