Category Archives: architecture

software: where’s my ARchitect identifier?

One of the oft-touted promises of Google Glass and other Augmented Reality headsets is you’ll look at something and the headset will indicate or say what it is. Meanwhile in the real world, a friend posts great cityscape photographs and … Continue reading

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architecture: fixing SFMOMA

It looks like up-and-coming starchitects Snøhetta have figured out how to fix the bad Mario Botta design with their massive planned expansion. They junk that stupid ugly staircase peering out on the cheap siding lining the dull box of the original atrium.
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Mannerism and the end of post-modernism

Maybe this aperçu from Peter Schjeldahl in the New Yorker explains why the noughties of this new millennium have been underwhelming. I want to live in the modern age, even if I have to go retro to do so! … … Continue reading

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