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Urban Geometry by Jared Lim

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​We blogged about geometry in urban architecture in one of our previous posts; actually, it was more about the architecture of density, where Michael Wolf, fascinated by China’s complex urban dynamics, presents his view on living in Asia. This time, ​​Jared Lim caught … Continue reading

Kindergarten Kekec, Playful Architecture

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Architecture office Jure Kotnik is the author of this playful kindergarten Kekec in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The new kindergarten extension, a prefab construction made of wood of local origin, grows out of the south side of the existing building and stretches into the garden, adding an additional 130m2 of playroom surfaces to the original volume of a typical Slovene kindergarten from the mid 1980s. Continue reading

Frank Gehry Talks About His Work

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In the November 2011 issue of Harvard Business Review you can read an article “Life’s Work: Frank Gehry”, interviewed by Katherine Bell. Here’s couple of lines from it:

Frank Gehry is, at 82, America’s most celebrated living architect. His designs, including the Guggenheim Bilbao and Disney Hall in Los Angeles, are all technically challenging and unmistakably his. Gehry’s creative process famously borrows from artists; less well known is his fierce commitment to budgeting and the architect’s role as project manager. Continue reading