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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    Thomas Heatherwick’s Vessel Public Amenity or “Playground for Billionaires?”

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    Son Yang Won Memorial Museum 

     Lee Eunseok + KOMA

    2016

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    Son Yang Won Memorial Museum 

    Architect  :Lee EunseokKOMA 

    Location: Haman-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea 

    2016

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago


     Salk Institute 

    Architect :Louis Kahn

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    The Jewish Museum Berlin

    designed by architect Daniel Libeskind

    Berlin, Germany

    1999

    #berlin#cultural #monuments and memorials
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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    Limoges Concert Hall

    Limoges, France

    FIRM:  Bernard Tschumi Architects

    Year: 2007

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago
    The Manhattan Transcripts 1976-1981

    Tschumi has always been interested in concept and experience. In fact, long before his first completed project, the contemporary of Zaha Hadid and Rem Koolhaas was already widely known for his theoretical drawings and written texts, like The Manhattan Transcripts developed in the late 1970s, in which he transcribed aspects normally removed from conventional architectural representation, like the complex relationship between spaces and their use. The Manhattan Transcripts differ from most architectural drawings insofar as they are neither real projects nor mere fantasies. They proposed to transcribe an architectural interpretation of reality.

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago
    Bernard Tschumi

    Bernard Tschumi, an integral part of the architectural landscape of France, has proven that architecture isn’t simply about space and form, but also about event, action and what happens in space. He believed that there was no architecture without events, actions or activity. This has remained central to his work, where architecture must originate from ideas and concepts before becoming form, and cannot be dissociated from the events and movements of the living beings that inhabit it. His buildings respond to and intensify the activities that occur within them, and the combination of spaces, movements and events change and creatively extend the structures that contain them. He relates, “I would like people in general, and not only architects, to understand that architecture is not only what it looks like, but also what happens in it.”

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago
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    Another view of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

    Petet Eisenman

    Location: Berlin, Germany

    Year: 1998 - 2005

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    06.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    John Deere World Headquarters

    designed by Eero Saarinen 

    60′s

    Cor-ten, a material that resists corrosion by forming a protective coating of iron oxide, develops an earthy color as it ages, much like newly plowed soil. Developed for railroad track construction and other uses, this marked the first use of Cor-ten in an architectural application.

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    01.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    Domo

    by Spain’s Ensamble Studio

    Is it possible for an object to create atmosphere?

    #sculpture#overhang #landscape and architecture #object
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    01.11.2017 - 3 years ago

    Plaza Cultural Norte
    Architects:Oscar Gonzalez MoixLocation:La Molina

    Peru

     2016

    #timeless architecture#nature#material #landscape and architecture
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    01.11.2017 - 3 years ago

     Parc de la Villette

    Architect: Bernard Tschumi Architects

    1987

    The 125-acre cultural park composed of over 25 buildings, promenades, covered walkways, bridges, landscaped gardens and red enameled steel follies that support different cultural and leisure activities is based on “culture” rather than “nature” 

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    01.11.2017 - 3 years ago
    Spatial experience

    Spatial experience is dynamic, and relies not on what’s constructed (bricks and mortar) but on what is not constructed…..space. Viewing architecture as space reminds us that the Experience of the built environment is primarily the experience of spatial boundaries and connections.

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    01.11.2017 - 3 years ago
    Water park

    How small or large parts of a city can serve as spaces for activities and create a sense of community? How a site within city can be transformed to promote green infrastructure? Maybe a water park can serve as a gathering space by incorporating various programmatic elements, including community gardens, bike paths, platforms for hosting cultural and sport events, amphitheater, and playground. 

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    18.10.2017 - 3 years ago

    water provides several opportunities,  but also we need to be aware of sea level rise. So what if we start building on water?

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    18.10.2017 - 3 years ago

    pathway uninterrupted by bikes and other traffics  

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