today’s links

Ivor Cutler radio sessions from Peel in ’69 to Kershaw in ’99 – mixture of mp3 and rm (taken from my linklog, broadcast using deloxom)

Denys Lasdun’s arse

…once enjoyed these chairs. And now they’re mine. AHAHAHAHAHA!! A 1962 Robin Day design for Hille. More on Denys: wikipedia, BBC audio, Open University, Archinform. this entry has more images (link) [no, 2 self photos]

today’s links

architect OR architecture charlie rose – Google Video Google video episodes of architecture slots on the Charlie Rose show (thanks Peter!) (taken from my linklog, broadcast using deloxom)

open again

Just received on e-mail from Ed Frith and posted here simply as a celebration of creative detailing. Related entry: Revisit Open House 2005

as lucky can be

Winter camera hibernation is officially over, finally there’s some light worth capturing. (link) [no, 2 self photos]

today’s links

New tool may reveal architectural past – MIT News Office ‘…A computer design tool originally created for animation may soon unlock the secrets of the structure of ancient cathedrals…’ (thanks Avril!) (taken from my linklog, broadcast using deloxom)

today’s links

MA by Research at the Centre for Suburban Studies – Kingston University London ‘…This is particularly well suited for those who wish to develop an independent research project in the multi-disciplinary field of Suburban Studies…’ (taken from my linklog, broadcast using deloxom)


Wait a minute, if we put Matt and Paul’s favcol project together with Geoff’s landscape printer we might at least get a colour reference for the ‘molten rivers of the city’. Tag: favcol+wolverhampton = #625E5E


There was another point to the creme brulee entry, other than simply the celebration of great dessert. It got cut short by workload this morning. The point was also to thank Al for shedding blood, sweat and probably tears to complete an entry for Europan 8 and then, for reasons I won’t go into here, …


Catching up with some old Radio 3 programs this evening. Firstly, The Renzo Piano interview by John Tulsa. RP: “…by the way, architecture is also a very polluted art in the sense that it’s polluted by life, by the complexity of things.” JT: “By compromise.” RP: “Yes, by compromise, but in some way this compromised …