The central problem of the VLO is the problem of information...The role of architecture, it would seem, can’t remain at the level of a silent humanitarian service that merely wipes up after the mess is left. Acts like drawing, writing, visualizing, and building must deal with invoking a world where human innovation can be protected from the Leviathan. - Javier Arbona — Studio-X
Originally launched at WUHO Gallery in Los Angeles earlier this year, but now on display at Studio-X New York, November 1-26, 2013 the exhibition "Very Large Organizations (VLOs)" by architect Jordan Geiger, introduces design research on the architecture and human-computer...
A new breed of Chinese architects like Li Hu seeks inspiration from inside themselves. [...]
Conventional wisdom says that "futuristic", modern and massive architecture is making Beijing into an international metropolis. However, Chinese architect Li Hu says the capital city needs architects who have their own attitudes. — usa.chinadaily.com.cn
HandsumCa$hMoneyYo commented "Norman Foster seems like a really odd fit for this project. He's a wealthy corporatist architect from northern Europe...taking on an abandoned arts academy in a communist state in the tropics, hmm. What could possibly go wrong, yo?"
News Reports surfaced via an interview in the Sunday Times that Sir Norman Foster has been engaged to plan for a conversion of the famed Scuola di ballo, Escuela Nacional de Arte in Cuba. HandsumCa$hMoneyYo commented "Norman Foster seems like a really odd fit for this project. He's a...
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