Following:Clients From Hell
In European city, you can usually tell where the oldest part of town is. It’s most likely at the center, pinpointed by some grand church, with layers of progressively newer buildings spiraling out from it.
This pattern holds true in the Netherlands, according to an interactive map of…
Professor William Barnett explains why leaders should build a company culture in which their employees can flourish: http://stnfd.biz/rklKF
— John Muir (via theohpioneer)
Slough. Acrylic on panel.
Site plan for a Venice Housing project by Gregotti Associati, 1982.
Seeing the designs grow both from the general character of the context and a concern for a consistent system of building, the typical Modern forms have been mutated with neo-vernacular balconies, battlements and roof terraces.
Matthew Trygve Tung - Henniker Point, graphite and gouache on paper, 30x40”, 2012
The dragons’ den. Chinese opportunism meets British entrepreneurialism: Darryl Chen’s New Socialist Village features this extensive drawing, which you can see in full at the Venice Takeaway
President and CEO of United Continental Holdings Jeff Smisek shared personal career advice and lessons growing a successful airline business in last week’s Stanford GSB View From The Top Series talk. For more leadership insights, see the top #GSBVFTT tweets: http://stnfd.biz/jaafK