Month: May 2015

Architecture of Surprise

Architecture of Surprise   Superunion Architects Superunion Architects is an office focusing on architectural production in a contemporary metropolitan and cultural context. The office was established in 2011 by architects Johanne Borthne and Vilhelm Christensen, and has had commissions in various scales including urban design, public […]

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Expansive Subjection

Efes/Nashville                                                             Expansive Subjection Imer Aykut   Project   “Expansive subjection” is a series of investigations […]

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Through an Architecture Dream

Through an Architecture Dream  Federico Fauli Who influences you graphically? Graphically I am most influenced by the 60s critical architectural movement driven by Superstudio, Archigram and Archizoom and by the illustrations developed by figures such as Andrea Branzi and Cedric Price. Other sources of inspiration […]

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Let’s Negotiate

                                    Let’s Negotiate Robert Guertin       Project “Let’s Negotiate! A diaphanous spatial condition, exploiting concepts of: super use, building codes as well as what we refer […]

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The Emotional Potential of Construction

The Emotional Potential of Construction Caruso St John Architects Adam Caruso and Peter St John established their practice in 1990, and have gained an international reputation for excellence in designing contemporary projects in the public realm. The practice came to public attention with the New […]

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Re-Inventing Architectural Memory

  Re-Inventing Architectural Memory Krista Svalbonas “Through its long use as an ideological language, architecture carries within its forms a complicated and often contradictory set of values that are charged with a heritage that has to do with their past uses and associations. It is […]

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It’s All About Suburbia

It’s All About Suburbia  Justin Wheatley Interview Who influences you graphically? Lyonel Feininger. I had one of those epiphany moments when I came across one of his paintings at a museum in Essen, Germany. His sometimes subtle, sometimes bold division of space introduced me into […]

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