fuller-building

A potential fourth season of Hannibal would, Fuller revealed, reinvent the dynamic between Will and Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) “in a huge way” - he bills it as a reinvention of the entire series. “Bryan described how a prospective fourth season might play out - or feature film, whatever it might be at this stage - and it was such a different place for them to go,” Dancy said. “I thought it sounded fascinating - an amazing inversion and almost a return to the first season, but a new kind of storytelling.”
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Bryan and Hugh

INVERSION? RETURN TO THE FIRST SEASON? WHAT DO YOU MEAN REINVENT WHAT IS THERE TO REINVENT? if they keep this up i’ll have a nervous breakdown before we even get to the finale

The gracefull Fuller Building (Walker & Gillette, 1929) in early 1930. 

Photo: Irving Underhill

Source: Stern, Robert A.M. Gilmartin, Gregory. Mellins, Tomás. “New York 1930. Architecture and Urbanism between the Two World Wars” (Nueva York. Rizzoli. 1987).

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ARCHITECTURAL DELIVERIES 

From Left to Right: 

Nils Ole Lund, First the Building Then The Site, 1982 / Christo, 42,390 Cubic Feet Package, 1966 

Buckminster Fuller, Air Deliverable Theater 140-Foot Diameter, Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan / A Sikorsky Skycrane Making an Aerial Delivery of a Prefabricated Box House by Utility Services Inc., 1967