Adolf Loos was an Austrian and Czechoslovak architect and influential European theorist of Modern architecture. Loos became a pioneer of modern architecture and contributed a body of theory and criticism of Modernism in architecture and design in addition he became more famous with his ideas and writings than with his buildings. He believed… Read More Ornament And Crime
In this period, in the Middle East, Mediterranean and Western Europe, we analyze Gothic Architecture, religious architecture. Actually we investigate many renaissanse constructions and buildings. The idea of renaissanse, rebirth of ancient Greco-Roman culture, grew naturally on Italian soil, where the ruins of ancient Rome were much in evidence. Humanist Italy Actually, the period of… Read More 1350-1500
This week we had a jury. For jury my concept was working on south prt of site. And in my desingn I want to make pp experience the salt and land both phisically and visually.
After the year 1000, European cities began to show new cultural vigor and rapid population growth. The maritine republics in Italy initiated fluid trade relations across the Mediterranean with Byzantines and Islamic ports. Fanciful domes and slender towers began to sprout in the cities around the Mediterranean, in both Islamic and Christian contexts, as did… Read More 1200-1350
Steen Eiler Rasmussen who was author of Experiencing Architecture,he was an urban planner and an architect.He studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts from 1916 until 1918.He worked for Copenhagen’s Department for Urban Planning and designed Ringsted Town Hall in Ringsted, Denmark. He is also writer of books and poetry. He was… Read More Experiencing Architecture
In India an Asia monuemental architecture was affected from the cosmos in relation to hierarchy and political order which is for showing regard and temples were placed with thinking cosmic and metaphysic. Alsp the mandela diagram was used by designers as a base for thei works and they create images and forms with taking reference… Read More 800-1200