Came across this dutch colonial at the corner of Pillsbury and 26th. Usually not a big fan of the dutch colonial roof but the Double Dutch is pretty rad. Almost as rad as this:
Albert Ledner was a New Orleans-based architect who died this past week. He was known for some fairly idiosyncratic buildings like the one in New York seen above. We don't purport to know where he fits in the pantheon of modern American architects, but we do know his divergent designs made our cities more interesting places. In our opinion, it's always better to be different than merely mediocre.
Some possibly out-of-work philosophy major spraypainted 'Kant is a moron' on the walls of his crumbling home. We're not sure if the vandals were treating Kant as a means or an end here, but what we do know is that his old house is pretty cool, even aside from the historical value. They should obviously restore that poor thing. What's up Kaliningrad?