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New Water Tower (Aqua Tower) - Chicago. Its height of 250 meters, is a unique sculptural facade of a building, creating the illusion of waves. Organic Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Green Architecture, Modern Skyscrapers, Tower Building, Parametric Design, Amazing Buildings

Blobitecture – The Rise of Organic Architecture

A blog about art and science and all the wonderful bits in-between!

London 2012 Velodrome / Hopkins Architects - homogenous wooden facade with sublte openings Timber Roof, Timber Buildings, Unique Buildings, Amazing Buildings, London Olympic Park, Hopkins Homes, London 2012 Game, Hopkins Architects, Places

London 2012 Velodrome by Hopkins Architects | Dezeen

London firm Hopkins Architects have completed the Velodrome, the first of the five permanent venues on the Olympic Park for the London 2012 Olympic Games. The hyperbolic paraboloid-shaped steel-framed structure sits on a 360 degree glazed concourse at entry level, and is clad in timber with little apertures to allow for natural ventilation. The lightweight, double-curving, cable-net

Kunsthaus Graz Austria by Peter Cook and Colin Fournier Architecture Mode, Organic Architecture, Futuristic Architecture, Contemporary Architecture, Famous Buildings, Amazing Buildings, Modern Buildings, Peter Cook, Architecture Organique

Blobitecture – The Rise of Organic Architecture

A blog about art and science and all the wonderful bits in-between!

It may not be architecture as we know it but thanks to computer-aided design, blobitecture is opening up a whole new realm. Banks Building, Building Art, Organic Architecture, Facade Architecture, Future Systems, Architecture Organique, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Design Movements, Amazing Buildings

Blobitecture – The Rise of Organic Architecture

A blog about art and science and all the wonderful bits in-between!

Richard-Schulman- Philip Johnson in his Glass House. Philip was the first recipient of the Pritzker Prize award. I think it is the only photograph in which you see Philip in the house and the house in its entirety. Philip Johnson Glass House, Farnsworth House, Working Drawing, Best Architects, Thing 1, Museum Of Modern Art, View Photos, Architecture Design, House Design

Philip C. Johnson | Academy of Achievement

"To be in the presence of a great work of architecture is such a satisfaction that you can go hungry for days. To create a feeling such as mine in Chartres Cathedral when I was 13 is the aim of architecture." Philip Johnson didn't begin formal study of architecture until he was 34 years old, but he had already made an impact as the first director of the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and as co-author of The International Style, the book…

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