How an Untrained Architect Made Oklahoma the Capital of Kitsch
Meet the latest maverick of the architecture world to steal our hearts, Bruce Goff. Lesser known amongst design laity, but just as groundbreaking as his fellow Midwesterner and mentor, Frank Lloyd Wright, Goff's work was quite simply jaw-dropping. Case in point? The domed, technicolour house above.
www.adamphotogallery.com/ Xilitla, a small village in the Sierra Gorda of Mexico where surrealist artist and British blue blood Edward James chose to settle and construct his surrealist sculptures in its jungles.