Are you using the CAD software Rhino for your architectural designs? Then this blog by Marc Fornes is for you. Since late 2005, Fornes—who spent several years in Zaha Hadid's London studio before moving stateside—has been using the site to archive examples of complex computational geometries created via “Rhinoscripting.”
A companion website for the Canadian Centre for Architecture's current exhibit of the same name, 1973: Sorry, Out of Gas presents a slideshow of architectural responses to the energy crisis of the early '70s. The site also offers a look at An Endangered Species, a humorously illustrated book for young readers commissioned for the exhibit.
WebUrbanist is a collective blog about “all things urban—from urban design to subversive art and strange architecture.” Post categories include “Subvertising” and “7 Wonders” (there are more kinds than you might think). Launched last June, the site has caught on quickly: According to Web info company Alexa, it has a higher traffic rank than Archinect.
The panoramic photography of Briton John Law includes bridges, buildings, landscapes, and town views. Stitched together from multiple exposures, the full-screen, scrollable images offer an immersive experience. “It's almost like being there but without the biting insects or the jet-lag!” Law notes in the site's description of his work.