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lesleymccoy:

Barcelona Pavilion
Architect: Mies Van Der Rohe
Photographer: Paul J White

lesleymccoy:

Barcelona Pavilion

Architect: Mies Van Der Rohe

Photographer: Paul J White

sharonleung:

barcelona pavilion. seen through the eyes of extracts of a local distance.
 Countless fragments of existing architectural photography are merged into multilayered shapes. The resulting collages introduce a third abstract point of view next to the original ones of architect and photographer.
Digital scans of analogue architectural photography form tiny pieces of a large resulting puzzle. The original pictures are being analysed and categorised according to their vanishing-points and shapes. Based on this analysis, slices are being extracted from the source image. These slices retain the information of their position corresponding to their original vanishing-point and thus form a large pool of pieces, ready to be applied to new perspectives and shapes.
Using the extracted image segments, it is now possible to form collages of originally different pictures with a new common perspective. 

sharonleung:

barcelona pavilion. seen through the eyes of extracts of a local distance.

Countless fragments of existing architectural photography are merged into multilayered shapes. The resulting collages introduce a third abstract point of view next to the original ones of architect and photographer.

Digital scans of analogue architectural photography form tiny pieces of a large resulting puzzle. The original pictures are being analysed and categorised according to their vanishing-points and shapes. Based on this analysis, slices are being extracted from the source image. These slices retain the information of their position corresponding to their original vanishing-point and thus form a large pool of pieces, ready to be applied to new perspectives and shapes.

Using the extracted image segments, it is now possible to form collages of originally different pictures with a new common perspective. 

p-851:

Rays of light 
……Rays of light fell into the box from all sides and from the roof; the foreground was literally bathed in light, white but soft, while the recess of the background, behind red damask curtains falling in changing folds from roof to floor and looped with cords, appeared like a duskily-glowing empty cavern. One could scarcely imagine human figures in the box, so royal did it look…..
text: Franz Kafka, Amerika (new York: Schoken Books, 1946) 293-294 building: John Hejduk, The Kreuzbeg Tower, Berlin 1988
SEE MORE http://www.p-851.com/#!architecture-blog/ch6q

p-851:

Rays of light

……Rays of light fell into the box from all sides and from the roof; the foreground was literally bathed in light, white but soft, while the recess of the background, behind red damask curtains falling in changing folds from roof to floor and looped with cords, appeared like a duskily-glowing empty cavern. One could scarcely imagine human figures in the box, so royal did it look…..

text: Franz Kafka, Amerika (new York: Schoken Books, 1946) 293-294 
building: John Hejduk, The Kreuzbeg Tower, Berlin 1988

SEE MORE http://www.p-851.com/#!architecture-blog/ch6q

John Hejduk VS. Aldo van Eyck VS. SANAA

texnh:

Diamond Houses, John Hejduk, 1950-60 (oben)

Sonsbeek Pavilion, Aldo van Eyck, 1966 (mitte)

Glass Pavilion MoA Toledo, SANAA, 2004 (unten)

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7while23:

Junya Ishigami, Cuboid Balloon, 2012

7while23:

Junya Ishigami, Cuboid Balloon, 2012

We live in an almost perfect stillness and work with incredible urgency.
— Rem Koolhaas (via gsdstudioabroad)
Create more tension between your projects as opposed to the suburbanization of the project.
— Michael Maltzan (via gsdstudioabroad)
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