Posts Tagged 'imho'

The ghost of the Ghost Parking Lot

In 1978, in an anonymous car park near the “Hamden Plaza” shopping center in Hamden (Connecticut), was created a fascinating and unique work of art: the Ghost Parking Lot, designed by SITE/James Wines. This is an example of a “site-specific” project, which has its own particular expressive power in its placing inside a generic, trivial and anonymous urban setting: twenty cars -

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The ghost of the Ghost Parking Lot

In 1978, in an anonymous car park near the “Hamden Plaza” shopping center in Hamden (Connecticut), was created a fascinating and unique work of art: the Ghost Parking Lot, designed by SITE/James Wines. This is an example of a “site-specific” project, which has its own particular expressive power in its placing inside a generic, trivial and anonymous urban setting: twenty cars -

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“Architectural memes”: about influence, legacy and hurry in architecture

“Architectural memes” was originally posted in Italian last march in our blog. As a reprint it will be officially published on the Italian architecture webzine “Channelbeta” next week. Here is a preview for our aficionados. I don’t think it is

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“Architectural memes”: about influence, legacy and hurry in architecture

“Architectural memes” was originally posted in Italian last march in our blog. As a reprint it will be officially published on the Italian architecture webzine “Channelbeta” next week. Here is a preview for our aficionados. I don’t think it is

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