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#Entropy according to Balthasar Holz | via LEBBEUS WOODS “Architects must embrace the decay of their buildings, at least mentally. They should forget about perfection, the complete realization of their design, and understand that the only truly finished building is a heap of rubble” B.H. #thinkark

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MACHINES FOR LIVING

Lebbeus Woods

This is an abstract architectural drawing. Using blotches of colour to create a colour scheme, of the building and its surroundings.

Bernard Tschumi /// Building program cycle. The best way to represent an idea of the intended use of a building is through the aid of diagrams. Program diagrams help represent ideas in a simple and visually understandable format.

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Galería de Vivienda S Mahal / Moon Hoon - 35

S Mahal House / Moon Hoon

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Gesture: Hand Drawings by Architects

Croquis. Gesture: Hand Drawings by Architects

Repinned from Alexa Iverson. I agree with Alexa. I think there is great value in images like this. This could be seen as a solution to the photo-realism discussion we had in class and could still show a client or the general public a characteristic understanding of the building.

hot air balloons buildings by Henry Stephens

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Lebbeus Woods: The Architect Who Dared to Ask ‘What If?’

Lebbeus Woods: El arquitecto que se atrevió a preguntar "¿Qué pasa si?" | Wired Diseño | Wired.com

"this frighteningly bizarre architect shared his English contemporaries' impatience with notions of beauty, harmony, proportion and so on. He went for energy, clashing masses, terrible shrieks, hyperbolic geometry."

1220-1270 the Gothic Amiens Cathedral - France - Cathedral of Our Lady of Amiens (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame d'Amiens) Architects:Robert of Luzarches, Thomas and Regnault de Cormont #architecture #cathedral

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Gallery of In Progress: Design Kindergarten / CEBRA - 36

Design Kindergarten by CEBRA