Dressing a building and cladding your wife is not a way to get rid of her. What’s interesting, instead, is that the two ideas are correlated and this is resurfacing in contemporary architecture.
Not only a sculptor, Richard Serra is an eclectical artist. His out of reach ability to link site, art and viewer makes him one of the most recognized artist of our time.
Philip Johnson like you never thought he’d be: self-mocking, hilarious… and wise of course. An inspiring and entertaining talk.
By photographer Randy Scott Slavin.
In his work called “Alternate Perspectives” NYC becomes an unknown city of nowhere: only its landmarks are recognizable.
Beth Moon, a photographer based in San Francisco, has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around the globe to capture the most magnificent trees that grow in remote locations and look as old as the world itself.
Design process explained: Seattle library, Dallas theatre, Louisville contemporary art museum and mixed use development.
With program as the core element of architectural design, urban constraints along with regulation, natural boundaries and economic criteria, shape these buildings.
Human activities, along with their results and effects on the environment, create an anthropic landscape that we’ve come to identify with unspoiled nature: the forest and the grassland are no different from the crops and open mines.
Gabriele Basilico, an architectural photographer from another era: A gallery that will shine a new light on the ordinary of architecture: a dimension of the city often overlooked.
ARCHIST (Architect/Artist). How would famous artists design a building?
Illustrator Federico Babina creates the Artistar: can you find the correlation between architect and artist, work of art and architecture?
Here’s our take on his work.
Rainbow-colored maps of cities around the world.