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(Top) The Sandcrawler and Rem Koolhaas’ Casa de Musica in Porto 

(Bottom) The Death Star and Rem Koolhaas’ project for the Dubai Waterfront

Well well, it looks like Mr. Koolhaas has a not-so-secret Star Wars fetish. 

Glad I’m not the only architect in the world who ever dreamt of designing a building shaped like the Death Star. Difference is, I wouldn’t actually build that. He definitely would.

P.S. To my followers that don’t fancy my musings about architecture on their dash: I’ll use the tag “Apocalisse blogs about architecture”, so feel free to add that to your Tumblr Saviour

Knightfarter, we’re all one. Available soon.

Knightfarter, we’re all one. Available soon.

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20 years ago today Nirvana’s Unplugged in New York aired on MTV

Nirvana’s legendary Unplugged in New Yorkhas never really had the chance to be evaluated outside of the canonization of Kurt Cobain that followed his entry into the“27 Club.” It’s admittedly hard to hear him sing lines like “I swear I don’t have a gun.” and “Don’t expect me to die,” without thinking about what would tragically follow, only four months after the performance.
But on the 20th anniversary of the song set’s airing, it’s worth considering the performance as a work of music, not mythology. Because as music, it’s incredible. The band run through a tense and brilliant 14-song set in one scintillating take, something unusual at the time for the popular MTV series, and the result is one of the greatest live albums ever—an unforgettable document of raw tension and artistic genius. (via)

This concert will forever be etched in my brain. Watch the entire set here.

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20 years ago today Nirvana’s Unplugged in New York aired on MTV

Nirvana’s legendary Unplugged in New Yorkhas never really had the chance to be evaluated outside of the canonization of Kurt Cobain that followed his entry into the“27 Club.” It’s admittedly hard to hear him sing lines like “I swear I don’t have a gun.” and “Don’t expect me to die,” without thinking about what would tragically follow, only four months after the performance.

But on the 20th anniversary of the song set’s airing, it’s worth considering the performance as a work of music, not mythology. Because as music, it’s incredible. The band run through a tense and brilliant 14-song set in one scintillating take, something unusual at the time for the popular MTV series, and the result is one of the greatest live albums ever—an unforgettable document of raw tension and artistic genius. (via)

This concert will forever be etched in my brain. Watch the entire set here.


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Steve “The-Q” Urkel by Ryan Milner

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