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Sunday, May 6th, 2007


Honk Kong 01.2003

Church Rooftop in St. Gallen

Sunday, May 6th, 2007


taken 12.2006

Ennis House Crumbling

Sunday, May 6th, 2007


taken Los Angeles 12.2006


Wednesday, May 17th, 2006

OMA amputates it’s New York office - see New York Times for the full article. Reading the article, you sense a fairly deep conflict with former OMANY’s director, JP-R He speaks of being a true collaborator and not being interested in authorship - yet wants to split from OMA to work under his own name.

Videos - oma +

Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

LINK to video of OMA’s Design Museum Plaza in Louisville, Kentucky


And a couple other totally unrelated videos @ YouTube
>>if you haven’t seen the crazy dog yet, here it is. bizarre.
>>the most rubbery kid in what looks to be a high-school competition. he appears halfway through the vid…and is worth the wait.


Monday, March 13th, 2006

The Buckmister Fuller Institute pays homage online with a fairly comprehensive catalogue of works - and newer derivatives.

foster slivers (slithers?) next to mies

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

Foster’s new proposal for a tower adjacent to Mies’s Seagrams Building

New New Orleans

Saturday, February 11th, 2006

New Urbanism heads to New Orleans.

Blueprint publishes Oliver and Zak

Thursday, January 26th, 2006

DLM, Oliver Domeisen’s architectural practice and Zak Group, Zak Kyes’s graphic studio have been published in the February issue of Blueprint Magazine- out now. Profiled are the recent Bodymetrics pods installed in the Bon Marche in Paris and now in Selfridges, London as well. If you want to pay 250 for a pair of jeans - go get scanned - if you want to check out the architecture and graphics - walk by for a browse on your way to the shoe department at Selfridges on the 2nd floor. Sales are over though….


Sunday, November 20th, 2005 is basically another black hole of free time. Like Google Earth you’ll end up spending hours playing with the site - tracking new, existing, ugly, and enormous towers around the world. The site is incredibly comprehensive and allows you to sort by city, country, date of completion, size, architect, etc.

Stirling prize 2005

Monday, October 17th, 2005

The Scottish Parliament building by Miralles (now known as EMBT) was announced on Saturday as this year’s winner of the Stirling Prize.


“The Scottish Parliament building at Holyrood has been declared the winner of one of the most prestigious architecture awards in the world. The tenth anniversary RIBA Stirling Prize Award was presented to representatives from the joint architecture partnership which designed the building, EMBT/RMJM, at an official awards ceremony in the Museum of Scotland on Saturday. After the event, Presiding Officer George Reid said: “The Stirling Prize confirms the Scottish Parliament as Britain’s most important new building. The judges have decided that Holyrood is not just a working legislature but a work of art.” It is the first time in the award’s ten year history that a building in Scotland has won the prize.”

Open House London

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

London’s Open House will take place this Saturday and Sunday (17th & 18th) and is a great opportunity to see buildings and spaces normally closed to the public. The full list of buildings can be found here and some may need to be pre-booked as they tend to fill up really quickly. Every year the Bank of England queue’s tend to wind around several blocks - and I remember when Foster’s Swiss Re building had an open house it drew a crowd of thousands.