Responding to Brexit, Eleanor Marshall considered five buildings designed by European architects working in the UK from 1973 until 2016; the lifespan of the UK’s membership of the European Union. "If in the next few years major change hinders the eclecticism that the UK currently has we may be...
Nicholas Korody discussed Using game theory to fine-tune architectural diplomacy with architect Adam Tarr (founder of award-winning Mzo Tarr Architects). alexsenciuc was impressed "From theory to practice, this is one of the most interesting ways to shape an architectural project. One could...
“[Directors are] projecting a future by imagining how it would look in ruins,” said Michael Hays, a professor of architectural theory at Harvard. “All the flesh has been removed and you just see the architectural bones. I’ve always thought Portman’s buildings would make very beautiful ruins, because the essence of them is so powerful and so direct.” — The Atlantic
In this larger piece about how Atlanta has become a favored setting for dystopian cinema, Harvard professor Michael Hays shares an unusual perspective on the work of John Portman as cinematic harbinger of doom.
BIG together with West 8, Fentress Architects, John Portman & Associates (JPA), Revuelta Architecture International and developers Portman-CMC have unveiled the urban planning proposal Miami Beach Square, the centerpiece of a 52-acre Miami Beach Convention Center District development. Portman-CMC is one of two development teams currently in the race for the project. — bustler.net
Now 86 and still running his Atlanta-based firm, John Portman & Associates, the architect is the focus of a new documentary, “John Portman: A Life of Building,” which premieres tomorrow at the Architecture & Design Film Festival in Manhattan. Mr. Portman recently spoke with a reporter about his career. — nytimes.com
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