The Theory of Standardized Testing
The Chair Theory of Standardized Testing
With seven million people, Hong Kong is the 4th most densely populated places in the world. However, plain numbers never tell the full story. In his ‘Architecture of Density’ photo series, German photographer Michael Wolf explores the jaw-dropping urban landscapes of Hong Kong. He rids his photographs of any context, removing any sky or horizon line from the frame and flattening the space until it becomes a relentless abstraction of urban expansion, with no escape for the viewer’s eye. Infinite and haunting.
Editor’s Note: Co-signed.
This terrifies me.
I lived there for a while….it is nuts. I’m shocked it is only 4th densest, actually.
If you wish to make an Earth Cake from scratch, you must first invent the universe.
This Planetary dessert was used to teach kids about the structure of Earth.
Náhuatl moderno: metro
Una manera en que se le puede llamar al metro en náhuatl es tepozocuillin, que se arma con tepoztli, acero y ocuillin, gusano, entonces literalmente significaría gusano de acero.
Hyper Realistic Giant Human Sculptures
London based artist Ron Mueck, known for his extremely realistic human sculptures, took two years to create his latest installment. Before his opening in Paris, the private artist gave photographer Gautier Deblonde access to his workshop. The interview is available here.
6 ejemplos para dar la hora en náhuatl
Antes de la hora decimos ticateh ipan (literalmente ‘estamos en’), luego el número y podemos terminar con yohuatzinca (madrugada), teotlahca (tarde), yohualtica (noche), o simplemente dejarlo así y que se entienda por contexto.
Medianoche se arma con yohualli, noche y nepantla, en medio de. Mediodía se arma con tonalli, día y nepantla, en medio de.
Ejemplos tomados de: Matinahuatlahtolzalocan, aprendamos el idioma náhuatl de Isidoro Meza Patiño, editado por la SEDEREC y el GDF.
A fantastic project named “Bridge in Paris” by Paris-based architecture practiceAtelier Zündel Cristea (AZC) made as part of a competition. “Our intention is to invite its visitors and inhabitants to engage on a newer and more playful path across this same water. We propose, now, a distinctive urban feature: An inflatable bridge equipped with giant trampolines, dedicated to the joyful release from gravity as one bounces above the river”. It would be installed near the Bir-Hakeim Bridge with ring modules measuring 30m (100ft) fabricated in PVC membrane and filled with 3700 cubic meters of air.
Happy Monday! Let’s get out there and inspire our students!!
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