interlocking Spaces

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Eyebeam (Section) by Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Diller Scofidio Renfro, Eyebeam Museum of Art and Technology, Manhattan, NY, 2001 This is how I like depicting sections. A good mixture of media but clean.

The Barnes Foundation - Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects by Scott Norsworthy, via Flickr

The Barnes Foundation - Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects by Scott Norsworthy, via de casas design and decoration interior decorators interior design

Chun Qing Li of Pavilion Architecture designed KREOD, an architectural sculpture, organic in form, environmentally-friendly and inspired by nature. Resembling three seeds, these three 20m2 pods combine through a series of interlocking hexagons to create an enclosed structure.  Designed with parametric design tools and built with digital fabrication.  London.

This picture looks like a building mixing some sort of biological elements with it. This idea says to me that the more we know, the more opportunity we will have. Who would know biology can combine with architecture in ancient time?

Taipei Performing Arts Center Design by NL architects

NL architects recently designed TPAC - taipei performing art center. the design includes four legs and incorporates a public square underneath it.

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Interlocking Spaces by Eric Pouwels

Ministry of Highway Construction, Tbilisi, Georgia, 1975More Constructivist than Brutalist, this tour-de-force is by George Chakhava who, as deputy minister of the Georgia Ministry of Road Construction, was both client and architect. Although influenced by Russian Revolutionary architects of the 1920s, Chakhava says that the building’s monumental interlocking structural grid is rooted in nature. His aim was to occupy as little ground space as possible with the various floors of the building…

Ten beautiful Brutalist buildings

Ministry of Highway Construction, Tbilisi, Georgia, 1975 (Credit: Credit: Courtesy Phaidon Press)


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