London dAdA work no. 331.. The Ghosts of Architecture Past Posted on October 29, 2008 by Michael St.Mark The Ghosts of Architecture Past c. 2008 Michael St.Mark Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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Great title to this none!
Thanking you dear kiki… yes, but a bit spooky too.
Most recent architecture seems all about variations on a box theme. “Coincidently” cheaper to put up as well.
60s/70s social housing tower block architects should have been made to live in their own monstrous creations for a year…. or ten – and without the stressed housewife daily blue valium.
The reflections are lovely…
So too was the architecture once, PIP.
btw sorry to learn your latest date a “no show”, there’s nothing so deflating in the whole world.
Don’t take it personally lass – put it down to stage fright.
Other people are much more fragile and insecure than we imagine.