@jesse_seegers Jesse Seegers embraces architecture’s more ephemeral qualities with his own tensile pneumatic membrane structures also known as inflatable environments. On his feed, one gets a peek at his playful practice and his other jobs as a frequent architecture critic and researcher.
@samchermayeffoffice Currently the impermanent host of Ramiken Crucible’s New York viewing room, Sam Chermayeff’s practice is closely entangled with the arts. While not prolific on social, the architect does share new projects including one with Adam Charlap Hyman’s current For Mario exhibition at Tina Kim where you can lie on Chermayeff’s triangular bed.
@aa_aujla While technically not an architect, Aaron Aujla, one half of Green River Project LLC, is a near constant source for interior inspiration. Think: Adolf Loos built-ins, historic artist studios and summer homes.
@studioanneholtrop A longtime favorite of Cultured’s architecture editor Andrew Heid of @noarchitecture, Studio Anne Holtrop, based out of Amsterdam and Muharraq, is a destination for dramatic, yet minimalist, design. Check out Heid’s interview with Holtrop for the full story.
@adjaye_visual_sketchbook David Adjaye‘s pics run the gamut from Nigerien mud grain stores to Indian temples to interesting shots of Luis Barragan’s work in Mexico City. The breadth of his captures are unparalleled and just the thing to get you to book a flight.
@northern_vernacular This is one of the best regional accounts to follow, especially if you’re a New Englander, but honestly, everyone can use a wraparound porch no matter where you’re from. Julie finds and researches colonial vernacular architecture in Maine and makes everyone yearn for a little Northeast getaway.
@notenoughhangers For house porn in its truest form, whether it’s a carriage house in Brooklyn Heights or an old colonial on the Massachusetts coastline, Robert Khederian’s account is a go-to. He gives year and design details where he can, but it’s really all about the house-spo (house inspiration).