#roadslikethese Route 1 on the way to Mendocino. #liotrpdx2lax
2am Just finished work. Didn’t even do anything creative, leaving me feeling mainly unsatisfied. Yet, I am happy I have a comfortable bed. Good Night.
André Bloc, Habitacle #2, (1966)
Built primarily as sculpture, Bloc’s masterwork, with it’s fantastic and organized space that emerges from the earth as a geometric skull, must be seen today as a classic example of post Le Corbusierian brutalist architecture. It’s tumbled white brick spaces could easily be seen as habitable today with it’s many curves and crevices that open up into windows and doorways. A major piece of environmental art who’s interior embodies the transition from sculpture to architecture and combines unruly geometry and continuous helical winding and layering.