Monthly Archives: November 2014

Parametricism _ A New Global Style for Architecture and Urban Design by Patrik Schumacher | Summary _ Critic

The manipulated grid of the quarters of Teşvikiye, Topağacı and Maçka _ Google Earth Image   After a quick first reading, one might worryingly think that the taxonomical phylogeny of architecture and design movements seems to have arrived to a point in which the tool used by the designer is setting both the name, and unfortunately, [...]

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Deleuze and tha Genesis of Form

Deleuze and the genesis of Form This essay regarding the form, the creation of it, the transformation is very complex and full of knowledge to understand. The main factor or point of attraction is the way things first came to creationism; religious, inertia, Aristotle, and or Platon. But, how can something so simple be created? [...]

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RHIZOME

RHIZOME Here Deleuze tell  us how a data could be understood, perceived  or interpreted taking  the rhizomatic  structure as an example. Deluze tries to explain his ideas based on 4 principles. 1&2- principle of connection and heterogeneity: Here part of rhizome could be connected to other part and must be. Here he takes an example [...]

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From Interaction to Complexity: Advanced Architecture.

Photography by: Roar Magazine Case Study: Blur Building, by: Diller Scofidio and Renfro Critical Reading: “Rhizome”by:  G. Deleuze, F. Guattari When finding the accurate way of combining different elements and making them interact between each other in multiple ways, a certain level of complexity is reached and the advanced architecture begins. With elements, I’m not only referring to physical materials that compose architecture, but to human behavior and the natural changes in the context that affect [...]

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Toward a Theory of Architecture Machines_Nicholas Negroponte_T5

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