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was there rule like that? i sorry. it ain't gargonzola btw.
1920s, not my neighborhood, though I wish it was
that one is a total beautiful contridiction. it must be in phili. nice asymetry.
not in philadelphia, but yes, a contradiction
you gave that one away, supernal.
brazini, church of the cuore immaculata di maria santissima, rome
this may be too much of softball, but i think we need an easy one after many of these.
Bravo. I see you did look in the book, because the architects name correctly is Brasini, Armando. Anyway, Orhan first mentioned contradiction, so, you get close and the clues get better.
I wanna see what you're gonna post!
SOM?, something on Park Avenue?
just for the curiosity trivia. that tiled roof building with a rotunda i posted above, is the student center in st. monica's school in santa monica. architect is frank gehry.
sorry, orhan, didn't mean to jump in.
Pepsi Building New york city by natalie de blois.. i think she worked with som on this one but not sure.
nice job, beefeaters. i think bunshaft was the head designer.
now admit it, did you cheat to know that natalie de blois worked on it with bunshaft? i didn't know that till i found the image.
no , we studied her work in a survey class, my classmate presented prominent modernist female architects
btw, the jagged line in the landscape, not the building behind
nice, beefeaters. sounds like a great course.
know what it is but I cheated
and its not the one in Ohio
since i was a tiny part of a clue, can i post a 'small' building to be guessed?
finally, one i know!!!
beefeaters, that's an escalater in spain by elias torres.
Orhan, if you keep this up, you'll have to be sent to the prinicpal's office!
principal doesn't want to have anything to do with me anymore...
i know supernal knows the answer. but i am just curious how he is gonna put it out.
Orhan, I'm pretty sure that's someplace in the back of Steven Holl's mind.
and in the backs of many other's minds.
it ain't machine but sure is a good livin'.
Orhan that's the architects cabin by Le Corbusier isn't it?
techno is correct right? do you have the next image ready?
this game is great. i'm so impressed whenever anyone comes up with the answer to one of these.
and i think i would take "someplace in the back of Steven Holl's mind" as a correct answer. ha.
keep it coming, techno.
yes, it's techno's turn.
Wait, Cris guessed "escalater in spain by elias torres" correctly. I was waiting for him to post a building.
oh yeah, orhan jumped. to the principal's office!
i guess whoever can post first - techno or cris.
I love this thread!
Orhan, you know you won't get in trouble for anything you choose to do around here. As long as Brad Pitt doesn't hear about it, that is.
it's great, ain't it!?
i'm learning something!
ok, this one is probably too easy, but let's see who knows.
Hey! That guy stole my staircase idea for my sophmore year rowhouse design.
ha ha ha, sarah, in my third year rowhouse design, i stole it too!
Casa Barragan - Luis Barragan - Mexico City
Joseph D'Urso did a very similar staircase in a NYC apartment in the early 1980s.
Another spanish speaker
Dang, I know this one.....and I can't think of it....so I'm going to throw out Alvaro Siza even though I'm 99.9% certain it's wrong.
I know what it is because I cheated. Not Siza. It's in Uruguay if that helps. 1958-60.
Eladio Dieste - Church of Christ the Worker - Uruguay
damn emaze beat me, should have refreshed
i think this was linked to another thread somewhere?
Siza no speaky Spanish.
yeah this thread, that's where I remember seeing it
phuyaka can have the credit, I just named the architect and not the building (can I have reserve 1/2 the right to post when the thread remains unresponsive for two or so days?)...
Yay Dieste is correct! Oddly enough, a Siza building was my other choice...
Anyone remember the older version of this thread?
well thanks emaze.
so here's mine: