Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Garvey House, by Bruce Goff

I love the architecture of Bruce Goff. Where other architects create boxes borrowed from the past, or assemblages making you fear for the future, Goff was always seeking to create a three-dimensional wonderland packed full of human delight.

Like this, his first design for the Garvey House.

One of a series of beautiful animations done by Skyline Ink Animation Studios for a recent exhibition of Goff’s work in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Center.

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