Convergence | Divergence | Emergence: A New Conversation on Bauhaus + BMC (Part Two)

Harriet Sohmers Zwerling, The Studies Building, ca. 1949, gelatin silver print. Gift of the artist. *** Convergence | Divergence | Emergence: Another Conversation on Bauhaus + BMC (Part Two) By Max Eternity   On a visit to Asheville, North Carolina, last year, I spent time at the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center. I …

Convergence | Divergence | Emergence: A New Conversation on Bauhaus + BMC

There are so many things to be learned about Black Mountain College (BMC)—about how the school came into being in 1933 and what went on for the 24 years of its existence, as well as studying the institution’s unrivalled broad appeal to artists and intellectuals of that era, within the Americas, including African-Americans and Asian-Americans, and all the contributors of Europe.

The Abelson Guthrie House: San Francisco's Modern Monolith

There’s no shortage of unique and interesting homes in San Francisco, but at least one street in the city has more than its fair share, and it’s called Laidley Street. Built by Ross Levy Architects, the Abelson Gunthrie House truly represents modernist residential design on a grand scale. (Editor's Note: This article was originally written and published for in December 2013)

Mike Welton: Arts Annalist and Recorder of Fabulous Design

J. Michael Welton is a major recorder of all things interesting and worthy in the world of art and design, and very few hold the gravitas of Welton when it comes to modern and contemporary Architecture—including practices in sustainability—and basically, the last century of building-at-large.