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I’ve seen amazing things, the desert of North Chili at day break and dawn, the results of the earthquake in Santiago and Valparaíso in February 2010, the beautiful colour changes of the australian Uluru at 5 am, the breath taking beaches of Tahiti, the surprising hot spring of Kyushu in Japan, the Starbucks-free streets from Cuba…

All those moments will be lost in time…

I’ve seen amazing things, the desert of North Chili at day break and dawn, the results of the earthquake in Santiago and Valparaíso in February 2010, the beautiful colour changes of the australian Uluru at 5 am, the breath taking beaches of Tahiti, the surprising hot spring of Kyushu in Japan, the Starbucks-free streets from Cuba…

1939 Gone With The Wind Images - Google Search

1939 Gone With The Wind Images - Google Search

Hitchcock knew he wanted it to be a Modernist house. In the late ’50s, Frank Lloyd Wright was the most famous Modernist architect in the world. Any house he designed for the film would have been instantly recognizable to audiences.  The problem: they couldn’t afford Wright’s fee. So Hitchcock decided they’d just build a house that looked like one Wright would have designed.

North by Northwest: Hitchcock's House on Mt. Rushmore

Hitchcock knew he wanted it to be a Modernist house. In the late ’50s, Frank Lloyd Wright was the most famous Modernist architect in the world. Any house he designed for the film would have been instantly recognizable to audiences. The problem: they couldn’t afford Wright’s fee. So Hitchcock decided they’d just build a house that looked like one Wright would have designed.

Jakow Tschernichow: Industriegebiet, 1929-1933, Gouache und Bleistift auf Papier, Tchoban Foundation. Museum für Architekturzeichnung

Jakow Tschernichow: Industriegebiet, 1929-1933, Gouache und Bleistift auf Papier, Tchoban Foundation. Museum für Architekturzeichnung

I'm dying to take another trip back soon

I'm dying to take another trip back soon

AD Classics: The Plug-In City  / Peter Cook, Archigram

Gallery of AD Classics: The Plug-In City / Peter Cook, Archigram - 1