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The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into t…

The project describes a landscape design and facade design for a residential development in Hyderabad / India and introduces a green and ecological design for the city. It combines traditional Indian elements like Indian Step-wells and Indian Mazes into t…

Section of Brunelleschi’s dome of the cathedral, Florence (1420-36). Note the double shell of the dome

Section of Brunelleschi’s dome of the cathedral, Florence (1420-36). Note the double shell of the dome

In class today we learned about creating and manipulating shade through solar studies and various types and techniques of shading.  We talked about the differences in radiation exposure over the se…

In class today we learned about creating and manipulating shade through solar studies and various types and techniques of shading. We talked about the differences in radiation exposure over the se…

Shin Takasuga's 'Railway Sleeper House' in Miyakejima. 1970's. Plan  http://kaefersteinmeister.ch/fileadmin/autoren/pdfs/Publikationen_Presse/Threads_of_the_net.pdf

Shin Takasuga's 'Railway Sleeper House' in Miyakejima. 1970's. Plan http://kaefersteinmeister.ch/fileadmin/autoren/pdfs/Publikationen_Presse/Threads_of_the_net.pdf

The Palazzo Medici, also called the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, is a Renaissance palace located in Florence. It was designed by Michelozzo di Bartolomeo for Cosimo de' Medici, of the great Medici family, and was built during 1444 and 1460. It was well known for its stone masonry that includes rustication and ashlar. The tripartite elevation was used here as a revelation of the Renaissance spirit of rationality, order, and classicism of human scale. Essential World Architecture Images Palazzo…

The Palazzo Medici, also called the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi, is a Renaissance palace located in Florence. It was designed by Michelozzo di Bartolomeo for Cosimo de' Medici, of the great Medici family, and was built during 1444 and 1460. It was well known for its stone masonry that includes rustication and ashlar. The tripartite elevation was used here as a revelation of the Renaissance spirit of rationality, order, and classicism of human scale. Essential World Architecture Images Palazzo…

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