Friday, 30 January 2009
>>>>>ROTTERDAM >Centraalstation >Groothandelsgebouw >Reconstruction Cafe de Unie >De Hoge Heren >Erasmus Bridge >Schouwburgplein >Megabioscoop >DeBijenkorf >NAI Netherlands Architecture Institute >Museumspark >Kunsthal >Masstunnel >Müllerpier >Shipping & Transport Museum >Purifying Power Plant >Kop van Zuid >Luxor Theatre >Museum Boijmans van Benningen >>>>>THE HAGUE >Bike Storage >Finance Ministry >US Embassy >Cityhall & Library >Nederlands Danstheater >Theatre Centre >Souterrain >Cooperatie >Multi-story carpark >Peace Pallace >Gemeentemuseum >>>>>HILVERSUM >Institute for Sound and Vision >Villa VPRO >RVU >Dutch Media Authority >>>>>ALMERE >OMA Masterplan >Almere Station >La Defense >Forum >Block16 >De Kunstlinie >The Angle >>>>>AMSTERDAM >Bike Storage >Masterplan Borneo & Sporenburg island >Borneo Sporenburg Bridges >Apartment building Miralles >Canal Houses >The Whale >Tuschinski Theatre >Silodam >Anne Frank House >Arcam Building >Nemo >Public Library >Conservatorium >Museum Park >>>>>UTRECHT >Town Hall >Private House KBWW >Schröder House >Two Housing Projects >Campus Masterplan >Basket Bar >University Library >Educatorium >Smarites >WKK Energy Plant >Spacebox >Student Housing >Faculty of Economy & Management >Minnaert Building
>>>>>STUDENTS >Ayesha >Ben >Carlota >Charlotte >Chris >Duncan >Greg >Ithomi >Jazz >Johnnie >Jonathan >Kostas >Matt PH >Matt W >Mike >Nick >Rachel >Rob >Scott >Sofia >Suzi >Will GB >Will F >>>>>TUTORS >Carsten Jungfer >Colin Priest
Posted by CJ at 17:27
Monday, 26 January 2009
Something we missed in den haag - cant do it all - maybe next time.
Mark Pimlott (Montreal, 1958, lives and works in London and The Hague) is an artists/designer who makes photographs and films. His practice spans architecture and the visual arts, is concerned with things and places, the contingent and interdependent relations of the urban environment, and meaning. Photographs are central to his work, serving as pieces of observation and thought, and as ‘places' in their own right. They are made in response to fleeting perceptions of truths embedded in the forms and arrangements of spaces and objects, which he regards as representations. In his pictures, one comes upon clearings where it becomes possible to imagine meetings with the other and becoming conscious of one's place in the World.
Posted by CP at 21:57
A few things happening over at the building centre and Arups - any interest?
Digital Cities looks at how digital technology helps us understand and improve the planning and experience of our city. It looks at the impact on movement in cities: how communication and information technologies enhance a person´s experience of place; how people interpret cities with the use of technology; and how mapping influences the design and planning of cities. It also discusses some of the 'big brother' issues such as privacy and security.
The exhibition is presented through a number of research and commercial projects which use technology to provide planning and design and communication tool for the city. It contains live and interactive presentations in a number of digital media, showcasing work by Aedas, atmos, BT, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, Cityware, Colin Buchanan, Farrells, GMJ, Hank Haeusler, Intelligent Space, Minimaforms, Ordnance Survey, Proboscis, SENSEable, Smartslab, Space Syntax, UCL, Zmapping
SHELTER - PECHA KUCHA
Posted by CP at 21:45