House of Shadows Bye 2366
Stoner Food Restaurant 2368
Calder Museum 2369
BIG National Library of the Czech Republic 3706
Stephen Lauf, A Quondam Banquet of Virtual Sachlichkeit: Part II (Xlibris, 2006.01.06).
A Quondam Banquet of Virtual Sachlichkeit further regards symbolism in architecture and how it is sometimes misperceived. Part II, with texts written between 6 May 1986 and 25 December 2001, comprises "A Glass of Blue Nun Wine," "Sketches cum Napkins," "A Trip to the Rest Room" and "Coquille St. Jacques." This volume's earliest sentence is "Across the river from my hotel I saw the outline in the far desert as the African sun sank to darkness," and its last sentence is "I can only imagine how intellectually facile you are with your native tongue."
Stephen Lauf, A Quondam Banquet of Virtual Sachlichkeit: Part III (Xlibris, 2006.08.09).
A Quondam Banquet of Virtual Sachlichkeit further regards symbolism in architecture and how it is ultimately ignored. Part III, with texts written between 12 October 1994 and 21 March 2006, comprises "Pears Helene," "The Speeches," "Dried Fruit and Nuts," "Australian Port and a Cigarette," "The Ride Home" and "Plop Plop Fizz Fizz." This volume begins with, "I still sense that the notion of a discernible and often strong relationship between reenactment and design is not deemed important enough to be given serious recognition by those that have at least been introduced to the concept," and ends with, "Maybe some architecture courses should be taught by blind people."
JDS Architects, Logistic City (2006).
Herzog and de Meuron, Tate Modern: Phase 2 (London: initial scheme, 2006).
CoopHimme[l]bau, Museum La Rčunion (St. Paul, France: 2006).
Herzog and de Meuron, Parrish Art Museum (Southampton, NY: initial scheme, 2006.07.21). 3703b