the top post of 2018
You might say 2018 was the year of Victor Lundy. Donna Kacmar released her monograph on the legendary architect in October, sparking a renewed interest in Lundy's impressive (and very underappreciated) body of work. Undoubtedly, there's been lots of Lundy love lately, so it is really no surprise that my January post on his bubble pavilions for the 1964 New York World's Fair just happened to be my most read entry of the year (BONUS: included is an anecdote about Philip Johnson, another much talked about architectural figure of 2018). My admiration and affection for Mr. Lundy's work runs deep, so I couldn't be more pleased with the attention the 95-year-old architect is receiving these days. It is much deserved.
You can read this year's top post here. See you in 2019!
7/7/2020 01:50:47 am
I don't know what is the exact word that I should use to express how great this work by Mr. Lundry. It was very impressing and I never thought that this kind of work is underappreciated because honestly, for me, I think that this should be made known to a lot of people. I am not an expert nor good at making art, but I truly appreciate and I am really amazed with the picture I saw above. This blog is worth sharing which is why I will definitely share this with other people, especially with my friends who are good and also love arts.
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