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Medieval Parametricism: Inside Gaudí's Unfinished Masterpiece

An exhibition explores the digital nature of the ongoing design and construction of Antonio Gaudi's Sagrada Familia.

An Exhibit at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, The City College of New York, September 2014 – May 2015. Curator: George Ranalli More than a century after Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí began working on the Expiatory Church of the Holy Family, Sagrada Família remains under construction. This catalog focuses on that dynamic and ongoing process, and on the successive builders’ incorporation of new technologies into the structure´s magnificent design, a living work of…

An Exhibit at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, The City College of New York, September 2014 – May Curator: George Ranalli More than…

Incredible Sand Sculptures by Lucinda Wierenga

Incredible Sand Sculptures by Lucinda Wierenga

Sand Sculptures, The Sand, Building, Sands, Instagram Blog

Client review: George Ranalli is a professional and a pleasure. Under unbearable time constraints of 6-months, Mr. Ranalli brilliantly designed, supervised the construction, and delivered what we call, "The Miracle on 32nd Street." He designed a bright and engaging space for 135 children ages 2-5 years which is a perfect back-drop for a play / arts-based educational program and preschool community. Since, Mr. Ranalli continues to support us with ideas and solutions; we trust and rely on him.

Client review: George Ranalli is a professional and a pleasure. Under unbearable time constraints of 6-months, Mr. Ranalli brilliantly designed, supervised the construction, and delivered what we call, "The Miracle on 32nd Street." He designed a bright and engaging space for 135 children ages 2-5 years which is a perfect back-drop for a play / arts-based educational program and preschool community. Since, Mr. Ranalli continues to support us with ideas and solutions; we trust and rely on him.

flying drone captures images of the apple campus under construction - designboom | architecture

flying drone captures images of the apple campus under construction_Designed by british architect Sir Norman Foster

Quincy Smelter, Franklin Township, MI (Riveted Steel Column)

Quincy Smelter, Franklin Township, MI (Riveted Steel Column)

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