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Itä-Pasila muistuttaa yllättävän paljon GM:n Futurama-mallia vuoden 1939 New Yorkin maailmannäyttelystä. Itse olin kuvitellut, että inspiraatio olisi tullut sodan jälkeisistä sosialistidiktatuureista, mutta luulo ei ole tiedon väärti.  Onkohan Itä-Pasilaa rakennettu laajamittaisesti joskus Jenkkeihin? Muutaman messukeskuksen lähellä sielläkin on vastaavaa, mutta ei samassa mittakaavassa.

Itä-Pasila muistuttaa yllättävän paljon GM:n Futurama-mallia vuoden 1939 New Yorkin maailmannäyttelystä. Itse olin kuvitellut, että inspiraatio olisi tullut sodan jälkeisistä sosialistidiktatuureista, mutta luulo ei ole tiedon väärti. Onkohan Itä-Pasilaa rakennettu laajamittaisesti joskus Jenkkeihin? Muutaman messukeskuksen lähellä sielläkin on vastaavaa, mutta ei samassa mittakaavassa.

Cadillac Place | Designed by Albert Kahn | W Grand Blvd, Detroit | Former GM HQ

Cadillac Place | Designed by Albert Kahn | W Grand Blvd, Detroit | Former GM HQ

The factory dates back to Packard’s 1903 move from its birthplace of Warren, Ohio, to Detroit. Designed by Albert Kahn, who became one of America’s foremost industrial architects (his works include Ford’s Rouge plant and GM’s headquarters of 1919), the East Grand Avenue plant was one of this country’s earliest examples of reinforced concrete construction, and was once admired as one of the most advanced factories in the world.

Has the end finally come for the Packard plant?

The factory dates back to Packard’s 1903 move from its birthplace of Warren, Ohio, to Detroit. Designed by Albert Kahn, who became one of America’s foremost industrial architects (his works include Ford’s Rouge plant and GM’s headquarters of 1919), the East Grand Avenue plant was one of this country’s earliest examples of reinforced concrete construction, and was once admired as one of the most advanced factories in the world.

Fisher Building exterior.  The Fisher Building is arguably Detroit's finest structures.  If it was in New York or Chicago, countless movies would already have been filmed in it's magnificent arcade.  It is one of the finest examples of Art Deco in the world.  The building was designed by world renowned and prolific Detroit architect Albert Kahn

Fisher Building exterior. The Fisher Building is arguably Detroit's finest structures. If it was in New York or Chicago, countless movies would already have been filmed in it's magnificent arcade. It is one of the finest examples of Art Deco in the world. The building was designed by world renowned and prolific Detroit architect Albert Kahn

The Herta and Amir Building by Preston Scott Cohen | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

The Herta and Amir Building by Preston Scott Cohen | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Construction of the original office and factory buildings of the Packard Plant in1903. The building was designed by Albert Kahn.

Construction of the original office and factory buildings of the Packard Plant in1903. The building was designed by Albert Kahn.

A new urban park in Ontario will take sheltered but unused space below a raised roadway and turn it into a place for walking, cycling and outdoor performances. A project of urban designer Ken Green…

A new urban park in Ontario will take sheltered but unused space below a raised roadway and turn it into a place for walking, cycling and outdoor performances. A project of urban designer Ken Green…

Grupo Archigram, 1961-1974.Uma Fábula da técnica.

Grupo Archigram, 1961-1974.Uma Fábula da técnica.

Arte e Arquitetura: "Superstudio Revisitado" por Nitsche Arquitetos + Jorn Konijn,Fotomontagem © Nitsche Arquitetura

Galeria de Arte e Arquitetura: "Superstudio Revisitado" por Nitsche Arquitetos + Jorn Konijn - 2

Arte e Arquitetura: "Superstudio Revisitado" por Nitsche Arquitetos + Jorn Konijn,Fotomontagem © Nitsche Arquitetura

5. Highland Park Ford Plant, Highland Park, MI 1910. Architect: Albert Kahn. Because of its spacious design, it set the precedent for many factories and production plants built thereafter. In 1913, the Highland Park Ford Plant became the first automobile production facility in the world to implement the assembly line.

5. Highland Park Ford Plant, Highland Park, MI 1910. Architect: Albert Kahn. Because of its spacious design, it set the precedent for many factories and production plants built thereafter. In 1913, the Highland Park Ford Plant became the first automobile production facility in the world to implement the assembly line.

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