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Know where to find some Guastavino tile work? Take a photo and upload it to PalacesForThePeople.com, and don’t forget to tweet it with the #Guastavino hashtag! Through Sept. 7, The Museum of the City of New York is holding an exhibition on Rafael Guastavino called Palaces for the People: Guastavino and the Art of Structural Tile, curated by G. Martin Moeller Jr. and John Ochsendorf, and you can help uncover Guastavino’s spaces!
For more information on the work of Guastavino, pick up a copy of Ochsendorf’s book, Guastavino Vaulting: The Art of Structural Tile, and check out this article in the New York Review of Books! More info on the exhibition in the New York Times.
Discussion - free and open to the public
April 11, noon-2 p.m.
Butler Library, Room 523, Columbia University
Guastavino’s Palaces for the People: from archive to exhibition
The speakers will discuss the history of the Guastavino archive, from its last-minute discovery and rescue by Columbia University professor George R. Collins to the creation and design of the exhibition, Palaces for the People.
• John Ochsendorf, MIT:
The Guastavino Company and the exhibition, Palaces for the People
• Janet Parks, Avery Library, Columbia University:
The Guastavino Archive: from acquisition to exhibition
• Chysanthe Broikos, National Building Museum:
Nature of Architectural Exhibitions
• Daniel Fouad, C&G Design:
Designing for architectural exhibition
Here you go: a double page spread of an exclusive Palin article in one of the many TV mags we have over in Blighty. Just click on the individual blocks to read. I had to split it into 4 cos you couldn’t see the text in its complete form.
It’s not available online btw, so I went and bought it so you don’t have to :)
When Teresa’s not studying up for her nursing degree, she’s chasing grasshoppers and fungi to get the best macro photos ever.
We asked her what her favorite apps, lenses, and tips were for getting such great shots & she has so many good recs!