In the Sketchbook

A #tbt post today – looking back at some of the sketches I have made on my travels over the years. One of them you’ll see later in the post made me instantly want to go back. I’ll let you guess which one.

Chicago –

Clark Park Boathouse – Studio Gang

Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool in Lincoln Park

Indiana –

Lilly Pavilion at 100 Acres (Indianapolis) – Marlon Blackwell

Irwin Union Bank (Now Cummins Conference Center – Columbus) – Eero Saarinen

Atheneum (New Harmony) – Richard Meier

Norway –

Solvorn

Norwegian Glacier Museum – Sverre Fehn

Ivar Aasen-tunet – Sverre Fehn

Aukrustsenteret – Sverre Fehn

Lillehammer Art Museum – Snøhetta

Hedmarksmuseet – Sverre Fehn

Norwegian Architecture Museum – Sverre Fehn

 

Dallas/Fort Worth –

Kimbell Art Museum – Louis Kahn

 

Germany –

Eberswalde Bibliothek (Eberswalde) – Herzog and de Meuron

Jewish Museum – Daniel Libeskind

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe – Peter Eisenman

Treptow Krematorium – Axel Schultes/Charlotte Frank

Olympic Stadium Munich – Frei Otto

Pinakothek der Moderne – Stephen Braunfels

 

Austria –

Loisium – Steven Holl
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Josh Mings

Architect and painter. Columbus, IN born, New Orleans educated, Chicago living and trying to leave the world better than I found it.