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A Look At Tsui's "Fish House"

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 11, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Eric last modified Dec 10, 2015

Berkleyside.com recently featured an article on the “Fish House” in Berkeley, CA designed by architect and Bruce Goff apprentice, Eugene Tsui. This work of Organic Architecture has been billed as the most-photographed (and most natural disaster-proof) architectural design in Berkeley. The article goes on to describe Tsui's life and other work, much of which is as unique as Tsui himself. Read it here. Image credit: John Storey




 

 

Screen Shot 2015-12-10 at 7.39.49 AMBerkleyside.com recently featured an article on the “Fish House” in Berkeley, CA designed by architect and Bruce Goff apprentice, Eugene Tsui. This work of Organic Architecture has been billed as the most-photographed (and most natural disaster-proof) architectural design in Berkeley. The article goes on to describe Tsui's life and other work, much of which is as unique as Tsui himself. Read it here.

Image credit: John Storey


 

 

 
 
 

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