Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Monday, Jul. 14, 2014.
American ‘paper architect’ Lebbeus Woods
died in 2012, after an illustrious career in academics, art, and futuristic film set design. Though his works are presented in the Museum for Architectural Drawing
, Woods never finished his degree in architecture, nor did he practice…[read on…]
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, May. 8, 2014.
In Nothing Less than Literal: Architecture after Minimalism
, author Mark Linder
argues that the minimalist art tradition of the 1960s was largely informed by architectural qualities, concepts, and techniques of representation…[read on…]
Article by Elizabeth Feder – in Berlin; Tuesday, August 16, 2011.
And it’s two meters into the gallery before you have to idle and choose.
You could pivot to the left, which is thin and static in its grayness. You could pivot to the right and be enveloped in red text and an inundation of LCD screens. Or you could continue straight ahead and follow the light into a bright whiteness of carefully benign design. I pivoted to the left…[read on…]
Blog Entry by Clare Ros– in Berlin; Friday, May 6, 2011.
The City of Berlin is considering to build the new Berlin Library on the former Tempelhof airport field (now Tempelhofer Freiheit). Before the competition and planning phase kicks off, ANCB in collaboration with the Central and Regional Library Berlin want to explore the roles, tasks and functions of the public library of the 21st century as well as the demands it has to meet. The symposium will address significant aspects in an intensive, transdisciplinary discussion.