Architecture / Editors’ Picks Filter
  1. Earthship Biotecture

    Specialists in modern off-grid design, systems and construction. You can buy your own plans, or join the Earthship Academy to learn how to build an off-grid home.

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  2. Society and Space

    Scholars from the U.S. and Canada collaborate on a peer-reviewed journal and this companion website examining the social struggles over access to and control of space, place, territory, region, and resources.

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  4. SFMOMA

    One of the largest museums of modern and contemporary art in the US, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art houses work by many celebrated artists from around the world, including Frida Kahlo and Andy Warhol. Plan your visit to SFMOMA on its official website.

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    Image via SFMOMA.org
  5. Lost for Decades

    Love to explore and photograph urban ruins? Browse the forgotten, abandoned locations documented at Roel van Wanrooy’s Lost For Decades.

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    Photo by Roel van Wanrooy
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  7. Time Gents

    Time Gents is a labor of love by Sydney journalist, blogger, and pub historian Mick Roberts, where he documents the stories, traditions, and images of hotels and pubs all over Australia.

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  8. Atomic Redhead

    From visiting the world’s oldest McDonald’s location to sharing vintage Disneyland postcards, Janie Ellis’s Atomic Redhead blog focuses on fashion, design, and travel inspired by America’s mid-century aesthetic.

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  12. Primitive Technology

    John Plant, the Australia-based blogger and YouTube producer behind Primitive Technology, is documenting his journey into the distant technological past, “making stuff from scratch in the wild.”

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  14. 99% Invisible

    The website of popular podcast 99% Invisible invites visitors to explore off-the-beaten-path topics in design, architecture, and technology.

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  15. Architectural Afterlife

    “People were here once, living and working and now they are gone while the collapsing ruins remain a place that is looked past by so many.” Preserving history through imagery, Cleveland, Ohio-based photojournalist Johnny Joo documents the history of decaying, forgotten places across the US.

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