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576 sf loft/apartment London

with compact kitchen
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twee time

Since the 1990s, we have not seen the emergence of an original collective style that has survived longer than one season. Has fashion simply become both more ephemeral and more violently eclectic, or do those who shape the cultural landscape indeed prefer to look backwards rather than forwards? Perhaps with the exception of the Renaissance, the glorification of the past has tended to be driven by escapism – think, for example, of the Romantic idealization of all things Gothic. It is no coincidence that Spitz’s account commences with the 1950s, a period that occupies a special status in the Twee canon.



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BLECCH


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razor blade


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food pills


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floaters


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architect's residence Miami

flat roof, full height shade shutters, tropical down-town refuge
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12K house Ghent

The first steps taken by the architect and the client start with the search of a suitable building site. Under the architect’s advice, two neighboring houses were purchased, which exceeded the budget of the client. However, this allowed them to redefine the plot boundary and construct a new house on one of the two plots. During the construction of the house, the client could continue living in the adjoining house before selling it.

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skyway (reduced)


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cubo roblas Argentina

great cinderblock residence / about 645 sf living space
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metal roof, metal siding, barn shaped house in Germany

about 970sf living space
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Samuel Moon wood worker

Maker of chairs
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got legs


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Aluminum foam

Via Justin's mom
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Bunker on Little Pea (Columbia) Island in the Long Island Sound off New Rochelle / Pelham, NY

more via Justin
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this Italian beach house would be great in any beach community in the world


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for the steel handrails.


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five cottages Vermont


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live-work row house Montreal


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house with library and beams Costa Rica


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LOW-KEA


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bag of tricks


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At first glance, the day-long celebration of architect Michael Graves, FAIA, organized by The Architectural League of New York in November and subtitled “Past As Prologue,” promised to be a re-examination of the postmodern era in architecture. After all, it was Graves’ 1982 Portland Building that is, according to the movement’s foremost evangelist, Charles Jencks, “the first major monument of Post-Modernism, just as the Bauhaus was of Modernism.”


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wabi sabi Tea house-Tree house Japan


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