The Love of Buildings
margaret at onr.com
Tue Dec 21 23:50:12 EST 2004
I know this thread has kind of died, but I sent some of it to a friend
and thought you all would like her take on it.
> Maybe this explains some of Gehry's work -- notably the Experience
> Music thing at the Seattle Center. Buildings that have gone psychotic
> because nobody could possibly love them, for instance?
>> To understand this interchange, you have to know that a while ago the
>> dwj list was discussing an article about some woman who considers
>> herself married to a portion of the Berlin Wall. Really. She has a
>> whole web page explaining what she calls Object-Sexuality.
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: RE: Subject: Re: CS Lewis (Was: Favourite books) Date: Tue,
>> 14 Dec 2004 11:42:05 +0200 From: Gili Bar-Hillel
>> <gbhillel at netvision.net.il> <mailto:gbhillel at netvision.net.il>
>> Reply-To: dwj at suberic.net <mailto:dwj at suberic.net> To:
>> dwj at suberic.net <mailto:dwj at suberic.net>
>> > > >>
>> > > >> *I have distinctly animist tendencies that make
>> > > >> it a bit more complicated than that......
>> > > >
>> > > >
>> > > >Now, you're not going to go off and marry a wall are you Ven?
>> > Melissa:
>> > >Ven won't settle for anything less than a two-story condo with a good
>> > >of the street.
>> > Hee hee! So it's one of those girl-meets-house romances.
>> In that case you need a rival for her affections to appear in Chapter 4 -
>> maybe a suavely minimalist warehouse conversion?
>> Which will turn out, after a brief fling, to be harbouring a deep dark
>> secret: it's actually merely a sublet, and the owners are looking to
>> sell -
>> plus which the downstairs neighbors are a late-nite disco, of the wrong
It's finished! The bead embroidery book is here. Lots of pretty pictures at
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