"architecture"
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Friday, February 3, 2012
estonoesuntumblr:

“Light Thread”
 2008: Plaster, EPS, wood, fluorescent fixture.
 by Daniel Arsham

estonoesuntumblr:

“Light Thread”

 2008: Plaster, EPS, wood, fluorescent fixture.

 by Daniel Arsham

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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Thursday, March 31, 2011
loosetin:

Sepulga River/Bull Slough Bridge - Brooklyn, Alabama

loosetin:

Sepulga River/Bull Slough Bridge - Brooklyn, Alabama

Wednesday, January 26, 2011
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Monday, December 20, 2010
Playboy interviews Frank Gehry

kateoplis:

“Ninety-eight percent of buildings are boxes, which tells me that a lot of people are in denial. We live and work in boxes. People don’t even notice that. Most of what’s around us is banal. We live with it. We accept it as inevitable. People say, ‘This is the world the way it is, and don’t bother me.’ Then when somebody does something different, real architecture, the push-back is amazing. People resist it.”

“The thing is, I hate the celebrity architect thing. I just do my work. The press comes up with this stuff and it sticks. I hate the word starchitect. Stuff like that comes from mean-spirited, untalented journalists. It’s demeaning. It’s derisive, and once it’s said, it sticks. I get introduced all the time, ‘Here’s starchitect Frank Gehry…’ My reaction: ‘What the fuck are you talking about?‘”

On the Bilbao effect:“It’s not new. The Bilbao effect is the Parthenon effect, the Chartres Cathedral effect, the Notre Dame effect. The press labeled it the Bilbao effect; I didn’t name it. It’s not new that architecture can profoundly affect a place, sometimes transform it. Architecture and any art can transform a person, even save someone. It can for children—for anyone. It still does for me.”

Tuesday, November 2, 2010
kateoplis:

Stow-on-the-World, a converted barn in the village of Maugesbury, by McLean Quinlan

kateoplis:

Stow-on-the-World, a converted barn in the village of Maugesbury, by McLean Quinlan

Sunday, September 5, 2010
Friday, August 27, 2010
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