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I LIVE IN BROKLYN AND PAY MY RENT ON TIME EVERY MONTH TO MY LANDLORD MR.GOLDSTEIN

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9e2c48  No.1[Reply]

OY VEY! A BOARD ABOUT BUILDINGS!
>RULES https://8chan.co/arch/rules.html

POST ANY BANNER SUBMISSIONS HERE!
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02477a  No.214[Reply]

Who /gothic/ here?

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02477a  No.219

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discarded


6009dc  No.220

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The original gothic building. Proto gothic if you will.


6009dc  No.221

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6de0a5  No.223

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We still alive aren't we

How can we boost this up


444099  No.230

>>223

>How can we boost this up

I don't know but I wish the board could come back to life.




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29cef9  No.226[Reply]

BUILDING BOOK CLUB

RISE AND SHINE, FAGGOTS.

Any piece of literature related to architecture and architectural styles goes here.

Let's keep this place alive, boys. No imaginary building is out of reach of becoming reality…

29cef9  No.228

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The works regarding Classical and Neo-Classical architecture.

-The architecture of A. Palladio; in four books:

https://www.e-rara.ch/zut/doi/10.3931/e-rara-4821

-The architecture of Marcus Vitruvius Pollio, in ten books;

https://www.e-rara.ch/doi/10.3931/e-rara-19442

-The British architect:

https://resources.library.nd.edu/documents/architecture/Swan-British-Architect-OCR.pdf

I'd appreciate books about the essentials to the structures and elements of a building.


0ea246  No.229

Frampton, K. (2007). Modern Architecture: A Critical History

Hall, P. (2002). Cities of Tomorrow: An intellectual history of urban planning and design in the twentieth century.

Colquhoun, A. (2002). Modern architecture

Koolhaas, R., & Mau, B. (2002). S,M,L,XL.

Forty, A. (2000). Words and Buildings: A vocabulary of modern architecture.

Junichiro Tanizaki, In Praise of Shadows (1993)

Summerson, J. (1980). The Classical Language of Architecture.

Banham, R. (1980). Theory and design in the first machine age.

Jencks, C. (1978). The Language of Post-Modern Architecture

Pevsner, N. (1966). An Outline of European Architecture.

Gaston Bachelard, Poetics of Space (1958)

Le Corbusier. (1986). Towards a new architecture.

Loos, A. (1998). Ornament and Crime: Selected Essays.

Vitruvius, the ten books of architecture




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495077  No.162[Reply]

I have a few questions about various styles of commercial architecture in America. Here's the first one: When is it safe to label a commercial building as "vernacular" as opposed to an actual style? How subdued does whatever style the building was modeled after need to be in order to accurately draw the line?

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9c3dcf  No.197

>>196

I have a question: If you were in charge of planning a tract neighborhood, how would you do it?


c47908  No.199

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>>197

There would be no roofs of a hundred hills & valleys. No pointless bumpouts or useless Tuscan porches. No embellishments which are costly or get in the way. No stone tile, no granite, no stainless steel, no beige or dark gray.

Instead, soft pastels to look restful and inviting. Windows of slim aluminum frames. Garage doors that blend with the house, rather than a glaring box. Interiors trimmed with stained wood. Sidewalks away from curbs, with trees in the gap between.

No "open concept" plans. Kitchens are separate rooms. Windows are planned for light & cross-ventilation. Formal living & informal family rooms. Bedrooms soundproofed from public rooms.

The houses would be ranches of various styles, such as Storybook, Asian, Spanish, Polynesian & French Provincial. Diverse, yet complementary. Nice to look at, and to live in.


9c3dcf  No.201

>>199

>trees between sidewalks and street

I've never thought of that before. Considering that there's just one road, so you don't have a divider to plant them on, and the fact that you can't just force people to pant trees on their own lots, that sounds like a great solution. As for open concept, I hate it too. Why would anyone EVER want to have their living room be part of their kitchen and dining room? The living room is separate for a reason, and "open" does not equal better. Soundproofed rooms are also extremely important, and also something that's been a rare occurrence for decades now, seeing as how houses in America are just carelessly slapped together with the cheapest materials available. Building quality should always come first, but unfortunately, modern developers say otherwise.


c47908  No.202

>>201

The tree thing was actually pretty common in the early part of the 20th century, and though it's rarer now, some recent areas have it as well.

The only reason the public wants "open concept" is because the industry tells them they want it. That's how trends work; hate what you have, buy what we tell you to, rinse & repeat. Form and function have been replaced by pursuit of profit and societal control.


129ccc  No.225

>>162 test




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e45e9a  No.203[Reply]

Are there high density apartments like these that don't look like commie blocks?

e45e9a  No.204

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nevermind, i wasn't aware this board was dead. rip


9602dc  No.211

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>>203

These are my favourites




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2522c9  No.205[Reply]

Here is some pictures of my hometown of Baltimore, Maryland.

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2522c9  No.207

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3rd picture of Baltimore.


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2522c9  No.209

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Last picture.




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c7777d  No.177[Reply]

Hey /arch/ I just got one of these as a first home, I know its a split-level / split-foyer style thingy, but does it actually have a specific style name? I cant find anything online even close to it.

Built in 1965 in Ohio.

5b9ad5  No.178

The house wasn't really built in any specific style. The closest thing you could compare it to is a split-level Ranch, but even that's pushing it.


f07392  No.180

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>>177

Kinda looks like a split-level foursquare.

It's an odd mid-century mix of prairie and colonial styles, but that's not a bad thing.

Please don't mess it up.




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3e8c6f  No.79[Reply]

Is there a name for the style in the background building?

3e8c6f  No.80

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3e8c6f  No.81

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>>80
Looks like mid-30s maybe? Glazed exterior block.. maybe it's an older building with a modern facelift done in the 30s.

Castle style architecture was pretty popular in the 20s..

e08868  No.176

>>79

I'm two years and four months too late, but that's Sullivanesque.

>>80

And that one is a lower-budget example of Tudor Revival. During the Eclectic era, it was very popular (and also considered to be extremely tacky by critics) to design otherwise-generic commercial buildings with various vague references to Medieval European styles.

>>81

The proper name for this style is "Collegiate Gothic".




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05f5b8  No.97[Reply]

Victorian architecture thread. Anyone alive?

05f5b8  No.98

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>>97
Not quite Vic, but I did find this strange gem in my city. Probably the oldest house in the city, it looks like 1870s, or some sort of eclectic style.

05f5b8  No.99

I'm here, don't have Victorian buildings though

Polite bump

05f5b8  No.100

wow this board is spooky

I wanna do a residential porn dump but no one would see it here

so imma do it in about 10hrs on /b/

05f5b8  No.114

>>98

Looks to me like an early HH Richardson house if its located in Massachusetts or Connecticut.


a4a79f  No.175

>>98

Let's see if I can manage to point out every style that this house is a combination of.

>Tudor chimneys, patterned brickwork, diamond muntins, and shape of right bay (parapet gable above two-story bay window), which is complete with battlements and gargoyles

>French Chateau parapet above wall dormer on the left, as well as a tall French roof behind it

>Italian or Spanish roof tiles

>Romanesque rustication on turret, the turret itself is a feature of both Romanesque and Queen Anne, and the parapet on the right of the house is both a Romanesque and Tudor feature

>Federal-style muntins on turret

>Renaissance arch above alcove in the middle of the house, and another one above the two-story bay window on the right

>vaguely-classical portico

>Adam-style mouldings, although the Adam style isn't actually a style of architecture

>house is arranged in Queen Anne format




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f0f6f2  No.155[Reply]

To the odd lurker who wandered in this dead board: have you saved any house plans you might like to build?

tweet 'em

f0f6f2  No.156

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I hate attached or built in garages on a property with a yard. A separate structure adds so much life to a property.


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f0f6f2  No.158

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I love the old southern homes in New Orleans' garden district.


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1d0943  No.82[Reply]

Why don't we build any more googie shit? I liked it.

Maybe with so many hipsters we might see a revival of retrofuturism, but it's not the same if it's ironic :(

I want buildings like a UFO

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I'd love to see a return to Googie, even mid-century modern would be nice

1d0943  No.90

Because another decade did it. There's a word for that now. It's called "dated". What this word means is that if another decade does something, we're never allowed to do it again.

Sounds stupid right?

It gets worse. Most of today's public is brainwashed so when they encounter something "dated" their instant reaction is to destroy it and replace with something "fresh" and "modern" (meaningless buzzwords) even if the replacement is inferior. "Who cares if that library is earthquake-proof, beautifully decorated and brilliantly laid out? Gut it/tear it down, it's so '80s!"

1d0943  No.153

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>>90

Not to mention the Googie style and its most emblematic member (John Lautner) were villifyed by the International Style clique (the Globalists Jews) in the middle of Los Angeles (Tel Aviv West), so any mention of the trend is seen as trying to make a clown house

These days it's seen as a joke and kitsch, but being inside the UFO one and near the Acapulco Beach Mansion i can truly say they are flashy as hell, instant boner being in those sites, and they aren't badly made, or even faked




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553d4f  No.134[Reply]

brutalism thread

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553d4f  No.136

>>135

I'd say that's Modern mainly because of the composition of space and the rejection of expressed structure. The Brutalist movement arose from Moderism when the modernists started searching for a more pure expression of structure as a form-making logic. So it's easy to confuse the two. It's not always true that a massive concrete building is Brutalist. Even though this is a contemporary building the Modern aesthetic still persists.

http://www.inaquicarnicero.com/


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553d4f  No.138

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The original board form master


553d4f  No.139

>not always true that a massive concrete building is Brutalist

Having said that, I wonder if a Brutalist building can be made of materials other than concrete?


553d4f  No.152

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I was about to make this board but i'm not even half in the career

Thank God someone else made it

Big note to Paul Rudolph, guy might've been a giant fag but he did a lot of relevant stuff, shame he never got the attention many others got with the Jewtzker

>>139

I think it's basically about an expressive/meaningful, highly functional structure made with poured-in material with little to none ornaments, in this case the most accesible pour-in material would be concrete, to try and make it homogenous and united as an whole by the mere eye

Basically trying to turn a building into a sculpture while also not dooming it to be a monument, i guess with the new resin/big 3D printed pieces some small european hipster structures can be said to be brutalist in its elemental meaning




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ed965a  No.150[Reply]

ITT: Metabolism

Opinions, pics, discussion on the concept, anything.

Starting with a classic, Habitat 67.

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afa19b  No.115[Reply]

tweet references to real buildings and places that can be found in anime.

Not allowed are obvious landmarks such as Tokyo Tower.

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This thread is bumpin af tbh




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