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Desert House Architecture

Kendrick Bangs Kellogg - Joshua Tree Supervillain Lair - Photos by Lance Gerber / Nuvue Interactive

The Desert House: A Landmark Of American Organic Architecture by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg | Yatzer

The Desert House: A Landmark Of American Organic Architecture by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg

Kendrick Bangs Kellogg (American, b. Joshua Tree House, Joshua Tree, California, The house looks like the skeleton of a desert animal strewn among the enormous rocks. The curved concrete walls absorb the desert heat and release it when the

Não sei se dá pra ter muita noção só com essa foto, mas achei a casa muito foda como um todo: http://www.fubiz.net/2014/06/24/desert-house-by-kendrick-bangs-kellogg/

Desert House Architecture

The Desert House is an organic modern estate that has been designed by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg, situated in Joshua Tree, California.

California Desert House by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg

California Desert House by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg

The Desert House is an organic modern estate that has been designed by Kendrick Bangs Kellogg, situated in Joshua Tree, California.

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Yen House, La Jolla, California, Kendrick Bangs Kellogg, a pioneer of organic architecture

In this still image from the movie The Hunger Games, the District 12 tributes, Katniss and Peeta, are gathered in their penthouse with their team, Effie and Cinna. The chair on the far right is a white Elda Chair designed by Joe Colombo in 1963.

In this still image from the movie The Hunger Games, the District 12 tributes, Katniss and Peeta, are gathered in their penthouse with their team, Effie and Cinna. The chair on the far right is a white Elda Chair designed by Joe Colombo in

Knitted Light Fixtures Designed by Ariel Zuckerman | KnitHacker

the three-dimensional knitted lighting fixtures by israeli designers ariel zuckerman and oded sapir are draped over a rigid skeletal structure.

With its classic design inspired by the 30's architecture, the TS table fits in many different surroundings and interior styles. Here at hotel Le Castelbrac à Dinard in France, designed by Sandra Benhamou and Léonie Alma Mason. Photo by Gilles Trillard. #gubi #gubiofficial #gubistore #tstable #gamfratesi #cobrawalllamp #gretagrossman

With its classic design inspired by the architecture, the TS table fits in many different surroundings and interior styles. Here at hotel Le Castelbrac à Dinard in France, designed by Sandra Benhamou and Léonie Alma Mason. Photo by Gilles Trillard.

Concrete was poured into molds to create decorative concrete panels that were then installed on the facade of a building in France.

This building facade is covered in decorative panels made from concrete

Concrete was poured into molds to create decorative concrete panels that were then installed on the facade of a building in France. Wonder if you could do something similar with rope?

Eclectitude: Organic Architecture

The High Desert House designed by Architect Ken Kellogg is another of those structures that I find so visually arresting that I can't take m.

L'Hemisfèric (obra-prima arquitetônica construída na forma do olho humano) é uma das estruturas dentro da Cidade das Artes e das Ciências de Valência -  Espanha.

Built in the shape of the human eye, L’Hemisfèric is one of the structures within the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain. Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, L’Hemisfèric houses an IMAX theatre, a Planetarium and a Laserium.

Babcock Residence (1959) Kendrick Bangs Kellogg grew up in Mission Beach,   In April 1955, Ken and his fellow architecture students from the University of Colorado (Boulder) took a field trip to see the architecture of Phoenix and Scottsdale. Here he met Frank Lloyd Wright

Babcock Residence (1959) Kendrick Bangs Kellogg grew up in Mission Beach, In April 1955, Ken and his fellow architecture students from the University of Colorado (Boulder) took a field trip to see the architecture of Phoenix and Scottsdale. Here he met Frank Lloyd Wright

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