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fellow architecture enthusiasts?
Recently, I have been bitten by the architecture bug quite a bit. Afterall, learning more about architecture fits in quite well with my other hobbies being model railroading and photography "i still shoot film :)." Im curious to who is out there who's primary focus is on architecture. For those who are, what buildings do you have in mind on modeling? Architecture for me is a nice brake and a new line of thinking as I am a machine designer by trade, and learning about the free flowing, organic, artistic processes that go into designing structures will help me with my trade.
With me living in the Milwaukee area up here in WI, my goals are to learn my building technique with structures I am quite familiar with. Good examples are: US bank http://www.december.com/places/mke/images/usbank.jpg
, Quadracci Pavilion designed by Santiago Calatrava http://media01.bigblackbag.net/15813/portfolio_media/lwsm_ovture-moma_101.jpg
, Allen Bradley http://media01.bigblackbag.net/15813/portfolio_media/lwsm_ovture-moma_101.jpg
, Miller Park, https://mlbreports.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/a-miller-park-mlb3-19.jpg
, and the Mitchell Park Domes http://dynfuosaxcub2.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Xero-Flor-Green-Roof-Projects-Mitchell-Park-Domes-1.jpg
That is just a start with some of our newer buildings. The Milwaukee area is well known for its cream city brick that much of our older buildings are built out of ,like the Pabst Brewery.
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