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And so to Retrolounge: 'bringing you the best of bygone eras' at www.bitlounge.net/retrolounge. A dozen choices, are available: advertising, photography and, of course, architecture among them. You click near the feet of the clean-living young '50s woman in gloves, brown business suit with a pencil skirt and close-fitting hat. The architecture selection goes from Antti Lovage and those two orange concrete bubble houses on the Cote d'Azur, through Jean Maneval and the six-shell bubble, to Matti Suuronen and the Futuro house. This is a site designed by Patricia Gaspar and is a collection of collections--links to hundreds of retro-related sites. Keep it off limits to your staff: they could veg happily here all day.

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Title Annotation:Browser; Architectural services
Author:Lyall, Sutherland
Publication:The Architectural Review
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Sep 1, 2004
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