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Daniel Libeskind Tower

Posted on 23 Oct 2008 in Architects, Buildings | 0 comments

Three years ago Daniel Libeskind delivered a lecture titled “Building Places from Memories.” As I watched the webcast, I said to myself, “Modern Architecture has exhausted its limits and become what its tenets cannot support.” What I mean by that is that early proponents of Modern Architecture like Le Corbusier sort to create Architecture that was purely [...]

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Cesar Pelli Towers

Posted on 23 Oct 2008 in Architects, Buildings | 0 comments

The mystery of Glass, Expressionism and human aspirations are themes that I have tried to reflect on in my blogs. Watching Cesar Pelli’s lecture at Princeton caused me to think about our fascination with the glass skyscraper. Cesar Pelli has built some of the tallest glass buildings in the world – the Petronas Tower and Philadephia’s Tower [...]

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Miami CUBE

Posted on 23 Oct 2008 in Architects, Buildings, gallery | 0 comments

Have you considered living in the forth dimension?  When we move into a high-rise building usually we feel lucky if we have the choice of where to put some of the interior walls.  Most commonly we are left to choose between one floor plan and another.  There may be a choice between one of two [...]

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The Sarasota School of Architecture

Posted on 23 Oct 2008 in Architects, Buildings | 0 comments

The Ringling School of Design has been in Sarasota since 1931 and has a strong Interior Design program. There are two high schools in Sarasota, Riverview and the Sarasota High School Addition that were built in this particular Regionalist Modern style by one of its strongest architects, Paul Rudolph. When we say Sarasota School of [...]

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Miami’s COR

Posted on 23 Oct 2008 in Architects, Buildings | 0 comments

Miami, The Big Orange, has always had a connected history with The Big Apple.  Perhaps the most obvious is the amount of flights between La Gaurdia and Miami International, which means a constant flow of thoughts back and forth between the fashion capitols of the East Coast. Now the two cities have another commonality.  New [...]

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