The Architecture Puzzler
Created by Dave Guadagni
Architecture Puzzler #334
The Danziger Studio (1965) in Hollywood, California is a modern and simple artist's studio and residence consisting of linked cubes. This is an early work by a designer who has since become famous for decidedly un-cubic architecture. Who is this architect?
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Architecture Puzzler #333
In a wide concert hall with high ceilings, the center of the orchestra section often has good sight lines but poor acoustics. In fact, if you don't mind using binoculars, you may get better sound in the back balcony. Why is this so and how can it be fixed?
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Exercise in cubism: Vollersroda by Lionel Feininger.