Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

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

Monday, July 8, 2013


                       +AERODYNE SPORTS HOUSES+
                 >pavilion structures have galvanized my life<
                      >and drawing board over many years<
                   >for that talented SDSU/ED alumnus and<
                     >former student assistant of first rank<
                                      +JIM BOURKE+
                               ( of Bourke Designs, co. )
                      >who just contacted me via Facebook<
                      >to Jim and MABEL his radiant bride<
                        >whose wedding we always recall<        
                              >with many fond memories<

                                +TONIGHT'S PHOTOS+
                      >my approach to economy housing<
                          >learned from bungalow and<
                                         +U F O s+
                              >as well as sports cars<

   #1).                          +BAJA AERODYNE+                       
                       >beach bungalow with it's openable<
                        >resilient tensile seabreese design<
                                   +ECO MINDO 1996+
                            >suited to tropic environments<

   #2).                              +AERODYNE+
                       >framing system for John Floyd type<
                                    +SPORTS HOUSE+
                         >prototype study of the final phase<

    #3).                       +UfO SCOUT CRAFT+
                    >as photographed by George Adamski in<                      
                         >the California desert & Mt Palomar<
                             >galvanizing my life and work<

    #4).                +AERODYNE SPORTS HOUSE+
                    >rendered elevation drawing of the large<
                           >phase model designed for the<
                                    +BAJA BEACHES+

    #5).                       +SANSOUCI FOREST+
                      >our glazed pavilion studio house as<
                        >photographed at night in the years<
                          >progenitor of Aerodyne houses<
                              (building cost 13,500 dollars)

   #6).                              +HEXADOME+
                     >prototype economy residence concept<
                     >designed for the Hexadome company<
                         >headquartered in San Diego Ca<

                      +FOR THE 99 PERCENT OF OUR+
                       +CITIZENS WHO WANT HOUSES+
                           +CAN'T AFFORD TO BUILD+
                                ( official housing stats )

                            Eugene Ray mfa, Architect
                             Professor Emeritus, sdsu

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