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A new nature: Interview with Ma Yansong of MAD Architecture | Features | Archinect

A new nature: Interview with Ma Yansong of MAD Architecture

MAD architects / Ma Yansong was born in Beijing in 1975. He graduated from the Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, and holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Yale University. He is currently a professor at the Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. During his Master’s Degree in Yale, he first received attention for his project "Floating Islands". He founded MAD Architects in 2004.

MAD architects is a beijing-based studio headed by chinese architect ma yansong. the firm was founded in 2004 and has since opened an office in los angeles.

forget everything you've learned at school-Mad Architects

MAD architects / ma yansong interview - advice for the young

Handsome turn-of-the-century couple

An affectionate pair from the late Century, the fellow on the left sporting some wonderful striped trousers! One thing I’ve noted in all my persual of old pictures is the seemingly universal habit of fastening only the top button of a jacket

Shigeru Ban, Profile of Pritzker-Winning Paper Tube Architect

Experiments in Interior Design - Without Walls

These five interiors by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban give new meaning to "open floor plan" and question traditional ideas of space in home design.

Peter Zumthor: Seven Personal Observations on Presence In Architecture

Peter Zumthor: Seven Personal Observations on Presence In Architecture

Image 1 of 20 from gallery of Peter Zumthor: Seven Personal Observations on Presence In Architecture. Photograph by Yael Engelhart for Ha'aretz

Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen (pictured above) took first prize for their "Organic Chair," which they designed for the "Organic Design in Home Furnishings" competition held by MOMA of New York in 1940.

Eero Saarinen & Charles Eames testing a lightweight tensile structure for the 1939 exhibition at the Cranbrook Academy of Art & Architecture

francoalbini - Cerca con Google

Franco Albini (October 1905 – November was an Italian Neo-Rationalist architect and designer.

Shuhei Endo uses materials boldly and creates buildings that are full of surprises.  Graduated from the Graduate School of Kyoto City University of Arts in 1986.  His 1998 work "Springtecture H" is made of corrugated steel plates presented in a spiral shape and it is renowned as one of the most famous bathrooms in the world. He has won many international awards such as the "Arcasia Award for Architecture Gold Medal" and the "9th Venice Biennale Special Award".

Shuhei Endo uses materials boldly and creates buildings that are full of surprises. Graduated from the Graduate School of Kyoto City University of Arts in 1986. His 1998 work "Springtecture H" is made of corrugated steel plates presented in a spiral shape and it is renowned as one of the most famous bathrooms in the world. He has won many international awards such as the "Arcasia Award for Architecture Gold Medal" and the "9th Venice Biennale Special Award".

Creative director Aric Chen on Beijing design week 2011

creative director aric chen on beijing design week 2011

Creative Director, Chen, Beijing, Chinese

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Image result for saarinen

..... ALDO ROSSI  ....   architect ......    5/3/1931 -- 9/4/1997 .   ....He received international recognition in theory, drawing, architecture and product design .   ..... He was born in Milan, Italy

Aldo Rossi May 1931 – 4 September was an Italian architect and designer who accomplished the unusual feat of achieving international recognition in four distinct areas: theory, drawing, architecture and product design.

La Fondation Hyatt qui finance ce prix prestigieux, véritable « Nobel de l'architecture », a souligné lundi « l'élégance et le caractère inventif » du travail de Shigeru Ban.

ANDERS BOUWEN File photo of Japanese architect Shigeru Ban posing during a visit of the Centre Pompidou-Metz museum

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