Showing posts tagged: Drawing
Theo van Doesburg, Cornelis van Eesteren. Envisioning Architecture (MoMA, New York, 2002) 1923: 56 RNDRD
The Iron Blow is imagined as a destination for momentary inhabitation, in preparation for journeys into outer space. While occupying this place, one experiences the fundamental barriers that accompany outer space travel, including the physical, psychological and temporal constraints that the universe exerts upon the human race.
DYPLOM MAGISTERSKI by WAWRZUSISZYN
Urban Silviculture and Outdoor Adventure Centre by Andy Guiry
“I’m really looking at some of the philosophical underpinnings of how we operate in architecture,” says Guiry. “I’m particularly interested in how we as architects relate to drawings and how that shapes our view of the world. Today sustainability is such a huge issue and everybody is trying to do a better job of dealing with it. My contention is that we’re not looking deep enough at issues of sustainability. This is not some kind of a conspiracy, it’s more of a fundamental inability to deal with sustainability because of the way we shape the world through drawing.”
Andy Guiry is the co-winner of Dialog’s The Michael Evamy Scholarship for his submission entitled “Drawing as Cultivation, toward a vital architecture” He is looking to explore the agency and ethics of architectural drawings and the power of drawings to fundamentally change our relationship with our environments.
Congratulations to my friend Andy!
Mined by Jake Rudin
The abandoned mine on an unknown mountainous site stems from a series of studies of form and line using wooden sticks and drawing to create a three dimensional object. That object was then scaled and mined for information that would then aid in its transition into “building.” The result is an outpost that serves as a lookout point for visitors to the abandoned mine.
Irene Ayala - laboratorio de gestión de alimentos via Afasia