Forensic Architecture forms digital reconstruction of Syrian architectural instrument of torture
date: 2010.02 type: culture status: competition staff: kumiko inui, shunsuke yamane, ryugo ichikawa, takaaki sugiyama, location: chiba, japan floor area: 1870㎡ consultant: Jun Sato Structural Engineers / ES associates photo: office of kumiko inui:
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Le Corbusier. Villa Savoye. 1929-31. Axonometric diagram showing movement through space. This building exemplifies his 5 famous principles of modernist architecture.
the boardwalk folds to reveal what lies beneath: absence. visitors follow it’s new surprising route, sustained by the names that give identity to the infinite faces that stare at them from beneath.
BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group
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Public Space in the Fragmented City The book presents an urban project approach, which was driven by a series of concerns about the permanent problem of marginality. It contributes to the debate on possibilities of architecture and urbanism to provide planned related solutions for social and spatial integration in different parts of the world.