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The Tiradentes Palace, designed by Oscar Niemeyer

The Tiradentes Palace, designed by Oscar Niemeyer

The River Cities Project: IABR-Rotterdam Biennale Projects - UK/CoD

The River Cities Project: IABR-Rotterdam Biennale Projects - UK/CoD

a model of dreams danish pavilion venice architecture biennale designboom

a model of dreams danish pavilion venice architecture biennale designboom

icancauseaconstellation: © SANAA - kita house -...

icancauseaconstellation: © SANAA - kita house -...

Title : Stereotomic - Design Studio 1  Museum Board  9W x 9L x 9H

Title : Stereotomic - Design Studio 1 Museum Board 9W x 9L x 9H

An architectural student design project that demonstrates a balanced reciprocity of solid and void (positive/negative space). The design uses "seed shapes" that are combined to form a 10 inch square cube. The design should display a balance of solid and void of each side, and of the overall design...

An architectural student design project that demonstrates a balanced reciprocity of solid and void (positive/negative space). The design uses "seed shapes" that are combined to form a 10 inch square cube. The design should display a balance of solid and void of each side, and of the overall design...

Solid / Void Exercise | designcoding

Solid / Void Exercise | designcoding

Sol LeWitt, All Three-Part Variations of Three Different Kind of Cubes, 1968

Sol LeWitt, All Three-Part Variations of Three Different Kind of Cubes, 1968

Louis Kahn (from "Licht und Raum- light and space", Urs Büttiker) The chronological listing of projects traces Kahn's development process in light control and modulation. Projects beginning with student work from 1924 and ending with the Berkeley library from 1971-1974 reveal an extraordinary broad spectrum of solutions for the design of light and space. Kahn's struggle to find the coherent answer for each architectural challenge remains the basic principle characterizing his complete work.

Louis Kahn (from "Licht und Raum- light and space", Urs Büttiker) The chronological listing of projects traces Kahn's development process in light control and modulation. Projects beginning with student work from 1924 and ending with the Berkeley library from 1971-1974 reveal an extraordinary broad spectrum of solutions for the design of light and space. Kahn's struggle to find the coherent answer for each architectural challenge remains the basic principle characterizing his complete work.