Horace Trumbauer, Whitemarsh Hall (Wyndmoor, PA: under construction, 1917.02.07).
another space and time
...a schematic plan of Whitemarsh Hall, the quondam "American Versailles." Just above the Grand Ballroom is the second floor plan of my own house (at the same scale), which would have fit quite easily within the Grand Ballroom. It turns out the footprint of my house isn't all that much larger than the "Great Isfahan".
030207a Ichnographia Quondam study
fuzzy vs. fussy
Is there an architecture of fuzzy logic? And is there an architecture of fussy logic? Is there something fuzzy about what Robertson said and is there something fussy about what Sink said? Could I make an argument as to the distinction in just the books I've been reading lately?
John James Audubon
Architecture in Words: theater, language and the sensuous space of architecture
Archeticture: ecstasies of space, time and the human body
Leon Battista Alberti's Hypnerotomachia Poliphili.
15020701 Wall House 2 model opaque colors corrected
15020702 Wall House 2 Gooding House elevations comparison
15020703 Wall House 2 model without wall
15020704 Wall House 2 Maison l'Homme plans elevations
15020705 Maison l'Homme model opaque colors corrected
15020701 OMA Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
18020701 Guggenheim Museum plan model
18020702 Farnsworth House model opaque with furniture
18020703 Farnsworth House model opaque
20020701 iq61 Versailles overlay plan 2413i64
20020702 iq61 Domestic Museum plans 2477i09