Posts Tagged ‘Lebbeus Woods’

Splitter

Tuesday, May 24, 2011 12:08 No Comments

Post by Lars Kordetzky | This post is the fourth entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places VIEW PROJECTS ON THE MAP HERE Title: Splitter Place: Vienna 48° 12′ 29.99″ N, 16° 22′ 23.03″ E Type: Project Author: Lars Kordetzky Date: 1996 http://maps.google.com Description: “The three pairs of towers form […]

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The Wall Game: No Place To Hide

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 12:14 No Comments

Posted by Corrado Curti | This post is the third entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places Title: The Wall Game Place: Israel-Palestine Border, 31°47′0″N 35°10′0″E Type: Project Architect: Lebbeus Woods Date: 2004 http://maps.google.com Description: Lebbeus Woods elaborated this project for a transformation of the Israeli-Palstinian Wall in 2004. It […]

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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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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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