For those of you who follow along over on Project Neon, it’s not exactly a secret that I like neon signs, and I’ve certainly talked about it in a lot of places. Still, though, the “Thing I Like” series wouldn’t be complete without a few words on those magical glowing tubes.
The lampposts of Central Park have a secret beyond their alluring glow.
Another thing I like: volvelles, those wonderful, graphical disks of knowledge.
Not all who wander are lost, but some of us are for a moment here or there.
Music for living and learning.
Registration marks are intriguing and beautiful, don’t you agree?
The first entry in a new series: Things I like (and why.)
Terroir and architecture: some thoughts on what I love in food and what I’ve been missing in architecture.
A very small part of a Special Mention at the Venice Architectural Biennale for yours truly.
A new (daytime) project to explore the city…
I love architectural-scale art that reimagines some mundanity. I’m in no state for expeditions at the moment (been under the …
Hello all. I’m afraid I’ve had to disable comments here for the time being — there has been a huge …
Fun & games from the world of modeling.
New York City’s privately owned public spaces need to be documented. Can you help?
This pisses me off.
Memories of my first computer.
Sectionality is beautiful and educational.
Advice for those studying architecture.
The Project Neon show opens Friday the 23rd at the City Reliquary.
Great architectural vignettes made from found objects by Toronto photographer David Trautrimas.