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Very interesting interview from over 50 years ago, which covers many topics of that period in America. Also interesting to see how Mike Wallace sort of attacks FLW on most the questions, and hints at the fact FLW was a communist of some sort. Some things never change…

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Buamai - Spring Cleaning

Some of you may already know, but we have been developing and maintaining a little image blog/community called Buamai since late 2008. We recently did a little spring cleaning on the code and layout of the site, making for a much easier and quicker experience when searching and browsing for images. Also, be sure to […]

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Michael James Armstrong

I’ve really been enjoying the work of Mr. Armstrong lately. He does all kinds of wonderful large scale art deco architectural wonders using a variety of media & techniques.

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Nice blog post on Louis Kahn and design by committee. “If you get direction from a committee”, Kahn once advised corporate leaders about design, “I am positive the product will be less, the expression will be less. If it can be in an individual, it will have such resources that a committee meeting many, many […]

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Julius Shulman

Visual Acoustics is a documentary film about the Modernist photograher, Julius Shulman. Once you have seen his images, they will be engrained in your head forever. He has a wonderful gift to be able to capture a building’s personality and setting a tone. If you have never seen this book, it is a luxury worth […]

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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Death Star

Thirty years ago, American film audiences pressed low in their seats as a massive white wedge of machine parts passed overhead. With the release of George Lucas’s Star Wars, the smooth, silvery flying saucers that had dominated postwar sci-fi became embarrassing reminders of an obsolete vision of the future. Lucas envisioned a World of Tomorrow […]

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Shining, Shimmering, Splendid!

So what happened was… Lance Clark from Clarks Shoes UK thought that the company courtyard was a little dull. So he called ROSO to see what they could come up with. And then Arch Daily wrote a really great little post about it that you can read and see more at over here.

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Mac Funamizu's Phone Concept

Mac Funamizu’s phone concept using a wrap around screen is the you know what of phone design. It would really interesting to play with visuals/videos on that sort of screen format. Ah, we can hope right? (Boing Boing)

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One thing I love about the winter is that I get to stay inside and read more. To get ready, we are almost giving away ALL the books in our Architecture section. A lot of the books are at low quantity and when they are gone, we will most likely not order them again. So […]

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