This is my third post in the ArchiTalks series where a bunch of internet friends in the online architecture world write an article and post about the same topic on the same day. We most definitely don’t write about the same things however. We’re given a topic capable of a wide range of interpretation which gives a lot of variation in the posts by all who are participating. Bob Borson over at Life of an Architect started this whole thing and it seems to be going well, so we're continuing to do it. Click through to read the whole article.
My wife and I went down to La Jolla a few weeks ago and did a small architecture tour while on our getaway. I brought my camera and made some photos so I thought I'd share (because that's what I do!). We visited four buildings in and around La Jolla, California that I'll be putting here on the blog in separate posts as I get through the images. I posted some of my iPhone shots on my Instagram feed but these are from my main camera and haven't been shown until now, and I'm really happy with how they've turned out.
First up is the Salk Institute for Biological Studies by the master, Louis Kahn, which was built in 1962.
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Strolling in a full wetsuit down Lower Orderville Canyon in Zion Nat'l Park. The water is cold! http://t.co/wnJYGAZioW
RT @archispk: Archispeak turned 2 over the weekend! We recorded our first test episode on October 19, 2012. Happy Anniversary to Neal, Evan and Cormac.
New blog post: Link: Archispeak 44 - Preservation Pants http://t.co/YZeg5gAAZx
Link: Archispeak 44 - Preservation Pants http://t.co/M9zv366tfE
RT @Clarko: When you surround words with underscore like _this_ I imagine the words are using jazz hands for emphasis.
There's a new Method blog post: ✱ How to Print Large Format PDF Drawings to Scale on a Mac http://t.co/85UFg32Uim