Architecture

Pentagon Gets Corporate Sponsors, New Name: KBR-Halliburton-Blackwater Center

ARLINGTON, VA—First it was America’s sports stadiums that got corporate make-overs and skyboxes. Now it’s the country’s military installations. A spokesman for the military announced today that the armed forces will soon relocate from their current premises in the Pentagon to cut costs and make way for a make-over by the corporations actually waging the nation’s wars.

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Garage Loft

Pfieffer Residence (Dean Nota)

200TK by Dean Nota

Optimizing available space on a triangular lot already home to a 1940’s bungalow, Nota’s goal was to get this second house “up in the air,” ensuring the open, airy living space privacy from street level traffic, as well as tree-top views.

Penmar
Venice, California

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Piggyback Craftsman

Piggyback Craftsman

Circa TK, addition circa TK by TK

Can’t say for sure, but from the looks of things, the taller structure is an add-on to a more modest, older craftsman bungalow.

Rialto
Venice, California

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Pink Aqua Cottage

Pink Aqua Cottage

Circa 19TK

This simple, long and low cottage, once so common in Venice, is a gradually (some might say rapidly) dying breed as more and more owners and builders seek to maximize square footage on the community’s small lots.

San Juan
Venice, California

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Pink Godzira

Pink Godzira Drift Club

Brian Harte and the Pink Godzira drift club, a loose and amusing collective of young SoCal drift enthusiasts I met at Willow Springs Speedway in the high desert.

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Pink Monkeys at the WorldCon

Pink Monkeys Create Parallel Magic Kingdom in Shadow of Space Mountain

Something like twelve gazillion souls travel to Anaheim, Calif., every year to enter a world of wonder and walk among people clad in furry costumes and pirate regalia. That I was doing the same would have been unremarkable—had I been at Disneyland.

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Pitched Roof

Pitched Roof

Venice, CA 90291

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Po-Mo Castle

Po-Mo Castle

date and architect unknown (I’m researching)

Orange and red post modern home with pop-out portico and turret features.

Venice, California

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Police and Fire Station of Venice (Historic)

Police and Fire Station of Venice (Historic)

Circa 1930

Venice’s old police and fire station is Los Angeles’ only art deco police station and was the first municipal building built after Venice’s 1925 annexation by the City of L.A. This PWA-era building has relief work over the entrance.

North Venice Blvd at Pisani Drive
Venice, California

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Post Colonial

Post Colonial

Venice, California

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