Tag Archives: Sou Fujimoto

Science of Building_Group_24

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A New Vernacular: Building with the Intangible

Architecture has traditionally existed in the static realm, built from solid-state materials arranged in a certain configuration to arrive at a particular form. Every building has a “climax form” – that is, the originally intended geometry. This form is assertive in its territorial control, unchanging in its aesthetic, and largely unresponsive to its environment. Such architectures [...]

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Relational Logics_Fujimoto_T6

Fujimoto (T6)  In this subliminally predictive text, Sou Fujimoto lists a series of words that relate to qualities of architectural design, with regard to the practice of architecture in the future. The author does not organize the ideas in a particular order or in specific categories. This reveals how Fujimoto expresses the intertwined connections and [...]

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Relational Logics_T2

  Critical Analysis: House N, Oita, Japan – Sou Fujimoto A home for 2 plus dog. It seeks to blur the barriers of distance and separation, to satisfy privacy despite having a zero setback from the street.

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Blurred spaces of Sou Fujimoto and Sean Lally

Photo: Compass Table by Dunne and Raby (2001) http://www.dunneandraby.co.uk/content/books/90/0

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