Saturday, August 21, 2010

Canadian Coast, and Architecture

I just finished over a month and a half of backlogged reader, and apparently the only stuff I starred along the way was JGL-related (whoops), and this, which is actually quite neat, despite the fact that it's in Canada. Thx Newfoundland. (I would write more about it but it's actually as pretentious as architecture gets, being a one-room studio for "writing". I'm always suspicious of architecture built to service writers, even something as isolated and without electricity as Heidegger's Black Forest Mountain hut (photo at bottom). Maybe that's just me. Maybe that's why I never write anymore.

Saunders Architecture

Fogo Island Studio

Heidegger's Home, in the Black Forest Mountains of Germany

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