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Durmiendo en el hotel Le Corbusier

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some elements of this abandoned factory can be worked into the set, but I don't think it will be as desolate

rdmironworks:  Forging Press in the Krupp Factory.  Essen, Germany 1928

rdmironworks: Forging Press in the Krupp Factory. Essen, Germany 1928 ---- (Monessen was named in part after Essen, Germany in the hopes of having the same economic success as that city)

"Light painting | Freezelight | фризлайт" by Lightpaint.ru Art-project, via 500px.

Dmitry Alekseevich Makarov and Catherine Larina from Moscow, Russia have created light paintings (pictured) in the footsteps of Pablo Picasso who experimented with the art form in

Crystal Palace, London, 1851

Great Exhibition photo Claude Marie Ferrier (French Reports of the Juries, 1851 Exhibition. View of Transept, looking south, Westmacott set. Painted and dyed cotton.

by François Schuiten - Duistere Steden (Orig.: Les Cités obscures; The Obscure cities). *Has been hanging for years on my wall. Great drawings by Francois Schuiten.

Belgian comic book artist François Schuiten is famous for creating rich and fantastical cityscapes, with shades of steampunk and Art Nouveau, envisioning a future dominated not by faceless office buildings, but by romantic and innovative architecture.

Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse built the first hydro-electric power plant in 1895 in Niagara Falls and started the electrification of the world. The remaining building of the original power plant, Adam's Station, Power House No. 3, survived to this day since 1895 and is shown here.

These Power Plants started the electrification of the world. Today, the only remaining building of this National Land Mark Site is shown

U.K. Crystal Palace, London.  Pity it's no longer there after it was burnt down in 1936

Crystal Palace in Crystal Palace Park, London, before it was burnt down in

Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram's Outrace at London Design Festival ©David ...

Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram's Outrace at London Design Festival ©David .

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