Brandon Safford
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  • Bedford, TX
  • United States
  • Student, Architecture
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My Profession
Student, Architecture
My Employer/School
Tarrant County College
My Position/Title
Student
I'm Interested in
Networking, Friendship, Job inquiries
My Professional associations
Phi Theta Kappa
Boy Scouts of America
My Professional Certifications
Enhanced Member: Phi Theta Kappa
My Favorite Architects/ Designers
Frank Lloyd Wright
Diego Villaseñor
Jacques Saint Dizier
Bart Prince
Moore Ruble Yudell
Legoretta + Legoretta
Eddie Jones
Wallace E. Cunningham
Savin Couëlle
Peter Bohlin
Marc Appleton
My Favorite Buildings/locations
Falling Water
Kimbell Art Museum (Fort Worth, TX)
Chico's Paradise (Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico)

Brandon Safford's Blog

Historic Arlington, TX: The Old Mayor's House

Posted on August 6, 2009 at 1:18am 0 Comments

Our professor wanted to expose us to the Preservation side of architecture. Arlington, Texas has a number of historical sites scattered about. Of course, one must keep in mind that "historic" in the DFW Metroplex means it's older than about 50 years old, once again proving Eddie Izzard correct when he makes fun of us.



"We've restored this building to the way it looked over FIFTY YEARS AGO!!!"



"Surely not! No one was alive back… Continue

Rest in Peace, Julius Shulman

Posted on July 29, 2009 at 9:17pm 0 Comments

I only recently found out that Julius Shulman died at 98 on July 15th, 2009. If you have not had the chance to do so, please read his obituary. He was to architectural photography what Annie Leibovitz is to people portraits, or what Ansel Adams is to natural photography. Shulman was a Photog, which is photographer lingo for "master of the lens." And among photogs, Shulman was a grand master, an icon, accomplished something few others can ever do:… Continue

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Photos (3 Part Series)

Posted on July 25, 2009 at 12:39pm 0 Comments

The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, TX, is a Pritzker Prize masterwork by I.M. Pei and Russell Johnson, nestled in the heart of the Arts District. My class was lucky enough to be offered an in-depth architectural tour of it by architect Tom Cox. There are so many photos and so much information to cover, that I've split it into a three part series.…



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The Cube Project (Seven to Sundae)

Posted on July 15, 2009 at 9:09pm 1 Comment

From concept to implementation, to re-implementation, 7 cubes, Golden Scale to one another, realized in physical 3D form. Documenting mistakes, misconceptions, and admitting I'd have to start over after completing about 90% of the project was only half the fun.



Following our exploration of The Golden Ratio, my Professor assigned… Continue

Separating Space and Serving Soup

Posted on July 7, 2009 at 7:50pm 0 Comments

In the latest blog entry, we compare and contrast great architecture to...a bowl of soup?



Architecture separates space. Before the structure, there is only the client, the environment, and space. The plan must meet the means, needs, and desires of the client. The structure must durably transcend the challenges the environment poses to achieve those ends. An engineer considers this before designing a structure. An architect makes an art of… Continue

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