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post #1426 of 3550
Thanks for the link. I don't really share Ron's aesthetic, but I do respect it.
post #1427 of 3550
LeCorbusier
Immeuble Molitor
Paris, France
1931-1934


2034

2083

2903

2105

2063

2301

2408

3500

3500

5208

2306
post #1428 of 3550
Wow that house needs a renovation, a shame they haven't kept in good nick.
post #1429 of 3550
really? seems to have aged pretty damn well for an 80 year old house
post #1430 of 3550
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

Peter Kunz
Oberes Alpgut Housing
Winterthur, Germany
2008

#1
2303
2303
4503
4053
2603
2033
2003
2596
2406
2033
2303
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2303
2303
2003
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2033
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This building makes me (more) psychotic.
post #1431 of 3550
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

LeCorbusier
Immeuble Molitor
Paris, France
1931-1934

2034
2083
2903
2105
2063
2301
2408
3500
3500
5208
2306

Too austere.
post #1432 of 3550
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

Hans-Jörg Ruch
Chesa Andrea
Madulain, Switzerland
1999

4094
2690
3950
4928
4966
3950
3509
3497
3948
3048

Great acoustics for yodeling.
post #1433 of 3550
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Originally Posted by Scott Disick View Post

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I hope that it is never built.
post #1434 of 3550
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

I've seen enough white boxes lately, so I'm gonna start posting older buildings for a while. I've been more interested in Pre-Renaissance Christian, Orthodox, Byzantine, Far Eastern and Islamic architecture recently, as well as early modernist projects with an emphasis on oddities, ornament, and intricate details (Arts & Craft, Prairie Style, etc.), so I'd gonna spam this thread with that stuff instead.
Siena Cathedral
Siena, Italy
13th Century

1033
1033
1033
1033
1033
1033
1033
1033

That's magnificent. I actually visited it inthe 80s. I'm going back.
post #1435 of 3550
Stop quoting the images, you fucking dweeb.
post #1436 of 3550
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Originally Posted by Mr Herbert View Post

really? seems to have aged pretty damn well for an 80 year old house

Not even close see the upstairs tilted window, shower etc. I see buildings from the 1700's every in mint condition, so 80 years should be an issue.



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I hope that it is never built.

Haven't they broke ground on it?
post #1437 of 3550

as good as place as any

 

netflix

the modernism of julius shulman

 

I enjoyed it, I have a book of his photos

moderism rediscovered

post #1438 of 3550
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Not even close see the upstairs tilted window, shower etc. I see buildings from the 1700's every in mint condition, so 80 years should be an issue.
Haven't they broke ground on it?

It's almost entirely framed. I think it's actually a pretty tasteful tower above the skyline. It has a very slender volume. The design of the facades at street level look pretty uninspired though. Either way, it's still better than anything over by the High Line and Chelsea, which is the other area featuring a prominent selection of ugly new condo towers.

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post #1439 of 3550
Bet we'll be seeing it on one of those "Selling New York" shows
post #1440 of 3550
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