Maison de lArchitecture’s building in Paris is inspiring me to explore some new textures in my paintings. Just look at those walls!
Archive | July, 2010
Anyone who has visited the Milwaukee Art Museum with a camera most certainly has take a photo like this one. Technically the space is called “The Quadracci Pavilion”. It’s a space-age enveloping environment that delights and inspires all its visitors. It demands to be photographed. And it sure is very photogenic. Though I’ve seen so […]
Architect, Marcio Kogan, sure has a lot of faith in those columns in his/her/their design for House 6. I want to see Transformers 4 film at this house. Optimus Prime will throw a Decepticon through those columns resulting in the building falling on top of them. Then the Decepticon will rise up through the rubble […]
Kivik Art Center, Kivik, SwedenArchitect: Petra Gipp Arkitektur AB
If you happen to be in Washington DC before September 5, 2011, then think about heading over to the National Building Museum to check out the show, “LEGO Architecture: Towering Ambition“. And you can buy sets by the designer(s) featured at the show at the LEGO Architecture site. I’d include a photo of lego structures, […]
Pentagons are hot in architecture right now.
Simply brilliant. We need more of these exact same gates around the world. It activates the air space and encourages engagement with the surrounding environment in a simple, simple, yet dynamic way. It is simply called “London Gate” and is the winning entry by Rotterdam studio, Donis, in a competition to design a temporary landmark […]
Charlotte Wilson wants to convert the RAF Bempton bunker in Yorkshire, UK into a museum honoring the women who fought in war. It looks very intriguing. Check out the other photos at dezeen.
Beirut Terraces by Herzog & de Meuron
I think it should be accepted practice that people begin emails with the first letter repeated multiple times.