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Se dovessi insegnarvi architettura? davvero una domanda difficile… Inizierei proibendo gli ordini, mettendo la parola fine a questa incartapecorita stupidaggine degli ordini, una incredibile sfida all’intelligenza. Insisterei su un vero rispetto per l’architettura. D’altro lato, racconterei ai miei studenti come siano commuoventi le cose dell’Acropoli di Atene, di cui comprenderanno in seguito la superiore grandezza. Prometterei di spiegare la magnificenza di Palazzo Farnese e del vasto golfo spirituale che si stende tra le absidi e la facciata di San Pietro, ambedue rigorosamente costruite con il medesimo “ordine”, però una da Michelangelo e l’altra da Alberti (sic) -e parlerei di molti altri fatti, i più semplici e veri dell’architettura, la cui comprensione richiede una certa competenza. Insisterei sul fatto che nobiltà, purezza, comprensione intellettuale, bellezza plastica e l’eterna qualità delle proporzioni rappresentano le gioie che l’architettura può offrire e che ciascuno può comprendere.
(Le Corbusier)

 

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Landscape House Milad Eshtiyaghi

Iranian architect Milad Eshtiyaghi creates wonderful concepts for unique contemporary homes. He often uses interesting landscapes as the backdrop for sculptural architectural works. His latest concept is called Landscape House and it acts as a continuation of the varied surfaces of the mountainous forests of Switzerland.

True to its name, Landscape House seems to emerge from the forest floor in two sweeping white volumes. By rotating the forms, Eshtiyaghi resolves the cantilever by allowing one volume to rest on the other. Each extrusion ends with a façade of floor-to-ceiling glass that allows for unobstructed views outwards. The careful overlap and rotation of the volumes mean that occupants can enjoy two uniquely framed views from the comfort of indoors.

Posted: July 20, 2021, 12:01 pm

Landscape House Milad Eshtiyaghi

Iranian architect Milad Eshtiyaghi creates wonderful concepts for unique contemporary homes. He often uses interesting landscapes as the backdrop for sculptural architectural works. His latest concept is called Landscape House and it acts as a continuation of the varied surfaces of the mountainous forests of Switzerland.

True to its name, Landscape House seems to emerge from the forest floor in two sweeping white volumes. By rotating the forms, Eshtiyaghi resolves the cantilever by allowing one volume to rest on the other. Each extrusion ends with a façade of floor-to-ceiling glass that allows for unobstructed views outwards. The careful overlap and rotation of the volumes mean that occupants can enjoy two uniquely framed views from the comfort of indoors.

Posted: July 19, 2021, 8:02 pm

Thanks, life has been interesting. I have never worked as much as I have since March of 2020. trying to keep the office above water has been a rollercoaster, now we are trying to keep up with all the new projects trying to get of the gate while construction costs are gong through the roof.

Big hug to everyone out there, know that you are not alone, it has been a year that we will never forget.

Posted: July 19, 2021, 7:48 pm


Inversion by Herm the Younger

Posted: July 19, 2021, 7:41 pm

Ennead Architects’ Shanghai Astronomy Museum

Ennead Architects has unveiled its completed Shanghai Astronomy Museum, the celestial object-focused new branch of the landmark Shanghai Science and Technology Museum in the city’s Pudong district. (The Perkins&Will-designed Shanghai Natural History Museum at Jing’an Sculpture Park is the museum’s other main satellite location.) Spanning 420,000 square feet, the expansive facility, which opens to the public on July 18, is the largest astronomy (only) museum in the world.

Posted: July 16, 2021, 10:00 am

Fictional Homes Reimagined as Polly Pockets

Polly Pocket has made giant leaps and bounds since super-dad Chris Wiggs first built a tiny dollhouse in a powder compact for his daughter, Kate, in 1983. Since Polly Pocket was born, the concept has been bought up first by Bluebird Toys, and then Mattel. It has been relaunched, redesigned, and publicized with spin-off shows and a trilogy of movies.

TheToyZone worked with CGI artist Jan Koudela to create ultra-real-looking Polly Pockets from the fictional worlds of Stranger Things, Lord of the Rings and more.

Posted: July 15, 2021, 3:51 pm

Asian Royalty: 6 ruined castles across Asia, reconstructed

While some centuries-old castles are still standing tall, sadly others haven’t withstood the ravages of time, war, or natural disaster quite as well. To give you an idea of what once was, Budget Direct has collaborated with a team of researchers, architects and digital CGI masters to bring six Asian castles back to life, digitally. Here’s Japan’s Hagi Castle, which was built in 1604 but sadly was dismantled in 1874.

Other castles explored in the series of reconstructions are:

Alamut Castle, Alamut Valley, Iran

The Old Summer Palace, Beijing, China

Citadel of Ghazni, Ghazni, Afghanistan

Raigad Fort, Raigad, Maharashtra, India


Takeda Castle, Asago, Hyōgo, Japan

Posted: July 13, 2021, 4:25 pm

Ring of Fire

Posted: June 16, 2021, 8:33 pm

Hotel Siro MOUNT FUJI ARCHITECTS STUDIO

Posted: June 16, 2021, 8:26 pm

Joined + Jointed collection

Posted: June 2, 2021, 3:38 pm


The Adaptation Sofa by @fabionovembre

Posted: June 2, 2021, 3:23 pm


Maurice Smith (1926–2020), Architect of Complexity 

 It’s fitting that long-time MIT architecture professor Maurice Smith, who died this December at 94, had been, in his youth, a New Zealand ping-pong master because everything he taught in studios for over 40 years was nuanced with spin, subtlety and intellectual swerve. Out of his own asymmetrical spirit, in his own oblique language, from his richly layered thought system, Maurice—as everyone called him—taught students to think different. Why design a conventional three bedroom apartment when, after all, a group of Highland bagpipers might want an apartment with a figure-8 circulation?

Read the rest of the article following the source link.

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Posted: March 23, 2021, 4:17 pm


Marcel Breuer - Whitney

Vytenis Janknas / Sony World Photography Awards 2021

Posted: March 23, 2021, 1:25 pm
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory by CannonDesign:
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The article delves into how the structural design helps tell the story of the ground-breaking research that will happen within. With themes like transparency and objectivity which drive the scientific process, the exposed structural steel and concrete reinforce these themes throughout the interior and exterior.

Posted: February 12, 2021, 1:50 pm


Jenaro Pindú

Jenaro Pindú (1946–1993) was a prominent cartoonist, sculptor and architect of Paraguay. He was a student of Hermann Guggiari, one of the best-known Paraguayan sculptors of the twentieth century. (via Wikipedia)

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Posted: February 4, 2021, 2:14 pm
150-Foot Vessel Sculpture at Hudson Yards Closes After 3rd Suicide:

The Vessel, the spiraling staircase at Hudson Yards on Manhattan’s Far West Side, was closed to visitors on Tuesday, a day after a 21-year-old man jumped to his death in the third suicide in less than a year.

It was unclear when the 150-foot structure, the vast development’s centerpiece, would reopen to the public. A spokesman for Related Companies, the developer of Hudson Yards, said that the structure was “temporarily closed” and that the firm was consulting with suicide-prevention experts, including psychiatrists, about how to limit the potential for more suicides.

Posted: January 13, 2021, 3:05 pm


Tadao Ando’s Bourse de Commerce — Pinault Collection

“The Bourse de Commerce features ten exhibition galleries, as well as reception and mediation spaces,” explains the project description. “They can put on different presentations or else work together in a continuum. A 284-seat Auditorium will host talks, encounters, projections, concerts, etc. The Studio, a vast ‘black box’ in the basement, will be ideal for the presentation of video and sound pieces. The Foyer, around the Auditorium, will also be able to put on performances, installations and free forms.”

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Posted: January 8, 2021, 2:30 pm


Ortraum Architects builds cosy woodland cabin from cross-laminated timber

Kynttilä by Ortraum Architects is a wooden cabin set on Lake Saimaa in Finland, with a glazed, gabled end that has views of the water.Helsinki-based Ortraum Architects built Kynttilä, which translates to “candle”, close to the Russian border near Savonlinna.

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Posted: January 6, 2021, 1:28 am


Illusory Street Typography Pops Off the Wall in Bold Murals by Ben Johnston

Toronto-based designer Ben Johnston plays with color, shadow, and perspective to create typography that appears three-dimensional in his site-specific murals. He’s a self-taught designer, spending time in the agency world of South Africa before moving back to his home country of Canada to pursue a freelance career focusing on branding and typography.

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Posted: January 5, 2021, 8:35 pm


Moynihan Train Hall SOM

The expansion of Penn Station’s concourse has an acre of glass that lets the sun pour down, and installations by Kehinde Wiley, Stan Douglas and Elmgreen & Dragset.

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Posted: December 30, 2020, 7:50 pm

 

 


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