Re: Architecture and Pop-Art?

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> Can anyone direct me to any architects whose work was/is either directly or
> indirectly inspired by the pop-art of the sixties.
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> Joe Briganti
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You might want to check out Frank Gehry's work. He has made some pieces that
could be described as pop-art, for instance Rebecca's and Main Street, both
in Venice, Camp Good times, Santa Monica Mountains, all in California.

Have fun,

Henri Achten,
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Online Architecture Students Eindhoven
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