Saturday, 27 February 2010
"Through the eyes of Diploma Unit 10, the London +10 exhibition concentrates on London over the last 20 years and speculates on the relationship between the live realm of the city and its urban fabric. The exhibition includes 40 speculative projects that tackle topics such as politics, crime, sex and terrorism, overlays them on the reality of London and highlights ten key portfolios from 1989 to 2009."
Posted by CP at 08:21
Wednesday, 24 February 2010
Mark Morris - Cornell University
6.30pm Wednesday 3 March 2010
Darwin Lecture Theatre, Darwin Building, Gower Street, London, WC1
Bartlett School of Architecture International Lecture Series
"A brief history of model types will culminate is a survey of select contemporary examples from notable architects, students and
professional model makers. Five essential characteristics of models will be unpacked to aid students as they embark on
their own final model projects. This lecture will seek out the model’s capacity to act in the world."
Posted by CP at 14:30
image: Neil Denari
Neil Denari Architects
Foreign Office Architects
Think about your 3 specific views... and the multiscaled and active/animated views of One Hundred Famous Views of Edo by Hiroshige in the design of narrative images... THESE ARE HIROSHIGE...
Posted by CP at 12:52
Friday, 12 February 2010
Thursday, 11 February 2010
Wednesday, 10 February 2010
Tuesday, 9 February 2010
"This project is a urban renovation project, rebuilding the historic ceramic market that used to inhabit this street in Osaka, Japan. The ceramics street prospered in the Edo era 300 years ago, and ceramics Festival was held several years ago, but do not now. This project aims to revive the street and the prosperity of the stores."
Posted by CP at 23:01
Monday, 8 February 2010
Saturday, 6 February 2010
"Joshua Prince-Ramus believes that if architects re-engineer their design process, the results can be spectacular. Speaking at TEDxSMU, Dallas, he walks us through his fantastic re-creation of the local Wyly Theater as a giant "theatrical machine" that reconfigures itself at the touch of a button."
Posted by CP at 19:17