I am not really sure how to introduce the work of Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura. 'Extreme love' is a bit thin. 'Genius' doesn't quite cut it. 'Mesmerising' gets us close, but doesn't really do it justice. There are very few people in this world who truly transcend disciplines and genres, who can practice at the intersection of art, architecture and interiors as effortlessly and naturally as Mr Nakamura does. His work is poetic, inspiring, visionary and sim...
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cementarium: “ Anne Tyng: Inhabiting Geometry (”Geometría habitando”) Anne Tyng (1920-2011), fue una mujer arquitecta que se interesó particularmente en la geometría, de ahí su famoso libro...
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Venice Architecture Biennale 2014: visitors can examine soapstone carvings and peer through narrow peepholes inside Canada's biennale pavilion, which focusses on architecture's role in the Inuit communities of Nunavut – the country's youngest and most northerly territory.
View of animated model showing healing centre proposal for Pond Inlet, Arctic Adaptations; 2014:
Canadian Pavilion examines move "from igloos to internet" in Inuit communities