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Tag Archives: Geoff Manaugh
BLDGBLOG, written by Geoff Manaugh, just published this blog on Remants of the Biosphere. Photographer Noah Sheldon got in touch the other week with a beautiful series of photos documenting the decrepit state of Biosphere 2, a semi-derelict bio-architectural experiment … Continue reading
Noted science fiction author J.G. Ballard died April 19, 2009. on Omnivoracious Geoff Manaugh, of BLDG BLOG, offers an architectural appreciation – Between the Tower and the Parking Lot: A Spatial Appreciation of J.G. Ballard: J.G. Ballard, who died on … Continue reading
Geoff Manaugh recently interviewed ecological science fiction writer Kim Stanley Robinson about ecology, architecture and socieities on BLDGBLOG. Manaugh writes: Robinson’s books are not only filled with descriptions of landscapes – whole planets, in fact, noted, sensed, and textured down … Continue reading