Campanules by EXAR architecture

Campanules by EXAR Architecture

Belgian studio EXAR Architecture have replaced walls of brick and plaster with glass and Corten steel on this extension to a suburban house outside Brussels.

C+A Coelacanth and Associates: MOOM Tensegritic Membrane Structure

C+A Coelacanth and Associates: MOOM Tensegritic Membrane Structure

Architectural students at the Tokyo University of Science developed an experimental, extremely lightweight, load-bearing structure for a temporary pavilion. The 26-metre-long, up to 7,5-metre-wide and 4,25-metre-high volume is self-supporting and comprises only two kinds of component: the metal bearing elements and a space-enclosing skin consisting of an 0,7-mm membrane of elastic polyester fabric.  MOOM Tensegritic Membrane Structure (Noda) by Kazuhiro Kojima

Architectural students at the Tokyo University of Science developed an experimental, extremely lightweight, load-bearing structure for a temporary pavilion. The 26-metre-long, up to 7,5-metre-wide and 4,25-metre-high volume is self-supporting and comprises only two kinds of component: the metal bearing elements and a space-enclosing skin consisting of an 0,7-mm membrane of elastic polyester fabric. MOOM Tensegritic Membrane Structure (Noda) by Kazuhiro Kojima

Zarzuela Hippodrome (1935) in Madrid / Carlos Arniches+Martín Dominguez (architect), Eduardo Torroja (engineer)

Zarzuela Hippodrome (1935) in Madrid / Carlos Arniches+Martín Dominguez (architect), Eduardo Torroja (engineer)


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The interplay between the organic and the geometric is at the heart of the Geo-Organic category. This trend is very closely related to Geometric Form/Organic Matrix, but inverts the relationship between form and structure. Whereas the previous theme employs highly rational, primitive, geometric forms supported by a chaotic cellular internal lattice (like the Water Cube), Continue Reading

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