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Thumbnail for - Tying the Knot
Feb 19, 2013
DESIGN SCHOOL
Japanese design philosophy takes shape in the simple yet complicated knots that tie fences.
Thumbnail for - Park Blocks of PDX and D.C.
Feb 11, 2013
SLIDE SHOW
The Park Blocks of our young city rank with those in the Nation's Capital, a.k.a. the National Mall.
Thumbnail for - Balthazar Korab, RIP
Feb 3, 2013
APPRECIATION
His photographs of modern architecture were nearly as important as the works themselves in spreading the modernist aesthetic.
Thumbnail for - Can Cities Get Smart?
Jan 21, 2013
DESIGN SCHOOL
Intel's Herman D'Hooge and the U of O Architecture department try to answer the proverbial urban question.
Thumbnail for - John Storrs, Modernist
Jan 20, 2013
OUT AND ABOUT
In the family tree of architects who’ve created our beloved Northwest Regional modernist architecture, John Storrs (1920-2003) was one of the longest, strongest branches.
Thumbnail for - Ada Louise Huxtable, RIP
Jan 14, 2013
APPRECIATION
A strong, smart, critical voice, she led the important discussion about architecture and our culture for half a century.
Thumbnail for - Modernism With Curves
Dec 11, 2012
APPRECIATION
Oscar Niemeyer perfected a sensuous, Brazilian brand of mid-century modernism.
Thumbnail for - Gae Aulenti, RIP
Nov 4, 2012
Appreciation
This multitalented pioneer of post-modern architecture was a designing woman who defied categorization in her native Italy and beyond.
Thumbnail for - Bright Summer Inspirations
Aug 27, 2012
Out and About
You never know when inspiration will strike: see Ellsworth Kelly prints, buy an Arne Jacobsen Swan chair. Belluschi exhibit? Let's see..
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