Victor Loux Bookmarks Tag: architecture

27 bookmarks tagged “architecture

Scaling in the presence of errors—don’t ignore... — programming is terrible

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Scaling in the presence of errors—don’t ignore them Building a reliable, robust service often means building something that can keep working when some parts fail. A website where not every feature is...

Dimensions.Guide | Database of Dimensioned Drawings

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A comprehensive reference database of dimensioned drawings documenting the standard measurements and sizes of the everyday objects and spaces that make up our world.

The Saint Francis Convent Church by David Closes in Santpedor, Spain | Yatzer

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Santpedor is a small, rustic municipality located roughly 75km north of Barcelona. Overlooking a hilly Spanish countryside, it boasts just over 7000 inhabitants. The town’s two sites include the Romanesque-Gothic church of St. Peter and the Hermitage of St. Francis. Here is where our story of revival begins; where a crippled 18th century church has been restored and rejuvenated with a new purpose and life.

Innovating inaccessibility: designing novel forms of disability

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I was at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London yesterday. They have a new entrance plaza. It looks lovely. It does however, include a new form of textured paving that is quite awesomely bad for…

Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend

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Write code that is easy to delete, not easy to extend. “ “Every line of code is written without reason, maintained out of weakness, and deleted by chance” Jean-Paul Sartre’s Programming in ANSI...

Paris-Berlin, destins croisés (1/4) | ARTE

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Comment, en trois siècles d'une histoire tumultueuse, les capitales française et allemande ont grandi au miroir l'une de l'autre. Une passionnante épopée urbaine, qui combine à l'art de la synthèse un lumineux sens du détail. Ce premier épisode est l'histoire d'une fascination : celle que nourrit une petite ville sans passé envers une cité à l'histoire prestigieuse.