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Theory of Architecture | #8 - Nicholas Ray

Theory of Architecture | #8 – Nicholas Ray

Nicholas Ray is co-author of the book 'Philosophy of Architecture' and is an architect in practice in Cambridge where he taught before joining the...
Reading List | #3 - 'The Sympathy of Things'

Reading List | #3 – ‘The Sympathy of Things’

My third architectural book recommendation is 'The Sympathy of Things' by Lars Spuybroek. Here I talk in more detail about this book and what...
Reading List | #2 - 'A Pattern Language'

Reading List | #2 – ‘A Pattern Language’

My second architectural book recommendation is 'A Pattern Language' by Christopher Alexander. Here I talk about how this book is useful to architects and...
Reading List | #1 - 'A Theory of Architecture'

Reading List | #1 – ‘A Theory of Architecture’

In the first of a series of short episodes I talk about the first book that should be on your architecture reading list, 'A...
Mathias Koler: Performative architecture: Robotics

Mathias Koler: Performative architecture: Robotics

Mathias Kohler, Co-Founder, Gramazio Kohler Architects• How will robotics affect the performance of the construction industry? • What are the implications of greater automation for architectural practice? • What...
Sergei Tchoban: 30/70 Icons vs. Background. Textures of building surfaces

Sergei Tchoban: 30/70 Icons vs. Background. Textures of building surfaces

Sergei Tchoban, Partner, Tchoban Voss Architects• How can texture enhance the experience of building users? • What role does contrast play in establishing identity? • How does...
Digital performance – London newly modelled

Digital performance – London newly modelled

How we developed the first fully interactive 3-D model of a major city (London)• The implications and possibilities of this technology for designers • How can planning...
Anni Sinnemäki: Creating engaging urban spaces through architecture and participation

Panel: The Scenography of Space

Source by World Architecture Festival
Christoph Hesse: Performance and nature, a collaborative story

Christoph Hesse: Performance and nature, a collaborative story

Christoph Hesse, Architect & Urban Designer, Christoph Hesse Architects• How can we successfully combine man-mad environments with the natural? • What happens when international practices collaborate on...
David Adjaye's Oculus Quick Take: "African Metropolitan Architecture"

David Adjaye’s Oculus Quick Take: “African Metropolitan Architecture”

On October 11, 2012, Miguel Angel Baltierra, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, interviewed David Adjaye, OBE, Principal Architect of Adjaye Associates about his new...