Julian Escardo

Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still

Tag: “Meier”


Hi again……..today I wanted to post a few notes on the importance of curves – yes, architecture has curves – leading sensual curves that please the eye and always cause us to think “form follows function…or maybe function follows form”. Whatever the case here are two examples by american architect Richard Meier. Enjoy!

Los Angeles (digital color, 2009)

Los Angeles (digital bw, 2010)

Thank you for visiting – photography and architecture are my passion….Nikon D300, various lenses, will travel (tee-hee)



Simple and complex…

I thought I would explore lines simple and complex – and leave Gehry for a bit in the process…..this is Richard Meier, an american architect whose signature is the use of white as an overall color and enameled aluminum to elicit some magnificent shapes. From museums to private homes, and he has done many, he is a master at what he does and feeds my appetite for contemporary architecture – large spaces that frame the nature all around them – always graceful and precise; geometry based on hard 30″ square measurements or proportions thereof, or piano-like bends and lines that can rival any female nude as far as shape and grace.

Enjoy simple first


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