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Help the Aged: innovative adaptive reuse in architecture

Help the Aged: innovative adaptive reuse in architecture

Denkmalschutz,Parasit,Architektur Innen,Architektur-design,Chinesische Architektur,Wohn-architektur,Corten-stahl,Armee,Adaptive Wiederverwendung

Konditorei im Hotel Kaiserhof, Berlin, 1934

Konditorei im Hotel Kaiserhof, Berlin, 1934

https://flic.kr/p/Roy65z | Blue Bell Cafe | An outpost of the mostly forgotten Blue Bell Cafe chain was located at 4300 Connecticut Avenue NW in the late 1930s, an area we now refer to as Van Ness. It offered curbside service, like it's more famous rival, The Hot Shoppe, which was located in the same block just to the north.

https://flic.kr/p/Roy65z | Blue Bell Cafe | An outpost of the mostly forgotten Blue Bell Cafe chain was located at 4300 Connecticut Avenue NW in the late 1930s, an area we now refer to as Van Ness. It offered curbside service, like it's more famous rival, The Hot Shoppe, which was located in the same block just to the north.

Thompson (also known as Zion Hill ) is an unincorporated community in Trinity County , Texas . The community has a church and some homes

Thompson (also known as Zion Hill ) is an unincorporated community in Trinity County , Texas . The community has a church and some homes

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[Berlin: Winter Garden (old)]

[Berlin: Winter Garden (old)]

An exposition dedicated to the Cleveland Torso Murders in the Cleveland Police Museum. The murderer always beheaded and dismembered his victims. During this time Eliot Ness was the Public Safety Director of Cleveland. One suspect was Dr. Francis E. Sweeney.  The killings apparently stopped after Sweeney voluntarily entered an institution shortly after the last official murders were discovered in 1938. From the hospital Sweeney would mock and harass Ness with threatening postcards into the…

An exposition dedicated to the Cleveland Torso Murders in the Cleveland Police Museum. The murderer always beheaded and dismembered his victims. During this time Eliot Ness was the Public Safety Director of Cleveland. One suspect was Dr. Francis E. Sweeney. The killings apparently stopped after Sweeney voluntarily entered an institution shortly after the last official murders were discovered in 1938. From the hospital Sweeney would mock and harass Ness with threatening postcards into the…

Grace Hartzel & Lexi Boling for Vogue UK December 2015 - Page 3 | The Fashionography

Grace Hartzel & Lexi Boling for Vogue UK December 2015 - Page 3

Grace Hartzel & Lexi Boling for Vogue UK December 2015 - Page 3 | The Fashionography

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