Mobile metal frame seating furniture (indoor/ outdoor) designed by Tamás Bozsik
Buzludha, by architect Guéorguy Stoilov, is Bulgaria’s largest ideological monument to Communism: A 70 metre tall 1970′s ‘flying saucer’ perched precariously in the snow on a ridge at 1500m. It is full of communist mosaic frescos and a central atrium complete with giant golden hammer and sickle.
It took 6000 workers 7 years to build.
Photographed by Timothy Allen.
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The “Pulsa,” a collapsible one-man helicopter, 1952
Bell engineer Harold Graham demonstrating the “Rocket Belt” at Fort Bragg in 1961
Flying platform being tested at an Air Force base, 1956
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