7 November

1499 Martin Chambiges was invited to attend consultations in Paris concerning the reconstruction of the Pont Notre Dame

1854 death of Peter von Nobile
1878 death of Frederick Pepys Cockerell

Re: Colin Rowe
1999.11.07 13:08     2678 3236

Encyclopedia Ichnographica
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Baroque Intuition?
2000.11.07 09:07     3212 3749c 5318

Re: two for the road
2000.11.07 10:20     3155b 3228d 3232b 3749c 3770d 4500c

dance of shiva
2000.11.07 14:42     4402e 4403f

2000.11.07     4500c

Re: on Charlie Rose tonight
2002.11.07 12:35     4600d

Miralles and Pinos
2003.11.07 15:36     2198

New MVRDV high Rise in Copenhagen
2008.11.07 13:37     3749p 3770w 3899c

Quondam's Fifteenth Anniversary
2011.11.07 10:25     3728j 4711f

7 November
2013.11.07 18:20     3305v mp6606n

Reinier de Graaf: "The western architectural ivory tower has become a theatre of the absurd"
2015.11.07 12:30     3706g 3754e
2015.11.07 13:37     3706g

1-star Amazon reviews of famous architecture texts
2015.11.07 08:39     3313e
2015.11.07 12:48     3313e 4600s

2000.11.07 10:20
Re: two for the road
I like what you say about not recalling "another film that, structurally, collages space and time in that particular way." Two for the Road does indeed collage space and time, but I was never sure how unique its particular method of cinematically doing so might be. In any case, it's worth noting that the collage here very effectively relates a narrative, specifically a 'modern' life narrative. Is the film's "collage of space and time" a (romantic) reflection (i.e., mirror) of modern life itself?
Could it be that the age old narrative journey motif's (Homeric epic) modern replacement is the narrative 'vehicle' motif?

Paul wrote:
How does evolution work? My understanding is that it requires a mutant, an individual who diverges from the norm, who may adapt more advantageously to conditions and producing progeny with new characteristics. This is evolutionary change. The system doesn't mutate. It is INDIVIDUALS who are mutants.
Steve adds:
This is very interesting, and I like the conciseness. Germane to the ('beginnings' of) the Baroque, it makes me think of Martin Luther as very much a mutant/mutinous Roman Catholic. Besides his 95 theses, Luther also thereafter translated the New Testament and then the Old Testament into German for the first time--the Bible linguistically mutated, if you will.

2008.11.07 13:37
New MVRDV high Rise in Copenhagen

School of Intemperate Cantileverage

Home Depot Home Kit?

11110701 Contemporary architecture plans   2166i23 2170i22

14110701 NNTC/Parkway model work
14110702 mesh surface wireframe cleanup
14110703 Casa Collage 001 plan redraw started scan plan
14110704 Commerce Square model for CC Philadelphia model
14110705 Villa dall'Ava model work started
14110706 Wall House 2 model rotated worm's eye axonometric
14110707 Library 2 kit of parts model work

15110701   Philadelphia IQ2-5-6 Girard East Housing Francisvill Housing plans   223di02   b




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