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Dubai Fountain Performances

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The Dubai Fountain is a record-setting choreographed fountain system set on the 30-acre manmade Burj Khalifa Lake, at the center of the Downtown Dubai development in Dubai,United Arab Emirates.  It was built at a cost of AED 800 million (USD 218 million).

The plane to nowhere – fake airline flights in India

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As a child I was fascinated by flying. It was less about the actual machinery of the plane but more about the experience of being a passenger and the excitement of international travel.… Continue reading

Zimbabwe House, London- The Zimbabwe Embassy

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Stumbled across on The Strand. Zimbabwe house has magnificent window displays of indigenous crafts and light boxes.

Thames Town – an English town in China

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On first view Thames Town looks like the idyllic English village. Bowling greens, mock Tudor cottages, pubs, quaint shops and even the ubiquitous red telephone box – so popular with tourists. You would… Continue reading

Deptford X – 2011

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Some documentation of our project for Deptford X in 2011 – we’re looking forward to being involved this year as well!

Aeroflot commercial 1970

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Object sexuality – married to the Eiffel Tower

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We would like to introduce you to Erika Eiffel. She married the Eiffel Tower in 2007. She is an Object sexual. Object sexuality (OS) or objectophilia is a romantic and often sexual desire… Continue reading

The Inner-Beauty of Outward-Ugly

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by Elise Bergerson Every American baby boomer can tell you where he or she was when President John Kennedy was shot. My father was in Mrs. Horthschild’s class when she announced the somber… Continue reading

The futuristic architecture of 90s music videos

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The 90s was a time when the music video came into it’s own. Well known directors debuted on MTV, such as Spike Jonze, Michel Gondry, David Fincher. Martin Scorsese and Mark Romanek. People… Continue reading

Nicosia’s abandoned airport

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Nicosia International Airport was the gateway to Cyprus for sun seeking holiday makers. In July 1974 Turkey invaded Cyprus, bombing the airport making it inoperable.  Now it lies derelict, trapped in the United… Continue reading

Mansion inside a mall, Centro Comercial Galerias, El Salvador

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Centro Comercial Galerias is a shopping center in San Salvador, El Salvador. The mall’s main attraction is a mansion known as La Casona dating from the late 50’s and kept in perfect condition, which… Continue reading

The Plaza Tour at Deptford X!

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We’re looking forward to seeing you all at Deptford X. We will be treating you to a tour of an unprecedented architectural feat transforming Deptford market into a fantastic, crystalline pinnacle. A publication… Continue reading

Cottons Centre London

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Plaza II teaser!

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Opening September 30th as part of Deptford X – looking forward to seeing you there!

Abandoned Malls – Costa Calma – Fuerteventura

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Costa Calma is a holiday resort on the south eastern coast of Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands, off the west coast of Africa. As you can imagine Tourism is the main industry… Continue reading

Airport Logos

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Berlin Tempelhof Airport

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Tempelhof was designated as an airport by the Ministry of Transport on 8 October 1923. The old terminal was originally constructed in 1927. In anticipation of increasing air traffic, the Nazi government began… Continue reading

First look at Plaza II – opening September 2011

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A sneak preview of our next show, opening this September.

Yugoslav war memorials

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‘During the 1960s and 70s, thousands of monuments commemorating the Second World War – called ‘Spomeniks’ – were built throughout the former Yugoslavia; striking monumental sculptures, with an angular geometry echoing the shapes… Continue reading

Seville 92 – The abandoned Expo

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The theme of the Seville expo in 1992 was “The Age of Discovery”. Over 100 countries were represented at a large site Isla de la Cartuja, reputed site of reference for Columbus for… Continue reading