Lorcan O’herlihy is a Los Angeles based architect. His background with abstract expressionism is clearly evident in his work. O'herlihy has worked with such architects as I.M. Pei and Steven Holl. He has received numerous AIA/LA Design Awards and has taught and lectured extensively over the last decade, including the Architectural Association in London, Southern California Institute of Architecture [SCI-Arc], Cranbrook Academy of Art, Michigan, Columbia University, New York and the National Building Museum, Washington D.C. among others. He work can be described as using crisp lines, extreme simplicity and pops of color and shape. These images are from a number of sources.
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Jennifer Post is an interior designer with an educational background in fine art, photography, design and architecture. Her firm, Jenifer Post Design, designs interiors and architecture. Her firm has offices in NY, Miami and LA. Post's work is characterized by simplicity and has sometimes been referred to as 'classic minimalism.' Her crisp lines and calming interiors come to life with colorful paintings, natural textures, and very close attention to details. You can clearly see her education background reflected in her work. I hope you enjoy these pics as much as I do; they are all from her website: http://www.jenniferpostdesign.com/.
Monday, September 7, 2009
Jacobsen is best known for his American vernacular architecture. He worked primarily on residences and did a lot of work on the east coast. Jacobsen earned his B. Arch. and M. Arch from Yale University and has practiced almost exclusively out of Washington D.C. His work is very comforting and yet surprising. The pics are from all over the place.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Belzberg is another California talent. His work is sleek and provacative. He got his Masters at Harvard, served as a director of the AIA, and his work has been recognized with distinction by both the AIA and the Architectural league of New York. There are links to all of these images on the Belzberg Architects website: http://www.belzbergarchitects.com/.
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Bart Prince is one of the west coast's great architects. His work is very unique and is primarily residences. His buildings remind me of Gaudi to a certain degree; they look as if they are almost organic and growing out of themselves. Some might say they look haphazard but, the organic look is always harder to pull off and much more time consuming to design. I found these images all on http://www.bartprince.com/.