• 10 Greatest Architecture Cities in The World

    Here are 10 of the greatest cities with the most amazing architecture structures in the entire world. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 5. Rome Built in 72 AD, the Colosseum is mostly damaged today but is still one of the best works of Roman architecture ever created. Its design is so perfect that it's still utilized in amphitheaters to this day. In its heyday, the structure could hold up to eighty thousand spectators. Of course, plenty has happened in the city since the Colosseum was built. The city is regarded as the epicenter of Baroque architecture and many of the towns Baroque squares were constructed in the 17th century and still contain some incredible buildings. St. Peter’s Basilica was completed in 1626 and is an excellent example of Baroque Renaissance architecture...

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • 10 Most AMAZING BUILDINGS in the World!

    In this Top 10, I present to you the most INCREDIBLE architectural structures ON EARTH! A dancing house!? A piano house!? AMAZING! Subscribe and click the bell to enable notifications for my new videos! http://bit.ly/SubscribeSantoro Follow me for more DAILY facts and important updates! Snapchat: http://bit.ly/SantoroSnapchat Twitter: http://twitter.com/MatthewSantoro Instagram: http://instagr.am/MatthewSantoro Facebook Profile: http://fb.com/MatthewMSantoro Facebook Page: http://fb.com/MatthewSantoroOfficial Get my new book MIND=BLOWN - available everywhere now! http://bit.ly/MindBlownInfo Subscribe to my other two channels! My Gaming Channel: http://bit.ly/SantoroGamingSubscribe My Vlog Channel: http://bit.ly/SantoroVlogsSubscribe Sources: http://www.archinomy.com/case-studies/709/50...

    published: 22 Nov 2014
  • Top 10 Architects in the world and their works (most influential)

    This video covers the topmost influential architects in the world

    published: 11 Feb 2017
  • 10 Biggest Architecture Fails In The World

    Top 10 shocking architectural failures in history! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like Roads You Wouldn't Want To Drive On https://youtu.be/ym4uVS-5tSA?list=PLXK3uPjJ22FUgkmE10ySoALx9YjknvXHI The Largest Things In The World https://youtu.be/V1lfjKqGgf8?list=PLXK3uPjJ22FUgkmE10ySoALx9YjknvXHI Description: Architecture is one of the most astounding and complex professions in the world today. It has only been well over a century since skyscrapers first made their appearance in the late nineteenth century, complete with photos of the construction that alarmingly include men eating their lunch thousands of feet into the air with nothing to hang on to should they fall. Architecture requir...

    published: 05 Nov 2015
  • Top 10 Most Amazing Architects In The World || Pastimers

    Building and construction is known since millions of years. Many features and styles appear in the building. Architects have shown their skills and talents in their designs. Times show magnificent works appeared in pyramids, houses, temples … etc. There are many famous architects, whose works are telling. ☛ Visit our infotainment partner : http://Wirally.com ☛ For More Videos Subscribe Our Channel : http://goo.gl/CnuhTj ☛ Background Music : http://www.bensound.com Source : http://www.topteny.com/top-10-most-brilliant-architects-in-the-world/

    published: 16 Nov 2016
  • Culture Documentary HD 7 Architects: Bridging Cultures in a Global World

    Culture Documentary HD 7 Architects: Bridging Cultures in a Global World “Doing architecture is listening.” Some of the greatest architects of our time – from Peter Zumthor to Jean Nouvel and Diébédo Francis Kéré – here share their inspirational thoughts on what it is that makes global architecture work. Swiss architect Peter Zumthor (b. 1943) always has a certain “feeling for the space”, which enables him to react as an architect. This he also attributes to having background knowledge of the place, which is easier in our modern, global world. The real challenge is to understand the local people and their subtext. “I’m a contextual architect, but for me the context isn’t only the site.” French architect Jean Nouvel (b. 1945) considers architecture to be part of a wider historical and cul...

    published: 03 Jun 2017
  • Top 10 Best Women Architects of The World

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    published: 11 Mar 2017
  • Architects - "Gone With The Wind"

    Listen to the full album: http://bit.ly/1WUsquY "Gone With The Wind" by Architects from the album 'All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us,'' available now Order here: http://www.architectsofficial.com/ Architects Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/architectsuk Architects Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/architectsuk Architects Instagram: http://instagram.com/architects Direction and visuals - Jeb Hardwick - http://www.jebhardwick.com Lyrics The weight of the world is resting on thin ice. When the surface breaks will I find paradise? As I freeze to death, left to reflect, what a waste of time I was, in retrospect. I’d take a leap of faith, but I’d lose my nerve. In the end, I’ll get the hell that I deserve. I’m always gone with the wind. Crawling in and out of my mind. God knows, I lost all my fa...

    published: 11 Apr 2016
  • Architects - "Broken Cross"

    Listen to the entire album at http://bit.ly/1mDBnXI "Broken Cross" by Architects from the new album 'Lost Forever // Lost Together,' out now Order on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/architectslflt Order at the Epitaph Store: http://www.epitaphstore.com Architects Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/architectsuk Architects Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/architectsuk Architects Instagram: http://instagram.com/architects Video by James Unwin for Red Boss Productions www.facebook.com/redbossproductions www.redbossproductions.com Album mixed and mastered by Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman Lyrics: God only knows why we were born to burn // If God is my witness, he'll see that all is not well // Christ, what a sight for sore eyes // Looking down on us, all the children that you despise // A bullet in...

    published: 10 Feb 2014
  • Bjarke Ingels Interview: Advice to the Young

    Renowned Danish architect Bjarke Ingels here offers his architectural advice to aspiring architects and explains why architecture is fundamentally important for the world we live in. Bjarke Ingels is considered one of the greatest architects of our time, with projects such as the BIG U, which contains a plan to fortify the whole south tip of Manhattan against future storms and rising sea levels. His architectural vision evolves around a philosophy that could be described as a pragmatic utopianism, combining everyday needs with sustainable solutions to the climatic challenges. We live in the anthropogenic age, where humans don’t adapt to life, but life adapts to human needs, Ingels explains, which makes his advice to young architects designing tomorrow’s world simple and clear. The key f...

    published: 08 Jan 2015
  • I am an Architect

    I am an Architect (LYRICS) "Yo, Where my red lines at?" I picture Frank Lloyd Wright, while you think I'm Mike Brady And engineers devour our work and call us crazy We got rounded specs, but they ain't for looks It's from staring at our screens and all those history books We turn an empty space, into a world of possibility Maintaining privacy, and tranquility Graduate from school, about to change the world, But I'm stuck designing thrones with a clockwise swirl CHORUS We're architects oh! With creative flair Re-designing the world, from buildings to chairs It's a daily grind, but we love what we do A satisfying job giving you a better view Lord of the Elmer's, and king of scraps Making models our of paper, and plastic bottle caps I'm a master of BIM, making lines with d...

    published: 19 Jun 2013
  • Architects Of Chaoz - Erase The World:Rock Hard Festival 2015

    Architects Of Chaoz - Erase The World Architects Of Chaoz - Horsemen Of Death Architects Of Chaoz - Architects Of Chaoz Architects Of Chaoz - Dead Eyes Architects Of Chaoz - How Many Times Architects Of Chaoz - When Murder Comes To Town Architects Of Chaoz - The Children Of Madness Architects Of Chaoz - Killers

    published: 05 Nov 2015
  • Rise Against - Architects (lyrics)

    Rise Against - Architects with Lyrics Sry about the two mistakes. I was listening to it really loud lol http://www.wallconvert.com/converted/rise-against-wallpaper-32146.html thats where i got the starting pic. just choose size and hit convert and download I do not own any part of this music or the artwork. All of it belongs to Rise Against and their respective associates such as their label No breach of any copyright is intended, just the intention to share music that kicks ass with the world!

    published: 16 Feb 2011
  • Archiculture: a documentary film that explores the architectural studio (full 25 min film)

    Archiculture takes a thoughtful, yet critical look at the architectural studio. The 25-minute film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based, design education through the eyes of a group of students finishing their final design projects. Interviews with leading professionals, historians and educators help create crucial dialog around the key issues faced by this unique teaching methodology and the built environment these future architects will create. Starring: Mollie Claypool Alanna Jaworski Dionysios Neofitidis Mike Toste Giancarlo Tramontozzi Including Interviews with: Shigeru Ban - Shigeru Ban Architects Matthew Berman - Workshop APD Phil Bernstein - VP Autodesk Joe Brown - CIO AECOM David Byrne - Musician/Artist Annie Choi - Author/Critic Maurice Cox - Professor/NEA Ken...

    published: 17 Dec 2014
  • Ivan Torrent - Architects Of Life (Epic Emotional Electronic Action)

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrailerMusicWorld 2nd Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/park0urfreak1 Ivan Torrent: https://www.facebook.com/ivantorrent Title: Architects Of Life Composer: Ivan Torrent Ft. Celica Soldream Album: 8Dio Hybrid Tools 3 Demo Genre: Epic ActionElectronic Emotional Female Vocal Trailer Score Image: http://jamga.deviantart.com/art/HEX-LSM-tribute-reprint-359590895 Website: http://www.hispasonic.com/itorrent/muro Contact: info@ivantorrent.com

    published: 29 May 2014
  • Norman Foster Interview: Striving for Simplicity

    Quality is an attitude of mind.” The great architectural mastermind of our time Norman Foster, who turns 80 in June 2015, here reflects on a long and prosperous career – and life – with prominent buildings and more than 1,000 employees all over the world. Foster has always considered technology to be an ally. As a child he was immensely excited by machines and their speed – he spent many hours making sketches of and reading about them. He left school at age 16, did National Service for two years, worked different jobs to earn money, but never abandoned his private world of drawing and dreaming. When he discovered that he as an architect could actually do the things that had always excited him, it simply didn’t feel like work. Respecting the structure of a city or a place is essential: ...

    published: 01 Jun 2015
10 Greatest Architecture Cities in The World

10 Greatest Architecture Cities in The World

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Here are 10 of the greatest cities with the most amazing architecture structures in the entire world. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 5. Rome Built in 72 AD, the Colosseum is mostly damaged today but is still one of the best works of Roman architecture ever created. Its design is so perfect that it's still utilized in amphitheaters to this day. In its heyday, the structure could hold up to eighty thousand spectators. Of course, plenty has happened in the city since the Colosseum was built. The city is regarded as the epicenter of Baroque architecture and many of the towns Baroque squares were constructed in the 17th century and still contain some incredible buildings. St. Peter’s Basilica was completed in 1626 and is an excellent example of Baroque Renaissance architecture. For an impressive modern design, the Ara Pacis Museum lies on the Bank of the Tiber River and its contemporary design ensures that no one will mistake it for being a part of the cities ancient history. The MAXXI Museum took ten years to build before it was finally completed in 2009. The remarkable structure was well worth the wait. 4. Bilbao (Bill Bow) Bilbao may not be as well known internationally as Madrid or Barcelona, but its architecture is world renowned, and the Spanish city has a great variety of beautiful buildings both modern and from the past. The Guggenheim Museum was designed by renowned Canadian architect Frank Gehry and was inaugurated in 1997.The San Mames Stadium was opened in 2013, will be one of thirteen venues to host matches for UEFA Euro 2020 and won an award for the Sports Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival in 2015.The Cathedral of St. James is a Gothic style church that was built during the 14th to 15th century as was the Church of Saint Anthony the Great. The latter church is featured along with the San Anton Bridge on the city’s coat of arms. 3. Berlin German parliament picked an exquisite place to congregate when architect Norman Foster finally reconstructed Reichstag in 1999. The building was originally opened in 1894 and remained open until 1933 when a young Dutch communist set the structure on fire. The Nazi’s used the attack as evidence that the communists were plotting against the German government and the event is seen as a significant step in the establishment of Nazi Germany. After World War Two the building fell into disuse and disrepair for years. Potsdamer Platz was a famous intersection that became separated by The Berlin Wall in 1961. When the wall fell the intersection became an important place, both architecturally and symbolically and some of the world's finest architects were asked to design its remarkable buildings, including the Bahn-Tower, the Kollhoff Tower, the Sony Center and the Daimler complex. 2. Dubai The Arab cities most popular building has to be Burj Khalifa as it dominates the skyline towering 2,723 feet above the ground. It’s the tallest building in the world so of course, it's going to be very well known, but there are plenty of other building in Dubai that are equally as breathtaking. Erected just across the street from the Burj Khalifa the Address Downtown has remarkable exterior lighting and a unique asymmetric design concept. The two are separated by the largest choreographed fountain system on the planet, The Dubai Fountain. The Burj Al Arab is a sail-like structure that is home to one of the most luxurious hotels in the world and a helipad at the top that has hosted a number of stunts including a made for TV tennis match between Roger Federer and Andre Agassi. Standing just over one thousand feet high the Cayan Tower is the most breathtaking sight in the Dubai Marina with a 90-degree twist that is hard to fathom. Dubai is one of the most modern cities in the world, so there’s not a lot of historical or traditional buildings, but the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood is still a good place to see some traditional Arab architecture and to get a feel of what the area was like a century ago. 1. Athens In ancient Greece Athens was the heart of the mighty empire and it’s people’s greatest architecture was erected within its borders. The Acropolis, an ancient citadel overlooks the city and contains the Parthenon, the Erechtheum, and the Propylaea( propiley). At the foot of the Acropolis lies the ancient Theatre of Dionysus, which when it started being used in the sixth century could hold as many as seventeen thousand people. Its acoustics were remarkable especially because it was the first stone theater ever built. While most of these ancient structures are at least partially damaged, the city is a must visit for any aspiring architect or history lover. The Acropolis Museum lies on the southeastern slope of the Acropolis hill just three hundred and ten yards away from the Parthenon. First opened in June of 2009 the museum holds around four thousand objects found in and around the Acropolis.
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10 Most AMAZING BUILDINGS in the World!

10 Most AMAZING BUILDINGS in the World!

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In this Top 10, I present to you the most INCREDIBLE architectural structures ON EARTH! A dancing house!? A piano house!? AMAZING! Subscribe and click the bell to enable notifications for my new videos! http://bit.ly/SubscribeSantoro Follow me for more DAILY facts and important updates! Snapchat: http://bit.ly/SantoroSnapchat Twitter: http://twitter.com/MatthewSantoro Instagram: http://instagr.am/MatthewSantoro Facebook Profile: http://fb.com/MatthewMSantoro Facebook Page: http://fb.com/MatthewSantoroOfficial Get my new book MIND=BLOWN - available everywhere now! http://bit.ly/MindBlownInfo Subscribe to my other two channels! My Gaming Channel: http://bit.ly/SantoroGamingSubscribe My Vlog Channel: http://bit.ly/SantoroVlogsSubscribe Sources: http://www.archinomy.com/case-studies/709/50-most-amazing-buildings-of-the-world http://www.youramazingplaces.com/top-10-strangest-buildings-in-the-world/
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Top 10 Architects in the world and their works (most influential)

Top 10 Architects in the world and their works (most influential)

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This video covers the topmost influential architects in the world
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10 Biggest Architecture Fails In The World

10 Biggest Architecture Fails In The World

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Top 10 shocking architectural failures in history! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg For copyright matters please contact us at: david.f@valnetinc.com Other Videos You Might Like Roads You Wouldn't Want To Drive On https://youtu.be/ym4uVS-5tSA?list=PLXK3uPjJ22FUgkmE10ySoALx9YjknvXHI The Largest Things In The World https://youtu.be/V1lfjKqGgf8?list=PLXK3uPjJ22FUgkmE10ySoALx9YjknvXHI Description: Architecture is one of the most astounding and complex professions in the world today. It has only been well over a century since skyscrapers first made their appearance in the late nineteenth century, complete with photos of the construction that alarmingly include men eating their lunch thousands of feet into the air with nothing to hang on to should they fall. Architecture requires some of the most brilliant minds in the world today, as complex designs have to have a way to stay standing. If you look at buildings from the earlier times, they looked like square boxes with some windows. But the innovation of design has challenged architects to be more creative and productive in their designs. From buildings to bridges, people want more aesthetics than functionality these days. However, functionality is crucial because it can make the difference between life and death. If a student makes an error on their test, the worst thing that will happen is that they get a bad grade. If an artist messes up on a piece, the worst thing that will happen is that there was time lost and wasted. But if an architect makes an error, then there is more devastation and more at risk. If an architect writes up plans that are flawed, and those plans are published around the world, then there is potential for worldwide catastrophe. When it all comes down to it, architectural failures can be devastating and lives can be lost at epic proportions. In this video are ten of the biggest architecture failures that have ever occurred around the world. Not only did these fails result in monetary loss, but also resulted in catastrophic damage to the people involved that involved PTSD and death. From the collapse of bridges to the downfall of some of the mightiest buildings to have ever existed, these failures are a grim reminder that we are still not perfect and have a lot of work to do in terms of how much we can create on our own. Sometimes loss of life isn’t the only major issue when it comes to architecture failures. Sometimes it’s something as simple as color of the building. Take the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Vdara Hotel and Spa. The buildings are both very shiny and reflect the sun, thus unintentionally creating a massive heat ray that moves as the Earth moves around the sun. People have actually reported their hair getting singe and plastic melting from the rays coming off of the buildings. Perhaps that’s why we don’t see many silver buildings anymore? The entries in this video are both tragic and humorous. As the art of architecture continues to evolve and change, we will likely see more failures come as experimentation in the building world continues to progress. We are learning with each building how to create something bigger and better, along with making sure that the building is safe and not put together with paperclips, glue, and maybe a few thumbtacks. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest Featuring: Savar Building Citigroup Center Walt Disney Concert Hall Katowice Trade Hall Lotus Riverside Silver Bridge Kemper Arena John Hancock Tower Vdara Hotel & Spa Hotel New World For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/ TheRichest is the world's leading source of shocking and intriguing content surrounding celebrities, money, global events, society, pop culture, sports and much more. We create high quality top 10 and top 5 list based videos filled with mind blowing interesting and entertaining facts you are going to love and enjoy. Currently updating every day!
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Top 10 Most Amazing Architects In The World || Pastimers

Top 10 Most Amazing Architects In The World || Pastimers

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Building and construction is known since millions of years. Many features and styles appear in the building. Architects have shown their skills and talents in their designs. Times show magnificent works appeared in pyramids, houses, temples … etc. There are many famous architects, whose works are telling. ☛ Visit our infotainment partner : http://Wirally.com ☛ For More Videos Subscribe Our Channel : http://goo.gl/CnuhTj ☛ Background Music : http://www.bensound.com Source : http://www.topteny.com/top-10-most-brilliant-architects-in-the-world/
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Culture Documentary HD 7 Architects: Bridging Cultures in a Global World

Culture Documentary HD 7 Architects: Bridging Cultures in a Global World

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Culture Documentary HD 7 Architects: Bridging Cultures in a Global World “Doing architecture is listening.” Some of the greatest architects of our time – from Peter Zumthor to Jean Nouvel and Diébédo Francis Kéré – here share their inspirational thoughts on what it is that makes global architecture work. Swiss architect Peter Zumthor (b. 1943) always has a certain “feeling for the space”, which enables him to react as an architect. This he also attributes to having background knowledge of the place, which is easier in our modern, global world. The real challenge is to understand the local people and their subtext. “I’m a contextual architect, but for me the context isn’t only the site.” French architect Jean Nouvel (b. 1945) considers architecture to be part of a wider historical and cultural context. A building, he feels, always has roots, and a building can’t simply be put anywhere and must always develop according to its context. Danish architect Louis Becker (b. 1962), who is a Principal Partner at Henning Larsen Architects, feels that the globalization of architecture enables architects to both influence – and be influenced: “The nice thing about a Coca Cola is it’s the same thing all over the world… if you did that in architecture, it would be a disaster.” “Having the opportunity to see both worlds – or even many worlds – is an incredible source of inspiration,” says Nigerian architect Kunlé Adeyemi (b. 1976), who is inspired by travelling the world and aspires to create projects that “seem like they belong there, and at the same time look like they came out of nowhere.” Norwegian architect Kjetil Trædal Thorsen (b. 1958), founding partner of Snøhetta, feels that there is a great strength in coming from the outside as an architect, as it enables you to “re-search, re-interpret, re-translate.” Moreover, co-operation is key, which also means involving the locals and using their local material – in this sense, architecture builds bridges. Architecture is a process made in collaboration with the local people, who should ultimately consider the structure their own, according to Burkina Faso architect Diébédo Francis Kéré (b. 1965): “Architecture starts with people.” In continuation of this, Kéré uses old, local materials to create something new and appealing. English architect Norman Foster (b. 1935) feels that it is important to use architecture as a tool to address some of the bigger social issues – such as sanitation, water and power – while still respecting the urban structure. The true task is to transform e.g. settlements rather than simply tear them down. The interviews can be watched in full length at All interviews by Marc-Christoph Wagner, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Edited by: Klaus Elmer Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2016 Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/FKFpTd Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!! #globalarchitecture, #peterzumthor
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Top 10 Best Women Architects of The World

Top 10 Best Women Architects of The World

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Architects - "Gone With The Wind"

Architects - "Gone With The Wind"

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Listen to the full album: http://bit.ly/1WUsquY "Gone With The Wind" by Architects from the album 'All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us,'' available now Order here: http://www.architectsofficial.com/ Architects Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/architectsuk Architects Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/architectsuk Architects Instagram: http://instagram.com/architects Direction and visuals - Jeb Hardwick - http://www.jebhardwick.com Lyrics The weight of the world is resting on thin ice. When the surface breaks will I find paradise? As I freeze to death, left to reflect, what a waste of time I was, in retrospect. I’d take a leap of faith, but I’d lose my nerve. In the end, I’ll get the hell that I deserve. I’m always gone with the wind. Crawling in and out of my mind. God knows, I lost all my faith. A sickness with no remedy, except the ones inside of me. You ever wonder how deep you can sink into nothing at all? Disintegrate. Annihilate me. Do you remember when you said to me, “My friend, hope is a prison.”? Of all the patterns that I could create, I built a labyrinth with no escape. To keep my ‘self’ under lock and key. I am my own worst enemy. A sickness with no remedy, except the ones inside of me. You ever wonder how deep you can sink into nothing at all? Disintegrate. Annihilate me. If I could silence all the doubt in me, accept that what is meant to be, is meant to be. You ever wonder how deep you can sink into nothing at all? Disintegrate. Annihilate me.
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Architects - "Broken Cross"

Architects - "Broken Cross"

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Listen to the entire album at http://bit.ly/1mDBnXI "Broken Cross" by Architects from the new album 'Lost Forever // Lost Together,' out now Order on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/architectslflt Order at the Epitaph Store: http://www.epitaphstore.com Architects Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/architectsuk Architects Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/architectsuk Architects Instagram: http://instagram.com/architects Video by James Unwin for Red Boss Productions www.facebook.com/redbossproductions www.redbossproductions.com Album mixed and mastered by Henrik Udd at Studio Fredman Lyrics: God only knows why we were born to burn // If God is my witness, he'll see that all is not well // Christ, what a sight for sore eyes // Looking down on us, all the children that you despise // A bullet in the neck doesn't feel much like love // A message of rejection sent from above // No flags, no holy books // I'll be in hell with the misunderstood // The sons and daughters that you wished to forget // A desperate picture of god's regret // Are we perfect mistakes? Or almighty fuck ups? // One thing's for sure, he doesn't fucking love us // Hate must weigh on you like a broken cross // Hate; the dividing line we'll never step across // Outcast and reject // Father, father, how I've let you down // A fucking tyrant in a hollow crown. Tom's blog about the meaning behind Broken Cross: http://architectsofficial.tumblr.com/post/76328164207/discussion-about-the-meaning-of-broken-cross Photographs courtesy of: NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre, David Shankbone, Shirley Roper-Phelps, John Lemieux, Ashi Fachler, Beth Chayim, Ryan Somma, Elvert Barnes, Brad Hammonds, GlobalHawk, TheBadAstronomer, Easa Shamih, Vinoth Chandar, Raman Sharma
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Bjarke Ingels Interview: Advice to the Young

Bjarke Ingels Interview: Advice to the Young

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Renowned Danish architect Bjarke Ingels here offers his architectural advice to aspiring architects and explains why architecture is fundamentally important for the world we live in. Bjarke Ingels is considered one of the greatest architects of our time, with projects such as the BIG U, which contains a plan to fortify the whole south tip of Manhattan against future storms and rising sea levels. His architectural vision evolves around a philosophy that could be described as a pragmatic utopianism, combining everyday needs with sustainable solutions to the climatic challenges. We live in the anthropogenic age, where humans don’t adapt to life, but life adapts to human needs, Ingels explains, which makes his advice to young architects designing tomorrow’s world simple and clear. The key for young architects is to acquire the tools and language to comprehend the human needs outside of the architectural bubble, and understand that they are here to accommodate - and not to be accommodated. Bjarke Ingels (born 1974) is a renowned Danish architect and founding partner of BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group located in Copenhagen and New York. In 2013 BIG was chosen to redesign the Smithsonian, the world’s largest museum and research complex in Washington, a project which will be implemented over a period of 20 years. His projects include The Mountain, a residential complex in Copenhagen, and the innovative Danish Maritime Museum in Elsinore. In 2004 he received the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale and the Danish Crown Prince’s Culture Prize in 2011. Moreover, BIG received Architizer’s Firm of the Year Award in 2014. Bjarke Ingels was interviewed by Kasper Bech Dyg in New York in December 2014. Camera: Pierce Jackson Produced and edited by: Kasper Bech Dyg Copyright: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014 Supported by Nordea-fonden
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I am an Architect

I am an Architect

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I am an Architect (LYRICS) "Yo, Where my red lines at?" I picture Frank Lloyd Wright, while you think I'm Mike Brady And engineers devour our work and call us crazy We got rounded specs, but they ain't for looks It's from staring at our screens and all those history books We turn an empty space, into a world of possibility Maintaining privacy, and tranquility Graduate from school, about to change the world, But I'm stuck designing thrones with a clockwise swirl CHORUS We're architects oh! With creative flair Re-designing the world, from buildings to chairs It's a daily grind, but we love what we do A satisfying job giving you a better view Lord of the Elmer's, and king of scraps Making models our of paper, and plastic bottle caps I'm a master of BIM, making lines with dashes, Except I'll lose my mind, if Revit *bleep* crashes GREEN is gold, and LEED is big, Know the golden triangle, and learn your trig Challenge the formula, push the envelope, Put more glazing over here. That looks really dope! CHORUS Crank the A/C in the office just to stay awake, Espresso and Red Bull till I got a stomach ache. With our cotton blazers high, we have a sense of style, But to the rest of the world we just point and smile I read code books, while I'm on vacation Take pictures of, my latest creation We wear black and gray, with no logos on our threads So many sleepless nights we're like the walking dead CHORUS Got so many scales, myswell (might as well) call me a fish Does your lawn look boring? I'll design you a dish Starchitects, no!, call them Hollywood actors, Cause they can't deal with general contractors Spec book wasn't clear so I got these RFI's Clients making changes that we all despise. We got better FORM, than Jordan's jump shot And designs that function like a million dollar yacht. CHORUS I'm an architect, "Oh you mean like Ted Mosby?"
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Architects Of Chaoz - Erase The World:Rock Hard Festival 2015

Architects Of Chaoz - Erase The World:Rock Hard Festival 2015

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  • Updated: 05 Nov 2015
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Architects Of Chaoz - Erase The World Architects Of Chaoz - Horsemen Of Death Architects Of Chaoz - Architects Of Chaoz Architects Of Chaoz - Dead Eyes Architects Of Chaoz - How Many Times Architects Of Chaoz - When Murder Comes To Town Architects Of Chaoz - The Children Of Madness Architects Of Chaoz - Killers
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Rise Against - Architects (lyrics)

Rise Against - Architects (lyrics)

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  • Updated: 16 Feb 2011
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Rise Against - Architects with Lyrics Sry about the two mistakes. I was listening to it really loud lol http://www.wallconvert.com/converted/rise-against-wallpaper-32146.html thats where i got the starting pic. just choose size and hit convert and download I do not own any part of this music or the artwork. All of it belongs to Rise Against and their respective associates such as their label No breach of any copyright is intended, just the intention to share music that kicks ass with the world!
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Archiculture: a documentary film that explores the architectural studio (full 25 min film)

Archiculture: a documentary film that explores the architectural studio (full 25 min film)

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  • Updated: 17 Dec 2014
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Archiculture takes a thoughtful, yet critical look at the architectural studio. The 25-minute film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based, design education through the eyes of a group of students finishing their final design projects. Interviews with leading professionals, historians and educators help create crucial dialog around the key issues faced by this unique teaching methodology and the built environment these future architects will create. Starring: Mollie Claypool Alanna Jaworski Dionysios Neofitidis Mike Toste Giancarlo Tramontozzi Including Interviews with: Shigeru Ban - Shigeru Ban Architects Matthew Berman - Workshop APD Phil Bernstein - VP Autodesk Joe Brown - CIO AECOM David Byrne - Musician/Artist Annie Choi - Author/Critic Maurice Cox - Professor/NEA Ken Frampton - Historian/Professor Terry Heinlein - TGH Architect Ted Landsmark - President BAC Thom Mayne - Morphosis Mary Woods - Historian/Professor Credits: Co-Producer/Director - David Krantz & Ian Harris Editor - Jesse Garrison Sound Editor and Re-Recording Mixer - Yoni Slotwiner Composer - Glenn Forsythe Colorist - Frederick Trevino Titles and Graphics - Matthew Posorske Story Development - Eric Krantz Assistant Editors - Bill Scurry, Randy Astle, Eric Joseph, Aaron Lim, Marco Monti & Justin Strawhand Production/Editing Assistants - Pierce Cook, Emily Wettstein & Emily Ahn Levy Production Assistant - Michael Selwa Pre-Production Assistant - Lisa Zigenis Grant Writer/Editor - Jacob Richardson Marketing - Sam Danner Outreach - Emily Goligoski & Barbie Steffen Public Relations - Whitney Sterling & Julie Fallin Website Consultant - Doug Havens Legal Services - George M. Rush Executive Producer - AECOM Fiscal Sponsor - Independent Film Project (IFP) Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to see a new Architecture Extras Interview each week! Produced, shot and edited by Arbuckle Industries - http://www.arbuckle-industries.com.
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Ivan Torrent - Architects Of Life (Epic Emotional Electronic Action)

Ivan Torrent - Architects Of Life (Epic Emotional Electronic Action)

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  • Updated: 29 May 2014
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrailerMusicWorld 2nd Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/park0urfreak1 Ivan Torrent: https://www.facebook.com/ivantorrent Title: Architects Of Life Composer: Ivan Torrent Ft. Celica Soldream Album: 8Dio Hybrid Tools 3 Demo Genre: Epic ActionElectronic Emotional Female Vocal Trailer Score Image: http://jamga.deviantart.com/art/HEX-LSM-tribute-reprint-359590895 Website: http://www.hispasonic.com/itorrent/muro Contact: info@ivantorrent.com
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Norman Foster Interview: Striving for Simplicity

Norman Foster Interview: Striving for Simplicity

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  • Updated: 01 Jun 2015
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Quality is an attitude of mind.” The great architectural mastermind of our time Norman Foster, who turns 80 in June 2015, here reflects on a long and prosperous career – and life – with prominent buildings and more than 1,000 employees all over the world. Foster has always considered technology to be an ally. As a child he was immensely excited by machines and their speed – he spent many hours making sketches of and reading about them. He left school at age 16, did National Service for two years, worked different jobs to earn money, but never abandoned his private world of drawing and dreaming. When he discovered that he as an architect could actually do the things that had always excited him, it simply didn’t feel like work. Respecting the structure of a city or a place is essential: “I’ve realized the important links between individual buildings and infrastructure.” Architecture has to address the bigger issues and make a difference to the world we live in. Architects can’t solve every problem in the world, but what they can do, however, is to contribute by turning the complex into something simple via shape as well as material and being aware of the “urban glue” that binds everything together: “We have rethought, redesigned, reinvented. We have questioned and gone back to basics.” Norman Robert Foster (b. 1935) is an English architect and designer, who is considered one of the most prolific architects of his generation. He is the founder of Foster and Partners (1967) and responsible for renowned buildings such as London City Hall and Millennium Bridge (London), Reichstag (Berlin), Bilbao Metro, Hearst Tower (New York), Hong Kong International Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport and Apple Spaceship Headquarters (est. 2016). Foster, who is a Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers and winner of the society’s highest award, The Minerva Medal, has received several awards such as the Pritzker-prize in 1999 (often referred to as the Nobel Prize of architecture), the Stirling Prize in 1998 and 2004, as well as the Aga Khan Award for Architecture – the biggest architectural award in the world – for the University of Technology Petronas in Malaysia (2007). He was knighted in 1990, and in 1999 he was created a life peer, as Baron Foster of Thames Bank, of Reddish in the County of Greater Manchester. Norman Foster was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner in his home near Geneva, Switzerland in April 2015. Camera: Mathias Nyholm Edited by: Kamilla Bruus Music: 'Draw a Blank' by Søren Dahl Jeppesen (from Find the Tune) Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2015 Supported by Nordea-fonden
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