Wobbling Seating, Rare Neutra Sketches, Goodbye to Architectural Excess and DIY Tennis Racket Mirrors

Wobbling Seating, Rare Neutra Sketches, Goodbye to Architectural Excess and DIY Tennis Racket Mirrors

Gregory Han
May 15, 2009
Headstand: a stool that wobbles but never falls over. The same can't be said for people trying to sit upon it.

Neutra's Rarely-Seen Sketches: Brooke Hodge's shares a few images from the Getty Library Gallery, "Richard Neutra, Architect: Sketches and Drawings".

Is It Goodbye to Architectural Excess?: KCRW's Design and Architecture discuss whether the recession has put a halt to architecture of excess. With Frances Anderton speaks with Frank Gehry and Architecture for Humanity's Cameron Sinclair.

DIY Tennis Racket Mirror: Alright, so the Roland Garros tennis themed tables didn't go so well with our Hot or Not poll, but we nevertheless believe they'd make a good "match" with these mirrors. [via Decor8]

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