17 July

1627 death of Lieven de Key

1955 Disneyland opens

UNEP Headquarters
1998.07.17     2235b

Honorius, Flavius
1998.07.17     e2548 e2708 e2743 e2749 e2917 e2967 e3067

Sep. Honorij Imp.
1998.07.17     e2967

Meta Romuli
1998.07.17     e2589b e2718 e2794 e2902 e2965

Romulus
1998.07.17     e2557 e2582 e2776 e2909 e2914 e3043 e3044 e3048 e3053 e3078

Re: 3 things architecture (websites) should do
2000.07.17 11:44     3148 3730d
2000.07.17 15:01     3148 3705f 3730d 3765

Re: Saturday
2001.07.17 14:01     4010i
2001.07.17 17:41     4010i
2001.07.17 19:29     3939

virtual museum commentary
2001.07.17     3148 3704b 3705g 3724b 3730e

The Semiology of God
2005.07.17 16:24     2070 8210o
2005.07.17 17:22     8210o
2005.07.17 18:24     8210o

Ottopia perspectives
2006.07.17     2349 3778b 3900l

Verb: Featured Discussion
2007.07.17 10:08     3335h 3705m

on aesthetics
2007.07.17 10:32     3204w 3335g 3705m 3730h 3765d 7802d
2007.07.17 11:14     3204w 3335g
2007.07.17 11:38     3204w 3335g
2007.07.17 12:07     3148 3204w 3335g 3705m 3765d
2007.07.17 12:41     3335f 3765d
2007.07.17 14:12     3204u 3335f

Sarcastic Architecture
2007.07.17 10:38     3204w 3335g

Le Corbusier plans, etc.
2007.07.17     3142d 3703b 3720c 3789d 7707

appositional play
2007.07.17     2380

koolhaas' Junkspace
2012.07.17 12:21     3330n
2012.07.17 14:20     3330n 3747k 3768e 3787f
2012.07.17 17:06     3330n 3736v 3768e

Is there a good reason for using curves?
2012.07.17 12:38     3330n

17 July
2013.07.17 20:44     3303y 3791l

17 July
2015.07.17 11:43     3311k 3794e


Barozzi Veiga   Archetypes   Venice



2000.07.17 11:44
3 things architecture (websites) should do
...the question is: how can quondam (as a museum of architecture) be something that a real museum of architecture cannot be?


2000.07.17 15:01
Re: 3 things architecture (websites) should do
I'm interested in provideing a place for content, especially content that can't be gotten anywhere else. The look is incidental, and changes at my discretion.


040717a Gooding House facade model     c
040717b Good-Bye House model perspective   2345i02


07071701 Le Corbusier plans   2140i05

2012.07.17 14:20
koolhaas' Junkspace
...your answer is a masturbatory game itself, and has nothing to do with the foundations of Post-Modern Architecture.
Here's one better answer, from a lecture given by Robert Stern, February 18, 1975:
"...Diversity, heterogeneity, even eclecticism can now be spoken as the watchwords of post-modern architecture.
A confluence of events seems to mark this movement from the exclusionist neoclassicism of the late 1950s--still with us today in the work of such firms as Skidmore, Owings & Merrill--to the more inclusive, contextual, sometimes even ad-hoc work of the Venturis, Charles Moore, Aldo Giurgola, and their followers, among whom I number myself.
The so-called post-modern architecture of this group is now coming into its own style--or at least as an attitude, shedding its negative, anti-establishment tone and growing self-confident with its point of view. While not exactly a new establishment, it can be claimed to be, for the moment at least, a kind of institutionalized counterculture.
Before attempting to explain post-modern architecture I would like to make clear that the term post-modern is, in my mind at least, not a proper critical or art historical term at all but simply a convenient description for an attitude which I believe to be emerging and valid. This attitude can be described as cultural and historical inclusiveness; and as such it opens up for discussion the fundamental tenets of what for fifty years or more has been regarded as the Modern Movement in architecture."
Your answer is probably better aimed at what Peter Eisenman, in 1975, labeled as his position--"post-functionalism" See the opening of Stern's 1981 "Notes on Post-Modernism" for the full story.

2012.07.17 17:06
koolhaas' Junkspace
Again from Stern's "Notes on Post-Modernism"...
By post-modern, I believe Eisenman really meant anti-Modern Movement; moreover, I think he hoped it might also be against the Western humanist tradition. But as I hope to demonstrate, and as I see it, the term postmodern really describes a condition that comes after and is in reaction to the Modern Movement, and attempts to effect a synthesis between it and other strains of the Western humanist tradition.
If you look at the architecture that subsequently became the foundation of Post-Modern Architecture, you indeed do see a synthesis between the Modern Movement and other (older and/or concurrent) strains of the Western humanist tradition.
Conversely, Junkspace is not a synthesis, but rather a by-product, an undesigned residue paradoxically emanating from our ever-expanding (overly?) designed built environment. Junkspace is there although no one specifically designed it, yet it might not be there so much if designers weren't so intent on designing everything[?].

13071701 mesh surfaces clean wireframe cubed   2403i08
13071702 Almost Semiquincentennial House working models   2426i01   b
13071703 Almost Semiquincentennial House plan model persectives   2426i02


15071701 Market Street East Development Dresdner Bank legacy Pantheon Paradigm plans   2263i06
15071702 Market Street East Development Dresdner Bank legacy Pantheon Paradigm existing buildings plans models   2263i07


15071701   Barozzi Veiga   Archetypes   Venice


18071701 Palace of Versailles and Park working plans image   2092i34
18071702 Great Pyramids Temple of Horus AEG Turbine Factory Electronic Calculation Center Olivetti Olivetti Headquarters Milton Keynes Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Casa da Musica GAUA plans   2060i21
18071703 REMs perspectives from 000105d   2470i18

19071701 Palazzo Riccardi plans section elevation   2480i30
19071702 Hameau de le Reine site plan plans section elevation   2480i31
19071703 Cologne Cathedral plans section elevation   2480i32
19071704 San Spirito plans section elevation   2480i33
19071705 Great Stupa plans section elevation   2480i34




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