i have been working on a newsprint project the last few weeks and am totally geeked on the idea of communicating old school – who needs anything more than a large format, ink-soaked piece of beautiful design anyway. this is an amazing example of this fact …fine work by benjamin critton. via
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by Tham & Videgard Hansson
It is an old architectural trick used since the invention of mirrored glass: covering buildings with the reflective material and declaring that they blend in with the surroundings. Most architects use it to convince wary citizens that it is OK if their building is tall because it will reflect the sky and nature. The rendering always makes the building disappear, and the reality is always a big clunky mirrored box.