Archive for the ‘Froebel’ Category

12/23/2006

Architecture presents for the kids.

Careful what you get ’em!

Although we lived in an ‘English Tudor’ house,
my parents got me

Ah, I can still see them now! I built towers in the basement. Thanks Mom and Dad! And now I live in

860 – 880 by Mies.

We know that Frank Lloyd Wright’s mother gave him


Froebel blocks.

He went on to design

So here’s what I want to know. Which architect’s Mom and Dad gave them

???

Nouvel? Gehry? Hejduk?


Nah, we can do better than that. I know that French set reminds me of a building, and I can’t think of which. Rossi? Graves? Post-modern something. Help! Which architect’s parents must have given him or her “le Jeu de Constructions?”

Happy Holidays,
-Edoardo (I also got nails, that was great too…) Lifson

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12/23/2006

Architecture presents for the kids.

Careful what you get ’em!

Although we lived in an ‘English Tudor’ house,
my parents got me

Ah, I can still see them now! I built towers in the basement. Thanks Mom and Dad! And now I live in

860 – 880 by Mies.

We know that Frank Lloyd Wright’s mother gave him


Froebel blocks.

He went on to design

So here’s what I want to know. Which architect’s Mom and Dad gave them

???

Nouvel? Gehry? Hejduk?


Nah, we can do better than that. I know that French set reminds me of a building, and I can’t think of which. Rossi? Graves? Post-modern something. Help! Which architect’s parents must have given him or her “le Jeu de Constructions?”

Happy Holidays,
-Edoardo (I also got nails, that was great too…) Lifson

12/23/2006

Architecture presents for the kids.

Careful what you get ’em!

Although we lived in an ‘English Tudor’ house,
my parents got me

Ah, I can still see them now! I built towers in the basement. Thanks Mom and Dad! And now I live in

860 – 880 by Mies.

We know that Frank Lloyd Wright’s mother gave him


Froebel blocks.

He went on to design

So here’s what I want to know. Which architect’s Mom and Dad gave them

???

Nouvel? Gehry? Hejduk?


Nah, we can do better than that. I know that French set reminds me of a building, and I can’t think of which. Rossi? Graves? Post-modern something. Help! Which architect’s parents must have given him or her “le Jeu de Constructions?”

Happy Holidays,
-Edoardo (I also got nails, that was great too…) Lifson