7 April

1780 inaguration of the great theatre of Bordeaux by Louis Nicolas Victor Louis
1781 birth of Sir Francis Legatt Chantry

1803 John Lendthall appointed clerk of works at the Capitol in Washington, under Benjamin Latrobe
1824 birth of Edmond Jean Baptiste Théodor René Joly
1834 birth of A. B. Mullett
1898 death of Charles Yriarte

model projects
1997.04.07     3141j 3600b 4000

Serbia circa 272 AD
1999.04.07 08:58    

Re: AAD/contemporary sciences
2000.04.07 13:33     3749c

2000.04.07 13:22     4402e
2000.04.07 20:35     4402e 4403f

Re: GGBW/a saine house
2000.04.07 13:43     3749c 5031

Re: art as architecture as art
2002.04.07 16:28     4000c

The Urausstellung
2003.04.07 16:28     4403h

Re: bilocation -- opening odds of Ottopia
2004.04.07 08:24     2092

"The Pope's Funeral and Ichnographia Romaphilia"
2005.04.07 10:35     2348 6100b

Arch. in Critical Condition
2009.04.07     4701

IQ ideas
2009.04.07     2278 2392 3900m 6100c

museum collecting
2009.04.07     2092 2156 2166 2266 2277 2279 2289 2306 2323 2369 2381 2386 2392 2393 3705o 3730j 6100c 7801d

Dissertation Topic
2014.04.07 09:59     3899d

Istanbul's new ultra-minimal Apple Store showcases a seamess glass box protruding from the ground
2014.04.07 10:13

Panel rejects design for Eisenhower Memorial
2014.04.07 18:00     3247g 3728j

2000.04.07 13:33
Re: AAD/contemporary sciences
...have you ever considered the fact that most of what we see in the sky at night really doesn't even exist at this particular moment anymore?
For example, when astronomers recently discovered planets around a star 40 light years away from Earth, the real truth is that they discovered planets that existed 40 years ago. Granted, chances are that those planets (if that's what was really found) exist right now as well, but we on Earth really won't be certain of that until 40 years from now.

2000.04.07 13:22
My theory is that human imagination operates in the same fashion that the human body operates. The study of corporal operations is called physiologies, and human physiologies comprise fertility, embryonic development, assimilation, metabolism, osmosis, electromagnetism to name the most predominant and those concentrated within specific corporal organs/locations. I theorize that human imagination comprises the same physiologies.

2000.04.07 20:35
Again, where is the logic that our brain operates differently then the rest of the body? For example, if the liver can metabolize, and the skin can metabolize, and the intestines can assimilate, and the kidney and the lungs can osmosify, and indeed every cell can osmosify, then why is it such a leap to imagine that the brain can metabolize, assimilate, osomsify (etc.) as well?

2000.04.07 13:43
Re: GGBW/a saine house
...'theming' (theme-ing), the same thing that casino, hotel, resort, and mechandizing designers do all the time.
Theming is not the same thing as reenactment, but there is definitely a relation between the two.

030407a 5233 Arbor Street dining room model   2166i06
030407b 5233 Arbor Street plans   2166i07
030407c 5233 Arbor Street plans   2166i08

040407a Whitemarsh Hall Horti Valeriani 5233 Arbor Street Wall House 2 Villa Rotunda plans   2166i18 2166i18a

2014.04.07 09:59
Dissertation Topic
Well Designed Limits =/? Architecture
optional subtitle: So the answer, so the question

2014.04.07 10:13
Istanbul's new ultra-minimal Apple Store showcases a seamess glass box protruding from the ground

"I heard their next project is a Garden of Eden on Uranus. Then again, I also heard some designers think it's about time for a Visible Panty Line revival."

2014.04.07 18:00
Panel rejects design for Eisenhower Memorial
Susan Eisenhower's June 20, 2013 statement, "Lastly he [Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission Chairman Rocco Siciliano] repeated again that my brother, David, had voted for the Gehry design, when in fact David supported the concept of another architect." really is provocative, and perhaps even ambiguous. It could mean that at the time when different architect's designs were being voted on that David did not vote for Gehry's design, but after Gehry's design was chosen, he then went along with the Commission's decision. In any case, I don't think that Susan is all out telling an untruth.
I find this also provocative: "Mr. Gehry told my sister and me last year that the metal scrims are a non-negotiable part of the memorial design – the element that makes this a Gehry." Did Susan and her sister then think, "What does he think this is then, a Gehry Memorial?"
If Gehry really said that, then that's what is most likely this Memorial's biggest design mistake.

16040701   Villa Plus Ultra plan model site plan 2200x1100 Ury IQ61   2398i07   b
16040702   Villa + 15 plan model site plan 2200x1100 Ury IQ61   2409i07   b
16040703   Villa + 15 plan model site plan 2200x1100 Campo Rovine IQ57   2409i08   b
16040704   Mesh Surface City Blocks site plan 4400x2200 IQ24   240ai06




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