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Archives for posts tagged ‘Architecture’

Shen Wei



China has come a long way. A culture steeped in history and rich in natural beauty, but as a leading Asian nation surging to the front of the pack of late, its landscape is a curious and awkward juxtaposition of old and new. The roads often segregate the city in the most bizarre manner - [...]

James Olley





I have always had an interest surrounding social interaction and architectural space, though throughout the past few years I have been articulating the compositional elements within my work and highlighting the dynamism of spaces in my work through exposing my process. I explore a variation of paint application, expressive mark making, bright under-painting and optical [...]

Viktor Timofeev


I once considered a career in architecture. I took classes in analysing our relationship with space. While I no longer pursue this profession, those classes left a profound impact in my understanding of space. Sometimes, I even turn the lights off and fumble deliberately in darkness, just to feel the walls that shelter me. When [...]

RIP Julius Schulman

Today, we lost a legendary photographer - a photographer whose work the architectural photography world is greatly indebted to. His name: Julius Schulman. Here he is, photographing Pierre Koenig’s Stahl House, and the fruit of his labour further below.

Shulman began his career in 1936 when he photographed a Richard Neutra house with a vest-pocket camera. [...]

Daniel Libeskind Villa

The concept of prefabricated housing has been around for a number of years now. It is an attractive idea: get your house - Ikea-style! However, it has never really taken off because the prices are certainly not Ikea-esque. Plus, many such models are done by architects with a propensity to use copious amounts of glass. [...]

Swedish Pavilion for Expo 2010

The 2010 World Expo will be held in Shanghai between May 1 and October 31, 2010. The event is expected to attract 200 participating countries and organisations and around 70 million visitors. It is sure to be quite an event.
Sweden recently unveiled its design of the pavilion to be built for the Expo. The [...]

Prince George Airport

I will be the first to admit that I know very little about Prince George. Nested way up North in British Columbia, Prince George is a “bustling city of over 77,000 situated at the crossroads of Highway 97 (north-south) and Highway 16 (east-west), and at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers”. 778 kilometres [...]

Frank Gehry: AGO

Frank Genry is an architect with a distinct, inimitable style. His buildings are frequently bombastic and spectacular. His stunning facades come, unfortunately, at the expense of a functional interior. Case in point: Experience Music Project. The exterior is undeniably provocative, with sensual curves and scintillating skin, but the interior is awkwardly shaped and haphazardly laid [...]

Vancouver Convention Centre

With 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games to be hosted in Vancouver, there is, unsurprisingly, a building frenzy. The majority of the work is located at the last stretches of undeveloped waterfront land near downtown Vancouver. It is dubbed the Olympic Village. Of the developments, one is complete - Vancouver Convention Centre.

It is a thing of [...]

Peter Zumthor

It should come as no surprise to those who know me personally that architecture is one of my favourite design arenas. Since the exterior of a building alters our landscapes and its interior determine how we experience and use the space, architecture is a realm that profoundly influences our way of life. This is why [...]