Monthly Archives: March 2009

Columns, columns everywhere…

Check out this beauty, just steps away from Frank Lloyd Wright’s houses in Oak Park: How many columns can you count? Wow.

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An interesting take on today’s digital baroque

Berlin architect Zvi Hecker on Lebbeus Woods’ blog, commenting on the disengaged architecture of recent years: The more obscure and environmentally irresponsible were the financial investments, the more excessive became the Architectural form. In its most extreme version the Architecture’s … Continue reading

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Folds-in-cube cont’d

After a dismal showing in my review on Monday I should shut up and hide under a rock, but I thought I’d share this with the world instead – so here’s my cube’s program: In order – parking, public space, … Continue reading

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