A drawing of Marcel Breuer’s design for an FDR memorial in DC.
Marcel Breuer’s design for an FDR memorial in DC called for 73-ft-high (!) pinwheeling granite slabs around a hovering cube of black granite engraved with FDR’s face, and speakers quietly replaying his most memorable speeches.
Saw a surprising number of works referencing Mondrian’s Broadway Boogie-Woogie at the Armory Show. (at The Armory Show)
A candid shot of Paul Rudolph looking amused at the efforts of his students. This was taken in 1962 when the #Yale School of #Architecture was in Louis Kahn’s art gallery extension. Original photo by Elliot Erwitt.
"My characters aren’t losers. They’re rebels. They win by their refusal to play by everyone else’s rules."
"He who lives by the style, dies by the style."