Showing 1–12 of 137 results for robert mull ordered by relevancy

Sheds: Palaces of Nothing

Sheds: Palaces of Nothing

Sheds: Palaces of Nothing (Photo: Jamie Woodley) 9 – 16 October 2016, Hauser & Wirth Maltings Gallery, Somerset Curated by Robert Mull and Alexander Brodsky, with Markus Lähteenmäki, Nicholas Olsberg and…

Robert Bray: Six Designs for a Playboy Penthouse Pad

Robert Bray: Six Designs for a Playboy Penthouse Pad

Robert Bray (1940), Drawing of Living Area in which ‘you are standing in the foyer of our duplex penthouse, looking toward the living-room area …. In front of the fireplace…

Two Way Traffic: Japanese Woodblock Prints

Two Way Traffic: Japanese Woodblock Prints

Alex Faulkner

…Johann Sebastian Müller. Müller and his brother, Tobias were scrupulous architectural and botanic engravers working in eighteenth century London. Johann Sebastien Müller; after Giovanni Paolo Panini, Capriccio of Roman Ruins…

Postmodern Australia: Robert Pearce’s Drawings for Edmond and Corrigan

Postmodern Australia: Robert Pearce’s Drawings for Edmond and Corrigan

Yvette Putra

Writing in Cities of Hope (1993), the historian Conrad Hamann relates that, on mentioning to Robert Venturi the name of the Australian postmodernist architect Peter Corrigan, the first words from…

Haunted: Robert Smithson’s ‘My House is a Decayed House’

Haunted: Robert Smithson’s ‘My House is a Decayed House’

Suzaan Boettger

Robert Smithson (1938–1973), My House is a Decayed House, 1962. Photo-collage, pen, ink, gouache and watercolour on paper, 610 × 455 mm. DMC 2975. The following text is excerpted from…

Robert Mylne

Robert Mylne

Robert Adam

Robert Mylne (1733–1811), alternative design for the East Façade of Durham Park, 1780. Pen, ink and wash on paper, 430 × 325 mm. DMC 2597.1. There are two sons of…

Robert Bray: Design for a Playboy Duplex Penthouse, 1970

Robert Bray: Design for a Playboy Duplex Penthouse, 1970

Philippa Lewis

…wear nought but a see-through gown. Robert Bray (1940), Drawing of Living Area, featured in Playboy, January 1970. Gouache on board, 393 × 577 mm. DMC 2640.4. ‘Christ, not in…

DMJ – From Landscape to Mapscape: Robert Smithson’s Maps

DMJ – From Landscape to Mapscape: Robert Smithson’s Maps

Bernhard Siegert

…articles from both DMJ 1: The Geological Imagination and DMJ 2: Drawing Instruments/Instrumental Drawings. The Geological Imagination will be published in print in early 2023. Robert Smithson, A Surd View…

Robert Maxwell: The Letter, the Lost Sketchbook and the Lecture

Robert Maxwell: The Letter, the Lost Sketchbook and the Lecture

Editors

These three sketches are from a sketchbook that Robert Maxwell used while studying at the Liverpool School of Architecture in 1944. They are reproduced here to mark the publication of…

Behind the Lines 11

Behind the Lines 11

Philippa Lewis

Robert Schnebbelie, View of the Picadilly street entrance, with figures, Burlington Arcade, London, 1827. Black ink and coloured washes on paper, 215 × 275 mm. DMC 1643. Robert Schnebbelie peered…

Architects at Play (2023) – Review

Architects at Play (2023) – Review

Mathilde de Laage

David Malaud, Architects at Play Exhibition, Pavilion Sicli, Geneva, 27 April–11 June 2023. Photo © Guillaume Robert. What is the reason for playing if not to weave relationships with the…