I am currently in my last year of graduate school of architecture at the university of South Florida. My work has always concentrated in the importance of a process and a meaning from the very beginning to the final product.
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Process is "a multi layering of meanings which always lets the previous meaning continue" -Barthes hello! theme by cissysaurus

ryanpanos:

Bouaké Town Hall | Hart

ryanpanos:

HK Cityscapes Night and Day | Nick Frank

ryanpanos:

MAM of Fort Worth | Tadao Ando | Scott Norsworthy

ryanpanos:

MAM of Fort Worth | Tadao Ando | Scott Norsworthy

ycphotographs:

by bicaboom
"The birth of posthumans"
 

ycphotographs:

by bicaboom

"The birth of posthumans"

 

ryanpanos:

Mediating Fineness | Richard Andersen

Mediating Fineness begins with a singular intention: to re-establish 21st Century Architecture back into the Public Conscience after almost a century of neglect.

Starting with research in Rome and a prospective project in Nanning, China, the Thesis sets out to critique contemporary practice’s lack of a grain, leading to a dissociation with the human scale. It proposes an idea of “Fineness”, a term first coined by Reiser and Umemoto in the Atlas of Novel Tectonics and suggests a new approach towards Construction Technology and Design Methodology. It argues that a conscious control of the Fineness is necessary, manipulating and articulating the Architecture so to connect with its’ audience. The research points out the popularity of classical Architecture lies not in its’ supposed history, but the way it is operated to be perceived at an occupants scale. “Ornament” is merely one form of this articulation of Fineness.

thisbigcity:

Thanks Declan Sharp for sharing this quote!
Which city quotes inspire you? Share them with us and we might include them in this series!

thisbigcity:

Thanks Declan Sharp for sharing this quote!

Which city quotes inspire you? Share them with us and we might include them in this series!

woodendreams:

(by kalypso apts)
thesexypenguin:


The educational system in one image.

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will spend the rest of its life thinking it’s an idiot.” -Albert Einstein

thesexypenguin:

The educational system in one image.

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will spend the rest of its life thinking it’s an idiot.” -Albert Einstein

climateadaptation:

America, model for the world? This coal plant leaks and dumps waste into the Yellowstone River. Only about 30% of coal burned in a power plant produces electricity - the remaining 70% of the energy is literally wasted…
If you can stomach it, here’s a picture of an ExxonMobil oil refinery, also on the Yellowstone. This is how your electricity works…

 Corette coal-fired power plant on the Yellowstone River in Montana. This facility is discharging toxic water pollution into the Yellowstone using a permit that should have expired several years ago. 

climateadaptation:

America, model for the world? This coal plant leaks and dumps waste into the Yellowstone River. Only about 30% of coal burned in a power plant produces electricity - the remaining 70% of the energy is literally wasted…

If you can stomach it, here’s a picture of an ExxonMobil oil refinery, also on the Yellowstone. This is how your electricity works…

Corette coal-fired power plant on the Yellowstone River in Montana. This facility is discharging toxic water pollution into the Yellowstone using a permit that should have expired several years ago. 

moduloshop:

modulo shop

moduloshop:

modulo shop

ryanpanos:

One World Trade | James Kastner | Via

ryanpanos:

One World Trade | James Kastner | Via

archidose:

Jorinde Voigt

archidose:

Jorinde Voigt

thedemon-hauntedworld:

Messier 78
The blue glow combined with the light-blocking dust in front of our line-of-sight gives this main region of M78 a ghostly feel to it, and the evaporating gaseous globules will eventually disappear, showing off the stars beneath them that right now only an infrared telescope can see. 
Image credit: ESO / Igor Chekalin

thedemon-hauntedworld:

Messier 78
The blue glow combined with the light-blocking dust in front of our line-of-sight gives this main region of M78 a ghostly feel to it, and the evaporating gaseous globules will eventually disappear, showing off the stars beneath them that right now only an infrared telescope can see.
Image credit: ESO / Igor Chekalin