Category Archives: Architecture

Pixel Museum Teaser

    The Pixel Art Museum will be presented very soon on this blog, but until then I would like to share something interesting.  While working on the  museum renders I discovered that I was able to save the image … Continue reading

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Old in the New: The Innovation/Tradition Duality of Le Corbusier

Vitruvian Man Vs. Modern Man (Da Vinci and Le Corbusier) The common story about Modern architecture was that it was a complete break from the past. Certain new avant-garde art movements combined with new ways of building created the emergence … Continue reading

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Tethered Magic Carpets: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Flotation/ Grounding Duality

Heurtley House by Frank LLoyd Wright. 1902 (Photo:Argitect) “Simplicity and repose are the qualities that measure the true value of any work of art.” Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd Wright was a master architect because he embraced the duality of … Continue reading

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Growing Wings

Ste Chapelle: My personal favorite Gothic space floats gracefully. Architects have one major foe they tend to fight, even if at the same time they embrace because of the level of comfort it brings them: this foe is gravity, and … Continue reading

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The Reverse Aquarium

Farnsworth House Collages by Argitect (2001) In an urban environment such as the Chicago Federal Center by Mies Van Der Rohe, we see the architecture primarily frames the sculpture in the plaza. The sculpture is a contrasting vitality. This is … Continue reading

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