There are 2 types of architects, those who follow current trends, and those who design for the future. The latter are guided by timeless morals that make their designs last through time, and still be seen as iconic decades after.
Frank Lloyd Wright has proved to be part of the second group, leaving us examples such as the Falling Water in Pennsylvania, or the Johnson and Son headquarters in Racine, IL. But, how do you spot which architect was part of what group? (more…)
CASA MJE / Pequeñas Grandes Casas from PKMN [pac-man] on Vimeo.
PKMN architectures has been able to create abhosugin that adapts to a family lifestyle. From just an elder couple to the entire family. How?
With mobile walls that host become the producers of these infinite arrangement of spaces.
Will be talking more about the possibilities of this solution in dense cities such as Manhattan, London or Mumbai.
Every single architecture student knows what lectures are taking place in, at least, 3 architecture schools: AA of London, HU-GSD in Cambridge and, hopefully, their own school. Since I recently moved to Boston for my Master of International Marketing, I decided to pick up on my architecture background and attend as many architecture lectures as possible. My first lecture of this year, yesterday: “Housing…What next?” at Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
The lecture was organized as an opening for the current exhibition in the Harvard School of Design Hall, “Living Anatomy” is hosting. Four architects, with different approaches, talked about what housing was and is, and try to call out that architects should put more effort in its theoretical and formal development. (more…)
The studio was set up in Barcelona (Spain) in 2013 by Alba Vallvè and Pineda Vallvè. What characterizes VVA is it’s freshness of the youth combines with the professional experience of its founders that combine, extraordinarily well, the respect for a place’s culture and history with ravishingly modern forms that create contrast in their work. (more…)
BEy.ARCH has partnered up with our fellow friend and architect GIU. Together now ness&giu publishes an upgraded version of this blog. We will be redirecting all the posts to the new site and we hope you enjoy the content as much as we care to publish it.
"Generally the wide notion of architecture includes the pursue of construction but, as happens with life, things are not black or white and, therefore, architecture can become almost anything that includes people's habitat. One of these many architecture "forms" is what, some call, the archeology of future."
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