2 June

paint-chip plan at usr/museum
1996.06.02     2252 2266 3120z 3123m 3123n 3730

contiguous elements
1996.06.02     e2632 e2745 e2905

Hadrian, Plotina, and Paulina Domitia, etc.
1998.06.02     e2543 e2566 e2567 e2706 e2749 e2905 e2908 e2922 e2931 e2965 e3009 e3016 e3051 e3084 e3102 3792c 5027 5398f

Signs of SagaCity
2000.06.02     5300e

notes on Imperials
2001.06.02

Re: Mystery Art Book
2004.06.02 10:45     3777e 5904e

Re: the Edifice Complex
2005.06.02 17:59     3745y 3774b 4013x 4014z

Kubrick, 2001 & 9-11
2005.06.02 13:15     3702c 3715b 3770k

Archinect Book Club?
2007.06.02 09:51     3335p

Archinect @ Postopolis!
2007.06.02 16:10     3335p

2 June
2014.06.02 18:47     3308v 3741e

“Technology is a cruel tool" -Peter Eisenman
2016.06.02 10:37     3314g

Fuck the White Gods
2018.06.02 13:01     3316p
2018.06.02 13:58     3316q
2018.06.02 23:09     3316r


Peter Zumthor   Zinc Mine Museum Project   Sauda   Norway



2005.06.02 17:59
Re: the Edifice Complex
Maybe one aspect of the problem is that "creative context" is not just necessarily geographically based, meaning, an artist's context does not just necessarily mean the location within which the artists creates. Just because Gehry was in contact with other artists at Venice Beach, does that automatically mean that the work of these artists influenced Gehry's architecture? Again, not necessarily.
I do think creative context is at least often enough chronologically based. What else was going on around the world 1962-78? For example, what were the Progressive Architecture Design Awards like during those years?
I know I've seen working drawings of the chain link fence at Venturi & Rauch's Guild House (1960-66). Were these drawings published where other architects could see them back then? The earliest use of chain link fence by Gehry (that I can find) is at Santa Monica Place (1972-74). Interestingly, the big sign of Santa Monica Place evokes the Venturi & Rauch 1000 Oaks Civic Center competition design (1969) which was (at least) published in Learning from Las Vegas (1972). I wonder if any of these architects know that Karl F. Schinkel designed at Schloss Glienicke, Berlin (c. 1830?) what may be the first chain link fence ever.

2005.06.02 13:15
Kubrick, 2001 & 9-11
So the Lunar Monolith reenacts a Miesian slab and God as well?
I wonder how differently humanity would be thinking about architecture these days if the Great Pyramid was still like brand new. Blinded by the light, maybe?

09060201 IQ08 Berlin Wave Lustgarten model   2334i02   b   c
09060202 IQ08 Offices for the Neue Packhof model   2122i03   b
09060203 IQ08 Wallraf-Richartz Museum model   2227i07   b


11060201 Eclectic Houses with domestic elevations   223ai03

2014.06.02 18:47
2 June
Lotus International 22
GA Document 7
El Croqius 67


16060201   Peter Zumthor   Zinc Mine Museum Project   Sauda   Norway


18060201 Olivetti Headquarters Milton Keynes plan   2216i15




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