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December 23, 2004

Frozen Music

Frozen_music“You should never build on top of something directly. If you build on top of a hill, you lose the hill.” -Frank Lloyd Wright

Blueprints of sitcom houses by Mark Bennett

My visit to the Villa Savoye, designed by Le Corbusier and Pierre Janneret, in Poissy. (From Coudal’s Architectural Links)

The Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, DPRK: 1,082 feet tall, 105 floors, 3.9 million square meters of floor space. And it is completely empty. It doesn't even have windows

The Warsaw’s Congress Hall. (From ”Kinuk”)

Seattle's New Central Library Offers Civic Validation, a Huge Collection of Material, and a Staggering Number of Startling New Ways to Die

The Canopy project, made out of fresh bamboo. (From “Daily Dose of Architecture”)

How skyscrapers work

Re-post: In the Blinkenlights Gallery you find a selection of the best Blinkenlights Movies as GIF animations

Legerlings Swedish home

Berlin in 1945 and in 1985

Like last year, Merry Christmas from Jacquie Lawson

I went sailing on a Caribbean vacation for a few weeks. This post has been pre-blogged for your enjoyment. Any complains will have to wait until my return. Today’s “Blog Of The Day” will be on hold until after Christmas. Many More Unusual architectural Links Here

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