San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transport (BART) in Design Journal’s issue 286, 1972.
Lots of fine photography of Japanese architecture at Wakiiii’s Flickr.
Architects of the houses pictured above are Taira Nishizawa, Kazuo Shinohara, Mejiro Studio, Makoto Tanijiri, Kiyonori Kikutaki, Kazunari Sakamoto.
(Wakiiii doesn’t want her photos to be spread on Tumblr, but I think this kind of editorial use of thumbnail-sized images qualifies as fair use)
I had reblogged this picture (with credit and link to source) but the photographer apparently for some reason doesn’t want her work to spread freely. So she had Tumblr staff remove the post on grounds of copyright violation. Fair enough.
Still I think it’s a shame because it’s a wonderful image of a wonderful house by a wonderful Japanese architect who is not well known outside Japan - well here’s the link, go see it and please drop the photographer a note on Flickr if you will.
Queen’s Building, De Montfort University, Leicester. July 2012. By Short & Associates, 1991-3. Very distinctive mashup of Gothic revival, Dutch vernacular and whatever else. Europe’s biggest naturally ventilated building when it opened.
The Derzhprom or Gosprom (Ukrainian: Держпром Russian: Госпром) building is a constructivist structure located in Freedom Square, Kharkiv, Ukraine. Its name is an abbreviation of two words that, taken together, mean State Industry. In English the structure is known as the State Industry Building or the Palace of Industry.