Check out those Verner Panton interiors. Never anything like them before,
and never anything since.
The legendary Archigram in the 60s. "Plug-in City", "Living Pod", "Instant
City" and "Ad Hoc". "Manzak", "Suitaloon", "Cushicle", "Blow out Village",
"Gasket Homes" and the "Walking City."
Archigram never actually built anything. Basically, they were composing "AF" "Architecture
I wrote some "Architecture Fiction" myself a while ago, I just couldn't help
"The diamond an age-old symbol of love is becoming part of the
international currency of terrorism." Gosh, America's jewelers sure are
spooked about Al-Qaeda and African slaughter.
I wonder if they ever get courting couples who walk into the jewelry shop and actually
*demand* a diamond that some Third Worlders got killed for.
This new Kevin Kelly Asian photo book is continental in scale and it is just
overwhelming. The whole thing is online, too.
Imagine if these eager futurist guys at "Singularity Watch" actually found a
Singularity. Would they be able to hastily type it up into the ol' website,
or would they just be summarily swept right into the Rapture?
Bruce Sterling writes books like Darwin watched animals. Find out more about him,
and read tattered electronic copies of Cheap Truth, at the
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He lives with his wife Nancy and their two daughters in Austin, Texas.