Category Archives: Architecture

Breuer – Church at St. John’s Abbey

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BKK (Conglomerate Urbanism)

These complexes, also known as “Conglomerate Urbanism”, combine various individual building prototypes into often spectacular vertical environments, exaggerating the already complex organization of the informal city into a conglomerate object, and challenge in the process many conventional notions of urbanism, both formal and informal. –Ferda Kolatan, Critic

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ORD (Waiting)

As of 2015, O’Hare is the fourth-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic with 875,136 aircraft movements and passenger volume topping out at  76,949,336. Yet, at 8am on a Wednesday in December, International Terminal No. 5 still has silent spaces for waiting/anxiety.

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SEA (Library, Upwards)

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MSP (Four Seasons Mall)

“Which season is the brown one?”

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FAR (Moorhead City Hall)

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MSP – Brutalism 

How have I missed this gem? 

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STP (No Matter Where I Go, It Is Never Home)

If you lived here… you’d be a Modernist by now. From the “University Grove Neighborhood Website”:  The University Grove neighborhood, tucked in a quiet, wooded corner next to the University of Minnesota St. Paul campus, is a showcase of midwestern residential architecture. The 103 homes built for professors and administrators over a 60-year period represent […]

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GYY (Empty Night)

(Gary, Indiana – Post Office) (Gary Indiana – Methodist Church)

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STP (Notary, Night)

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