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(Architectural Digest)   These days it's not enough for a museum to have an interesting collection inside. Now the exterior has to be as spectacular as possible too   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright, like Thomas Heatherwick's Zeitz MOCCA, Lloyd Wright, Hollyhock House, Ennis House, museum buildings, Organic architecture  
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2020-06-29 11:01:55 PM  
I've seen a similar trend in public libraries. I don't give a damn how fancy the building looks; I'd rather see more money spent on the contents of a library then its appearance.
2020-06-29 11:06:39 PM  
The first time I saw Kunsthaus Graz I read it as Kunthaus Graz, which would either be a really fun place to see, or the biggest Karen collection.
2020-06-29 11:34:21 PM  
Neat buildings on there. Gonna spend some time tonight reading up on some of those.
I know its a skin that was put on after, but i do like the Peterson Automotive Museum

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2020-06-30 12:19:02 AM  
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2020-06-30 1:03:26 AM  
Wonder how many of those were a James Kunstler Eyesore of the Month winner.
2020-06-30 1:05:28 AM  

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Oh, please. Where's the 405 pic?
2020-06-30 8:14:43 PM  
Probably leaning rather more to the other side of the spectrum, here's a museum in Kyoto.

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It was open when I took the photo.
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