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guidelines (Federal!)

- must be a plan published by others and noteworthy

- black and white if possible

- you guess correct >>>you post next.

we shall start off easy -


 
Jun 17, 17 11:51 pm
archietechie

Barca Pavilion - Mies ;)

Should also mention, no cheating via google reverse image search.

Edit: Can't seem to add images while editting comments so I'll pass.

Jun 18, 17 2:06 am  · 
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tintt

Easy one, we should all know the Barcelona Pavilion. I'll take over for you, techie.

Image result for chapel at mit plan

I've never visited this one in person myself though. On my bucket list.

Jun 18, 17 10:27 am  · 
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archietechie

You have my thanks ;)

Interesting plan. Had me there for a moment as I could've swore this could be Oscar Niemeyer's handiwork.

Jun 18, 17 11:45 am  · 
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Cleanwithpure

Thanks, tintt

Aug 29, 20 5:07 am  · 
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Cleanwithpure

Very intelligent

Aug 29, 20 5:07 am  · 
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Eero Saarinen's MIT Chapel.

Next:

Jun 18, 17 11:05 am  · 
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It's two separate buildings with outdoor space between the two, but one project. Some hints, it's a Swedish religious structure consecrated 11 years later than tintt's building above.

Jun 18, 17 3:17 pm  · 
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sarah123

Easy... Bauhaus Building, Dessau

Jun 18, 17 8:48 pm  · 
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sarah123

Not a plan I realize...

Jun 18, 17 8:54 pm  · 
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Try this one instead

Jun 18, 17 8:57 pm  · 
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that looks like oma's kunsthalle in rotterdam

Jun 18, 17 10:04 pm  · 
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The isometric is the house and studio for Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo by Juan O'Gorman.

Jun 18, 17 11:00 pm  · 
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placebeyondthesplines

*axonometric, isometric drawings make all 90° angles into 120° angles

Sep 3, 17 6:01 pm  · 
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Both of you are correct. Hi Orhan.

Jun 18, 17 11:21 pm  · 
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I think FRIDA was the last movie I saw in a theater. Anyway...


Jun 18, 17 11:48 pm  · 
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citizen

FLW's Morris Gift Shop, San Francisco

Jun 19, 17 8:20 pm  · 
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good details

FLW - Xanadu Gallery!

Jun 19, 17 12:22 am  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

Tadao Ando - Church of Light


Jun 19, 17 1:18 am  · 
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threadkilla

Raymund Abraham's epic House for Music / Musikerhaus

Orhan never picked a plan for us to guess... here's the next one:


Jun 19, 17 2:08 am  · 
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threadkilla

hint: the project was published (probably for the first time) in 1928

Jun 19, 17 2:08 pm  · 
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threadkilla

Quondam nailed it! Please pick the next plan for us to guess.

Jun 20, 17 2:23 pm  · 
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threadkilla

Chris, yes that's the "general plan" for the whole project. I will try scanning the other drawings from the Film Factory proposal and posting them here in a bit. Leonidov is a fascinating character, mostly notable because of the influence his student work (mostly the project for the Lenin Institute and Library) was acknowledged for having on Koolhaas/OMA/Rem's archi-progeny...

Jun 20, 17 2:33 pm  · 
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threadkilla

I. Leonidov, Lenin Institute (elevation, plan)


Jun 20, 17 2:34 pm  · 
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threadkilla

yes! the Voluntary Prisoners project draws some pretty direct influence from Leonidov's work on linear cities, such as his project for Magnitogorsk

https://thecharnelhouse.org/20...

Jul 6, 17 2:58 pm  · 
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threadkilla

while projects like OMA's Zeebrugge Terminal have been compared to the library building in Leonidov's Lenin Institute project (glass sphere held down by tension wires, see above)

I will try to scan the Moscow Film Factory drawings this weekend

Jul 6, 17 3:06 pm  · 
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Dzejk94

Hi student here, got myself quite a puzzle.

Cant find no info, only got this picture. Any ideas anyone? Gotta solve it before the exam next week :V

Jun 19, 17 3:50 am  · 
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threadkilla

1. not a plan 2. you did not guess one, you don't get to suggest one 3. do you think there might be a purpose to your teachers not giving you the full info prior to the exam? consult class notes and do some research ffs

Jun 19, 17 1:59 pm  · 
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threadkilla

did you ever figure it out? 

 It's a gorgeous graphite drawing, and the author's signature (illegible as it may be) is in the bottom right corner... On first look it bears a resemblance to M. Ginzburg's Narkomfin building, but it seems to have a distinctly southern european or maybe latin american vibe... The underside of the looming block (presumably of apartments, or maybe offices) is really interesting in that it seems to have some extraordinary curvature to it, and is split down the middle by a spine of glass (light fixtures?)... Beside the obvious nods to the 'five points' - pilotis, ribbon windows, free facade - the curved glass mass tucked under the main block further hints at some sort of a relation to Corbusier, in the same manner that Albert Frey's Loewy House does (see further down)

Jul 6, 17 3:13 pm  · 
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threadkilla

Narkomfin?what do you guys think?



http://archinect.com/mwieber/p...
Jul 7, 17 7:47 pm  · 
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Jun 19, 17 7:11 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Seattle Library - OMA

Jun 19, 17 8:02 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Damn... reverse image search tells me I'm wrong.

Jun 19, 17 8:03 pm  · 
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threadkilla

no cheat needed for those curves - Carme Pinos, CaixaForum in Zaragosa, third floor cropped plan http://www.cpinos.com/index.ph...

Jun 20, 17 2:25 am  · 
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well done you killed it;)

Jun 20, 17 2:28 am  · 
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threadkilla

thanks! that's a great pick. the ground floor plan is also really interesting (http://www.archdaily.com/522894/caixaforum-zaragoza-estudio-carme-pinos/53b3ac12c07a80790f000295-caixaforum-zaragoza-estudio-carme-pinos-ground-floor-plan) and the project is extraordinary in section

Jun 20, 17 2:33 am  · 
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I'll start this one with a hint:

This is a landscape project designed by an architect for a culturally-important group of buildings. It's not a building, but this is this architect's most famous work, by far.

Jun 22, 17 6:30 pm  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

Jardim Colombo, Sao Paulo?

Jun 22, 17 7:27 pm  · 
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No, but the date mentioned on the Wikipedia page that comes up when I google your suggestion is roughly a decade later than this project. This is in the northern hemisphere.

Jun 22, 17 7:44 pm  · 
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threadkilla

took a little bit of digging around, but once I figured out the site is the Acropolis, I could track down some really good info about this landscape project by Demetris Pikionis. Amazing project, questions the very notion of what a plan drawing is, and how it's translated into built form.

‘Plans and instructions are insufficient here, for the plan is not applicable as it stands, but serves only as a model representing a general idea which requires constant interpretation...what should be kept in mind is the ancient Greek motto, ‘make haste slowly'

Jun 23, 17 5:19 pm  · 
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Yes! Next, please.

Jun 24, 17 12:11 am  · 
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JLC-1

1966, by a harvard alumni

Jun 22, 17 6:45 pm  · 
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The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) by Emilio Duhart.

I'll post another plan shortly.

Jun 27, 17 6:02 pm  · 
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threadkilla

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Jun 24, 17 8:28 am  · 
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Casa Malaparte, Adalberto Libera.

(I've just realized I need to figure out the previous building first.)


Jun 24, 17 8:52 am  · 
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Oh - wait. never mind

Jun 24, 17 9:20 am  · 
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threadkilla

Chris_Teeter - I suppose it does, especially when seen in close proximity to the Church of the Light plan

Marc Miller - well done!

Jun 25, 17 4:23 pm  · 
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threadkilla

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Jun 25, 17 4:42 pm  · 
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Love that house.

Jun 25, 17 5:21 pm  · 
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    Next

  
Jun 24, 17 9:22 am  · 
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Herzog and de Meuron with Ai Weiwei,
Serpentine Pavilion, 2012

Jun 24, 17 10:39 am  · 
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archietechie

Fuck me! That's gorgeous!

Jun 28, 17 5:22 pm  · 
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Jun 24, 17 10:51 am  · 
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tintt

Lina Bo Bardi - SECS Pompeia. The corridors on the right give it away. 

I don't have a plan to post. Anyone?

Jun 24, 17 11:30 am  · 
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Next:

Jun 25, 17 2:11 pm  · 
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threadkilla

Gio Ponti, Planchart residence in Caracas, 1954

I want to say 3rd floor plan - since that drawing is not in the Aria d'Italia volume on Ponti that is on my desk, and that monograph has drawings of the basement (1st) and ground (2nd) floors

Jun 25, 17 4:16 pm  · 
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threadkilla

not strictly a plan drawing, but I felt like including the elevation and axon as hints, because most hints for this project would probably be a dead giveaway and the drawings are gorgeous


Jun 25, 17 5:04 pm  · 
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threadkilla

second hint: it's a project developed in close collaboration between an architect and an artist, both native to that region

Jun 26, 17 2:57 am  · 
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threadkilla

third hint: The artist has said that he did not chose this place for his art, but that the place chose him.

Jun 26, 17 1:09 pm  · 
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JLC-1

el peine del viento in san sebastian

Jun 26, 17 1:57 pm  · 
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Such a fascinating project! I haven't heard of this before.

Jun 26, 17 8:40 pm  · 
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threadkilla

JLC-1 got it! Somebody better guess what the Corb of a plan he posted earlier (I only got as far as figuring out the Josep Lluis Sert was likely Dean at the time the designer in question graduated from Harvard) or he can pick and post another one.

Jun 27, 17 5:18 am  · 
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threadkilla

Eduardo Chillida's Wind Combs (Peine del Viento) with Plaza del Tenis designed in collaboration with Luis Peña Ganchegui, completed in 1977

Jun 27, 17 5:26 am  · 
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threadkilla
JLC-1

I've obsessed with chillida for a long time, have you seen his tindaya mountain project? I hope it's built sometime.

Jun 27, 17 10:24 am  · 
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JLC-1

Hint for the plan I posted; it's a latin american institution, and the building is in santiago, chile.

Jun 27, 17 10:25 am  · 
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That last hint was needed: the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC, Spanish acronym CEPAL) by Emilio Duhart.

http://www.plataformaarquitect...


Jun 27, 17 6:05 pm  · 
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JLC-1

Yeah, I figure, it's an awesome building, but largely unknown.

Jun 27, 17 6:27 pm  · 
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Oh dear, you know there's a book about this project. I'm going to have to read that!


Jun 28, 17 9:15 pm  · 
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randomised

This thread makes me feel like such a noob, only guessed the obvious Mies, OMA, Malaparte and Serpentine. Would be fun to do the same thread with only detail drawings to really make me feel I wasted all those years studying and still know nothing.

Jun 27, 17 2:02 am  · 
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Next:


Jun 27, 17 9:22 pm  · 
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The architect sees it as more sacred than a house but less sacred than a church.

Jun 27, 17 10:53 pm  · 
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senjohnblutarsky

I would assume it's a tea house, but then I have no clue beyond that.

Jun 28, 17 8:54 am  · 
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No, it's more final than that.

Jun 28, 17 9:17 am  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

Lenin's Tomb

Jun 28, 17 9:32 am  · 
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Not quite that final; final, but transitory.

Jun 28, 17 9:36 am  · 
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Here's a hint. This image is not of the building in question; however, the building depicted has at least one thing in common with it.


Jun 28, 17 1:46 pm  · 
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a-f

Gion Caminada, renovation, Vrin

The picture below gave it away!

Jun 28, 17 4:31 pm  · 
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Right architect, right location, which project are you referring to?

Jun 28, 17 4:33 pm  · 
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a-f

Google says "Stiva da Morts". I've been to Vrin but can't recall every Caminada building there.

Jun 28, 17 4:36 pm  · 
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Yes, Stiva da morts.

Jun 28, 17 4:38 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Hey, no googling. That's cheating.

Jun 28, 17 4:44 pm  · 
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threadkilla

that's an amazing plan with crazy corners! never heard of this project or architect

Jun 28, 17 5:41 pm  · 
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Yes, the Stiva da morts is one of my favorite buildings (based on what I've read, haven't been able to visit).

Jun 28, 17 6:13 pm  · 
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I timed-out, anyway, the hint image is one of Zumthor's vacation houses, which also use stickbau.

Stiva da morts:


Jun 28, 17 6:22 pm  · 
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a-f

Next!

(I love this, it's like the ancient thread "Name that building")

Jun 28, 17 4:35 pm  · 
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habitat 67?

Jun 28, 17 4:43 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Def not habita.

Jun 28, 17 4:46 pm  · 
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i should have known (by looking)

Jun 28, 17 4:47 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

I'd say it's spanish, has a modernistic gaudi feel to it.

Jun 28, 17 4:47 pm  · 
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archietechie

My first guess was Nakagin Capsule Tower...and I realized it's footprint can't be that huge.

Jun 28, 17 5:15 pm  · 
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JLC-1

walden7?

Jun 28, 17 5:34 pm  · 
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threadkilla

Jose Antonio Coderch and Manuel Valls, Las Cocheras / Garage Apartments 1968-73!

Jun 28, 17 5:36 pm  · 
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threadkilla

I have about 100 photographs from when I visited there in 2010 :) amazing brickwork all over the place, great semi-private courtyards, and the gate to the property is a Gaudi original that was left when the parking garage, which once occupied the site, was demolished to make way for the housing project. (with a bronze bust of Gaudi nearby, I believe)

Jun 28, 17 5:39 pm  · 
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threadkilla

JLC-1 Bofill's Walden 7 is bigger, and has more interior voids, but definitely a similar approach to generating diversity through repetition and symmetry in plan

Jun 28, 17 5:44 pm  · 
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threadkilla

the Gaudi gate, my photo :)

Oct 23, 17 1:41 am  · 
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threadkilla

easy one because I want to see someone guess it who hasn't participated yet (shame on all who have to google around for this one)


Jun 28, 17 5:54 pm  · 
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JLC-1

this was the evil seed for that sin, postmodernism.

Jun 28, 17 5:57 pm  · 
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threadkilla

does it even need hints? everything is in the drawing!

Jun 28, 17 6:02 pm  · 
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let's hope not!

Jun 28, 17 6:34 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Moore's Italia Piazza.

Jun 28, 17 8:25 pm  · 
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I hadn't noticed the similarity between that plan and Lebbeus Woods' Concentric Field until just now.

Jun 28, 17 9:22 pm  · 
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threadkilla

that's pretty cool, also reminds me of another plan drawing, which i might post here later ;)

Jun 29, 17 3:39 pm  · 
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threadkilla

cropped version of Piranesi's roof plan etching for the Pantheon...

Jul 13, 17 3:55 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

My turn... I've been waiting to snag the spotlight!

Jun 28, 17 8:29 pm  · 
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Le Corbusier's Plan Obus for Algiers

Jun 28, 17 9:02 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur, will you post a plan for me?

Jun 28, 17 9:13 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Here JW, one of my favs.

Jun 28, 17 10:08 pm  · 
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threadkilla

The Monadnock Building in Chicago by Holabird and Roche. 

half of it, actually. Here is the half by Burnham and Root:


Jun 29, 17 1:51 am  · 
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threadkilla

The bay windows hint at the fact this is built in Chicago in 1880-1890s, and it is a memorable office plan in a building that set so many historic firsts. I also recommend looking into Owen Aldis for anyone interested in the developer behind some of Chicago's most notable early modern buildings

Jun 29, 17 2:08 am  · 
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Non Sequitur

Good work

Jun 29, 17 8:56 am  · 
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threadkilla

two floor plans, same building

Jun 29, 17 12:11 pm  · 
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threadkilla

hint: it's an unbuilt project, planned for the same city as above...

Jun 29, 17 3:40 pm  · 
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threadkilla

last hint: the architect would be turning 150 years old this year. I'm out of internet's reach for the next 4 days, good luck! if nobody gets this one by end of today, just move on for now - maybe Teeter can pick one

Jun 29, 17 5:16 pm  · 
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Is it Frank Lloyd Wright's National Life Insurance Building, 1923?

Jun 29, 17 9:53 pm  · 
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threadkilla

yes, jw468!


Jul 4, 17 1:16 pm  · 
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Next plan, assuming I was correct:




Jun 29, 17 10:20 pm  · 
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a-f

Something in Japan, judging from the tatami layout?

Jun 30, 17 4:01 am  · 
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Yes.

Jun 30, 17 7:57 am  · 
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Indirectly related image:

Jun 30, 17 12:45 pm  · 
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Yes, the Imperial Hotel. Look closer at those involved with the hotel, not Wright's other work.

Another indirectly related image:


Jun 30, 17 5:52 pm  · 
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One more related image:


Jun 30, 17 6:00 pm  · 
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Yes, Raymond.

Jun 30, 17 8:57 pm  · 
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Raymond + Corbusier = ?

Jul 1, 17 12:45 pm  · 
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a-f

Is it Antonin Raymond's Summer House? Inspired by (or a copy of) Le Corbusier's Mattias Errázuris House?

Jul 1, 17 1:59 pm  · 
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Yes!

Jul 1, 17 2:14 pm  · 
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a-f

Interesting project. Never heard of it. I originally followed exactly the same path as Chris from FLW to Raymond, but thought it was a long shot. There are no plans to be found online, and recent photos don't show the original retaining wall that is so present in the plan.

Jul 1, 17 2:22 pm  · 
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Yeah, it's an interesting house. It's been awhile since I read about it; however, if I remember correctly, Corbusier was initially not happy about the house at all, but at some point came around and included it in his Oeuvre Complète, in the third volume, I think, as an application of his principles.


Jul 1, 17 11:57 pm  · 
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a-f

Ok, here's another one.


Jul 1, 17 2:24 pm  · 
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Kahn was my first thought, too, because of its similarity to the Trenton Bath House.

Jul 1, 17 11:49 pm  · 
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a-f

Not Kahn, but clearly inspired by him. But there is an even stronger connection to somebody mentioned earlier in this thread: John Hejduk

Jul 2, 17 4:28 am  · 
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a-f

I don't know the details, but I can imagine that Hejduk helped to introduce the work of his reclusive friend to a broader audience in the US in his last years. Here's another plan of him:


Jul 2, 17 9:29 am  · 
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a-f

No


Jul 3, 17 3:22 am  · 
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threadkilla

that Nordic Pavilion plan is awesome

Jul 4, 17 1:58 pm  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

.

Jul 3, 17 10:28 pm  · 
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Lina Bo Bardi, Glass House.

Jul 4, 17 1:40 am  · 
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Jul 4, 17 1:47 am  · 
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a-f

My first thought was a villa from Paulo Mendes da Rocha, but it doesn't have a pool.

Jul 4, 17 2:52 am  · 
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Think hot, dry, glamorous, and mountainous. Also, a pictorial hint:



Jul 4, 17 1:13 pm  · 
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threadkilla

Loewy House by Albert Frey. The hint about the setting made me think Palm Springs right away, and all those rocks in plan suggested Frey's work.


Jul 4, 17 1:31 pm  · 
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threadkilla

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Jul 4, 17 2:01 pm  · 
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a-f
SOM?
Jul 4, 17 2:37 pm  · 
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threadkilla

yes, but which building?

Jul 4, 17 3:09 pm  · 
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threadkilla

when it was completed in same year as Mies' Seagram building in NY - 1958 - it was one of the first skyscrapers to be built in Chicago's Loop in 20 years... 

it also has the material it was built from as a namesake...

Jul 5, 17 1:52 am  · 
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a-f

The Inland Steel Building. Beautiful.

Jul 5, 17 5:02 am  · 
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threadkilla

you got it!

Jul 5, 17 11:05 am  · 
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threadkilla

The design was started by Walter Netsch, who made the decision to move the service core out from the office floorplates (would be impossible with contemporary codes), and completed under Bruce Graham, who moved the columns past the floorplate perimeter.

it also has steel foundation pilings, which is uncharacteristic for Chicago

cool video 

Jul 5, 17 11:15 am  · 
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threadkilla

a-f, you should pick a plan while people are trying to guess Nam's random challenge? it is supposed to be your turn, and maybe having two ongoing guess matches can keep this thread flowing a bit smoother...

this has been a very interesting thread, Teeter - thank you for that!

Jul 6, 17 2:44 pm  · 
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It has been interesting and has introduced me to architects I was previously unaware of!

Chris_Teeter, as the thread starter, can you post another plan?

Jul 8, 17 11:23 pm  · 
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 Randomly came across this image today, thought why not post? I suck at this game...

Jul 5, 17 1:39 am  · 
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threadkilla

it looks like the ground floor of a public building, either hotel or institutional (guessing by security/front desk location)...

Jul 6, 17 2:41 pm  · 
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One of your two guesses is correct

Jul 6, 17 11:33 pm  · 
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randomised

Is it Canadian?

Jul 6, 17 3:18 am  · 
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threadkilla

the rooms are labelled in French (salle petit dejeuner =  breakfast hall), so if it is Canadian, it'd likely be located in Quebec... could also be a sign that the architect is either French or Belgian?

Jul 6, 17 4:06 pm  · 
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and it is in Paris

Jul 6, 17 11:34 pm  · 
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randomised

I remember the building vividly with a bright green facade but am drawing blanks for anything else, I hate this game...

Jul 7, 17 8:35 am  · 
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Yep that one, specifically

Jul 7, 17 11:20 am  · 
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threadkilla

so - Hipark Hotel by Manuel Gautrand, for the record. It's got a neat figural quality! I would have never got there on my own.

randomised and a-f owe some plan picks

Jul 7, 17 11:56 am  · 
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randomised

In all fairness, I didn't guess the plan, I only remembered the colour of the facade. Should have known it was Gautrand, I used to like here projects, kind of lost touch I guess. But okay I'm game.

Jul 10, 17 2:24 pm  · 
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randomised

Here it goes:

Jul 10, 17 2:29 pm  · 
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randomised

It's actually a one family home that includes a studio for guests.

Jul 11, 17 2:04 am  · 
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JLC-1

it was hard to find, at first I looked into H&dM, never heard of Mark Magazine either; found Peripheriques work quite interesting. 

MAISON GO, THIONVILLE

Jul 11, 17 11:22 am  · 
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randomised

Yeah, really bold, playful,
conceptual, colour full and French, Manuelle Gautrand got me thinking of them again.

Jul 11, 17 1:52 pm  · 
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randomised

Yes, it's deceiving, that's why I thought it would be a nice one for this thread :) More info here: http://www.peripheriques-archi...

Jul 12, 17 3:45 am  · 
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randomised

Hint: The architects were prominently featured in one of the first Mark Magazines.

Jul 11, 17 5:22 am  · 
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a-f

Here's something a little different:


Jul 11, 17 6:45 am  · 
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JLC-1

that's a pezo-von elrich.... thing. an installation for a park if I remember correctly.

Jul 11, 17 10:14 am  · 
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randomised

The previous plan, that I probably shouldn't have posted, is still in the running btw :)

Jul 11, 17 10:40 am  · 
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a-f

Yes, I think that will pass as a correct answer! "120 Doors" by Pezo von Ellrichshausen in Concepción.

Jul 11, 17 10:43 am  · 
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threadkilla

really interesting to look at this plan in relation to Hejduk's plan for the House for Two Borthers posted earlier

Jul 11, 17 3:27 pm  · 
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JLC-1

1964 Same country as above.

Jul 11, 17 11:27 am  · 
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a-f

I know this one, but I should let somebody else play :)

Jul 11, 17 12:15 pm  · 
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JLC-1

where are you from?

Jul 11, 17 12:17 pm  · 
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a-f

Chilean wife, por eso!

Jul 11, 17 2:43 pm  · 
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JLC-1

Que bien! Saludos.

Jul 11, 17 2:48 pm  · 
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Next:




Jul 11, 17 9:34 pm  · 
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Regarding the levels:


Jul 12, 17 8:13 am  · 
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Indeed.


Jul 12, 17 2:05 pm  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

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Jul 11, 17 9:41 pm  · 
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a-f

Juliaan Lampens "Villa van Wassenhoeve"

Jul 12, 17 12:57 am  · 
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a-f

A bit pricey to rent!

Jul 12, 17 7:56 am  · 
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I didn't realize the house is rentable. Have you read the monograph? If not, and you'd like to, it's posted at https://issuu.com/toomas/docs/juliaan_lampens.

Jul 12, 17 2:03 pm  · 
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a-f

Another:

Jul 12, 17 1:15 am  · 
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threadkilla

Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan's Auditorium Building in Chicago, 1889

iconic project with a breathtaking section


Jul 12, 17 4:27 am  · 
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threadkilla

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Jul 12, 17 4:35 am  · 
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randomised

That's insane!

Jul 12, 17 5:15 am  · 
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a-f

Indeed, the section is cooler than the plan!

Jul 12, 17 7:18 am  · 
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a-f

Here's a documentary if anybody's interested.

Jul 12, 17 10:57 am  · 
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threadkilla

the plan does not have the same punch as the section, but is still extremely well resolved, and the curvature of the first tier balcony is the distinctive element that instantly gave the project away (for me). Revit? can you even imagine trying to resolve that ceiling in Revit???

Jul 12, 17 1:46 pm  · 
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threadkilla

here's an easy one to get more people playing - please try to restrain yourself if you have already guessed and posted a plan in here, let's give someone who has been feeling left out a chance :)

Jul 12, 17 2:47 pm  · 
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senjohnblutarsky

Pantheon Rome. 

Jul 12, 17 3:17 pm  · 
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senjohnblutarsky

And another. 

Jul 12, 17 3:24 pm  · 
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senjohnblutarsky

Nope. Correct continent. Wrong country.

Jul 12, 17 10:00 pm  · 
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senjohnblutarsky

Nope. Lots of concrete. Has some nice column connections.

Jul 13, 17 7:53 am  · 
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