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post #1576 of 2974
I like these in the same way I like mimetic architecture. If you want to do it wrong, do it right.

The crumbling one is especially good.
post #1577 of 2974
In case you can't get enough crappy architecture in your life:

http://www.kunstler.com/eyesore.html

This month's worthy entry:

post #1578 of 2974

That's what you get when you fire your first two architects.

 

lefty

post #1579 of 2974
I see what they were going for, but think it was done better here:

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post #1580 of 2974
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That's what you get when you fire your first two architects.

lefty

This is solid.
post #1581 of 2974
It took only 10 years to renovate and rejuvenate one of Amsterdam's main museums, the Rijksmuseum, and now we get a look:













post #1582 of 2974
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It took only 10 years to renovate and rejuvenate one of Amsterdam's main museums, the Rijksmuseum, and now we get a look:
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That looks fucking brilliant.
post #1583 of 2974
Agreed- Now I want to go back. We were there about five years when it was condensed. Is it now fully open?
post #1584 of 2974
9 Days to go.


You should really see it again if not for the art, then for the building. (And for the other museums in Amsterdam of course.)

They broke out the three stories that they had foolishly build in the atrium and turned it into the entrance/reception.
So much light.









post #1585 of 2974
Hope to get there - loved Amsterdam for the museums and just sitting at the cafe's an people watching...
post #1586 of 2974
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Originally Posted by Laurens View Post

It took only 10 years to renovate and rejuvenate one of Amsterdam's main museums, the Rijksmuseum, and now we get a look:














Wow I went there years ago a couple of times and I remember it being awesome but dingy inside.
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post #1588 of 2974
This thread has an underbelly you wouldn't expect for such a topic. I'll keep lurking.
post #1589 of 2974

Locked behind a paywall...
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Edited by Find Finn - 4/7/13 at 7:48am
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