It is always hard to say an architect is the best I know, but those two are today on the top of my list, and here is why.
This week, archtober got me to the Riverside Health Center, designed by 1100 architect.
Once again, I’m dragged to Brooklyn to an other inspiring and beautiful adaptive reuse project. This time, Archtober led me to visit Kickstarter’s headquarters, designed by Ole Sondresen architect.
Everything started back to the 1970’s, when Pelli Clarke Pelli architects designed the One World Financial Center. After 9/11, the architects were called back to re-think the entry to the building.
The first tour of the Building of the Day program is the Public Theater at Astor Place by Ennead architects.
Philosophy, methods, projects, future plans, … discover Architecture Research Office.
Giancarlo Mazzanti, one of the winners of the Global Award for sustainable architecture, talks at the Cité de l’architecture in Paris and answers the questions “How do you work?” and “What do you do?”.
A misadventure with the SNCF got me stuck in the middle of Burgundy for a few hours. The first attraction I bumped into was the Musée de la faïence. What a chance, the museum appeared to be beautiful!
The exhibition, going on through june 1st, is called Franck Lloyd Wright and the city: Density vs. Dispersal and explore the ambiguity of FLW’s standing about the future of the city.
“I don’t think sustainability is a design aesthetic” says Robert A. Stern