Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

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

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

JUNGLE & DESERT ARTHROPODS shell structures to be in when a> NATURAL DISASTER DESTROYS > all your neighbors in their boxes ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ BIOMORPHIC STRUCTURES FOR> wizards/seers/magicians/saints ! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ COMPOUND CURVE SHELLS are good for mars/moon and earth ! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1-1/2 inch thick ferro cem shell boats shatter underwater rocks ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HIGH STRENGTH CERAMIC TOO> the ultimate for kings/homeles

       >ferro cement shell structures with<
                     +RADIANT COLORS+
           >shall be the intelligent look in<
                     +DISASTER PROOF+
                  +A R C H I T E C T U R E+
           >at a fraction of the cost of the<
                       +NEW ORLEANS+
            >brad pitt ninth ward houses<
           >and the habitats for humanity<
                  >(brittle connections)<
                    +RESILIENCE SHALL+
                    +SAVE SMART LIVES+

                        +FIVE PHOTOS+
                >reveal the vision of our<
                   >biomorphic designs<

         #1)          +CURVELINEAR+
                >walls are much stronger<
                    >then straight walls<
              >house for rocket scientists<
                      +VON BRAUN CO+
               >at monte-vedra alabama<

         #2)           +COMPOUND+
                >walls are much stronger<
                     >then curved walls<
                >house for the roeblings<
                  >at temecula, california<

                 (>dave fobes enjoyed my<
                     >drawing invention<)

          #3)       +HIGH STRENGTH+
                   +CERAMIC STRUCTURE+
          >with richly colored glazed skins<
            >shall provide amazing beauty<
                >to jungle/desert designs<
                 >fit for kings, seers and<
                     +HOMELESS POOR+

           #4)        +RADIANT 1980+
        >after ten years in california i had<
            >a retrospective exhibition at<
        >this biomorphic residence design<
          >was the icon plan of my graphic<
              >announcing the exhibition<
              +THE SILVER SHIP WAS THE+
                    +STAR OF THE SHOW+
             (>it was socially impossible to<
                >build a lajolla biomorphic<
                    >at that point in time<)

            #5)     +RADIANT SHELLS+
                             >that have<
         >shall grace the jungles & deserts<
            >of the years ahead providing<
                      +R E S I D E N C E S+
                            >radiant w/<
                 +E N L I GH T E N M E N T+

                 gene ray, lajolla, california

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

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for your interest in the work of Eugene Ray. Please subscribe to the blog to follow via e-mail