34yr-old broken robot. Attempting self-repair. Need money for parts and fuel. 22027 USA.

24th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Kye Munroe with 133 notes

cocoon-jp:

Architecture Photography: The Wall of Nishihara / SABAOARCH (549371)

cocoon-jp:

Architecture Photography: The Wall of Nishihara / SABAOARCH (549371)

Tagged: architectureconcretewindow

Source: archdaily.com

21st September 2014

Photo reblogged from Kye Munroe with 2,022 notes

Tagged: concrete

Source: hadnts

20th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Untitled with 1,857 notes

Tagged: tunnelconcretefluorescent

Source: slickos

20th September 2014

Photo reblogged from DARKMEAT INDUSTRIAL BEAT with 299 notes

otakugangsta:

wayofthesamurai

otakugangsta:

wayofthesamurai

Tagged: architectureconcretetriangle

Source: otakugangsta

7th September 2014

Photo reblogged from with 154 notes

Tagged: architectureconcrete

Source: boldempire

7th September 2014

Photo reblogged from DARKMEAT INDUSTRIAL BEAT with 79 notes

ontheroad:

Tetrapods #3

ontheroad:

Tetrapods #3

Tagged: concretetetrapod

Source: ontheroad

30th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Photons are Forever with 231 notes

scavengedluxury:

London, Dec 2013.

scavengedluxury:

London, Dec 2013.

Tagged: architecturebrutalismpopulation densityconcrete

Source: scavengedluxury

28th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Some Type of Wray with 479 notes

architectureofdoom:

eyesfutur:

Non-moving stairs II on Flickr.

Adenauerplatz, Berlin

architectureofdoom:

eyesfutur:

Non-moving stairs II on Flickr.

Adenauerplatz, Berlin

Tagged: concretestairs

Source: eyesfutur

27th August 2014

Photo reblogged from lordofears with 9,528 notes

Tagged: population densityconcretestairs

Source: speedingby

26th August 2014

Photo reblogged from My External Memory with 851 notes

myexternalmemory:

simbartez:

jmichealg:

bloodedcelt:

simbartez:

Flak tower. Used against allied aircraft in Europe. They had an air defense range of 14km and could put up 8,000 rounds in a minute!!!

Some of those were built so strongly the cost of demolishing them to out something else there is so high they might be around in 500 or 1000 years

I want one.

I want to live in one :)

I’m not particularly superstitious or spiritual/religious, but if that place was the site of some sort of SERIOUS Nazi death count, I wouldn’t sleep in it even if they were paying me!

myexternalmemory:

simbartez:

jmichealg:

bloodedcelt:

simbartez:

Flak tower. Used against allied aircraft in Europe. They had an air defense range of 14km and could put up 8,000 rounds in a minute!!!

Some of those were built so strongly the cost of demolishing them to out something else there is so high they might be around in 500 or 1000 years

I want one.

I want to live in one :)

I’m not particularly superstitious or spiritual/religious, but if that place was the site of some sort of SERIOUS Nazi death count, I wouldn’t sleep in it even if they were paying me!

Tagged: World War 2flak towerFlakturmconcretearchitecture

Source: simbartez

19th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Fever Dream with 720 notes

Tagged: concretefluorescent

Source: ghostof

15th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Untitled with 109 notes

new-brutalism:


Lloyds building 2, London, Richard Rogers Partnership, 1978-1986
Photo: Simon Phipps

new-brutalism:

Lloyds building 2, London, Richard Rogers Partnership, 1978-1986

Photo: Simon Phipps

Tagged: architectureconcrete

Source: new-brutalism

13th August 2014

Photo reblogged from DCLXVI with 283 notes

Tagged: concreteparking garagefluorescent

Source: polysynthesism

10th August 2014

Photo reblogged from DCLXVI with 8,250 notes

Tagged: population densityconcretefluorescent

Source: cresols

9th August 2014

Photo reblogged from Rogue Telemetry with 1,048 notes

architectureofdoom:

ghostof:

Concrete by brundige2 on Flickr.

Unité d’Habitation, Marseille, Le Corbusier, 1947-52. View this on the map

architectureofdoom:

ghostof:

Concrete by brundige2 on Flickr.

Unité d’Habitation, Marseille, Le Corbusier, 1947-52. View this on the map

Tagged: architectureconcrete

Source: ghostof