The de Young | Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA From wikipedia: The current building was completed by architects Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron and Fong + Chan and opened on October 15, 2005. Structural, civil and geotechnical engineering was provided by Rutherford & Chekene; Arup provided mechanical and electrical engineering. Herzog & de Meuron won the competition in January 1999 beating out other short-listed architects Tadao Ando and Antoine Predock. The terrain and seismic activity in San Francisco posed […]
After 14 hours of driving, I arrived nowhere near my destination. Two hours earlier, I realized I was in the middle of rush hour traffic, of people trying to get home from work or school or somewhere, the key word somewhere, they were all headed somewhere specific, somewhere tangible, somewhere definite. A stream of movement towards a specific destination. On this road, we were all headed north, for most an exact north, an exact location. Except I’m heading north, north […]
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Fremont Street Experience : learn more about it here View larger images ( minus the experience ) : alaundre : gallery Extra and alternate images not included in the Gallery below : I’ve passed by this place before but it was usually after midnight when the festivities have ended. I did remember seeing it featured in U2’s video, but other than that, was unaware what it actually looked like first hand what was i looking for again?
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Traveling down this road Watching the signs as I go I think I’ll follow the sun Isn’t everyone just Traveling down their own road Watching the signs as they go I think I’ll follow my heart It’s a very good place to start . .