Monthly Archive: June, 2012

Reflection


I have a “thing” for photographing reflective surfaces. Wether it is me or the world around me. For me they act as a window to another world, that is exactly like yours but… Continue reading

French do love arches…


Humm! Le Grande Arche de La Defénse, Paris, France by Johann Otto von Spreckelsen, 1985-1989; MECA – maison de l’economie creative et de la culture en equitane, Bordeaux, France by BIG+FREAKS, 2012 French… Continue reading

Again on representation in architecture…


WAI Think Tank (Nathalie Frankowski and Cruz Garcia), Cities of the Avant-Garde, 2011 (collage, digital manipulation and mixed techniques) I really loved this article in DOMUS about the representation in architecture. It reminded… Continue reading

The architects reunion – CIAM version 21st century?


Could this be the topic for a CIAM convention of 2013? It seems that no one knows very well where do we stand when it comes to classifying our place in the history… Continue reading

Is digital architecture the new architecture?


The problem The other day I was reading a post in an architect’s blog called “The Archinaut” which inadvertently made me itchy. It was basically a short reflection on how the media society… Continue reading