Sunday, February 12, 2006

Lovely Images, Part I

Just to prove to you that I am the Bad Boy of Architecture Bloggists, I am starting a new series that I'm calling Lovely Images. And what part of this qualifies as Bad Boy behavior? Why, I'm not going to give proper attribution to the deserving architects who designed these wondrous spaces and plans. You simply choose to enjoy them or not. And please note that if you want to see larger versions of the photos or plans, just click on them and a wildly enlarged version will magically appear. OK, maybe it's not magic ... unless you're a Kalahari Bushman or something.



Blogger Lady Marleena said...

i am very fond of your blog..and it really impress me..keep posting all the architecture stuff since i am in that line..

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12:02 AM, February 13, 2006  
Blogger HRlaughed said...

Thank you. That's very nice of you to say. I DID go to your blog, and I'm impressed that you include Sex and the City on your Top 10 DVD list and Pride and Prejudice on your Top 10 books list. I have, or I should say my wife has the first four seasons of Sex on DVD, and we have enjoyed them greatly. Also, while I never read the book, we did see Pride and Prejudice with Kiera Knightly at the theater, and I loved it. Yes, tears and all. Since I never read the book, nor did I see any previous movie versions, I had no knowledge of the storyline and no expectations. The film absolutely floored me. Women around me were handing me their hankies! Every part of that film was perfect from start to finish. Of course, Jane Austin's book is even better, since books are always better than the movies that are made from them. So I would say you have very good judgment because it agrees so well with my own!

1:47 AM, February 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful images! I would love to see the second floor.

I came across your blog while researching the use of technologies by architects. I am in charge of IT for a mid-sized architectural and engineering firm. We are currently facing huge growth in both number of projects and new employees. The younger generation just now coming out of architectural and engineering programs have adopted to newer communication technologies (youtube, IM, blogs, rss feeds, etc.) yet as a firm, we shy away from them, even to the point of restricting thier usage. Communication is changing rapidly. "Email is dead" has been a frequently quoted phrase lately. Why does this industry have to be so slow to adopt?

Keep up the postings as you have found a new follower.

11:28 AM, August 01, 2006  
Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your post and awesome images and it was superb .I would like to hear more from you in future too.

12:58 PM, April 20, 2011  

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