While some cars might look better than others, I don't think any - not even the older or oldest ones - can be described as beautiful. And if this isn't totally correct, then the window for beautiful cars must only be small. This is very different to other older things, including buildings. This says a lot, I think, about the ugliness mechanisation has brought into the world. Think about it; very few if any machines could be described as beautiful; and seeing as we undoubtedly live in a machine dominated world, I wonder if the ugly, modern architecture referred to by the OP could basically be described as the mechanical equivalent of buildings.
The later Matrix films portrayed humanity living in this ugly machine world that was very depressing. While the dreamworld Matrix was controlled by machines, even the human underground caves were filled with machinery and portrayed a very dysgenic world.the ugliness mechanisation has brought into the world. Think about it; very few if any machines could be described as beautiful; and seeing as we undoubtedly live in a machine dominated world, I wonder if the ugly, modern architecture referred to by the OP could basically be described as the mechanical equivalent of buildings.
One of the most beautiful cars of all time. Late 60’s and the 70’s was a peak in my opinion. I always liked that look, shared by the Ford GT40 and other cars from around that time (Ferrari Daytona, 308, even the C2 and C3 Corvette to some extent, etc.)Tell me you wouldn't (assuming you could fit in it) :
Here is a top 10 most beautiful planes article. The only modern plane on the list is the Boeing 757 (I think the 747 is still around but being phased out)
Yes!Let's keep this thread to buildings only.
If you wanna talk about cars or planes, please do so in another thread.
Like I believe that every building looks beautiful only if its paint is unique, every wall tells that yes I am beautiful. So that 's why i just only trust that if you want your house to look unique between other buildings then only buy paint from pick paints as they have a huge variety of colors and paints.
Playgrounds designed in a “trendy” but ultimately off-putting style are not the answer, whatever their designers might believe or say. Design guides focus on schools and the children’s realm, but have not consulted the educational and medical evidence on what environmental details the children actually need and thrive from. Instead, spaces for learning tend to be shaped according to industrial-modernist aesthetics, which the architect believes the children will enjoy — without any prior or subsequent scientific testing.