Tag Archives: architecture

BLDGBLOG, a mind-expanding blog on architecture

I’ve been wanting to write about BLDGBLOG for a long time. This post perhaps explains why I think Geoff Manaugh is one of the most interesting speculative fiction writers today: [You] begin to fast-forward the video at 4x speed, then 8x, then 16x, then 32x – and you realize, with a collective gasp, that that […]

Mystery on Fifth Avenue

The New York Times has a fascinating story about a house with a mysterious riddle. Specifically, a house on Fifth Avenue where the architect threw in an alternate reality game for free. Without telling his clients… They are living in a typical habitat for the sort of New Yorkers they appear to be: an enormous […]