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NARUSE - INOKUMA ARCHITECTS [ 回到最初的質感 日式毛胚屋居家風格 ]

NARUSE - INOKUMA ARCHITECTS  [ 回到最初的質感 日式毛胚屋居家風格 ] | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
你身旁的親友買過預售屋嗎?如果你曾陪他們到過建案現場,在交屋前應該能看到完全未處理的原始狀態,也就是俗稱的毛胚屋。你可能會問:「這樣能住人嗎?起 碼要有裝潢木作,做個天花板吧」,這的確是大多數人對家...

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Sites de CURATION de CONCERT URBAIN + FACEBOOK + BLOG + JOURNAL

Sites de CURATION de CONCERT URBAIN + FACEBOOK + BLOG + JOURNAL | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it

 

 

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Le BONHEUR comme indice d'épanouissement social et économique.
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Design participatif : méthodes, théories, approches multimédia.
“Comment impliquer le citoyen dans le design des outils de débat en-ligne.”
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Les moyens de sondage alternatif : comment "extraire" l'opinion de supports multimédias ?
“Comment cibler et ensuite représenter l'opinion de citoyens qui débattent sur des plateformes multimédia ? ”
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Le contexte socio-politique de la démocratie participative : la question de "accountability", entre l’évaluation et la transparence.
“On écoute, on parle, on participe, on diffuse, on commente...et après, quoi ? Que faire de la concertation ? Que font les élus de notre parole, nos opinions, nos propositions ?”

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Modèles et typologies du débat. La médiation de conflits
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Shakespearean-style wood theatre by Studio Andrew Todd opens in France

Shakespearean-style wood theatre by Studio Andrew Todd opens in France | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it

Towering bamboo poles encase this cylindrical wooden theatre in France, which opened in a fanfare last week, despite suffering vandalism just a few days before (+ slideshow).

Designed Paris-based British office Studio Andrew Todd, the Elizabethan theatre is located in the grounds of the historical castle Chateau d'Hardelot near Calais, northern France.

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The Plan is a Society of Rooms*: Goldenberg House by Louis Kahn...

The Plan is a Society of Rooms*: Goldenberg House by Louis Kahn... | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
The Goldenberg House is a 1959 unbuilt project by Louis Kahn for an area in Montgomery County near Philadelphia. This work couples previous Kahn’s compositional themes with some degrees of experimentation in the spatial relationships between geometrical forms. The central patio is the center of the house and the departing core of the composition: a perfect square surrounded by a corridor opening on the service areas,  storage rooms and bathrooms lit by skylights. In the typical Kahnian separation between servant and served areas, the outer zones include only the living rooms and the bedrooms irradiated from the central core.

At this point the rigorous perpendicular composition is contrasted by the introduction of diagonal lines inciding the exterior geometry of the house and identifing the limits of some areas in the plan. The single-pitch roofs underline the formal autonomy of the single rooms which get progressively detached from the central core. In opposition with the free floor plan, (an architectural motif of the time), Kahn identifies the specificity of the rooms attributing a distinct shape to each one of them. The rooms are autonomous but not isolated, the plan establishing a relationship among each contigous space, encouraging the circulation among the living areas.
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An MVRDV-Designed Library Tops Out in Tianjin

An MVRDV-Designed Library Tops Out in Tianjin | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
An MVRDV-designed library in Tianjin has topped out as part of the city’s Binhai Cultural Centre. The 34,200 square meter (370,000 square foot) building will join four other cultural institutions designed by Bernard Tschumi Architects, Bing Thom Architects, HH Design, and GMP – creating “cultural corridors” – that are part of a GMP-designed masterplan. The library program includes educational facilities, service spaces, book storage, archives, computer rooms, audio rooms, an auditorium, lounge areas, meeting rooms, offices, general reading areas, and those designed specifically for children and the elderly. Tianjin Binhai Library has been designed by MVRDV in collaboration with the TIanjin Urban Planning and Design Institute (TUPDI).
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An "eye-opening experience": Bjarke Ingels on Vitra Fire Station by Zaha Hadid

An "eye-opening experience": Bjarke Ingels on Vitra Fire Station by Zaha Hadid | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Zaha Hadid 1950-2016: Danish architect Bjarke Ingels reflects on the huge impact visiting Zaha Hadid's Vitra Fire Station had on him as a student in the next movie from our exclusive video series.


Painting of Vitra Fire Station by Zaha Hadid
Ingels says he first discovered Hadid's work in 1993, when he came across her paintings while studying architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
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This week, Koolhaas HIT OUT at Brexit campaigners

This week, Koolhaas HIT OUT at Brexit campaigners | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
In the same week as 90 per cent of British fashion designers said they will vote to remain in the European Union, OMA founder Rem Koolhaas – who studied and taught in the UK in the 1960s and 70s – said that membership had benefited Britain over the years, before warning that the Leave campaigners were promoting an idealised view of England that never existed.
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Redsquare Productions Releases Film Detailing Shigeru Ban's Aspen Art Museum

Redsquare Productions Releases Film Detailing Shigeru Ban's Aspen Art Museum | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Redsquare Productions has produced a short film on architect Shigeru Ban’s design for the Aspen Art Museum (AAM) in Aspen, Colorado. The film explores the museum’s architectural design and built environment through the utilization of time-lapse and motion sequences, highlighting Ban’s vision for the space.

The design invites “those outside to engage with the building’s interior, and provides those inside the opportunity to see their exterior surroundings," writes Shigeru Ban Architects in their project description. In this sense, the museum becomes a site-specific sequence that incorporates the surrounding mountains and overall beauty of nature into the inside of the building.
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Jean Prouvé DEMOUNTABLE office rescued from swingers' club

Jean Prouvé DEMOUNTABLE office rescued from swingers' club | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Design Miami/Basel 2016: a demountable office by French Modernist designer Jean Prouvé, which was used as a swingers' club until recently, has been restored for display at this year's Design Miami/Basel fair (+ slideshow).
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SAVE NAKAGIN Capsule Tower Project

SAVE NAKAGIN Capsule Tower Project | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
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These Drone Photographs Reveal the HIDDEN Geometries of Late Soviet Modernism

These Drone Photographs Reveal the HIDDEN Geometries of Late Soviet Modernism | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Though the ahistorical dogma of modernism would seem a perfect fit for the Soviet Union’s mandated break with traditions, the architectural history of the USSR was somewhat more complex. Stalin’s neoclassically-inflected socialist realism superseded the constructivist heyday of the early Soviet Union, only to be replaced by a return to modernism under Khrushchev, facilitated by an opening to the West. Architectural photographers Denis Esakov and Dmitry Vasilenko recently used a drone to capture photographs of several landmark structures of the Khrushchev-era return to modernism, focusing on how these aerial views reinforce their rational geometries and regimented forms. Until the recent advent of satellite imagery and commercially available drones, these were views that were only ever seen by the architects, and the officials who reviewed the plans. Even so, the photographer notes that these methodical forms must have been very attractive to the state officers tasked with implementing Khrushchev’s mandated aesthetic.

The photographs, taken in and around Moscow, include works by several prominent Soviet architects. Leonid Pavlov’s long career spanned the full spectrum of state-sponsored architectural styles, starting as a constructivist, and moving into more historicist designs under Stalin, before emerging as one of the Soviet Union’s most prominent post-war modernists. Similarly, Yuri Platonov’s work received extensive state recognition, earning him the title of “People’s architect of the USSR,” as well as awards such the Silver Medal of the Arts Academy of the USSR, the USSR State Prize, and the State Prize of Russia.
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Interview with Zvi Hecker: “Good Architecture Cannot Be Legal; It Is ILLEGAL!”

Interview with Zvi Hecker: “Good Architecture Cannot Be Legal; It Is ILLEGAL!” | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Throughout the course of his career, the forms present in Zvi Hecker's work have undergone significant changes – from the rigidly geometric shapes of his early work such as his Ramot Polin housing and Synagogue in the Negev Desert, to his more freeform recent works like the Jewish School he designed in Berlin. Hecker, though, sees all of his works as both consistent with each other and individual, describing himself as “an artist whose profession is architecture.” In this interview from his “City of Ideas” column, Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with Hecker about his inspirations and the ideas that underpin his career.

Vladimir Belogolovsky: I visited the Heinz-Galinski school here in Berlin where your original idea came from the pattern of sunflower seeds; it was not the first time you used it. Could you talk about your fascination with the sunflower, and why you think it is a good guiding principle for a building?

Zvi Hecker: Well, one can’t qualify it as a blueprint for every building. This one was the first Jewish school built in Berlin after the Holocaust. Coming from Israel, I wondered—what could I bring to the children of Berlin? A flower is a natural present and a sunflower is a common flower in Israel. What began as a sunflower evolved into a series of continuously changing images. Already in the construction stage, it looked to some like a kind of a small city with winding streets and courtyards, not really a building. Later on when the schematic model of the load-bearing walls was made, we were surprised to find out that “pages of an open book” were hidden in our design. We didn’t realize it earlier—in Hebrew, school is Beth-Sefer, which literally means “house of the book.”
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Monts Et Merveilles / Jean Bocabeille Architecte

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Christian de Portzamparc : “La ville, comme l'architecture, se fait avec les pieds”

Christian de Portzamparc : “La ville, comme l'architecture, se fait avec les pieds” | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it

Il planche sur le Grand Paris,

dont les travaux démarrent ce mois-ci. L'ambition de Christian de Portzamparc, architecte urbaniste ? Réconcilier Hestia et Hermès, les dieux du foyer et de la rue.

 

C'est le genre d'architecte qui vous reçoit un crayon à la main, même s'il est tombé sous le charme de la tablette. Peu importe le support, pour Christian de Portzamparc, 72 ans, le dessin, c'est la pensée, la main qui parle. Dans Les Dessins et les Jours, il en a réuni une bonne centaine qui racontent un ­demi-siècle de recherches sur les lignes de fuite, les arcs de cercle et les failles au scalpel de son architecture nette et tendue reconnaissable entre toutes. On doit ainsi à ce premier lauréat français du prestigieux Pritzker Prize (1994) les vagues de la Cité de la musique de Paris et la colonnade elliptique de la Philharmonie Luxembourg, le musée Hergé de Louvain-la-Neuve tout en lumière et porte-à-faux, et le triangle pointe en bas des Champs Libres de Rennes. Ou encore quelques bouquets de tours, dont celle de Lille, en forme de botte de sept lieues, et la One 57, à New York, qui, du haut de ses 306 mètres, irrite les promeneurs de Central Park sur qui elle jette son ombre... Nous n'entrerons pas dans la polémique. En revanche, une autre facette du personnage nous interpelle : celle de l'architecte urbaniste qui fit partie des dix équipes choisies en 2008 par Nicolas Sarkozy pour plancher sur le projet du Grand Paris et qui continue, au sein de l'Atelier international du Grand Paris, un think tank réunissant une dizaine d'agences, de réfléchir sur les points durs de ce territoire immense et chaotique. Inventeur de l'îlot ouvert, une forme urbaine qui réconcilie la rue traditionnelle et le soleil pour tous cher à Le Corbusier, Christian de Portzamparc regrette que cet exaltant projet n'ait toujours pas de tête, ni de portage politique, et semble se réduire au seul grand huit d'un supermétro... qui célèbre son premier coup de pioche, samedi 4 juin, en gare de Clamart (92).

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¿A qué debe ASPIRAR un premio de arquitectura? 

¿A qué debe ASPIRAR un premio de arquitectura?  | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
El premio Mies Crown Hall of Architecture ya tiene finalistas. Después de un largo periplo del jurado por las Américas varias, visitando los edificios seleccionados para esta segunda edición del premio –organizado por el IIT (Illinois Institute of Technology) que fundara el mismo Mies van der Rohe y de cuyo edificio principal del Campus toma el nombre– se escogieron siete finalistas de entre los cuales se premiará al elegido en octubre. Un jurado conformado por Wiel Arets (director de la Escuela de arquitectura del IIT anfitriona del premio), Stan Allen (profesor y exdirector de Escuela de Arquitectura de Princeton), Ila Berman (Directora de la Escuela de Arquitectura de la Universidad de Waterloo, Canadá), Jean Pierre Crousse (arquitecto peruano de Barclays&Crousse, autores del galardonado pabellón de Perú en la bienal de Arquitectura de Venecia 2016) y Florencia Rodríguez (directora de la revista PLOT de Buenos Aires, Argentina), analizaron 177 obras construidas entre 2014 y 2015 desde Canadá hasta Chile. Si bien la primera edición del premio abarcó los primeros trece años del siglo, este galardón tiene carácter bianual y premia tres categorias: a la mejor obra, a la mejor propuesta de equipos emergentes y al mejor proyecto estudiantil. Los ganadores no reciben gratificación económica –como sucede con el Pritzker, el Imperiale o el Aga Kahn, por mencionar los mejor posicionados– sino que se invitan a los ganadores, como profesores del IIT.

Los siete finalistas fueron John & Patricia Patkau, por el Centro de Visitas del Sitio Histórico Nacional de Fort York en Toronto, Canada; Patricia Llosa y Rodolfo Cortegana, por el Museo de Sitio Pachacamac en Lima, Perú; SANAA, por las Granjas Grace en New Canaan, Estados Unidos; Grafton Architects, por el nuevo Campus urbano de la Universidad de Tecnología e Ingeniería de Lima, Perú; Michael Maltzan, por un edificio de departamentos en Los Ángeles, Estados Unidos; Alberto Kalach, por el edificio de oficinas en Constituyentes, en la Ciudad de México; y una casa de Angelo Bucci / SPBR arquitetos en Sao Paulo, Brasil.
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Extension to the Historisches Museum

Extension to the Historisches Museum | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it

An extension to the Historical Museum Bern, that was built by André Lambert in 1894 in an historic style that invokes Swiss architecture of the 15th and 16th century, this project is composed of two distinct elements. A 1000m2 temporary exhibition hall located beneath a new civic square and a monolithic six storey block along the southern side of the site that houses the Bern city archives, offices and a library. In the part under the square, the exhibition space is a double high ‘black box’ space suitable for a range of different visiting exhibitions. In close proximity, below the exhibition space, there are two levels for the storage of artifacts in secure climate controlled conditions. This relationship of archive and exhibition space facilitates the easy care and display of collections.
The second element has two very different faces. Towards the square
the building presents a transparent orthogonal modernist curtain wall. The activities within the building are clearly visible. In contrast the south façade rises up - a folded cliff of cast
concrete, punctured by small random openings and indentations. This concrete skin wraps around the building embracing and sheltering its contents. Behind the south wall, in a vertical slot, a triple height staircase connects the floorplates. Outside a sweep of board steps rise up to the square in front of the glazed north façade.

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[Le Corbusier] Personnes précaires, la Cité de refuge fait peau neuve

[Le Corbusier] Personnes précaires, la Cité de refuge fait peau neuve | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
La Cité est un bâtiment exceptionnel créé par un architecte de renom, Le Corbusier, en 1933. Cela a été l’un des plus gros bâtiments ouverts au début du XXe siècle pour accueillir ceux que l’on appelait alors les indigents. Depuis, il n’a pas changé de vocation. Mais les locaux étaient devenus vétustes et inadaptés. Il fallait en priorité aménager les chambres. Les dortoirs ont été reconvertis en chambres individuelles ou à deux, équipées de kitchenettes pour permettre une plus grande autonomie. Tous les espaces collectifs ont aussi été modernisés. Les travaux ont été menés en partenariat avec les architectes de la fondation Le Corbusier, afin de respecter au mieux l’esprit des lieux et ses spécificités architecturales.
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Students Create Mind-Bending Wooden Parametric Pavilion (Video)

Students Create Mind-Bending Wooden Parametric Pavilion (Video) | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Digital tools have been changing the face of design and production in the last couple of decades; from the democratizing of design to dynamic, digitally fabricated housing, all this points to an interesting future of design where seemingly impossible forms become possible for more people, with less waste.
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Evan Wakelin depicts FRAGMENTED identities of migrants with drawings

Evan Wakelin depicts FRAGMENTED identities of migrants with drawings | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it

Graduate shows 2016: architecture student Evan Wakelin has produced drawings that juxtapose the old and new homes of migrants in Toronto, to convey the emotional and physical upheaval these people experience (+ slideshow).

Wakelin's thesis research project is part of his ongoing studies at the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design, where he is enrolled on the Master of Architecture course.

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France's NEW wine theme park is now open and here are the first pictures from inside

France's NEW wine theme park is now open and here are the first pictures from inside | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
In June, a wine theme park opened up in Bordeaux, France. The park is called “”la Cité du Vin” and has been under development for the last 3 years. There was already a Wine and Trade museum in Bordeaux, but it did not have a theme park aspect to it. The new la Cité du Vin is going to be a museum and theme park combined into one.

A 10-story structure that cost $91 million to build now sits as the centerpiece of the new wine theme park alongside the Garonne River in the new docklands district of the city.

People who visit the wine theme park will get to learn about the history of winemaking in an immersive way. After that, they’ll get to go to the Belvedere where they will be treated with a drink of wine as they look out over the city while at 35 meters high.

In addition to these permanent features, the park is scheduled to have two exhibitions that are temporary each year. The exhibitions will not only focus on wine history but also art and culture as well.

Tickets cost €20 per adult and €8 per child
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7 (More) Websites to Help Us Be BETTER Architects

7 (More) Websites to Help Us Be BETTER Architects | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Last year we published a list of 22 websites meant to make an architect's job a little bit easier. From selecting the perfect color scheme to tracking the price of your next big purchase, solving technical problems or simply trying to balance your sleep and caffeine intake, the list sought to offer solutions to a diversity of issues – with something (hopefully) for everyone.

This year we offer an addendum with seven additional sites meant to further allay the ever-stressful life of architects. From using peripherals for additional screen real estate to receiving your daily fill of the top architecture news, or converting PDFs to DWGs and adding scale figures to models, ArchDaily seeks to share more of the best of what the web can offer to architects.
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The Free University of Berlin (Candilis, Josic, Woods and...

The Free University of Berlin (Candilis, Josic, Woods and... | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
The international competition for the new campus of the philological institute in Berlin was won by architects Candilis, Josic, Woods and Schiedhelm in 1963. The hyper-ambitious project, rooted in 1960s optimism, was a two/three floors mat building, originally 350,000 square metres wide, composed by an expanding grid and based on a modular scheme. The project had the purpose of transforming the campus in a deeply interconnected city with internal streets, squares, courtyards and multiple walkways on the model of an Arabic Medina. The articulation of several spatial and constructive elements, always composed in a different fashion through the developing of the scheme, provided an incredible variety of ambiences within a controlled modular system. A strong five colours scheme, red, yellow, green, blue and purple, completed the spatial richness and was used for orientation purposes.
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L’air COMPRIMÉ inspire les architectes

L’air COMPRIMÉ inspire les architectes | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
L’air comprimé n’a pas rendu son dernier souffle ! Une start-up américaine travaille depuis cinq ans sur un moteur-compresseur qui minimise les effets indésirables de la compression tout en améliorant son rendement pour produire quatre types d’énergies réutilisables. De quoi donner des perspectives et des occasions d’innovation pour les architectes, qui travaillent dorénavant sur des bâtiments capables de performances globales, plutôt que sur une « simple » notion d’habitat.

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Bjarke Ingels' Serpentine Gallery Pavilion REVEALED on Instagram

Bjarke Ingels' Serpentine Gallery Pavilion REVEALED on Instagram | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Instagrammers have been sharing images of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, conceived by Bjarke Ingels as an "unzipped" wall of bricks – including construction snaps by the Danish architect himself.

The pavilion is being unveiled to selected journalists this morning at the Serpentine Gallery in London's Kensington Gardens, and the Dezeen team is broadcasting live from the event on Facebook and Snapchat.
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[ArchiFICTION] WATG unveils plans for the world's first freeform 3D-printed house

[ArchiFICTION] WATG unveils plans for the world's first freeform 3D-printed house | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
WATG Urban Architecture designed the world’s first freeform 3D-printed house, and the proposal won first prize in the recent Freeform Home Design Challenge, sponsored by Branch Technology. The aptly named Curve Appeal is envisioned as a bubble-like structure with undulating slopes and space-age style. The design fuses a desire for connection to nature with efficient building technologies for a home of the future that serves its occupants as well as it serves the surrounding environment.
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The Compact Wooden City: A Life-Cycle Analysis of How Timber Could Help Combat Climate Change

The Compact Wooden City: A Life-Cycle Analysis of How Timber Could Help Combat Climate Change | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
Nowadays the main building materials used in the construction industry are concrete, steel and timber. From the point of view of ecological sustainability, there are four important differences between these three materials: first, timber is the only material of the three that is renewable; second, timber needs only a small amount of energy to be extracted and recycled compared to steel and concrete (but the implementation of its potential is not as developed yet); third, timber does not produce waste by the end of its life since it can be reused many times in several products before decomposing or being used as fuel and; and fourth, timber traps huge amounts of carbon from the atmosphere – a tree can contain a ton of CO2 [1] – and the carbon absorbed remains embedded as long as the wood is in use.

Considering the fact that 36 percent of total carbon emissions in Europe during the last decade came from the building industry,[2] as well as 39 percent of total carbon emissions in the United States,[3] the materiality of construction should be a priority for governments’ regulations in the future as measurements against global warming. The amount of CO2 in the atmosphere and the level of carbon emissions of the big economies across the globe are big issues that need to be solved with urgency in order to avoid larger, more frequent climate catastrophes in the future. The current regulation in several countries of the EU, which is incentivizing the use of renewable materials in buildings, is showing the direction the building industry in many other parts of the world should follow. And if these measures are adopted across the EU and beyond – if other countries start to follow this tendency as well – there will be significantly more wood in cities.
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A Prototypal House at the BAUHAUS: The “Haus am Horn” by Georg Muche (1923)

A Prototypal House at the BAUHAUS: The “Haus am Horn” by Georg Muche (1923) | The Architecture of the City | Scoop.it
The “Haus am Horn” is an experimental building erected and furnished as a part of the Weimar Bauhaus exhibition in the early summer of 1923 which had the intent of showing all the variety of works produced in the school.

Painter Georg Muche was a teacher at the Bauhaus at the time and had already started working on a similar project as a private residence for him and his wife when a competition for the developing of a model building was announced at the school. Built in three months with the technical support of the offices of Walter Gropius and Adolf Meyer, the single-storey house features a square plan with a central living room of 36 square meters with a higher ceiling lit by clerestory windows; all around this central room are distributed all the other small rectangular spaces. Each room is designed specifically in accordance with its function and the designers underlined the fact that no room might permit any other use than the one it was designated for.
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