7 August

chronosomatics
1995.08.07     3784

parking garages @ Parkway Interpolation
1997.08.07     2278

Eutropian Bonding
2000.08.07     3815 3899w

Ludi Ichnographici
2001.08.07     3782

architectural otherness
2001.08.07     3709j

Re: Colors of the season
2003.08.07 13:08     3767b 3770h 3775g

Re: Bib. for Cyrillona’s Mariology?
2003.08.07 17:20     3728f

"How Did This Happen Revisited"
2005.08.07 13:55     3811v

Brideshead Revisited
2005.08.07 14:22     3811v

Symmetrical Confinement
2006.08.07

spreading like a virus... (discuss)
2007.08.07 18:14     3334z 3775m 3786l

The depression of the reality of architecture
2008.08.07 08:13     3333i

I smell a Vorläufer
2008.08.07 08:44     3333i 3713f 3728i 3743k 3770u 3773h 3794c 3775n

Learning from Learning from Las Vegas (again)
2013.08.07 12:10     4015p

The End of History?
2015.08.07 14:29     3312 3775aa 3794e

SANAA   Tsuruoka Cultural Hall   Japan

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2003.08.07 13:08
Re: Colors of the season
The last time I purposefully read anything on color (almost 10 years ago) was John Shearman, "The Functions of Michelangelo's Color" in The Sistine Chapel: A Glorious Restoration (New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1994).
An arbitrary quotation from p. 88:
"Michelangelo's restless experimentation produces much inconsistency."

2007.08.07 18:14
spreading like a virus... (discuss)
Both of the early New Harmony settlements were failures. And the second, under Robert Owen, was not exactly comprised by like minded individuals--there was definitely a class disparity.
One of the people that went to New Harmony with Owen was Hannah Fisher Price, and I happen to now live exactly where Hannah lived just before she went to New Harmony. After a couple of years at New Harmony, Hannah and her family moved to Cincinnati.
I'm finding the suburbs fascinating, and the ones around here are gorgeous.

07080701 Villa Stein des Monzie perspectives elevations   2150i05

2008.08.07 08:44
I smell a Vorläufer
"The errors that Robert Adam detected in Palladio's drawings for the reconstruction of the 'Baths', published in 1730 as Fabbriche antiche disegate da Andrea Palladio, encouraged a dismissive attitude to Palladio and led him to question the accuracy of the renaissance as a reliable recorder of classical architecture. It became easy for the brothers to delude themselves into thinking that they alone possessed a deep insight into the antique and had the knowledge necessary to correct the errors of renaissance draughtsmen. But such an arrogant stance was more a public one, which did not stand in the way of their serious study of the renaissance or their need to borrow directly from it, from time to time. The enormous variety found there appealed to them as much as the inventive classicism of the antique."
--Tait
Just as an aside, Fabbriche antiche disegate da Andrea Palladio was used in the formation of Roma Interrotta Sector VI.
Authorship Architects: A Work in Progress
1. Piranesi
2. Piranesi
3. Piranesi
4. Adam & Adam
5. Durand
6. Durand
7. Seroux d'Agincourt
8. Schinkel
9. Schinkel
Coda: Hejduk

13080701 Acadia National Park Headquarters Building building site model opaque off   2204i12   b   c
13080702 Acadia National Park Headquarters Building site/roof plan elevations plans   2204i13


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19080701 ICM plans orthagonal   2110i168
19080702 Theater of Marcellus plan elevation section nts   2480i59
19080703 Château de Chambord plan corrected   207fi04




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