Category Archives: When Buildings Teach

RE: Architecture United With Nature

Reading your post reminded me of one of my favorite architects, Frederick Hundertwasser. Hundertwasser was an Austrian architect who had beliefs much similar to Tenrunobu Fujimori. Hundertwasser was also very interested and engaged in ecology. He was also an artist.

RE: Architecture United With Nature

Reading your post reminded me of one of my favorite architects, Frederick Hundertwasser. Hundertwasser was an Austrian architect who had beliefs much similar to Tenrunobu Fujimori. Hundertwasser was also very interested and engaged in ecology. He was also an artist.

Different Types of Light From All Over the World

For my research paper I am focusing on light as a material. For some of my background research and inspiration I am reading Junichiro Tanizaki’s, In Praise of Shadows. A lot of the book is about Japanese culture. One of the

Different Types of Light From All Over the World

For my research paper I am focusing on light as a material. For some of my background research and inspiration I am reading Junichiro Tanizaki’s, In Praise of Shadows. A lot of the book is about Japanese culture. One of the

Re: Isn’t It Our Job After All?

The beauty and joy of design rests very much in the statement that joh07370 made in the post “When though do we, as designers, take the clients needs and begin to warp them into a design that we feel will produce the

Re: Isn’t It Our Job After All?

The beauty and joy of design rests very much in the statement that joh07370 made in the post “When though do we, as designers, take the clients needs and begin to warp them into a design that we feel will produce the

Isn’t It Our Job After All?

Centre Pompidou is a building that really did turn the architecture world upside down when it came out with its radical design of reversing what architects had known previously. Instead of housing all the mechanics on the interior of the

Isn’t It Our Job After All?

Centre Pompidou is a building that really did turn the architecture world upside down when it came out with its radical design of reversing what architects had known previously. Instead of housing all the mechanics on the interior of the

Weaving Life Itself

During the lecture on textiles, I became fascinated with the idea of weaving and textiles evolving from the need to enclose. I immediately thought of a blog post I saw about a year ago from renowned BBC photographer Timothy Allen

Weaving Life Itself

During the lecture on textiles, I became fascinated with the idea of weaving and textiles evolving from the need to enclose. I immediately thought of a blog post I saw about a year ago from renowned BBC photographer Timothy Allen

Colorful Architecture

As architecture students we’ve all learned at some point about Antonio Gaudi and his style of work using natural forms and gravity. His work made us think about architecture is an entirely new way. Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam does so similary

Colorful Architecture

As architecture students we’ve all learned at some point about Antonio Gaudi and his style of work using natural forms and gravity. His work made us think about architecture is an entirely new way. Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam does so similary

Light and Material at Play

Minneapolis-based architecture firm HGA recently finished work on the new Garden Mausoleum at Lakewood Cemetery in Minneapolis. It has garnered a number of awards, several coming from the American Institute of Architects. Much of its recognition comes from the project’s

Light and Material at Play

Minneapolis-based architecture firm HGA recently finished work on the new Garden Mausoleum at Lakewood Cemetery in Minneapolis. It has garnered a number of awards, several coming from the American Institute of Architects. Much of its recognition comes from the project’s