Learning from… Great brickwork in Williamsburg. I wish I knew what this was originally. (at Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
Paul Rudolph, drawing of Barcelona Pavilion (1986). “Circulation and reflection from walls.”
Paul Rudolph, drawing of the Barcelona Pavilion (1986). “Circulation and cones of vision.”
Paul Rudolph, drawing of the Barcelona Pavilion (1986). “Circular flow of space at ends of panels.” #minimalism
Brick billboards are almost all right.
#OfficeUS facade and conference room.
Russian pavilion killed it with a super fun and educational installation. (at Giardini)
A parliament of parliaments at the Austrian pavilion. (at Giardini)
Polish pavilion. “Architecture can create impossible objects.” (at Giardini)
The fundamentals of architecture? (at La Biennale di Venezia)
at Venetian Arsenal
Projected cityscapes in the Egyptian pavilion. (at Giardini)
Sometimes Fumiko Maki’s WTC 4 just disappears.
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.