Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's
Eugene Ray 1970's. photo credit: Tom Davis

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

COSMIC CONSCIOUSNESS WAS the ULTIMATE LOUISIANA VIEW ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ seeing a ufo over baton rouge> gave my mature sansouci vision ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ CREOLE JUNGLE ORGANIC VIEW was raised to 65 transcendence> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ BIOMORPHIC DESIGN CONCEPT gave birth to a california vision ! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 5 PHOTOS REVEAL A HISTORY > circle progendered final sphere/ CALIFORNIA RADIANT OEUVRE !

          >these final "midnight musings"<
           >before our louisiana journey<
               >some perspective to the<
               >design oeuvre evolution<

                >caused by a ufo sighting<
      >raised my ultimate design vision in<
         >the sansouci forest/jungle locus<
             >of our ancestor's covington<
         >to a transcendental plateau via<
                +CIRCLE DESIGN FOCUS+

                  +TONIGHT'S PHOTOS+
        >reveal the conceptual evolution<
          >to its final california maturity<

      #1)        +SANSOUCI STUDIO+
              >(near covington louisiana)<
        >first design for the jungle studio<
            >residence was round and a<
            >cosmic consciousness design<
                  +THIS WAS INVENTIVE+
                     +USING STRESSED+
                          >(box beam)<
                    +STRUCTURE DESIGN+
         >the glazed pavilion i finally built<
               >was more affordable as it<
                      +13,500 DOLLARS+
                  >was built in 2 months<
             (>design made in two weeks<
                  +POST AND BEAM W/+
                        +PREFAB ROOF+
               >of construction drawings<)
                      +GLAZED WALLS+
       >brought the jungle into the house<
            >while providing a strong feel<
                     +NIGHT RADIANCE+
               >for cosmic consciousness<

       #2)            +BIOMORPHIC+
       >design became my most advanced<
          >louisiana mode by mid-decade<
           >with this concept for an office<
              >for landscape architects in<
                       +WEST VIRGINIA+
         >this coincided with an invitation<
             >to teach @ lsu architecture<
              >department by professors<
                      +ROBERT W. HECK+
                     +PATRICK D. STAUB+
           >pat staub will attend the lunch<
               >in new orleans when i gift<
                    >my drawings to the<
               +HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS+
                     +C O L L E C T I O N+

           >(mature radiant design mode)<
       >is seen in these two designs made<
        >in california for an anthropoligy<
          >field headquarters for africa<
       >and an art & architecture building<
        >for southeast louisiana university<
                  +COMPETITION ENTRY+
           >(designed in lajolla california)<

                   +PRIMARY LOUISIANA+
                      +A E S T H E T I C S+
         >was a research paper i wrote at<
                   +TULANE UNIVERSITY+
           >to stress the value i felt by the<
                    +TROPIC SYNDROME+
               >in the new orleans of our<
                   >french creole people<
                   +I N S P I R A T I O N+
               (>this paper progendered<
                   >the bungalow paper<

                  gene ray lajolla, california

                >eugene ray, mfa, architect<
                >professor emeritus, sdsu<

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