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joncarling:

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electrodash:

“The best way to gain understanding of a building is to sketch it” (via chapel of Notre Dame du Haut in Ronchamp, Franche-Comté, France)

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ryanpanos:

Alexander Graham Bell’s Delightfully Weird Sketchbooks via The Atlantic
It was on March 10, 1876 that Alexander Graham Bell made the first successful telephone call. “’Mr. Watson—come here—I want to see you,” he said to his assistant, who was in the next room. Bell recorded those early telephone experiments in his lab notebooks from the time, as he did with countless other experiments and ideas.
The books are a priceless treasure of an incredibly fertile mind working through one of the most exciting periods of technological innovation in the history of the world. The sketches, though, are more than just dry recordings of physical principles. Bell’s drawings are expressive in ways that few technical sketches are. Little flourishes and annotations make paging through his drawings a delight.

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archiveofaffinities:

Frank O. Gehry, Hypotheses about the form of other presumably postmodernist entires,  Chicago Tribune Tower Competition: Late Entires, 1980 

archiveofaffinities

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notturnoblues:

A very interesting article by Jason Santa Maria.

notturnoblues