Architecture Archives

February 5, 2007

A brick pit.

Now who says we haven't benifited from Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome?

March 5, 2007

Popout balcony.

Simplicity wins again.

June 13, 2007

A zero emission home from the kind folks in the UK.

I wish there was more information. Looks cool.

June 17, 2007

What to do with Governors Island.

A slide-show presentation spectacular.

June 18, 2007

Narcotecture in Afghanistan.

From the newest, most kick-assinest magazine.

June 21, 2007

The Guggenheim needs a little botox.

Quick! Have Edward Tufte glue on some of his yard art until a permanent fix can be found.

July 2, 2007

Dwell House.

July 8, 2007

The new seven wonders of the world.

We're gonna need new snowglobes.

July 14, 2007

Perfect high street.

Note, Monocle is starting to publish more online. Superb job Mr. Hill!

October 18, 2007

Frank Lloyd Lite?

Not a big fan of this collection of work. Maybe the water dome will pull it together.

November 29, 2007

America's favorite architecture.

Fantastic website, despite the coverflow crap.

January 31, 2008

Delta Shelter.


February 1, 2008

One-hundred-and-one of the worlds most exciting new architects.

Note the navigation arrows that get you around the surface of the presentation. Nifty.

February 4, 2008

Midcentury Storefront Design 1938-1950.

Love, love, love it. Sold.

April 7, 2008

Getting the Golden Gate Strait.

Wow, I'm gonna have to have this book.

April 9, 2008

Open Architecture Network.

I hope this works as well as it looks.

June 14, 2008

Construction photos of the China Central Television Tower.

" isn't just the leaning tower aspect that is intriguing, it's the balancing of the whole middle section in the middle of thin air that is also jaw dropping."

June 17, 2008

"I was thinking that maybe there could be a game or a scavenger hunt embedded in the apartment — that was the beginning"

Noted for when I build a house. Stu, take notes please.

September 28, 2008

Alaskan Way is in the way.

It's yucky.

December 17, 2008

Curbed goes to Moscow.

"The powers that be couldn't build this as a transit hub in downtown Manhattan, so they built it as a Mercedes dealership in Moscow. Makes sense."

April 14, 2009

England in a box.

A Monocle essay on architecture of the Falkland Islands.

October 2, 2009

What becomes of Olympic stadiums?

Not exactly the best multi-use architecture.

December 21, 2009

41 Cooper Square.

New York, you are a lucky duck.

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