In storage

A Living Archive, a project that ‘recognizes the cultural compulsion to collect in the U.S., and investigates how this practice should transform the existing typologies of the home and the archive within an emergent American landscape of storage.’ A proposal for a world formed of personal wunderkammers by Megan Panzano. The illustrations reminded us of Orhan Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence, about more of which at a later date.


Carlos Acosta’s Cuban ballet school dream. See John Loomis’s Revolution of Forms: Cuba’s Forgotten Art Schools for more details about these remarkable structures. There’s also a documentary, Unfinished Spaces / architecture and design blogged by Ruth Mellor / trade secrets revealed.

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