Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

Intervista a Reena Tiwari: Il simbolismo dell’architettura dovrebbe essere sociale

Monday, May 16, 2011 10:47 1 Comment

Post di Gricelys Rosario Per leggere l’intervista in inglese clicca qui: Talking with Reena Tiwari: the symbolism of architecture should be social Reena Tiwari, designer urbana, teorica di strategie di sviluppo delle città e docente  presso l’University of Technology di Perth, è stata una dei protagonisti della conferenza tenutasi a Torino il 16 aprile nell’ambito […]

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Spatial Agency: a conversation with Tatjana Schneider on architecture as a quietly revolutionary practice

Thursday, April 21, 2011 14:10 19 Comments

Corrado Curti and Marcia Caines met with Tatjana Schneider, lecturer at the School of Architecture, University of Sheffield – where she teaches design studio, history and theory – in Torino following her participation in the international conference Qui è Ora: Spazio e tempo Pubblici on March 14/15 at the Fondazione Sandretto Rebaudengo in Turin. In […]

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Architecture as the Solid State of Thought: a Dialogue with Lebbeus Woods – Part II

Friday, December 3, 2010 10:49 6 Comments

An interview with Lebbeus Woods by Corrado Curti This post is the continuation to Corrado Curti’s interview with Lebbeus Woods: Architecture As the Solid State of Thought, Part I of which was posted here on November 18 2010. We preferred to keep the content of their dialogue unedited, but have divided it into two parts […]

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Architecture as the Solid State of Thoughts: a Dialogue with Lebbeus Woods – Part 1

Thursday, November 18, 2010 15:59 15 Comments

An interview with Lebbeus Woods by Corrado Curti version pdf The works and writings of Lebbeus Woods unveil a deep and hidden fracture that severs the intellectual and critical practice of architecture – often exercised by a handful of high-profile, and occasionally aloof, theorists – from its business-as-usual, labour-intensive counterpart – no matter how big […]

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The Cloud: code rather than carbon for the London Olympics

Friday, November 13, 2009 12:37 2 Comments

image the CLOUD ©www.raisethecloud.org The cloud is a proposal for an Olympic monument in London for the 2012 games designed by a multidisciplinary team of leading architects, engineers and artists. Revealed on November 11 2009 The Cloud embodies a radically new type of Olympic structure and architecture; it is a lightweight, transparent, carbon neutral, versatile, […]

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