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April 20, 2007

The Organic Architecture of Studio 55


Last evening at 9:54 p.m. I received the following email:

    Hi Joe,

    Because of your facination with Organic Architecture, I thought you might be interested in seeing examples of what I am doing, inspired by Guimard and Horta.

    Greg Robinson


"Interested" is an understatement — where can we see it in person, Greg?

joeheads planet-wide will be inundating our switchboard and servers with this question from the moment this post goes up.

Ask him yourself: studio55@sympatico.ca

Note — Greg just emailed me 15 minutes ago (2:01 p.m.) with the following:

    Studio 55's gallery/studio is in Delta, Ontario (Canada).

    Open by chance or appointment.

    We will be exhibiting at the SIDIM International Design Show in Montreal May 24/25/26, 2007 — Booth 909.

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Much of Disney is inspired by the Art Nouveau Period. We can be grateful for Disney as his innovative approach to building is now being used in the development of Organic Architecture.

Posted by: Greg Robinson | Jun 14, 2007 10:00:16 PM

So would this be Art Nouveau Nouveau? Or Classical Disney Revival?

Posted by: Al Christensen | Apr 20, 2007 2:03:57 PM

Studio 55 is in Delta, Ontario, our studio / gallery. Open by chance or appointment.

We will be exhibiting at the SIDIM International Design Show in Montreal, May 24,25,26. Booth 909

Posted by: Greg Robinson | Apr 20, 2007 2:00:26 PM

I learned to power nap 30 years ago in college - it was a survival skill. Sitting up, lying down, noise, quiet, inside, outside - makes no difference. Just give me five minutes and I am out like a light; 20 minutes later, I feel just like I've had 8 hours sleep.

You don't need a CD to learn this - you just need to be sleep deprived to learn it without trying. And where better than college?


Posted by: Elux Troxl | Apr 20, 2007 1:19:05 PM

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