Tag Archives: The Shape of Energy

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_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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Relational Logics – T2

Photo courtesy: Iwan Baan. Architecture is not so changeable, but the weather and people are, so architects have to find a platform that could accommodate the changes, Sou Fujiomoto pointed that out. His approach is always about how to make a relation between inside and outside environment as one of the realisations of his idealism. [...]

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Relational Logics in Advanced Architecture

Arcosanti post card, 1978, Arizona Architecture is one of the disciplines that most requires to focus attention towards the relationships that exist between objects and contexts. While in art the actors analyze the context (if it exists) as basis of a process finalized to the creation of an object, often conceived as a representation, science, [...]

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