We've already seen some night-time vistas from the top of 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential building in North America. They're pretty wild. But now, the developers have released some high-res images of the views during the day time. They're absolutely nuts.
NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted this wonderful picture of what he describes as "My favorite views from space—just past sunrise over the ocean." Gorgeous.
Designing and constructing a building is not an easy task; guaranteeing everyone is happy with their view from the thing is almost impossible. But these days, architects are using intelligent computational design to make sure as many people as possible get an amazing view from their desk.
People have been building up for as long as they’ve been building at all, but structures made solely for the purpose of leisurely looking around at things—“purpose-free architecture”—are a relatively recent phenomenon. Lookout: Architecture With a View, a new show at the Swiss Architecture Museum (and accompanying…
You've probably seen it before: a new video from a popular producer of content gets uploaded. The viewcount shoots toward the skies, then, suddenly, it stops, usually right at 301. The "Likes" are still steadily climbing. What the hell is going on?