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Crystal Cathedral - Garden Grove

““Come as you are … In the family car!” – Robert Schuller

I am not religious, but I am spiritual – I have visited several Hindu temples- Prayer Halls-Monasteries, Mosques-tombs and Churches-Missions-Cathedrals. 648 more words

Architecture

To Corb or not to Corb

I am at this moment watching a Swiss video called Le Corbusier: Why he is adored and detested. The screenshot from the video atop this post captures his pitch to build another of his machines for dying in (yes, that’s what they look like), and also the curl of his lip as he pushes it on a gullible group of design mavens. 986 more words

Architecture

Arches At The Houston Water Wall

Arches At The Houston Water Wall

Photograph by Mabry Campbell, Houston, Texas, 2014

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openhouse magazine

The second issue of OPENHOUSE magazine is out. If you haven’t seen it yet go to the web to find your nearest stockist or buy on-line. 40 more words

Openhouse

Philip Johnson | most POWERFUL / INFLUENTIAL architect of all time

Philip Johnson like you never thought he’d be: self-mocking, hilarious… and wise of course.

“I didn’t know I was such a famous and delightful person”

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Brinkman and The International Style in Architecture

On the 22nd of March 1902, Dutch architect and exponent of Nieuwe Bouwen, (modern architecture in the Netherlands), Johannes Andreas Brinkman was born in Rotterdam. He is perhaps best known for the design of the former Van Nelle Factory, a prime example of the International Style, which his architectural office, Brinkman & Van der Vlugt, drafted for the site on the Schie river in Rotterdam. 814 more words

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Inside the Waterwall

Inside the Gerald D. Hines Waterwall

Photograph by Mabry Campbell, Houston, Texas, 2015

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