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Valleaceron Chapel, Spain, by Sancho-Madridejos
(catalogue on the shelf at home)
Valleaceron Chapel by Sancho-Madridejos
wow... check the times...not bad AP
i was afraid that was too easy...
i think p2an might get this one rather quickly...
steven, i'm fond of that catalogue, so i knew what i was looking at right away.
Siedlung Fredensborg, Jorn Utzon
you guys are a bit scary with the sychronized postings..
ok heres one that might be tricky, its a great modernist building though
great AP... that's also where i spotted it from. is the catalogue worth buying?
oldenvirginia, i think so (obviously ;-)...i think i paid $25-30 for it.
hm. i would have guessed baumschlager eberle if it weren't for the palm tree.
heres a hint that will cancel out 95 % of the offices you know.
it is in australia.
Council House of Perth, Western Australia. It was designed by Howlett and Bailey Architects
the hint gave it away...
ok i don't know how to resize it...
after the image location, one space, then "width=400" then close the code.
thanks AP. i'm hoping i stump you guys for a while...i only know
about this building because i have a book on it.
and no fair trying to cheat by looking at the image location link...
gion a. caminada
Gion A. Caminada - "Totenstube" in Vrin
its on the cover of that "Swiss Made" book that's on my desk next to me, but Holz beat me to it
the interiors are the best part...www.alig.ch/Stiva_da_morts_Vrin.84.0.html
his schools is phenomenal as well.
ok... a hint, it's in switerland
I know that building, but for the life of me the architects aren't ringing a bell. I'd guess HdM but I couldn't tell you where or what!
i visited the damn thing but i can't remember who did it, but it isnt HdeM
yeah, it's an interesting little pavilion around the corner from this:
andreas fuhrimann gabrielle hächler
did that kiosk next to Zürichsee.
really nice place, great toilets.
wow, congrats. that took a lot longer than i expected.
definitely a neat little find while walking along the see towards the heidi weber pavilion.
are ppl finding this one a bit tricky? its a great building, although it hasnt received alot of press.
Thought I would toss this one in for effect....hope you don't mind:
i'm clueless p2an. the brick building appears to be dutch/northern european...sorry, that's all i've got.
i thought it was maybe canadian, but yeah, i'm stumped. any hints?
it looks kine of like the pbs building in boston by polshek..but only because
of the huge cantilevered truss like structure
its in rotterdam, or rather OVER rotterdam
Unilever Building (de brug?)...JHK Architectenhttp://www.rotterdam2007.nl/english/programma/sitesandstories/3654.php
p2an...you are right, it hasn't received a lot of press...seems very interesting though...
my previous challenge was way too easy...this one might be easy as well, but...
Wow, I love that little lit-cube water table!
You guys are awesome, I can't identify ANY of these but I'm learning so much by watching!
Claudio Silvestrin, Armani in Sao Paulo. the security guys in the $8,000 suits in the first picture gave it away
i just discovered this thread and i'm in love with it.
OK going to try and reach further into obscurity with this recent renovation/addition:
I'm gonna throw Rick Mather out there, totally un-investigated, because I had forgotten about his work until I saw it in the news recently and it sorta reminds me of him (and looks British).
good guess, but not quite notable as rick. the building and the firm are european, but a little south-east of the uk.
it's pretty nice phuyaka...i just wish the cortenz sort of took over
the back facade a bit..but it's nice nonetheless.
dammit. i saw this published somewhere but can't pull it out of the memory banks.
snooker, it looks very northern cali, possibly san francisco and i see some william wurster in it. but might be a student of wurster.