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Gallery - La Sallaz Footbridge / 2b architectes - 8

Gallery - La Sallaz Footbridge / 2b architectes - 8

Project: The Chicago Riverwalk - Ross Barney Architects

Project: The Chicago Riverwalk - Ross Barney Architects

10-sant-en-co-landscapearchitecture-Schinkeleilanden « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

10-sant-en-co-landscapearchitecture-Schinkeleilanden « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

Love this! Reminds me of the '50s and '60s space age architecture.

Love this! Reminds me of the '50s and '60s space age architecture.

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Los Angeles International Airport, Architect Paul Revere Williams

Los Angeles International Airport, Architect Paul Revere Williams

from The Steampunk Opera

from The Steampunk Opera

Localarchitecture . The New Market Square Cover . Renens (1)

Localarchitecture . The New Market Square Cover . Renens (1)

Johnson’s Wilshire Gas Station 4689 Market Street, San Diego. The resource embodies the distinctive characteristics and character defining features of Googie architecture and retains a good level of architectural integrity from its 1962 period of significance.

Johnson’s Wilshire Gas Station 4689 Market Street, San Diego. The resource embodies the distinctive characteristics and character defining features of Googie architecture and retains a good level of architectural integrity from its 1962 period of significance.

Googie is a ultramodern architectural style that helps us understand post  WWII American futurism. A style built   on  exaggeration; on dramatic angles; on  plastic, steel and neon and wide-eyed technological optimism with inspiration from Space Age ideals and rocketship dreams. We find Googie at the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Space Needle in Seattle, mid-century design of Disneyland’s Tomorrowland,  Arthur Radebaugh‘s postwar illustrations & countless coffee shops and motels across the…

Googie is a ultramodern architectural style that helps us understand post WWII American futurism. A style built on exaggeration; on dramatic angles; on plastic, steel and neon and wide-eyed technological optimism with inspiration from Space Age ideals and rocketship dreams. We find Googie at the 1964 New York World’s Fair, Space Needle in Seattle, mid-century design of Disneyland’s Tomorrowland, Arthur Radebaugh‘s postwar illustrations & countless coffee shops and motels across the…