Definition funny of Balmond:

urbanAlmonds that have fallen into a women's cleavage, and are then thrown at certain people that need to go mow lawns.

urbanPerson 1: Whats up? Person 2: That's what your face said!!! Person 1: Stop saying that's what your face said to everything I say or i'll throw balmonds at you!!


Books about Balmond:

booksCecil Balmond: Frontiers of Architecture I by Michael Holm, Kjeld Kjeldsen, Cecil Balmond and Martin Kemp (Mar 1, 2008)

booksA+U Special Issue: Cecil Balmond by A+U Special Issue (May 1, 2006)

booksMetropolis Magazine, March 2003 (Cecil Balmond, Thom Mayne) by Susan S. Szenasy (2003)

booksWater colour: as lead designer, Cecil Balmond completes his first bridge, in Coimbra.: An article from: The Architectural... by Rob Gregory (Apr 16, 2007)

booksAnish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond's towering steel 'icon' for the 2012 Olympics is just a messy, meaningless, plutocrat's... by William Curtis (Jun 9, 2010)

booksCecil Balmond: CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART.: An article from: Artforum International by Christopher Bedford (May 2, 2011)

booksRem Koolhaas and Cecil Balmond with Arup: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2006 by Cecil Balmond and Rem Koolhaas (Jul 1, 2008)


Wiki information Balmond:

Cecil Balmond
Author, Influence Node, Project participant, Structural engineer, Engineer, Person

Cecil Balmond is a Sri Lankan – British designer, artist, architect, and writer. In 1968 Balmond joined Ove Arup & Partners, leading him to become deputy chairman. In 2000 he founded design and research group, the AGU. He currently holds the Paul...

Ito-Balmond Serpentine Pavilion

The Ito-Balmond Serpentine Pavilion is a structure designed by Cecil Balmond and Toyo Ito and originally built for the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion programme in London's Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, in 2002 and now part of a restaurant in southern...