At night, enjoy the unlit, dark night sky and be awed by the clarity of the Milky Way. Enjoy a complimentary bottle of the host's wine while taking in the views in quiet serenity.
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Both artists and architects have used the single-family home to explore universal topics and expand their disciplines in new ways. The single-family house and related archetypes of dwelling often feature as leitmotifs in the creative endeavors of architects and artists, from a figurative space to explore universal topics in the work of artists to a catalyst for design invention in the work of architects. Endless House departs from the unrealized project of the same name by Austrian-American architect and artist Frederick Kiesler — , one of the paradigmatic 20 th century experiments into the house.
Endless House: experimental archetypes of dwelling | Thinkpiece | Architectural Review
Endless House. Project, — Exterior view of the model, The first model was streamlined and egg-shaped with gently curving interiors that blurred distinctions among floor, ceiling, and wall to provide a flexible layout. Buckminster Fuller. The sensuous interior spaces were to be a composition of different textures from pebbles to sand , bathing pools, and a prismatic color lighting technology to address both the spiritual and the physical needs of the inhabitants.
As a ubiquitous presence in our everyday lives, profoundly tied to the experience of belonging, the house plays an outsize role in the cultural imagination. Artists evoke the house through familiar architectural types—the pitched roof, the shuttered window, the suburban lawn, the Victorian terrace house—to explore the complex social, political, and cultural imaginaries it embodies as an archetypal space through which individuals mediate their relationship to the world.
Martha Rosler and Sigmar Polke draw on media and popular press to explore the house as a symbol of a middle-class, consumer-driven lifestyle. Rodney Graham, Mario Merz, and Haus-Rucker-Co depict the house as a self-contained world shaped by literature or memory. Mobile Android iPhone Windows Phone.
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