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Chronologically by Project or Building

  • 1970
    House II, Falk House -- Hardwick, Connecticut. Site provides four axonometric views. (Courtesy Lava.) Eisenman re-visited , a project based on Eisenman's House II by Horst Kiechle, Artist-in-Residence at the Sydney Regional Scientific Visualisation Laboratory, University of Sydney, attempts "to show a possible conversion of a right-angled building into an architectural hybrid consisting of the original architecture partly deconstructed, replaced and appended by a newly generated sculptural space."

    House III, Miller House -- Lakeville, Connecticut. archInform: Architectural Buildings/Projects Database. This database of over 5000 built and unrealized projects from various architects and planners includes images of House III. Go to Persons / Peter Eisenman / Projektliste / Haus III.

  • 1983
    Fin d'Ou T Hou S -- Project. "Founding Nietzsche in the Fin d'Ou T Hou S", by William T. Willoughby, Kent State University, traces the influence of Nietzsche on Eisenman as it relates to the project. The article appeared in the online architectural journal, Architronic. (c)1993, William T. Willoughby.

  • 1989
    Wexner Center for the Arts -- Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Visit either the Ohio State University site or a site produced by Professor Mary Ann Sullivan of Bluffton College.

  • 1993
    Greater Columbus Convention Center -- Columbus, Ohio. "Eisenmann's Chip-Board Fantasy, The Greater Columbus Convention Center", an illustrated article by Elwin C. Robison, Kent State University, appeared in the online architectural journal, Architronic. (c) 1994, Elwin C. Robison. A site from the University of New South Wales includes an aerial view of the Center.

  • 1996
    Aronoff Center, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning -- University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. The DAAP home page includes both a slide show of the building in construction and a Virtual Aronoff Center, which takes some time to load. The construction management firm for the project, Dugan & Meyers Construction Company, also has a site with images.

    Delirium -- An installation created in association with Douglas Cooper for the exhibition Gli immaginari della differenza of the 19th Milano Triennale.



    Related Sites of Interest

    Architecture Internet Resource Guide -- Compiled by Jeanne Brown, Architecture Studies Library, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, this guide covers primarily architecture, building, construction, and AEC sites, as well as design, real estate, housing, urban, energy, and environment sites.



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