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Eric Owen Moss. What Wall? Culver City. California. 1998

" Like much of Eric Owen Moss' work, "What wall?" is the result of a project carried out in the former industrial district of Culver City. "

Moerenuma Park, Isamu Noguchi. Sapporo, 1988 - 2005

" Isamu Noguchi could intuitively understand the strength and potential of a site, even if it had been totally abandoned, and even when the use of the site - if any - was as a dump for the wastes generated by urban society. "

The Beehive Conference Center. Culver City (California). Eric Owen Moss. 2001

" Putting into practice formal solutions never before attempted, often provocative, taking steps toward contamination and the unusual: in this project Californian architect Eric Owen Moss admirably represents his work, even though his choices cannot be traced to a single evolutionary line. For his outstanding characteristic is precisely this: he never gets tired of experimenting. "

The Box. Culver City (California). Eric Owen Moss. 1994

" A precarious balance, an unexpected movement, a design that takes nothing for granted: The Box is an "overconstruction" built on the roof of an existing building. "

Visiting Artists House - Jim Jennings Architecture
Geyserville, California, 2003

" There is a lot of talk about the relationship between architecture and sculpture. Numerous exhibitions have looked into paths for interaction, possible dialogues, and forms of comparison. Bilbao, for instance, recently hosted ArchiSculpture, an exhibition exploring interaction between Architecture and Sculpture since the eighteenth century. "

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