In 1933 Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld designed a circular steel and glass
pavilion to be mounted on the roof of the luxury department store Metz & Co. in
Amsterdam. Its still there today, now
Kirstie's Homemade Home
[http://www.channel4.com/4homes/on-tv/kirstie-s-homemade-home/] is one of the
most vile pieces of television that Channel 4 have ever shown. In it, property
doyenne Kirstie Allsopp discovers the
James Howard Kunstler is an entertaining speaker, but at heart he is a New
Urbanist, who probably sees himself as a spiritual heir to Jane Jacobs.
New Urbanism is a pervasive aberration, a
Over the last few years the Channel 4 idents have become a ubiquitous presence
for UK viewers, making it easy to take for granted their visual significance.
In these idents, the camera moves
In response to Charles Holland's post over at Fantastic Journal
and his fascination with Donald Campbell's crash in the speedboat Bluebird,
here is my