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I know my view is in the minority, but I found the much heralded design by Frank Gehry a bit too gimmicky. Too consciously asymmetrical for my taste. What do you think? #GuggenheimBilbao ... See MoreSee Less

I know my view is in the minority, but I found the much heralded design by Frank Gehry a bit too gimmicky. Too consciously asymmetrical for my taste. What do you think? #guggenheimbilbao

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I agree. I do not find it pleasing to the eye in the least.

If anxiety is the feeling they were trying to evoke, then I’d say they achieved their goal.

Agree

We have Gehry's Prizker Pavilion in Chicago, and It's a masterpiece.

I see the similarity of MoPOP in Seattle.

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City Hall (1917/c.1940) A fine, intact example of the Prairie School aesthetic applied in a public building. Who is the architect? #martinezhistory ... See MoreSee Less

City Hall (1917/c.1940) A fine, intact example of the Prairie School aesthetic applied in a public building.  Who is the architect? #martinezhistory

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Are you branching out Eric?

Do you recognize this lighthouse and surroundings? hint: Not in Oregon. ... See MoreSee Less

Do you recognize this lighthouse and surroundings? hint: Not in Oregon.

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Olympic Penninsula?

Don’t know but so beautiful.

Need some clues.

Cape Disappointment, WA. Mouth of the Columbia River

The over-the-top MCM tile work in one of several bathrooms in the amazing Richard and Helen Rice House/Museum (1953). #docomomooregon ... See MoreSee Less

The over-the-top MCM tile work in one of several bathrooms in the amazing Richard and Helen Rice House/Museum (1953). #docomomooregon

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Are you in Hillsboro??

That is a cool place.

Hi Eric! Give us a call sometime when you’re here. Maybe even a massage!

Almost looks like our bathroom, but we didn’t have the jack and Jill sinks, and we still kept the mahogany cabinetry.

I didn’t realize man crush Monday was the same acronym as mid century modern. 🤦‍♀️

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The Astoria-Megler Bridge floats in the winter fog. ... See MoreSee Less

The Astoria-Megler Bridge floats in the winter fog.

Civil, Nautical and Astronomical twilight in late August. #twilighttime ... See MoreSee Less

Civil, Nautical and Astronomical twilight in late August. #twilighttime

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Have a new fall tour schedule yet?

Civil, Nautical and Astronomical twilight in late August. #twilighttime ... See MoreSee Less

Civil, Nautical and Astronomical twilight in late August. #twilighttime

Twilight from the Pigeon Steps on Midsummer Eve. #astoriaoregonart ... See MoreSee Less

Twilight from the Pigeon Steps on Midsummer Eve. #astoriaoregonart

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What a lovely, little town. Don't you miss the big city?

Looks like you're enjoying your new home.

A very unusual house perched (literally) on the bank of the Columbia River near Pixie Park in Columbia City. It looks to be a modern replica of a number of 19th century architectural styles. Does anyone know the story of this elegant but puzzling residence? #columbiacityoregon ... See MoreSee Less

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All I could find was the description “interesting house” but you already knew that 😉. But also some history of the town. We’ll have to stop there next time we drive that direction. columbiariverimages.com/Regions/Places/columbia_city.html

I believe that's known as the "gonna fall into a river" style

Oh my! It almost looked authentic in your photo, but after looking at the latest real estate listing: www.zillow.com/homedetails/1930-The-Strand-Columbia-City-OR-97018/62750492_zpid/ it appears to be a McMansion snout house cloaked in a Queen Anne garb

Lovejoy Fountain (c.1965) part of an urban promenade on the south end of downtown Portland designed by Lawrence Halprin to evoke a ‘sense of place’ in the PNW. The linear park includes 3 fountains and an overall thematic continuity. #landscapearchitecture ... See MoreSee Less

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Love the sound of the fountain, interesting architecture and landscaping----an aspect of Portland that I've never seen.

Beautiful!

Metropol Parasol (2011) designed by German architect Jurgen Mayer; is a defining urban landmark in Old Seville. #setasdesevilla ... See MoreSee Less

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Very strange!

The Royal Alcazar in Seville. Built by the Moorish rulers in Andalusia in the 12th century, later occupied by Christian royalty after the re-conquest. #sevillehistorytour ... See MoreSee Less

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