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Old Posted Nov 20, 2010, 1:28 PM
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Beekman Tower looks really fantastic Super!
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Alliance, that's an incredible drawing!!
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I don't consider that post-modernism, it is deconstructivism, but maybe you can consider deconstructivism to be part of post-modernism?

Personally I don't like the design but your drawing of it is amazing. Makes it look better than it does in real life.
Best description I've heard is "LA Formalism." It actually makes a lot of sense and it has a lot in common with Library/US Bank Tower. Check it out!

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Been a while, looking forward to getting back to my "to diagram list" soon.

In the meantime, some edits to the Roosevelt Dorm, now that we have photos of actual cladding. Increased the saturation, changed lighting, removed glass joints.

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oh yes, beekman and aqua are really nicely done!
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Thanks. Aqua is kind of phoned in. The balcony shapes are accurate, but doing accurate iron balconies was too hard. If I ever did a 1:16 scale I could do it, but 1:4 is just not detailed enough. Beekman is actually pretty spot-on accurate though.
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My next project. Going for poster grade. We'll see if someone can figure it out.

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Either Burj Dubai or Trump Chicago, since they use pretty much the same cladding.
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Lol. Yeah that always annoyed me.
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At least they're different shapes. Foster does the same thing. If you stretched the skins of his buildings flat you'd have no idea which was which.
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nice drawing
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nice to see one of the best illustrators are back
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