System3, at bottom, Burst*008 at MoMA. (Photos by C-M.)
I’m kinda buried under a couple of impending deadlines as well as an imminent vacation. So, no Digest. I do, however, have a photo report on the Prefab show at MoMA, which explores the history of the world of prefab housing. It’s definitely worthwhile if you’re into architecture. Among many other things, the exhibit on the 6th floor has an early model of Moshe Safdie’s Habitat ’67. (Though, unless I missed something, I was bummed to see that Shigeru Ban’s cardboard houses were nowhere to be seen. What gives?) Of the new houses, situated in a lot by MoMA’s main entrance, I dug Burst*008 the most for, literally, doing away with the box. Plus, the daisy pattern was inspired. Rock on.
The show is up through October 20th.
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As attractive as a pair of new designer heels. (And just as uncomfortable.)
Posted by C-Monster.