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Ford Foundation Atrium | The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley, photo copyright David Leventi, 2013.

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from ArchDaily

Gallery of 5 Projects: Interview 4 / Brian Spring - 17

Ford Foundation Atrium, NYC. Architect: Kevin Roche

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from Dwell

Inside the Ford Foundation with Sheila Hicks

Sheila Hicks returns to New York City's Ford Foundation to replace a series of sublimely modernist wall hangings

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Art Deco Perfume Bottle II by DannyFord, via Flickr

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Pond in the Woods, 1922 by Georgia O'Keeffe, (American 1887-1986)

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Seguimos buscando el color y hoy nos acercamos a las vibrantes calles de La Havana, Cuba | We keep looking for colour and today we approach to the vibrant streets of Havana, Cuba.

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Gallery of Studying the "Manual of Section": Architecture's Most Intriguing Drawing - 6

Gallery of Studying the "Manual of Section": Architecture's Most Intriguing…

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Suzanne Farrell (born 08/16/45) is an eminent ballerina (often referred to as the greatest American lyric ballerina) and the founder of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. She was born Roberta Sue Ficker in Cincinnati and received her early training at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. In 1960 she was selected to study at George Balanchine's School of American Ballet with a Ford Foundation scholarship in 1960 and joined the New York City Ballet in 1961.

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awesome Anglo Saxon Lesson Paln. Make your own Sutton Hoo Helmet with EBK Activity Sheets

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Thomas Hoadley used the Japanese technique of nerikomi to create the delicate lines of color in this vessel. He stacked thousands of thin layers of colored clay to create a "loaf," then cut the loaf into thin slices and assembled the pieces to create the bowl’s final form. Stunning result!

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