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Prunings XXVII
Michael Wesely


On blogs discovered recently or otherwise.

Aesthetic Grounds: on public art and public space.

art torrents points us to Christian Volckman's Renaissance, No-Stop City by Archizoom Associati, and these Gregor Schneider catalogues.

candyland, whose installments of touring the bush we always eagerly await.

Longitudinal Slum, according to J.B. Jackson, is “an intermittent eyesore of drive-ins, diners, souvenir stands, purulent amusement parks, cheap-jack restaurants, and the kind of cabins my companion describes as mailboxes.” Geoff DeOld and Emily Andersen, 2/3 of the much missed blog theboxtank, are our guides.

Perfect City discusses the future of cities.

Superuse.org is “an online community of designers, architects and everybody else who is interested in inventive ways of recycling.”


2 COMMENTS —
  • arttorrents
  • May 6, 2007 at 7:44:00 AM CDT
  • Thanks a lot. I've been following this blog for quite some time as well.


  • Anonymous
  • May 7, 2007 at 3:31:00 AM CDT
  • Superuse is an online community of designers, architects and everybody else who is interested in inventive ways of recycling.


    Now Superuse gives away a free copy of its new book every week to the most active contributor to the site. 'superuse, constructing new architecture by shortcutting material flows' is written by Ed van Hinte and 2012Architects and published by 010 publishers.
    So join www.superuse.org and add your favourite examples of reuse in design and architecture....


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