I'm trying to recall an architecture book I saw in the late 1990's,
paperback, with very odd futuristic building drawings - I've managed
to forget the title of the book and the author's name but I do
remember it was a name something like "Beezius" or "Beerzius", I
recall that it started with "Bee" and there was an "ius" on the end.
There was a nice perspective drawing of the Pantheon at the beginning
of the book, that was the only "normal" building in there but the rest
was very imaginative. I think his first name might have been "Bernard"
but am not sure.
I tried google, searching for futurist architects and amazon which
does not seem to sort authors alphabetically, unfortunately...
Thanks. The book's picture stand out in my mind because the
buildings were astonshingly unsual conceptual designs, odd
shapes,lopsided, futuristic. But, the front piece or one of the first
pages of the book had the most beautiful perspective drawing of the
Parthenon. Don't know what that was doing there, especially in that
I'm wondering if that "Beezius" or whatever was just a nickname.
Well, I'll keep searching, it will come to me sooner or later.
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