Published Writings 8 - as referred to by *

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articles with Descriptive and Analytical/Critical content

 

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GA HOUSES 9 - Cover
GA HOUSES 9 - Cover
GA HOUSES 9 - Contents
GA HOUSES 9 - Contents

Special/Introductory Essay on the Cranbrook Academy President's House by Eliel Saarinen

GA HOUSES 9 - Contents
GA HOUSES 9 - Contents

FEATURE: New Waves 2 "young" Designers, also included my Davis House (see Portfolio 2)

TEXAS ARCHITECT Jan-Feb-1985
TEXAS ARCHITECT Jan-Feb-1985

FEATURE - Cover Story 15 page review "Expanding the Modernist Tradition of E.L. Barnes". This includes the Dallas Museum of Art, and putting Edward Larabee Barnes' career in context. It was cited in the book 'Building the New Museum' (Princeton Architectural Press - 1986) at length from this TEXAS ARCHITECT.

CASABELLA 662-663
CASABELLA 662-663

Special Double Issue Themes: Europe/America/America-Europe My first look at the Case Study House #9 for John Entenza

CASABELLA 673-674
CASABELLA 673-674

The Yale Hockey Rink (Ingalls Rink), employing a "hung" roof from a central spine. Title is "Intentions in Tension".

CASABELLA 695-696
CASABELLA 695-696

The TWA Terminal by Eero Saarinen at Idlewild (now JFK) International Airport.

CASABELLA 706-707
CASABELLA 706-707

Critique of Eero Saarinen's IBM Manufacturing Plant in Rochester, MN. Its purpose was to produce computers, and as such was designed as an "indeterminate structure" of flexible modules, capable of repetition as needed.

ptah COVER
ptah COVER

Published by the Finnish Society of Architects. A lecture I delivered in Helsinki, comparing the conundrum between the Entenza House and the J.Irwin Miller House in Canada. If Saarinen wasn't "orthodox" with an unrelenting "style", then he was "heterodox".

AD January 1971
AD January 1971

"Colin Rowe put me up to it!!" While author/teacher/critic/Legend Colin was a Visitor, I posited to him a question about the apparent degeneration of Iconic/'Heroic' "Modern Style" as in LeCorbusier via Richard Meier, and the transformation into Stereotype, followed by "just another option".

PERSPECTA 23 (2001)
PERSPECTA 23 (2001)

Theme: RESURFACING MODERNISM My piece was picked up by a young author (who didn't know me) as the lead in his article in PERSPECTA 23 (2001), exactly 30 years later. The Credit Line read: "page from Architectural Design January 1971".