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archanonymous

A place for the posting, analysis, and appreciation of all the fine duck buildings out there.


 
Jun 29, 21 7:55 am
archanonymous

Here's a few classics:




Jun 29, 21 7:56 am  · 
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Was going to post one and then realized this was the Bailey CO hot dog stand? Unless there are two like this in the state?

Jul 15, 21 12:35 am  · 
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archanonymous

Some fine examples of newer corporate work:



Jun 29, 21 7:56 am  · 
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Non Sequitur

A goose is still a duck, right?  It does quack (rather viciously... not speaking from experience).

The Wawa Goose Monument is shown in Wawa, Ont.
Jun 29, 21 7:57 am  · 
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archanonymous

Can you inhabit the goose?

Jun 29, 21 7:58 am  · 
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Non Sequitur

unfortunately no.... I have climbed it tho.

Jun 29, 21 8:00 am  · 
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midlander

this is just an attenuated decorated shed where the shed (log cabin) is separated from the decoration (goose) by some distance

Jun 29, 21 11:38 am  · 
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archanonymous

Here's a duck goose (as opposed to a shed goose):


Jun 29, 21 12:43 pm  · 
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citizen

But can you inhibit the goose?

Aug 11, 21 8:05 pm  · 
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archanonymous

From previous archinect threads, a potato, turtle, and cat:




Jun 29, 21 7:58 am  · 
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I love that dumb turtle.

Jun 29, 21 8:10 am  · 
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tduds

I almost spent the night in that potato a couple years ago. It's still on my list (it's outside Boise, as you might expect, and rentable on AirBNB)

Jun 29, 21 10:46 am  · 
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archanonymous

The potato gives me weird sensory deprivation chamber vibes.

Jun 29, 21 12:43 pm  · 
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OneLostArchitect

That last one gives me a weird Hejduk Berlin vibe

Aug 15, 21 11:33 am  · 
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Willie the Whale, originally at the first public zoo of Indianapolis, has since been moved several times.

 


Jun 29, 21 8:10 am  · 
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archanonymous

​OMG, this is true art.

Jun 29, 21 8:22 am  · 
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Ok, that was never at the Zoo when I went there. I feel cheated.

Jun 29, 21 8:54 pm  · 
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Jun 29, 21 9:12 am  · 
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archanonymous

Vaguely racially insensitive, but no idea what country it is in so maybe not. +1 for novelty, even among duck buildings. -1 for the rendition of that woman's face.

Jun 29, 21 11:41 am  · 
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Misssissippi, of course.

Jun 29, 21 1:13 pm  · 
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Jun 29, 21 9:16 am  · 
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archanonymous

This one is sublime. There's drawings of it around somewhere I think...

Jun 29, 21 12:40 pm  · 
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archanonymous

A few other dessert themed ducks:



Jun 29, 21 9:31 am  · 
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https://archinect.com/news/art...

Jun 29, 21 10:45 am  · 
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archanonymous


Oh lord, of course, I almost overlooked the arc.

Jun 29, 21 11:37 am  · 
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archanonymous

Is the Statue of Liberty actually a duck building? Discuss: 


Jun 29, 21 11:40 am  · 
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,,,,

It depends on how one defines a building.

Jun 29, 21 11:56 am  · 
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On a quite specific definition ... does it have a C of O?

Jun 29, 21 12:20 pm  · 
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archanonymous

To EA - yes there's a museum in there and you used to be able to go all the way up to the torch, no? Not sure about after the installment of 9/11 fascist security state though.

Jun 29, 21 12:36 pm  · 
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I know, I figured that's probably one really quick way to define a building.

Jun 29, 21 2:08 pm  · 
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joseffischer

if the C of O/occupiable part is only the base, then it's not a duck building and just has a humongous statue on its roof.

Jun 29, 21 3:18 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Giving new meaning to piano nobile: 


Jun 29, 21 11:44 am  · 
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monosierra

Renzo would be proud.

Jun 29, 21 12:05 pm  · 
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Almosthip

Big Beaver in Beaverlodge Alberta

Jun 29, 21 12:05 pm  · 
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Building or sculpture?

Jun 29, 21 12:25 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Not a duck, I think.

Jun 29, 21 12:45 pm  · 
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Almosthip

It is more of a sculpture, but you can go inside and change the light bulbs

Jun 29, 21 12:55 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Do its eyes light up?

Jun 29, 21 1:11 pm  · 
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Light bulbs don't make a sculpture a building. Tell me when this gets a C of O.

Jun 29, 21 2:09 pm  · 
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archanonymous

I think if a squatter took up residence this beaver could become a duck. 

It's not necessarily the C of O, it's the acknowledgement that this is a place occupied by humans.

Jun 29, 21 5:10 pm  · 
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SneakyPete

Anyone for a bombing run?

Jun 29, 21 12:08 pm  · 
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JLC-1

.Barcelona - Fish by Gehry - License, download or print for £15.00 | Photos  | Picfair

Jun 29, 21 12:21 pm  · 
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archanonymous

I love this project, but it's kind of a sculpture isn't it?

Jun 29, 21 12:37 pm  · 
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JLC-1

so is the beaver, but they're both "built". Where's the line between sculpture and architecture? Where's the line between duck and fish?

Jun 29, 21 12:42 pm  · 
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archanonymous

That's the real question, isn't it?

Jun 29, 21 12:44 pm  · 
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tduds

"Where's the line between sculpture and architecture?" Bathrooms.

Jun 29, 21 1:56 pm  · 
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JLC-1

this?bathroom, group camping area, Congaree National Park, October 2014 -  Picture of Congaree National Park, Hopkins - Tripadvisor

Jun 29, 21 2:29 pm  · 
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joseffischer

We do a lot of bathroom pavilions for DNR which I think are some of our better architecture... I sure hope they count as buildings

Jun 29, 21 3:20 pm  · 
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archanonymous

I would love to do some public bathrooms for parks or DNR or whatever. Sounds dreamy.

Jun 29, 21 5:09 pm  · 
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I've done one of those prefab restroom buildings for a public park. Pick your finishes and a few options, coordinate utilities and slab, shows up on site ready to be dropped into place. Biggest question was whether the owner was going to purchase it themselves, or if it was going to become part of the contractor's scope.

Jun 30, 21 12:58 am  · 
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archanonymous

A few more corporate bangers:



Jun 29, 21 12:39 pm  · 
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citizen

In that first one, Gehry's right: the fish really is an architectural form.

Aug 11, 21 8:07 pm  · 
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SneakyPete

Sponsored by Pornhub.

Jun 29, 21 12:53 pm  · 
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archanonymous

It's almost too easy with some of these new buildings.



Jun 29, 21 1:08 pm  · 
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Obviously suggestive but none qualify as novelty architecture.

Jun 29, 21 1:11 pm  · 
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tduds

These are dickorated sheds.

Jun 29, 21 1:53 pm  · 
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Jun 29, 21 3:36 pm  · 
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Almosthip

Here is a dinosaur you can climb in and look out the mouth, Drumheller Alberta

Jun 29, 21 12:57 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Love it! Plus everyone know ducks descended from dinosaurs.

Jun 29, 21 1:09 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Another habitable dino duck:


Jun 29, 21 1:09 pm  · 
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tduds

As made famous by PeeWee

Jun 29, 21 1:55 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

I've been to that drumheller one.

Jun 29, 21 2:55 pm  · 
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Almosthip

Got pictures of my 3 littles at the top and each one under its talons

Jun 29, 21 3:17 pm  · 
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atelier nobody

We used to drive past the Cabazon dinosaurs a couple times a year on our way to & from family camping trips - NOT EVEN ONCE would my dad stop and let us play inside the dinosaurs.

Jul 2, 21 2:32 am  · 
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archanonymous

Boats seem like a specific subset of ducks, and given the relationship between marine technology/ boatbuilding and modern architecture, there's probably more research to be done here:

Jun 29, 21 1:14 pm  · 
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atelier nobody

The Coke Boat

Jun 29, 21 3:34 pm  · 
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archanonymous

I'm not sure the Coke Boat is fully a duck. 


But damn it is a beautiful building.

Jun 30, 21 8:18 pm  · 
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Church, Taiwan. The Patron Saint must be Imelda Marcos. 

Jun 29, 21 1:23 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Pointy.

Jun 29, 21 1:53 pm  · 
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SneakyPete

Torn down recently.

Jun 29, 21 2:38 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Where are the preservationists when you really need them?

Jun 29, 21 2:49 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

Does this toilet-house count as a duck?  Asking for a friend.

Jun 29, 21 2:59 pm  · 
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,,,,

Are you shitting
me?

Jun 29, 21 3:14 pm  · 
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joseffischer

omg, can't be unseen now

Jun 29, 21 3:21 pm  · 
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SneakyPete

Haven Hall at Syracuse looks like a toilet as well.


Jun 30, 21 12:15 pm  · 
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natematt

From the so called "Artichoke Center of the World," in  Castroville, California.

Get the deep fried artichoke hearts.

Jun 30, 21 12:15 am  · 
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archanonymous

I've been here - couldn't find an image. Great artichoke hearts.

Jun 30, 21 7:25 am  · 
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natematt

It wasn't that hard, just googled world's largest artichoke. Have some photos somewhere, but didn't feel like digging. h a.

Jun 30, 21 11:44 am  · 
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archanonymous

Ha yeah - I was looking back through old photos. I guess at a certain point I wasn't looking that hard, just reminiscing.

Jun 30, 21 2:56 pm  · 
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Elephant Building, Bangkok. 

Jun 30, 21 1:17 am  · 
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randomised



The Domestikator by Atelier van Lieshout

Jun 30, 21 2:15 am  · 
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joseffischer

x-rated minecraft

Jun 30, 21 3:38 pm  · 
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Old MacDonald had a farm
Ee i ee i—OW!

Jul 1, 21 4:21 pm  · 
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citizen

I hope the one in back is wearing a condo.

Aug 11, 21 8:10 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Love this one.

Jun 30, 21 12:33 pm  · 
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archanonymous

I guarantee you those silos don't have a certificate of occupancy, but I'd still call them ducks, not sculptures.

Jun 30, 21 12:33 pm  · 
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This thread will make some future undergrad architecture student's day. 

Wait, who am I kidding? Future undergrad students don't know how to use the search function. 

Jun 30, 21 2:31 pm  · 
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Low budget novelty architecture.

Jun 30, 21 3:02 pm  · 
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Childhood memory:

Jun 30, 21 4:43 pm  · 
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SneakyPete

Similar for me:


Jun 30, 21 5:23 pm  · 
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There used to be a boat house next to it.

Jun 30, 21 6:34 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Hmmm. If you take a house boat and put it on land is it then a duck building, or just a boat on land?

Jun 30, 21 6:50 pm  · 
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Not a houseboat or a boathouse but a house that was built to look like a boat.

Jun 30, 21 8:04 pm  · 
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archanonymous

In that case, definitely a duck. 

However, I am still curious about the answer to my initial question.

Jun 30, 21 8:16 pm  · 
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Snail House, Bulgaria:

Jun 30, 21 5:23 pm  · 
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(Note the duck.)

Jun 30, 21 5:25 pm  · 
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archanonymous

A true work of art.

Jun 30, 21 6:49 pm  · 
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I guess the duck makes this a decorated duck, i.e. a "duck" decorated with a duck.

Jun 30, 21 8:07 pm  · 
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midlander

(note the sad small penis)

Jul 1, 21 9:57 am  · 
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This is like a stereotypical bad trip...is that a all melting face/slug? Presumably intended to be playful?

Jul 15, 21 11:44 pm  · 
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Jun 30, 21 6:10 pm  · 
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Crap. Reminded me of this

Jun 30, 21 6:18 pm  · 
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archiwutm8

Miles, wasn't that a exhibition/sculptural piece on the UK? I fairly remember it but not by who.

Jul 1, 21 5:44 am  · 
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Alex Chinneck

Jul 1, 21 9:25 am  · 
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x-jla

Tony Hawks house?

Jul 2, 21 5:27 pm  · 
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tintt

Oh Lord, I misread the title as Dick Central. 

Jun 30, 21 11:48 pm  · 
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archiwutm8

Now, should we create that thread?

Jul 1, 21 5:44 am  · 
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midlander

look again at the snail house posted above...

Jul 1, 21 9:58 am  · 
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atelier nobody

We already have a Show Your Caulk thread - what more do you want?

Jul 2, 21 2:27 am  · 
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Burrrrrton

Funny examples of architecture, but, unfortunately, they do not take your breath away. I'm a fan of the renaissance.

Jul 6, 21 8:55 am  · 
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SneakyPete

cool

Jul 6, 21 11:38 am  · 
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Non Sequitur

I'm sure there are ducks from the renaissance period

Jul 6, 21 11:41 am  · 
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Burrrrrton

Love fasting for ducks? I think you understand very well what I mean when I speak of Renaissance architecture.

Jul 7, 21 8:55 am  · 
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Non Sequitur

Duck love & fasting? What are you going on about? This is a family-friendly site.

Jul 7, 21 9:01 am  · 
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gibbost

Duck Baby Band did a terrible cover of Berlin's 'Take My Breath Away'. Does that count for anything? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ky3Tc9qaz4

Jul 7, 21 11:36 am  · 
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SneakyPete

Duck? Duck? Goose.

Jul 7, 21 11:55 am  · 
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x-jla


Quack quack 

Jul 7, 21 12:09 pm  · 
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Regarding "ducks from the renaissance period" does this count (time-frame may be a bit off)?


Jul 15, 21 12:50 am  · 
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x-jla


Does this count?

Jul 15, 21 5:27 pm  · 
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archanonymous

I would say so. The original duck perhaps?

Jul 15, 21 7:14 pm  · 
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Example of classical duck:

a Greek mobile home.

Jul 16, 21 4:24 pm  · 
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How about?


via @seanw_m

Jul 16, 21 10:37 pm  · 
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Not for the squeamish!

The rear end of the duck. 

In case you ever wondered. . . .

Jul 17, 21 4:32 pm  · 
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tduds

This was already posted in the thread but I just came across this view of the opposite side and... wow. 

Aug 11, 21 11:48 am  · 
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natematt

I'm a little disappointed no one has posted this Frankie G classic in LA. 



Aug 11, 21 1:02 pm  · 
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Isn't this just a sculpture by Claes Oldenburg? Not really a duck IMHO. See above discussions debating other sculptures vs. buildings.

Aug 11, 21 1:13 pm  · 
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randomised

Yeah that’s just a Claes Oldenburg/Coosje van Bruggen sculpture...not really a duck

Aug 12, 21 3:58 am  · 
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natematt

oh. i've never actually entered this building, only driven by it a number of times. You learn something new everyday.

Aug 12, 21 12:03 pm  · 
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Not Oldenburg.

Aug 12, 21 12:50 pm  · 
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tduds

Yes it is.

Aug 12, 21 1:01 pm  · 
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randomised

Not Oldenburg indeed, Oldenburg/Van Bruggen!

Aug 12, 21 3:05 pm  · 
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! The only credit I saw for that was to Gehry. And it’s not as if Claes has any influence on my work.

Aug 12, 21 3:48 pm  · 
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randomised

*Claes and Coosje

Aug 12, 21 4:17 pm  · 
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natematt

Based on the link tduts provided, it would seem as though this is a duck? Am I mistaken?

Aug 12, 21 7:32 pm  · 
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^that's cool. I didn't know you could go inside them like that. Getting closer to a duck, but I still wouldn't consider it a duck. It's still just a very small (albeit cool) portion of the building. The rest of the building is definitely not "duck." Maybe there is a Venn diagram with "building" as one circle, "occupiable sculpture" as the other circle and the portion where they overlap is "duck." This seems within the set of occupiable sculpture, but outside the portion for duck.

Aug 12, 21 8:06 pm  · 
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natematt

I think you're underestimating how duck it is. You can see the door to the other side, both of them appear to be spaces (as also indicated by Tduds link). They are integrated very intentionally into the building and intended as functional program, I'd argue they are far more duck than say the shoe examples above, which are novelty "play" houses for children and not real buildings. the link provided by tduds also clarifies the intention of them being buildings, which is a pretty duck thing to do. A duck will always have non-functional aspects, such as the actual neck and head for the outright ducks, I think that this is essentially as duck as that.

Occupiable space: 


Aug 12, 21 8:24 pm  · 
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So this is really a collaboration between Gehry and Claes (and Coosje). That giant hanging bulb is awesome.

Aug 12, 21 8:36 pm  · 
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The measure of how "duck" a building is isn't in how well the building incorporates functional program into an otherwise unusual form. The original intent behind the duck vs. decorated shed comparison is regarding the structure's communication of intent or meaning. The original duck building was a building to sell ducks and eggs ... it's meaning was unmistakable because of it's form. The architecture communicated the intent through innate symbolism. The decorated shed on the other hand has not innately communicative form and instead relies on signage or other applied symbols to convey the intent of the architecture.

I'd agree with you that many of the examples given on this thread may not be ducks, but rather novelty or some type of kitschy architectural folly (follies could be deserving of their own thread). I think the binoculars here fall into that same category of novelty architecture, but not a duck. That doesn't mean it isn't integrated or useful in the overall architecture, but the binoculars don't impart any particular meaning on the program of the building which was originally that of an advertising agency. Serendipitously they come closer to imparting meaning as office space for Google implying searching or finding through looking, but I still think it would be a stretch to claim it as a duck.

Even if Bushnell bought the building and moved in I still wouldn't call it a duck. I'd call it a cleverly decorated shed. The binoculars by themselves might be a duck, but when applied to the building behind them, they become decoration.

Aug 13, 21 12:37 am  · 
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natematt

Well, at the least, I think it's fair to say it's not a sculpture. (which, honestly wasn't sure about when you initially suggested it, because I really didn't know much about the building.) 

Whether it is actually a duck or a decorated shed is a better conflict. I found, and now have lost a video of a woman explaining how it came to be binoculars, and it sounded rather happenstance, not something to make any sort of argument about meaning. However, I don't recall the duck being quite as you've put it. Pulling out my copy of LFLV, my take away would be that when "symbolic form" (and it does not seem to suggest that it is symbolic of the function), drives and space, structure, and program, it is a Duck. When the others serve a program, and decoration is applied, it's a decorated shed. I would argue this does the former more than the latter. As the symbolic form is binoculars, and the space, structure and program are all bent to serve the creation of that form. That said, they also say things can be both, and are pretty open ended about some of the examples, so maybe they weren't really sure what was or wasn't a duck themselves. I think your point about their connection to the larger building is more appropriate to disqualify it as a duck, or at least make it a weaker example.

Aug 13, 21 2:35 am  · 
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I unfortunately don't have LFLV in my library to reference or to verify. I did include the video of Bob to help explain his thoughts on it which I think support my take on it ... though I'll admit his words may be based on cloudy recollection of what he and his coauthors wrote. I don't have a copy to verify.

I think the latter half of the video supports your conclusion, but I'd argue that it is based more on a discussion of form following function. I think duck vs. decorated shed is part of a discussion of form following function, but more importantly, duck vs. decorated shed is about form communicating function ... regardless of what it follows. Longaberger basket is definitely a duck, but its form isn't really following its function. Without the EIFS buildouts and handles, it would be a fairly banal office building and the form would probably be described as having followed economics. It is a duck however because the form communicated the function.

Aug 13, 21 12:42 pm  · 
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natematt

Sure. It's really a little lose, and I think it's more interesting how the architectural community choses to utilize the concept, more than just the person who came up with it (or popularized it, not sure). Anyway, in LVLV he called the Amiens Cathedral a duck and a decorated shed, so I would maintain that he's got a pretty open definition of either. I like the idea of it being a formal symbol just because that feels more useful to me. There are very few ducks in that definition. There are essentially none with communication of function requirement. But I can also see where that comes from, because the whole topic is largely around buildings as signs, so that makes sense. And there is something inherently very pure about that, which I do like.

Aug 13, 21 4:33 pm  · 
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Leaving LV is reductio ad absurdum.

Aug 13, 21 7:27 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Just catching up on my own thread, to my horror, I've been working a lot again. I think I agree with EA and nate's reading of it. You should get to work on that venn diagram and post it up! 

This was intended to be both a silly and a serious thread, so cheers to you two for delivering the goods on the serious side. What do you think about Gehry? Not his fishes, but just a normal work of his - Disney concert hall for example? I feel like it has so transcended the original structural/ architectural concept (or maybe he was playing the long game?) that it is now self-referentially symbolic of an important public building, and thus all his works in that vein, from Bilbao to LV have become ducks. Duck Simulacra or some shit. 

I think Miles post below of the Native-American themed root beer stand is the same argument you were initially making about novelty in the binocular building, though instead of it being part of a building, it's a standalone novelty. Unless Native American head communicates root beer in some way I'm missing? 

Regardless, love seeing all the weird architecture.

Sep 16, 21 1:40 pm  · 
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I've been thinking about the Big Chief Root Beer stand and I think I'd call it a legit duck. I can't say for certain because I don't know how well-known the brand was, but I think the form of the architecture communicates the brand much like the Longaberger Basket building does. It's maybe a small step removed because the basket for Longaberger is the product, where the root beer for Big Chief isn't necessarily represented in the form like the basket is ... but the branding is what is represented in a "duck" way.

I'm not sure what a contemporary example would be but I could imagine back in the 1930's that the Big Chief branding being well-known enough that when you see this on the side of the road you knew they were selling root beer because you recognize the branding.

Sep 16, 21 7:11 pm  · 
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atelier nobody

Friday fish fry, anyone?

May be an image of outdoors

Aug 13, 21 12:22 am  · 
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natematt

The expression of the fish always gets me.

Aug 13, 21 2:59 am  · 
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Big Chief Root Beer Stand, Kansas City.

Sep 15, 21 9:39 pm  · 
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randomised

Every glass sterlized!

Sep 16, 21 5:01 am  · 
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Kansas City? Inscription on the photograph says Vancouver, Washington. Hangar in the background says Pearson Field which still exists in Vancouver.

Sep 16, 21 9:52 am  · 
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So apparently the stand pictured is in Vancouver, WA but there was at least one other in Kansas City. It apparently operated as an A&W Root Beer Stand at one point as noted in the owner/operator's obituary.

Vancouver, WA:


Kansas City, KS:

Sep 16, 21 7:29 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Nice Miles! Here's another Root Beer Stand:


Sep 16, 21 9:51 am  · 
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An update re: the Coney Island Boardwalk in Bailey, it is now for sale to "a suitable buyer" with some "even entertaining the idea of getting the South Park creators involved like they did with Casa Bonita in Lakewood."

Also of note, apparently correct way to refer to the thing is "the coney"!

Mar 28, 22 4:05 pm  · 
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archanonymous

Excellent, Nam! 

 I saw that article also, actually stopped at the Coney last summer and it was closed and in pretty sad shape.

Love the idea of irreverent cartoonists being the most impactful historic preservationists in Denver in a generation.

Mar 28, 22 6:20 pm  · 
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Yeah we were up at Kenosha Lodge late last year and the Bun/Dog was looking sad. I've always loved turning the bend in road and seeing reminder of my younger days in actual Coney Island. The Casa Bonita news is frankly amazing...Never thought I'd have the reopening on my top rests. for 2022!

Mar 29, 22 12:29 am  · 
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hey ya captain!

Jun 2, 22 10:07 pm  · 
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archanonymous

She's a beaut! 


 Is it two ships, or a catamaran?

I hope the doorbell is a ship's horn.

Jun 4, 22 10:40 am  · 
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