return to landscape
launch and landing
From the ‘Distortion lV’ series
Important Buildings Lost in 2013 | Via
Before shiny new projects rush to break ground in 2014, let’s raise a glass to some of the most iconic buildings we said goodbye to this year.
Many of the contested demolitions in 2013 involved structures that were once considered innovative, but just a few decades later, have been labeled “obsolete.” This fact heats up some food for thought: Just how future-proof are the “futuristic” buildings that are being proposed and built now?
- Chicago’s Prentice Women’s Hospital
- The Cyclorama Building at Gettysburg
- Pan Am Worldport Terminal at New York’s JFK International Airport
- Beijing’s “Rooftop Villa”
human “robots”, photography by igor kostin
Glitch drawing, 2013