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Turismiarhitektuur / Tourism-architecture

Turismiarhitektuur / Tourism-architecture

Taavi @ 30.10.2005 17:46 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Üht-teist mis ajab silma punni

Dubai: to buy or not to buy

Urmet @ 03.11.2005 11:02 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


ja mitte tavapunni vaid enamgi mul ajas

Nõmme sanatoorium

Taavi @ 14.07.2009 11:24 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Kunagi oli kuskil Nõmmel selline puhke- ja raviasutus

Narva - Jõesuu

Taavi @ 14.07.2009 11:29 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Päris stiilsed suvitusvankrid olid Hungerburgi rannas vanasti.

Haapsalu

Taavi @ 14.07.2009 11:31 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

... ja Hapsali rannas võis näha Mikihiirt.

Urmet @ 14.07.2009 14:09 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Ka tema peab ju puhkama!

Rolling Huts by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects

Taavi @ 05.09.2009 12:03 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Ratastel kämpinguid on endiselt tegijad - respect!

Rolling Huts are minimally appointed mountain cabins mounted on wheels, designed by Seattle architects Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen.

Located at Mazama in Washington State, the six huts serve as guest accommodation for friends of architect Tom Kundig, who has his Delta Shelter weekend retreat in the valley nearby.

The cabins have wheels to get round local planning laws forbidding permanent structures.

Rolling Huts was one of three projects by ASKA Architects to win at the AIA Seattle Awards a couple of weeks ago.

by Dezeen

Brightoni näkid

Taavi @ 01.01.2010 14:09 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

The ancient settlement of Brighthelmston dates from before Domesday Book (1086), but it emerged as a health resort during the 18th Century and became a destination for day-trippers after the arrival of the railway in 1841.

"Mermaids at Brighton" by William Heath (1795 - 1840), c. 1829. Depicts women sea-bathing with bathing machines at Brighton.

Bathing machine e. kuidas vanasti ujumas käidi

Taavi @ 01.01.2010 14:24 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

The bathing machine was a device, popular in the 18th and 19th centuries, to allow people to change out of their usual clothes, possibly change into swimwear and then wade in the ocean at beaches. Bathing machines were roofed and walled wooden carts rolled into the sea. Some had solid wooden walls; others had canvas walls over a wooden frame.

The bathing machine was part of sea-bathing etiquette more rigorously enforced upon women than men but to be observed by both sexes among those who wished to be "proper".[1]

Especially in Britain, men and women were usually segregated, so nobody of the opposite sex might catch sight of them in their bathing suits, which (although modest by modern standards) were not considered proper clothing to be seen in.

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Haapsalu praam-restoran “Veneetsia” 1922

Taavi @ 22.02.2010 19:04 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

Aegade jooksul on Haapsalu linn ehtinud end võõraste maade ja linnade nimedega. Meenutame kasvõi Rootsi turgu, Saksa, Jerusalemma ning Pariisi tänavaid, Aafrika randa ja samanimelist diskoteeki; St. Peterburgi võõrastemaja ja restorani; Viiburi ja Ateena kohvikut ning Vietnamiks ja Kongoks kutsutud õllekaid. Mõni aeg tagasi oli linna serval ka Palermo nimeline lõbustusasutus. Kuigi enamusel eelpoolnimetatud kohtadel pole endale nime andnud paikadega nii otsest seost kui Kiltsi teel, Tallinna või Lihula maanteel, on nimesaamisel neil kõigil oma lugu. Järgnevalt olgu toodud Haapsalus lühikest aega eksisteerinud restoran “Veneetsia” lugu.

Oli 1922. aasta varakevad, kui tollal Haapsalus tegutsenud ärimehed tulid mõttele teha restoran, mis keset vett ujuks. Mõte sai teoks suvel, kui ühele vanale praamile ehitati puhvetiruum koos joogisaaliga. Esialgu Uuemõisa juures lahel asunud praam-restoranile anti nimeks “Veneetsia”, kuna vee peale ehitatuna sarnanes ta tõesti mingil määral tolle kuulsa Itaalia kaubalinnaga. Ent kliente, kes paatidel oleks restorani aerutanud, jäi oodatust vähemaks ning restorani omanikud kauplesid kahjudega. Sügise saabudes viidi “Veneetsia” Vanasse Sadamasse talvekorterisse.
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Kas pool “Veneetsiat” Pirital tööle hakkas ning milline oli ta edasine saatus, on hetkel teadmata, ent Madis Hollmann sellega ei leppinud, et teda “Veneetsia” hävimises süüdistati.

Kogu jutt Läänemaa Muuseumist

Ökohotell

Taavi @ 11.10.2011 14:57 | Registreerunud: 01.04.2003

In the ruins of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker's Christian themepark

Urmet @ 29.02.2012 10:37 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003


Boingboing vahendab:

"Here's a set of photos from the ruins of Heritage USA in Fort Mill, SC, the Christian themepark built by Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker at the height of their evangelical empire, now fallen to ruins since its closure in 1989. It's arguably a lot more fun to visit now than it ever was in its heyday."

Urmet @ 17.02.2013 11:39 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

 

The abandoned Joyland Amusement park in Wichita, Kansas. 

 

No Joy from Mike Petty on Vimeo.