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Materials, Form, and Architecture ebook

Materials, Form, and Architecture by Richard Weston

Materials, Form, and Architecture



Materials, Form, and Architecture book download

Materials, Form, and Architecture Richard Weston ebook
Page: 240
ISBN: 9780300095791
Publisher: Yale University Press
Format: pdf


The following is a description of this form of Colonial Revival architecture. "Part of the core of this office is really how to work with materials, and how to manifest buildings and architecture that is of our time usingtraditional materials," says Chris Sharples, and the "scaled intimacy" of material found in the architecture of the Woolworth Building is an example the SHoP team hopes to emulate. "I think that we don't even think about the form or the object at first," says Pasquarelli. Feb 5, 2013 - His books include Material Precedent: The Typology of Modern Tectonics, Matter: Material Processes in Architectural Production, Principia: Architectural Principles of Material Form and the upcoming Process. "It's really, what are the issues? May 22, 2014 - Chilean architect Alejandro Soffia worked with Gabriel Rudolphy to construct a sustainable hospitality facility in the Valparaíso region, Chile using locally sourced material to construct simple architecture that engages with the surroundings. Feb 24, 2014 - Before I studied architecture, I researched alternative houses in places like Nimbin in Northern New South Wales, where solar, hydroelectrically-run generators and recycled materials were a necessity. I believe quality materials are what is missing in most of the not so nice projects in the neighborhood. May 19, 2014 - PC: Well, sometimes the buildings we've made are formally quite simple but, therefore, it's very important that the materials tell something about the form and the language. Who sees luxury as “the triumph of appearance over substance” as their springboard, Alejandro Soffia and Gabriel Rudolphy have designed a “zero km” hotel “of substance” whose strength lies in its simple form and its materials.

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