Links Without Buildings – 13 December

[The Sequence by Arne Quinze. via Dezeen]

  • Of late, I’ve noticed a lot of websites that are classifying their work and/or stories into quickly searchable and/or readable groups. Most recently, the new Diller Scofidio + Renfro site. In that vain, Tomorrow’s Thoughts Today, a blog “Exploring the consequences of fantastic, perverse, and underrated urbanisms,” makes its wildly entertaining content accessible and easy to digest. One my new favorite sites.

  • And speaking of website classification systems…I know I’m late to the party here, but the Copenhagen-based BIG has to be one of the most relevant offices working today. Counterstrike maps of their buildings? Parkour videos in their buildings? Lego construction exhibitions? Need I continue?

  • Junk Jet no.2 says hello.

  • A thoughtful series of posts at Where about a topic close to the heart of anyone interested in blogging, architecture, and urbanism: Notes About the Future of Urban Journalism. Part 1 and Part 2

  • Bay Area readers should check out the Oakland Space Academy.

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Jimmy Stamp

Jimmy Stamp is a freelance writer, researcher, and recovering architect. He has contributed to The Guardian, Wired, Smithsonian, The Journal of Architectural Education, and many other websites and publications. His first book Pedagogy and Place: 100 Years of Architecture Education at Yale comes out in spring 2016. If you're looking for writer with a penchant for Piranesi and pop culture, or if you just want to say hi, you can find him on twitter @LifeSansBldgs or instagram or email him at

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