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Faculty of linguistics: facade and connection to context

Faculty of literature, Univ. of A'dam: elevation

Faculty of literature, Univ. of A'dam: plan

Faculty of literature, University of Amsterdam

Faculty of literature, University of Amsterdam: elevation

Faculty of literature, University of Amsterdam: foyer from above

Faculty of literature: Univ. of A'dam: facade detail

Fargo-Moorhead Culture Center Bridge, south elevation


Fascism, Democracy, and The Modern Language of Architecture

Fifth Phase 1987-1992: "Detroit River Place" and "Tricentennial Bridge" the site for Expo 2000-2001

Fig. 10: "Free Yo' Mind" postcard

Fig. 10: Gala looking at the Mediterranean Sea which from a Distance of 20 Meters is Transformed into a Portrait of Abraham Lincoln, 1976

Fig. 10: Grand Palais plan

Fig. 10: Pond System Abstract: organizational diagram of storm water lines being diverted to pond systems

Fig. 10: Section/Elevation

Fig. 10: The Urban Ecology Sanctuary was designed by students in a community process facilitated by Chicago architect Paul Alt.

Fig. 10: View of Ambiguous Bounaries: Slippage of 1405 over 1407

Fig. 11/12/13: The project, designed by Pat West, is based on a theory of hip hop culture.

Fig. 11: "Infrastructure" postcard

Fig. 11: Christie/Bickford/Montrose demonstration site: illustrating conceptual connected pond system running through two parks and a school yard

Fig. 11: Exploded axonometric

Fig. 11: Tarragona

Fig. 11: The Interlocking Plan, building containing ten units, Second Floor

Fig. 12/13: Perspective renderings

Fig. 12: "Will Rise?" postcard

Fig. 12: A detail proposal for a linear pond at the southwest corner of Trinity Bellwoods Park

Fig. 12: Paris - by Tim Heron, with permission

Fig. 12: Townhouse, Ground floor/Second floor/Plan/Elevation

Fig. 13: "Detroit Free Press Strike" postcard

Fig. 13: Fundacio Antoni Tapies, Barcelona

Fig. 13: St. George Street looking south

Fig. 13A, 13B, 13C: Elevation of Townhouse building containing ten units.

Fig. 14/15/16: This site is located in-between several warehouses, partially occupied buildings, and two partial facades

Fig. 14: Closeup of west border of city

Fig. 14: Istanbul

Fig. 14: Plan of Sidney Smith Square

Fig. 14A, 14B: Mental Map A: Music student's Townhouse, Ground Floor/Second Floor

Fig. 15: Closeup of group of cards from Fig. 14

Fig. 15: St. George Street archive image circa 1905

Fig. 15A, 15B: Mental Map B: Artist's Townhouse, Ground Floor/Second Floor

Fig. 16: "Before" shot prior to Revialization, east side St. George Street

Fig. 16: Closeup of single card from Fig. 15

Fig. 16A, 16B: Mental Map C: Boy's Townhouse, Ground Foor/Second Floor ("The rooms are not this much apart")

Fig. 17/18: Drawing on the "power from powerless" theme of the hip hop culture, I created a space that would erase the "vacant lot" and replace it with "valued space"

Fig. 17: Closeup of stamp from Fig. 16

Fig. 17: Night views into apartments

Fig. 17: West side of St. George Street looking south

Fig. 18: "Window Dressing" postcard

Fig. 18: East side of St. George Street

Fig. 18: Night view of man in window: Lafayette Towers, "heterotopia of dwelling"

Fig. 19, 20: Ventilation panels and heating causeways, Lafayette Towers, detail

Fig. 19: Postcard

Fig. 19: Sidney Smith Square looking southwest

Fig. 1: Barcelona

Fig. 1: Oblique shot of map

Fig. 1: Party wall during window replacement, spring 1977

Fig. 1: Sidney Smith Square looking northeast

Fig. 1: Site photo

Fig. 1: The spaciousness of Panurbia

Fig. 1: Trojan Horse

Fig. 1: Windowless frontage

Fig. 1A, 1B, 1C: Locke's spatial principle

Fig. 20: "Detroit" postcard

Fig. 21: Lafayette Towers (1961-63)

Fig. 22: West Tower reflected in East Tower, Lafayette Park

Fig. 23: Layfayette Towers, efficiency apartment-view east toward periphery wall

Fig. 24: Layfayette Towers, efficiency apartment-view toward corridor

Fig. 25: Layfayette Towers, parking structure and pool

Fig. 26: Two-story Townhouse building, Layfette Park

Fig. 2: Bonus Army Camp

Fig. 2: Defence Corps building

Fig. 2: Detroit Street Map

Fig. 2: Office parks in Fairfax County

Fig. 2: Party wall - Sound waves, moveable closet - student project

Fig. 2: Seville

Fig. 2: Trinity Bellwoods Park proposal - Model of park showing new bridges, restored ravine profile with new connected pond system

Fig. 2: West Mall

Fig. 2A, 2B, 2C: Lefebvre's spatial principle

Fig. 3: Aerial photo of downtown Detroit, 1995

Fig. 3: Atomized initial sites of Foucault's thesis

Fig. 3: Garrison Watershed and City Context showing built form and highlighted open spaces

Fig. 3: Master plan

Fig. 3: Parking

Fig. 3: Party wall - Adjacencies + Encroachments - student project

Fig. 3: Placa de las Olles, Barcelona

Fig. 3: Resurrection City

Fig. 3: Urban Renewal 1

Fig. 4: Adjacencies: Layfayette Tower rising behind the two story rowhouses

Fig. 4: Anti-apartheid shanties

Fig. 4: Archival map of Trinity Bellwoods Park showing original ravine profile

Fig. 4: Banding at the WestPark Office Park

Fig. 4: Block Structure

Fig. 4: Detail of patched aerial photo card

Fig. 4: Heterotopian links of Foucault's thesis

Fig. 4: Placa de las Olles

Fig. 4: Urban Renewal 2

Fig. 5/6: Kimbell museum (model/entry)

Fig. 5/6: Street images of the city

Fig. 5: Adjacencies: view from townhouse toward courtyard house

Fig. 5: Alternative link theorized from Foucault's initial thesis

Fig. 5: Building Site

Fig. 5: Girona

Fig. 5: Photomontage

Fig. 5: This bridge is buried intact, as is most of the ravine lands shown in the picture

Fig. 5: View of WestPark Office Park from Tyson's Galleria

Fig. 6: Adjacencies: views of the west tower and of the Layfayette Pavilion beyond, from an East Tower effacing apartment

Fig. 6: Model

Fig. 6: Rome

Fig. 6: Surrounded by a housing project, a YMCA, a library, an abandoned bank and a demolished grocery store, this site, currently used as a parking lot, was selected for a community center.

Fig. 6: Tadashi Kawamata - Toronto Project 1989

Fig. 6: Watershed showing ravine profile, Garrison Sewer, institutions and open spaces

Fig. 6: WestPark plan

Fig. 7: De Menil secions

Fig. 7: Low rise buildings - planting plan

Fig. 7: Major geographical landforms, and the ravine profile

Fig. 7: Overall back of map

Fig. 7: Revised Advertising materials

Fig. 7: Robert Taylor Homes

Fig. 7: Rome

Fig. 7: Site axonometric

Fig. 7: White House Project 1995

Fig. 8/9: Swiss pavilin/Unite section

Fig. 8/9: The Courtyard of DuSable High School is the future site of the Urban Ecology Sanctuary

Fig. 8: Model shot of proposed greenway

Fig. 8: Nimes

Fig. 8: Overall front of map

Fig. 8: Ravine profile superimposed over original park lot division with existing street and built form superimposed

Fig. 8: Site Plan

Fig. 8: Stair landing and window pots

Fig. 9: "Graffitti Claim" postcard

Fig. 9: Linear Dynamics: open space network and areas of confluence

Fig. 9: New York City

Fig. 9: Plan

Fig. 9: View of "encroaching bedroom" wall of neighbor's unit - two-story town house, upper level

Fig. 9: Weaving

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figure 01 Mono Lake Non-Site Cinders Near Black Point (Mono Lake, California, 1968)

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figure 02 A Ten Mile Walk (England, 1968)

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figure 03 Double Negative (Overton, Nevada, 1969-70)

figure 04

figure 04 Spiral Jetty (Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1970)

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figure 05 Lightning Field (Quemado, New Mexico, 1977)

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figure 06 Walter de Maria greeting a plane on the site of Cross (El Mirage Dry Lake, Nevada, 1968)

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figure 07 Landing Strip, process sketch (1999)

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figure 08 Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret, Pavillon Suisse (Cite Universtaire, Paris, 1932)

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figure 09 Farnsworth House (Plano, Illinois, 1945-50)

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Figure 1 (top): Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80, partial plan, Monograph of the Work of McKim, Mead & White, 1879-1915

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figure 10 Partially Buried Woodshed (Kent State, 1970)

Figure 10: The University Club, New York, NY, 1896-99, southeast view, 1905

figure 11 Vietnam Veterans Memorial (Washington, D.C., 1982)

Figure 11: Columbia University, Morningside Campus, New York, NY, 1894, proposed plan, dated May 1894 and final plan dated 1894, highlighted courtyard drawing

Figure 12: Washington, D.C., photograph of the Mall, looking east, ca. 1901

Figure 13: Senate Park Commission rendering of the plan from a point 4,000 feet above Arlington

Figure 14: Senate Park Commission rendering of Union Square

Figure 15: Senate Park Commission rendering of Washington Monument Gardens and Mall, from the original rendering

Figure 16: Senate Park Commission rendering of the proposed development of the site for the Lincoln Memorial, seen from the east, from the original rendering

Figure 1: Victoria Park, Detroit, Michigan

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Figure 2: Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80, elevation, Monograph of the Work of McKim, Mead & White, 1879-1915

Figure 2: Renaissance Center Detroit, Michigan

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Figure 3 (below): Newport Casino, Newport, RI, 1879-80, courtyard

Figure 3. Li-Ping's wood-framed, temporary, above-ground banking system.

Figure 3: Pole Town Cadillac Plant Detroit, Michigan

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Figure 4: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-95, aerial perspective across Copley Square

Figure 5: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-95, photo of facade facing Copley Square, ca. 1901

Figure 5: Final Scheme - Victoria Park Detroit, Michigan

Figure 6: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-95, perspective of Copley Square

Figure 6: Infill Housing Scheme for Detroit

Figure 7: Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, 1887-95, longitudinal section

Figure 7: Mid-Cities Residential Project Detroit, Michigan

Figure 8: Boston Public Library, stair hall, Boston, MA, 1887-95, Digital Photography Academy

Figure 8: Chene and St. Aubin Parks Detroit, Michigan

Figure 9: The University Club, New York, NY, 1896-99, floor plans, Monograph of the Work of McKim, Mead & White, 1879-1915

Final scenarios (img.009)

Fireplace alcove in Freer's own room

Fireplace of the guest bedroom, second floor northeast corner, showing the space created by the addition to "Chamber F" of the old house

First floor - 1910

First floor hall

First floor hall showing dining

First floor plan

First floor plan of House VI, 1976

First floor plan, 1890

First floor plan, 1910

First sketch 1970: Detroit multi-level urban space and multipurpose civic bridge for pedestrians

Flapjacks, 1893

Flawed Rationalism

Fleece-covered seat on step level of new entrance interchange.

Flights of Fanciful Steel, The Chrysler Building, New York City

Floor plan for the Chicago and Alton Greenville, Illinois depot of 1885

Florence -- "Castrum Romanum" or Roman Camp and its development

Florence. "Partita di Calcio", 1984.

Flow of space around massive, articulated arches.

Footprint showing various additions made to Freer's home during his lifetime

For Demilitarization Of The Act Of Building

For Pedestrians Only

For Pedestrians Only Multipurpose -- Old Market Square in Cracow Forum of Cracow for religious, cultural, governmental, social and also commercial activity.

Ford Auditorium



Foster, Chris

Found in Translation: The Hunt for the Absent Landscape

four sketches executed at the American Academy in Rome, 1983

Fourth Phase 1982-1984: Chalk Talks, illustrating-among others-Belle Isle extension, and the Detroit-Windsor Linking Structure

Frank Fantauzzi and Michael Williams

Frank Lloyd Wright: Kaufmann House (Falling Water), 1936-39

Frederick S. Church (left) and Freer, 1892

Frederick S. Church as a bear ringing Freer's doorbell, 1891

frederick s. church's doorbell design

Freer bedroom fireplace

Freer comparing Whistler's Venus Rising from the Sea to an Islamic glazed vessel, 1909

Freer examining a scroll painting, 1909

Freer Gallery of Art courtyard

Freer Gallery of Art Facade

Freer's bedroom, north wall, 1996

Freer's dressing room

Freer's dressing room, north wall, 1996

Freer's home and garden, ca. 1895

freer's new home

Freer's sitting room

From An Architect's Sketchbook, 1912

From Bibl. Naz., Turin Ris., 59-3, No. 18

From Hospital Sketches, 1917

From Notebook Sketches, 1873

From Paddington to Victoria

From the Sketch Book -- Tuscany. A girl carrying. 1984. Orvieto.

From The Study of Architectural Design by John Harbeson

From Wescher

Front (west) elevation, Perry residence

Front and rear elevation with section through shed

Front door, 1981

Front facade, 1892

fruit carving on southern mantel of main hall fireplace

Furniture Scale

Future residential college

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