Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

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

Monday, November 12, 2012

GLAZED JUNGLE PAVILION 1960 sansouci forest studio residence- CONSTRUCTED IN EIGHT WEEKS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 5 PHOTOS CONVEY RADIANCE= organic metaphysical symbiosis ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ WORKING DRAWINGS DRAWN > two weeks convey poetic vision> ECONOMY POST & BEAM CONST

               +RADIANT IN THE TREES+
                 (>for my young family<
                    >marian & children<)

                  +SANSOUCI FOREST+
       >my children loved this sansouci<
          >forest glazed jungle pavilion<
                  +STUDIO RESIDENCE+

         >on moonlight nights we would<
           >turn out the lights and hear<
                     +JUNGLE SOUNDS+
           >while listening to koto music<
                >on our magnavox hi-fi<

               +PURE POETRY OF BEAUTY+
                     +IN THE MOONLIGHT+

            (>for my essays on this house<
               >written over several years<)
             >please (search)<
                +EUGENE RAY / DEGRUY+
                    +GLAZED PAVILION+


GLAZED JUNGLE PAVILIAN 1960- 2000 sq. ft. post & beam=$13,500 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 5 WORKING DRAWING SHEETS= drawn in 2 wks/const. in 8 wks- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 72-76 Ray residence >>>>>>> >( PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENT )< ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS GIVEN= to the historic n. o. collection @ our napoleon house lunch 2012


              >sansouci forest louisiana<
     >five working drawing sheets given<
          >to the historic n.o. collection<
               +RAY STUDIO RESIDENCE+
                  >two thousand sq. ft.<
         +studio residence plans drawn in<
           >two weeks w/ construction in<
                         +EIGHT WEEKS+

                   +1960 COST $13,500+

                  gene ray, lajolla, california

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

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