I took thousands of photos in Mexico, and I’m just getting to looking them over again. Will be posting collections, building by building. First up is the Museo Nacional de Antropologica, subject of my Dezeen column on the museum experience this week.

I’ll only crosspost once: I started #picframeaday earlier this month, and I am collecting them all on my other Tumblr alexandralange.tumblr.com. Will also be posting daily on Twitter and Instagram.
This was Sunday, May 16, visiting uptown.

I’ll only crosspost once: I started #picframeaday earlier this month, and I am collecting them all on my other Tumblr alexandralange.tumblr.com. Will also be posting daily on Twitter and Instagram.

This was Sunday, May 16, visiting uptown.

The great Sheila Hicks at Sikkema Jenkins, and also in the Whitney Biennial.

Mexico City in walls, floors and decor. More on Design Observer.

Mexico City type.

Some spectacular items from “Frank Lloyd Wright and the City" at the Museum of Modern Art through June 1. Two views of the Broadacre City model, huge model of the Price Tower, plan of an apartment at St. Mark’s in the Bouwerie, view of a Rogers Lacy Hotel room, and a sketch of a multi-level highway interchange. Only one was built.

Harry Bertoia’s bronze screen for the 1954 Manufacturers Hanover Bank, designed by SOM. Now a Joe Fresh store at 43rd Street and Fifth Avenue.

Commentary on the visual world by Alexandra Lange. Can include design, architecture, parks, movies, TV, books, kids.

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