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

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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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