Posts Tagged ‘experimental architecture’

‘Mechudzu: New Rhetorics for Architecture’ winner of the 2010 RIEA.ch book competition

Monday, April 18, 2011 12:24 4 Comments

Interaction initiated image from Mechudzu: New Rhetorics for Architecture by Bryan Cantley RIEA.ch is pleased to announce that “Mechudzu: New Rhetorics for Architecture” by Bryan Cantley is winner of the2010 RIEA.ch book competition The book, entirely dedicated to the works and research of Bryan Cantley – experimental architect, professor and spatial orchestrator of the firm […]

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The Black Sheep, the Black Swan and the Experimental Architect for Brazil

Wednesday, January 19, 2011 20:14 No Comments

Cluster is glad to announce that the Brazilian urban design and architecture webzine VitruVius has translated the RIEA.ch interview – Architecture as the Solid State of Thought: a dialogue with Lebbeus Woods – into Portuguese. On occasion of this Corrado Curti of RIEA.ch has written a new introduction to further explain the ‘inbetween realm’ of […]

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2010 RIEAch BOOK COMPETITION Open for entries

Monday, September 13, 2010 17:08 2 Comments

What: 2010 RIEAch BOOK COMPETITION When: Open for applications until Oct 30 2010 Where: All entries to be sent to: Riea.ch, Gewerbezentrum Vidmarhallen, Könizstrasse 161, CH-3097 Liebefeld Who: RIEAch | RIEA Concept Series | RIEA Book Series 2010 RIEAch BOOK COMPETITION The 2010 RIEAch Book competition is now open for entries. RIEAch (The Research Institute […]

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Experimental Dialogues: Sex Machines

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 17:32 2 Comments

Corrado Curti interviews Bryan Cantley, Professor of Design Theory at CSUF and owner of Form:uLA. Editorial coordination, Donatella Cusmà. Looking at the works and drawings by L.A. based architect, professor and spatial orchestrator Bryan Cantley almost gives you the impression that you’re peeping through the keyhole of the architectural mise-en-scène of Jean Tardieu’s La serrure: […]

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A little less conversation (a little more action)

Thursday, July 1, 2010 16:54 No Comments

Corrado Curti Designs for inflatable architecture and air structures source www.cca.qc.ca/en/collection/907-cedric-price-designs-for-inflatable-architecture-and-air Elvis might not be considered a pioneer in experimental architecture, but his suggestion fits perfectly with the work of Cedric Price, one of the most radical and influential experimental architects of the XX century: no mind-stuffing, self-referential blabla on autonomous disciplinary discourse or formal […]

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