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This blogpost is part of Bob Borson #ArchiTalks 15 about with the theme “From The Architect’s Table”. At the bottom of this post are links to all the other Architalks Bloggers, so make sure you check those out.
For the past 3 weeks I have been so damn busy writing for the November Blog Post Surge, that stopping for a few minutes to work on some postmodern thanksgiving Photoshop images became extremely therapeutic to me.
Here’s the Architects traveling across the sea to bring their Architecture to the new world.
Here is a scene from the very first Thanksgiving of the Architects giving thanks and sharing their Architecture with their new friends.
This picture came my 2014 archive. Last year during Thanksgiving the fate of the Portland Building was unknown. Due to serious structural and building envelope issues, Portlandia decided to dress up as a big architectural turkey.
This year at thanksgiving its pretty much set in stone that the Portland Building will be getting a $200 million renovation. Portlandia is serving the Citizens of Portland a renovated Portland Building and giving back all the extra money they saved by being sustainable and not demolishing everyone’s favorite postmodern building. Thanks to the $200 million renovation, no architectural history textbooks will have to be rewritten or edited.
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Check out some of the other ridiculous Young Architect blog posts:
Visit some of the other #ArchiTalks Bloggers and learn about their Thanksgiving!
Bob Borson – Life of An Architect (@bobborson)
Matthew Stanfield – FiELD9: architecture (@FiELD9arch)
Jeff Echols – Architect Of The Internet (@Jeff_Echols)
This Thanksgiving: Something New
Mark R. LePage – Entrepreneur Architect (@EntreArchitect)
From My Table To Yours
Lora Teagarden – L² Design, LLC (@L2DesignLLC)
ArchiTalks: Bourbon. Every architect’s friend.
Eric T. Faulkner – Rock Talk (@wishingrockhome)
Archi-Table – Any Berry Salad
Rosa Sheng – Equity by Design (@EquityxDesign)
Hacksgiving – A Hacker’s Thanksgiving
Michele Grace Hottel – Michele Grace Hottel, Architect (@mghottel)
“From an Architect’s Table” Dolly Brown’s Pumpkin Pie
Meghana Joshi – IRA Consultants, LLC (@MeghanaIRA)
Archtalks from an Architects Table
Amy Kalar – ArchiMom (@AmyKalar)
ArchiTalk #15: From An Architect’s Table
Jonathan Brown – Proto-Architecture (@mondo_tiki_man)
From an Architect’s Holiday Table
Eric Wittman – intern[life] (@rico_w)
giving thanks and [wine]ing
Emily Grandstaff-Rice – Emily Grandstaff-Rice AIA (@egraia)
Jarod Hall – di’velept (@divelept)
UTAH = JELLO