a Momentary Vignette
[ v1.01 | 06.14.1999 ]
[ prologue ]
welcome to a momentary vignette!
Thanks for your subscription! About every two weeks, we'll explore an array of tangents related to architecture, design, and art... including the latest news, exhibitions, and events. We'll also feature some facts and terms that you may never see at a momentary vignette.
[ a closer look ]
The Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts presents the exhibit, Carlo Scarpa in Murano: Art Glass by an Architect (1926-1947), from May 27 through October 3, 1999. The exhibit features art glass by this master Italian architect, including his noted sommersi, corrosi, lattimi, and murrine romane glass pieces. The Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts provides a visual treat to introduce this remarkable architect's work... with an elegant Flash experience!
[ event horizon ]
coming soon to a momentary vignette...
Join us as we celebrate the birthdays of noted architects and designers such as Charles Eames, Pier Luigi Nervi, Gerrit Rietveld, and Antoni Gaudi.
[ worth reading ]
The Whitney Guide to 20th Century American Architecture provides a concise introduction to of some of America's most significant architectural works. Complete with locations, dates, photographs, descriptions, and visitor information for over 200 buildings, this guide is an invaluable travel resource for anyone wishing to explore these great structures.
[ fading vignettes ]
a collection of the most recent vignettes...
[ board and batten ] http://www.loggia.com/vignette/99611.html
[ Fallingwater ] http://www.loggia.com/vignette/99608.html
[ C.R. Mackintosh ] http://www.loggia.com/vignette/99607.html
[ finial ] http://www.loggia.com/vignette/99603.html
[ Carlo Scarpa ] http://www.loggia.com/vignette/99602.html
[ the red tile ] http://www.loggia.com/vignette/99601.html
for a full listing of past vignettes, please visit the archives!
[ want more? ]
please visit some of these informative sites...
[ Loggia ] http://www.loggia.com
specializes in quality sites exploring the arts and humanities!
[ mythography ] http://www.loggia.com/myth/myth.html
exploring greek, roman, and celtic mythology and art!
[ Bibliotheque ] http://www.loggia.com/bibliotheque/index.html
offers quality books on architecture, design, and art!
[ the last word ]
as painful as it sounds...
The word 'machicolation' refers to an area projecting from the top of a castle wall, usually supported by corbeled arches. This area featured openings in the floor through which boiling water, molten lead, stones, or other suitably evil materials could be cast upon an enemy below.
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