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New Haven Architecture

12 Nov 2012 / 0 Comments / in Architecture, Photography

I planned a class trip to New Haven to see some of the more well know architecture.

Attached are:

David S. Ingalis Hockey Rink

Ezra Stiles College

Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

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08 Oct 2012 / 0 Comments / in Architecture

Joint (I think ) is an installation that was done by MIT architecture students during the summer. It uses the latest software and fabrication techniques. Just when you can’t think of new ways to use tradition wood joints for contemporary architectural forms there’s joint. Interesting how it has aged over the last 2 months.

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Bento Express Boston

01 Oct 2012 / 0 Comments / in Architecture, Photography

Bento Express Boston’s new reopening. There’s a scripted folded screen that was generated parametrically such that each piece within the partition is unique. Project by Grant Scott and Catherine Winfield

Perseids Meteor Shower in Sonoma

12 Aug 2012 / 0 Comments / in Photography, Pix a Day

a 95 mile drive out of the city to somewhere without fog and lights. Its really that far for People living in San Francisco.  But I guess I ended up seeing something.

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三里屯 SANLITUN – Beijing – Kengo Kuma Associate Architects

While Kuma San never really talk about his urban design projects, I find them fairly interesting. They are not the most innovative designs, but he is convincing. For some reason, he was able to create a mall that’s not indoors. And this is difficult because its fairly hot in the summer in Beijing, and many contemporary malls in China are indoors, and lacks any relationships with its site. Additionally, there’s enough program and circulation on the site such that it is very friendly to a street audience. Its relatively active all hours of the day, and in a way, I think its successful in a city that doesn’t have a lot of enjoyable public spaces.

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07 Apr 2012 / 0 Comments / in Architecture

Craig Boney’ made this sweet statue. He had it in his head for a while and said one day he just felt like making it. Well, here it is. Sadly, it has to come down in a few day. The Details in this thing is amazingly simple but the effect is so dramatic. I’m surprised “ONE MAN” made this.

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Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

31 Mar 2012 / 0 Comments / in Architecture

Mies Van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion

<From Wiki>

Mies was offered the commission of this building in 1928 after his successful administration of the 1927 Werkbund exhibition in Stuttgart. The German Republic entrusted Mies with the artistic management and erection of not only the Barcelona Pavilion, but for the buildings for all the German sections at the 1929 Universal Exhibition. However, Mies had severe time constraints—he had to design the Barcelona Pavilion in less than a year—and was also dealing with uncertain economic conditions.

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Reach: Freelon Group MIT Gallery

19 Feb 2012 / 0 Comments / in Architecture

REACH : FREELON GROUP’s installation of built projects exhibited at MIT WOLK gallery.

Digital Valentines Day Gift

15 Feb 2012 / 2 Comments / in Photography

To D (My Valentine):

Valentines is hard for me, because D is on the other side of the US. We have never spent valentines day together. So this year my present for her is in the form of something digital. This year, I been learning a bit about Blurred Bokeh. I wanted to create a Digital Valentines Day Gift. Creating something that comes from the hear without the reference to materialism (ie rose and chocolates)

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Terry Knight – Shape Grammers

07 Feb 2012 / 0 Comments / in Photography

Documentation  photography for Terry Knight’s Shape Grammar Course.