Brook-Kothlow and Zabriskie Point

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Rosamond Press

I looked at videos of the movie ‘Zabriskie Point’ two days ago, and am amazed at how similar this movie is to my investigation into how my sister died.

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And so with his first project, Brook-Kothlow had made a name for
himself. For the better part of the next 15 or so years, the architect
was in high demand, all the while repeatedly drawing from that Duncans
Mills timber stash and outdoing himself, it must be said, with each
new project. In ’69, it was the Staude House, his first radial design
and the first project to come directly from the Hill of the Hawk work.
In ’71, there was Coker Studio. In ’74, he did the Kemnitz House. In
’78, he was building his own house and studio. In the ’80s, there were
houses for Michael Trotter and Allen Fox. A few of these are visible
from…

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I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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