.@dezeen ::: La #VIVIENDA para #PERSONAS_SIN_HOGAR es « una #curita » para la #escasez en el #Reino_Unido, dice #Peter_Barber, @PpeterPeter #arquitecto… #Lizzie_Crook @lzbthcrk.

Los #arquitectos deberían usar su #influencia para #ayudar a poner #fin_a_la_crisis  de #personas_sin_hogar en #Londres, dijo el especialista en #vivienda #Peter_Barber en una #entrevista  exclusiva con #Dezeen, pero admite que sus proyectos "solo #rascan la #superficie" del #problema. Barber ha diseñado numerosos proyectos de viviendas para personas sin hogar en Londres, incluidos los  esquemas de Mount Pleasant y Spring Gardens . Sin embargo, es consciente... Lire la Suite →

.@archdaily ::: The CREATIVE Process of the Four #Pioneers of #Modern_Architecture: #Le_Corbusier, #Mies_van_der_Rohe, #Frank_Lloyd_Wright, #Louis_Kahn… Written by #Christele_Harrouk.

The #Architectural_realm has always been torn between #artistic and #rational_cosmos. During our #architectural_studies, we are rarely given #one_specific_methodology with which we can #approach_a_project, resulting in #diverse_outcomes and #methods of #designing. However, in order for us to #discover our personal stand, we must #look_back at the #logic and #philosophy of the #great_pioneers who #influenced_architecture before us. Le Corbusier, Mies... Lire la Suite →

#Bernard_Tschumi ::: The #Uncanny and the #Architecture of #DECONSTRUCTION. #Open_Humanities_Press : #ImageandNarrative 2003 #Bart_Van_der_Straeten.

Abstract (En): This article shows how an understanding of the uncanny may be crucial to an understanding of contemporary deconstructionist architecture. Projects and buildings by Bernard Tschumi, Peter Eisenman, Coop Himmelblau and Daniel Libeskind are analysed in order to reveal how contemporary architecture makes use of the uncanny, on the one hand, to criticise traditional... Lire la Suite →

#Bernard_TSCHUMI #architects ::: [1] projects, awards, publications… The intertwining concepts of “#event” and “#movement” in #architecture are supported by #Tschumi’s belief that #architecture is the #most_important _innovation of our time.

Bernard TschumiNew York and Paris Bernard Tschumi is widely recognized as one of today’s foremost architects. First known as a theorist, he drew attention to his innovative architectural practice in 1983 when he won the prestigious competition for the Parc de La Villette, a 125-acre cultural park based on activities as much as nature. The... Lire la Suite →

#Bernard_TSCHUMI #architects ::: #Binhai #Science_Museum #Tianjin, #China. 2013-2019.

January 2019: Construction has been completed on the Binhai Science Museum (formerly The Modern City and Industrial Exploratorium of Tianjin Binhai New Area Culture Center), a 33,000-square-meter (355,200-square-foot) museum structure in Tianjin, China. Designed in 2013-2014, the Binhai Science Museum is set to open in Fall 2019. The institution will showcase artifacts from Tianjin’s industrial... Lire la Suite →

.@Architizer ::: [oops !…] 10 #ICONIC_Firms Developing #New_Architectural_PARADIGMS… The following firms are all #A_Award_winning_offices that have #challenge_convention over the last three years…

_ Enter the 8th Annual A+Awards for a shot at international publication and global recognition. Submit your projects by May 8th, 2020 for the world’s largest awards program for architecture and building products. Enter the 8th Annual A+Awards Landmark architecture begins with reinterpreting the everyday. From playful ideas to rigorous investigations, the most iconic projects... Lire la Suite →

.@designboom ::: Filip Dujardin’s IMPOSSIBLE #Architecture [@Architizer].

belgian artist filip dujardin is also an architectural photographer by profession and extends his fascination with the artform through his fictional building series – his latest works being shown as part of his solo exhibition at highlight gallery in san francisco. dujardin’s photomontages are a collection of impossible structures created using a digital collaging technique from... Lire la Suite →

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