The Imperial Hotel / Razin Khan

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m.perrino
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The Imperial Hotel / Razin Khan

Post by m.perrino »

Many thanks to the FLW Trust for bringing the realization of this work to us. Great appreciation to Razin Khan for his kindness in honoring apprentice Jay Pace. We are all indebted to Mr. Khan for sharing his tremendous talent with us. This presentation brought tears to my eyes. He made it come alive.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

Thank you. Is there a link you can provide for us ?

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juankbedoya
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Re: The Imperial Hotel / Razin Khan

Post by juankbedoya »

SDR wrote:
Mon Mar 01, 2021 8:04 pm
Thank you. Is there a link you can provide for us ?

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Yesterday it was released in the youtube channel of Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, but for some reason now it has been deleted.

juankbedoya
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Re: The Imperial Hotel / Razin Khan

Post by juankbedoya »

well, here it is... Actually it's hidden... I don't know why...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZ9phSr ... rightTrust

JimM
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Post by JimM »

Breathtaking. Masterful replication of textures and detailing, a far more difficult task than even Midway Gardens. Refreshing to see signs of live such as butterflies interacting with the architecture, rather than 3D human zombies commonly seen milling about aimlessly.
Bravo Razin!

Roderick Grant
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Especially impressive are the reflections of the building in the undulating water of the pools. Eventually CGI zombies will evolve into credible humans, and we can watch Anne Baxter and Joan Fontaine (who resided there as a teen and hated it) walking through the place, stopping for lunch.

SDR
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Post by SDR »

Bravo. After a lifetime spent with still photos of the building, we finally realize its being and content.

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SDR
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Ken Dahlin has some interesting insights into the building. See pp 151-179:

https://dc.uwm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi? ... ontext=etd

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