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WATERCUBE The Book By Ethel Baraona Pohl
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In words of Chris Bosse, one of the architects of the design team this book is "The best and most profound publication of the Watercube ever." With an exhaustive description about the... More > Watercube by CCDI, PTW Architects, and ARUP, the book presents a detailed study of the project, supported on a detailed processing of the information received [graphics, images, drawings]. Contributions by: Neville Mars, Arch. Matteo Cainer, Gemma Thorpe, Professor Denis Weaire, Poul Henning Kirkegaard and Ida Kristina Wraber. Includes an interview with: Arch. Chris Bosse and Arch. Mark Buttler [from PTW Architects]< Less
MAS Context - Issue 12 - ABERRATION By MAS Studio
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If firmness, utility, and delight are the enduring pinnacles of architectural achievement, then it would appear architecture’s moral destiny is a foregone conclusion. But is it possible that... More > opportunities for valuable cultural insight are being lost out of deference to this legacy? We examine forces, trends, and ideas that enhance the significance of the built environment despite, or due to, their deviant nature. Contributions by Atelier Olschinsky, Nick Axel, Ethel Baraona Pohl, Vladimir Belogolovsky, Michael Chen, formlessfinder, The Freise Brothers, Iker Gil, Tom Keeley, Emilio López-Galiacho, Jürgen Mayer H., Antonio Rull, Paul Shepheard, John Szot, Lebbeus Woods and Luis Urculo who is also the cover designer. MAS Context, a quarterly journal created by MAS Studio, addresses issues that affect the urban context.< Less
MAS Context - Issue 9 - NETWORK By MAS Studio
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We live in a world where everything - politics, economy, ecology, society and culture - is strongly connected. They create the apparent and illusive NETWORKS that shape our cities and the way we... More > experience them. We explore some of them, whether physical or virtual, formal and informal, to understand their possibilities and power in our lives.< Less