Architectural references from Bob Dylan
- Absolutely Sweet Marie – But where are you tonight, sweet Marie? the receptionist who distributes the paychecks.
- Blowin in the Wind – How many times must a man look up and see the sky, and the 15lb roofing felt waiting on the final roof shingle installation.
- Buckets of Rain – Everything about you is bringin’ me misery and/or water infiltration problems. (see also #15)
- Boots of Spanish Leather – for Zaha Hadid (see also #11)
- Don’t think twice, it’s all right – You just kind of wasted my precious time, but don’t think twice it’s alright when you’ve run out of time to double check the section reference tags.
- Girl from the North Country – Maya Lin (see also #11)
- A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall – which leads to water infiltration problems (see also #3)
- Highway 61 revisited – Jarring shift from Acoustic hand drafting to Electric computer aided drafting
- I shall be released – ie. concrete form liners
- It ain’t me babe – ie. consultant’s typical response
- Just like a woman – Women in Architecture are awesome
- Lay, Lady, Lay – Female Masons (see also #11)
- Maggie’s Farm – firm at which I ain’t gonna work no more
- Man of Constant Sorrow – yep
- Rainy Day Women #12 & #35 – Fluid Applied Air Barriers from W.R. Grace. #35 is for cold weather applications
- Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands – Kazuyo Sejima (see also #11)
- Shelter from the Storm – Roof and/or walls, awnings when doors are locked
- Song to Woody – Maybe a little too excited to complete a project. (see also #11)
- Talkin Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues – People just kept-a-piling on and that whole building was a-going down
- Visions of Johanna – Jeanne Gang (see also #11)
- When I Paint my Masterpiece – an Architect left Rome, and landed in Brussels.
photos from Kiddharma’s photostream on Flickr (used under creative commons license)
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