small projects


@jw that is the weirdest hinging I have every seen...

Mar 12, 15 10:42 am  · 

Walter Pichler’s “Sitzgruben”



h/t socks studio

Oct 23, 16 11:16 pm  · 

Although single family residence the infill aspect and photo angle gives it the "small project" vibe...

OJT with development partner Charles Rutledge | 3106 St. Thomas, New Orleans, LA | Photo © William Crocker, one of 2017 Emerging Voices

Feb 5, 17 11:29 pm  · 

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Jul 1, 17 6:14 pm  · 

Over at Architect Aaron Betsky writes "It is the small projects that give me hope...Such projects seem to be especially prevalent in China...Other examples are popping up in Vietnam, Thailand, India, Brazil, and several countries in Africa...the fact that so much of this work is taking place in villages, rural areas, and countries where architecture can make a substantial difference could also make us think that the discipline could have a new focus: not the building of the new, the big, and the urban, but the making of the small and the focused—the architecture that responds to the evolving reality of rural and ex-urban areas."

One example includes

The Louna Architects’ Bookshop for Louna International Architect’s Village

Feb 18, 20 3:08 pm  · 

there is an unfortunate amount of dead-links / pics ...! :(

Feb 18, 20 6:29 pm  · 
atelier nobody

It's a 2-1/2 year old thread, what did you expect?

Feb 18, 20 6:39 pm  · 

It was actually started on September 26, 2007, so it's a 12-1/2 year old thread.

Feb 18, 20 7:15 pm  · 
Chad Miller

That's longer that 2 1/2 years right Big Green Head?

Feb 18, 20 7:17 pm  · 

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