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nice job simples!
techno..great find! it's tough to post an image of brasilia and not have people recognize it...i almost didn't either...
all right enough backslapping, let's get another one up;)
phuyaka ...that is just like a building out on the harbor in Copenhagen. I believe it was probably 3x Nielson maybe? or...Schmidt Hammer Larson? (The first one you posted)
Just saw this at a show I went to last week...had to do some research to find out who did it...I was suprised actually. Really cool space...it is an interior renovation so may be tough for people to know about.
ps...had to paste together images off their website since it is a flash site.......aaaaarg.
Hint...if you didn't already know..it is in Providence.
By risd_design at 2007-08-27
the "preview" button doesn't seem to be working..but this one should be easy:
norman foster, metropolitan, in poland
this one should be pretty easy too:
oh and chase thats the ig farben building by poelzig
gigon + guyer, Kalkriese Museum
RISD...knew i'd seen that before..at first i thought it TWBT,
but it's Brian Healy again.
Grant Hall renovation at Brown...It's just finished or just being
phuyaka..you're still on the clock.
ok I won't be able to post an image for another couple of hours, I don't have all of my obscure architecture images on this computer and I want to stump supernal again. If you guys get restless I can surrender my posting rights till another time.
and lars... there's very little published about Henke + Schreieck, I was lucky enough to meet them when I was in Vienna when that K47 building was being finished and they gave us a tour, superb craft and amazing detailing.
Good Call Lars...yes..that is it. I was actually suprised that it was them. Providence is looking better with the addition of officeDA library and then this renovation at Grant Hall.
How about this?
mvrdv - Gemini Housing - Copenhagen
yes..nice work phuyaka. We snuck in there and took these photos...I didn't know it was that recognizable.
How'd you get in? I've seen it published a few times, the interior is definitely distinct. give me an hour or so and I'll post another building
ok here goes, might be a little too easy:
snozzi - casa kalmann
yep. that was quick. you're up holz
spent an hour trying to find it only to get yelled at...
this one might be a little bit tougher
simples got it!!
my guess would be camp baeza or maybe macio kogan, but that's WAY sexy
Aha! Finally! I think I came across this one in a Kunsthaus catalogue once.
I do believe that's the Probelokal Batschuns (Practise room), Zwischenwasser by marte.marte. Beautiful building by the looks of it. Ages nicely.
...that should read: Probelokal (Practise room) - Batschuns, Zwischenwasser
damn, i thought that would take forever. congrats.
you have a building for us oldenvirginia?
yep... just working on it...
ok...as it's my first, it's not too difficult.
I guess it helps if the image fits in the column...
Yasuhiro Ishimoto, Katsura
Kobori Enshu, Katsura, Kyoto, c. 1620
Oops, I thought that was the one in Philly.just kidding, supernal!
wow...this is very impressive...i guess archinect can also be a great resource for identifying unknown buildings...
hint - Architect was more known for bigger works, but I enjoy his local roots
me thinks it's cass gilbert.
yup, Virgina street church by St. Paul native Cass Gilbert.
ok... 2 images to help on this:
Thats gorgeous, though I could do with out the bench.
yeah, the firm does incredible work.
if i recall, the bench is for smokers.
is it Cukrowicz Nachbaur's fireshouse in Mellau?
or in Hittisau, rather
no, but an interesting guess.
that one is oriented differently:
but similar language
Is it located in Vorarlberg?
yes, in the bregenzerwald
ah! it's dietrich-untertrifaller