Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Japan (dis) function


Rouge – Tokyo, Japan by Apollo architects Oshikamo house, Toyota, Aichi, Japan by Katsutoshi Sasaki It is usual for me to get caught in theoretic considerations around subjects commonly uninteresting to other people. Or so… Continue reading

“Ronchamp Tomorrow” why such a big fuss?


What is Architecture? by Winny Maas, MVRDV


This interview with Winny Maas make me remember my text about the obsolescence of architecture. Of course he has a different opinion on the (still) important role of architecture and architects in contemporary… Continue reading

Instant Flashes – one year is a lifetime!


view photo album I must confess the “instant flashes” are my favorite photographs, because they are taken any time, anywhere with your phone. I guess they represent a more spontaneous and therefore truthful story! This a the… Continue reading

Am I Obsolete?


“I seem to understand that interior design does not mean inventing a new form of a certain piece of furniture, but rather putting a common piece of furniture, a vulgar lounge chair, in… Continue reading

brainfusion…


I was seeing this morning the new Titanic Museum in Belfast, Ireland, and just couldnt get it! It looks like 4 bows of ships with a metalic coating with a wavy pattern…Is this… Continue reading