Watching this great panel from @getty:
“Approaches to Conserving Modern Architecture in the USA”
40 Years in the Making: The restoration of Milton Glaser’s mural, “Color Fuses”, and this mini documentary is featured in Dwell this month.
Inside Temple Beth-El, designed in 1973 by Minoru Yamasaki. (at Temple Beth El)
The backside of Temple Beth-El, designed in 1973 by Minoru Yamasaki. (at Temple Beth El)
Flying Machine. (at Veterans Memorial Plaza)
See ya later, Cranbrook. (at Cranbrook)
A pretty great morning of talks that ended with a discussion with Alexandra Lange, Eames Demetrious, and Alexandra Girard’s “Doll House” from the Miller House & Garden. (at Cranbrook Art Museum)
Saarinen’s futuristic Exhibition Hall. (at General Motors Technical Center)
The 1950s Saarinen-designed GM Technical Center is remarkable in that it seems to work today in much the same way it was built more than 50 years ago. (at General Motors Technical Center)
The case work for the Michigan Modern Exhibition is pretty great. Check out the details on the risers, which are picking up notions of Eames Designs. (at Cranbrook Art Museum)
A handsome gate finial designed by a teenaged Eero Saarinen. (at Cranbrook)
Organic Arm Chair by Eames. (at Cranbrook Art Museum)
In the middle of Cranbrook School. (at Cranbrook)
Working in this handsome 1969 I. M. Pei designed library today. (at Bartholomew County Public Library)
Old Holland, traditional powdered pigments to the humble collapsible paint tube. An artist’s Colourmen since 1664.
Tea Mäkipää’s Eden II with Andrea Zittel’s Indy Island in the background.
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So, good news/bad news. Bad news: the queen in my hive at Arlington Farms ceases to be. How do I know? I found some ...
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