Thursday, October 28, 2010

the architecturalist on tumblr




I've started a new venture. I'm now doing a companion blog to the architecturalist on tumblr. A collection of images, new and old, that I find inspiring (and hope you do too). Let me know what you think.


7 comments:

andrew1860 said...

I love your blog!!! Your photo's are the best and give so much inspiration. La Grand Terrace at Astor Place was one of the most fabulous classical buildings in New York city. I could not wait to see what was left of the building the first time I was in New York.

Laurent said...

Friends of mine in many walks of life admire the existing blog, and I can't believe they'll object to the tumblr project. I, however, respectfully wish you could have felt it appropriate to combine the two projects within a common gesture, here. I think context is what it is. I'm sure you gave it every thought, and came to a conclusion compelling this partition. I wish you well - and I do mean that.

John T said...

I am happy to see whatever you want to present, however you want to present it. But still, the comment on combing the two . . .

Dandy said...

I love it! Always nice to see more of your picks, any way you want to present them. Hope you are well. Savannah is just starting to cool enough for good walking weather in the historic district. I miss the Fall in New York much more than I thought I would. Nippy weather can be nice. Diane

balsamfir said...

Very inspiring. That photo of Bill Blass' country house is going to haunt me.

the architecturalist said...

andrew1860 - Thanks, love your blog too. The posts you did on post-Katrina New Orleans were fascinating.

Laurent & John T - The new blog will be all images that I will (hopefully) be updating daily. I'd didn't want to mix it with my longer form posts which I will continue to do here. Hope this makes sense.

Dandy - Thanks. Love seeing your photos of Savannah.

balsamfir - All of his homes were amazing. A true genius of design.

lostpastremembered said...

I'm with andrew...love your blog. I can't see how to comment on tumblr, silly me, but I look forward to visiting your lovely images!