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Blaffer Blastoff Reports on the New Museum Renovation with Spoof

Harvard Trained Lead Architect Britta Bright, played by Blaffer Director Claudia Schmuckli, reviews her plans for a 45-story condo tower in downtown Dallas.

The latest post in Blaffer Blastoff, the Museum-on-hold’s renovation blog, designed to fill the dead air in their many social media outlets, is a comedy sketch. Rather than provide information on the (interesting, but possibly sensitive) real internal workings of their massive project, the Blaffer Art Museum’s blog  has created a fictional profile of a fictional team leading its real life renovation. Perhaps it’s a send up of the  recently opened WORKac: all cultural exhibition next door at the Hines College of Architecture?

WORKac: Architect Amale Andraos went to Harvard; Dan Wood got his MArch from Columbia

 

also by Bill Davenport
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