Search results “Organic style in architecture” for the 2011
How To Think Like An Architect: Designing From Organic Form
Santa Barbara architect Barry Berkus shows us how an organic form can provide inspiration for designing and drawing a building. Berkus demonstrates his preliminary thought process, producing the raw and unrefined drawings that begin the conceptual stages of design. http://www.b3architects.com https://www.facebook.com/B3Architects http://www.linkedin.com/pub/barry-berkus/46/526/89a
Views: 796626 Barry Berkus
Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture For The Twenty-First Century
The Antiques and the Arts Weekly's cover: Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture For The Twenty-First Century At The Milwaukee Art Museum
Views: 5568 antiquesandthearts
Architect Michael Graves: Distinct Design
Senior Architecture Editor Amy Elbert takes a look at the work and style of architect Michael Graves.
Views: 2304 traditionalhome
Frank Lloyd Wright - a lesson in architecture
Frank Lloyd Wright spent more than 70 years creating designs that revolutionized the art and architecture of the twentieth century. Many innovations in today's buildings are products of his imagination. In all he designed 1141 works - including houses, offices, churches, schools, libraries, bridges, museums and many other building types. Of that total, 532 resulted in completed works, 409 of which still stand. However, Wright's creative mind was not confined to architecture. He also designed furniture, fabrics, art glass, lamps, dinnerware, silver, linens and graphic arts. In addition, he was a prolific writer, an educator and a philosopher. He authored twenty books and countless articles, lectured throughout the United States and in Europe, and developed a remarkable plan for decentralizing urban America (Broadacre City) that continues to be debated by scholars and writers even to this day - decades after its conception.
Views: 34829 Astrul BWC
A Village House - Architecture Visualization
A Village House - Architecture Simulation Architect: Yonathan Munjak 2010
Views: 53806 StudioAiko
Design a dream home, pt.3 | The Site
Learn design with Doug Patt at his live virtual webcam studio. http://howtoarchitect.com/designstudio
Views: 18666 How to Architect
Mercedes-Benz Using Nature's Organic Forms in Design
Get the complete story at TheAutoChannel.com.
Views: 1189 The Auto Channel
Renovate Louisville: Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture
Explore a Frank Lloyd Wright home in Frankfort, Kentucky and the architect's influence on two buildings in Louisville, Kentucky
Views: 8324 LouisvilleMetroTV
Jeanne Gang: Twenty-First Century Architecture
Did you know that urban towers are being built using inspiration from natural landscapes to obtain solar shading, reduce wind pressure, create natural ventilation, provide better views of the landscape for inhabitants and foster the organic development of relationships and community? Jeanne Gang is the founder of Studio Gang Architects (SGA), a Chicago-based group with an international practice. SGA collaborates internally and externally with a wide range of people from diverse communities tackling a variety of challenging modern architectural issues. Join Jeanne as she speaks about the experience of building homes made with re-used bricks and steel, the development of new methods of poring concrete and hanging stone structures and how integrating environmentally sound practices into structures can have a direct impact on current ecological challenges. Some of the concerns that SGA addresses in their unique approach to architectural design include the survival of migratory birds, biodiversity in urban settings, the halting of invasive species and cleaning water supplies while rejuvenating and developing urban landscapes and community. SGA projects range from low-tech to high-tech and include both the large and small scale. This annual lecture honors Festival supporter Doris Conant in recognition of a generous gift to the Chicago Humanities Festival by the Conant Family Foundation. This fall's Conant Lecture honors the memory of Howard Conant, Sr. This program is also generously underwritten in part by The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation.
The Many Types of Architecture
made for tony's class at the UofU.
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Product Design/Furniture and Product Design/Architecture
Undergraduate Art and Design degree shows: Thursday 2 -- Sunday 12 June 2011. Our annual degree shows are a highlight in the School's calendar and the culmination of much hard work and commitment from our students. They give the University a chance to showcase the original, innovative and inspiring work that is being produced within the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, and School of Art & Design at undergraduate level. More more information, please visit: http://www.ntu.ac.uk/creativeaction
Organic Light: Breathing Orange Wire
A project i did for a prototype at Aarhus School of Architecture. Its, a simple 555 timer circuit set up to slowly fade in and out. I used a fiberoptics from http://www.fiberopticproducts.com/Sideglow.htm instead of a led. Unfortunately i seem to have lost my schematics for this one so i won't be uploading them anytime soon. But its pretty much the same as this one: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-blinkbreathing-style-LED-while-you-are-p/
Views: 109 nils kähler
Write like an architect A to Z, Letter B | Building
Take the 'How to Write Like an Architect Course,' Plus get Doug's hand written architecture font. http://howtoarchitect.com/
Views: 59037 How to Architect
Architecture & Design, pt. 11 | Rem Koolhaas
Learn design with Doug Patt at his live virtual webcam studio. http://howtoarchitect.com/designstudio
Views: 38904 How to Architect
Architectural Rendering in Wash - Beaux-Arts Atelier
A glimpse into one of the many courses offered at the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. Join instructor Andy Taylor for an introduction to the study of Architectural Rendering in Wash. Students are guided along the path of H. Van Buren Magonigle's detailed lessons in toned ink and full-color wash rendering in an atelier environment.
Views: 13642 Beaux-Arts Atelier
High-tech architecture
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Wood is good for architects
A new toolkit that outlines best building practices with wood was launched this week for designers, architects and builders at the Wood Solutions Fair in Vancouver, British Columbia. To learn more, please visit: http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2011/04/wood-builders-better-equipped-with-architects-toolkit.html More than 200 kits are being distributed initially to B.C. architects. The toolkit is available in a bookshelf format, or online at: http://naturallywood.com Stay Connected: http://www.gov.bc.ca/connect
Views: 587 ProvinceofBC
Broadacre City
A study of Broadacre City by FLW
Views: 12452 Souless7388
Richard Meier (architect) on 'What is good design?'
American Architect Richard Meier talks to mydeco.com about what makes a design great. What is good design? "Great design is something which has a longevity to it, because it's an appreciation of what it is. I think there is a lot of great design, not only in architecture, in product design. Well the nice thing about doing products is, I make a sketch, we draw it up and in a few months hopefully we get a prototype. With architecture it goes on for two years, three years, ten years! So, in a sense this is instant gratification." Richard Meier
Views: 16685 mydeco
Rizzoli's new book "Fallingwater" by architect Frank Lloyd Wright
Enjoy this tour through one of America's finest architectural treasures, Frank Lloyd Wright's acclaimed Fallingwater—arguably the most significant private residence of the twentieth century. This video offers only a glimpse at the stunning photography—commissioned especially for this book—that captures the much-loved masterpiece following its recent restoration. To learn more about the new book Fallingwater, visit http://www.rizzoliusa.com/book.php?isbn=9780847835997 To learn more about the building itself and architect Frank Lloyd Wright, visit http://www.fallingwater.org.
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Write like an architect A to Z, Letter E | Edify
Take the 'How to Write Like an Architect Course,' Plus get Doug's hand written architecture font. http://howtoarchitect.com/
Views: 12180 How to Architect
Inspiration - Contemporary Design Method in Architecture, by Mark Mückenheim and Juliane Demel
Book publication by BIS Publishers Amsterdam Check out the new video at: http://youtu.be/WB4BKCaKuKI About the book: Inspiration -- contemporary design methods in architecture by Mark Mückenheim and Juliane Demel is a comprehensive compilation of work samples and ideas on design and gestalt, on illustration and graphic configurations, on textures and structures, on form and spatial development all of which are mostly related to architectural design but can as well be applied to other related fields. More than 800 examples of abstract design works relate to architectural design methods and principles that find their ground in the work of contemporary architectural design practice. The book provides a comprehensive overview of current design methods and techniques that are highly applicable in the field of architecture. The book showcases hundreds of examples, models, sketches, and renderings of abstract architectural design applications within dozens of different methodologies. Apart from this substantial body of work, the documentation and the description of the processes behind them gives a great inside into the generation of these design works. BIS Publishers Hard Cover 274 Pages over 800 Images in Color and Black and White Englisch ISBN-10: 9063692676 ISBN-13: 978-9063692674 Dimensions: 12 x 9.7 x 1.2 inches 30.5 x 24.6 x 3 cm Buy on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Inspiration-Contemporary-Design-Method-Architecture/dp/9063692676 Music by: Mux Mool - Wax Rose Saturday (Remux Edit) from the Wax Rose Saturday EP (Ghostly International / Moodgadget Records) http://ghostly.com/artists/mux-mool
Views: 2511 MCKNHM Architekten
How To Think Like An Architect: Improving Design
Santa Barbara Architect Barry Berkus demonstrates how he would remodel a space in order to improve the design. He illustrates this process through a series of quick drawings and diagrams, along with detailed explanations of the current conditions, and client needs. http://www.b3architects.com https://www.facebook.com/B3Architects http://www.linkedin.com/pub/barry-berkus/46/526/89a
Views: 354161 Barry Berkus
Write like an architect A to Z, Letter C | Conceptual
Take the 'How to Write Like an Architect Course,' Plus get Doug's hand written architecture font. http://howtoarchitect.com/ A videos series about how to create lettering that looks like architects handwriting of days gone by. This video is about the letter 'C' and how architects use conceptual thought to create buildings.
Views: 34084 How to Architect
Modern Spaces Indian Light
The film premises itself on the idea that architecture is a metaphor for civilisations and subsequently, uses five architectural examples from modern India to illuminate the inflections of an environmental sensibility on emerging Indian design aesthetics. It looks at five monumental works of architects Rajesh Ranganathan, Prem Chandavarker, Sanjay Mohe, Bimal Patel and Raj Rewal - disparate as they may seem to explore their thematic consonance. What emerges is a myriad ways in which these architects have incorporated an interplay of light and landscape to create spaces that are reverberate with natural energy. Insightful analysis of these works by Prof. A. G. K. Menon reveals the reinventing of a modernity that is in constant dialogue with tradition to transform places into spaces.
Views: 5908 Indian Diplomacy
The Wabi House
Go behind the scenes of the photo shoot for "The Hidden Fortress," a feature story in our September 2011 issue that covers the Wabi House, a Japanese-inspired design in Carlsbad, California, by Sebastian Mariscal Studio.
Views: 49940 Dwell
Write like an architect A to Z, Letter D | Disorder
Take the 'How to Write Like an Architect Course,' Plus get Doug's hand written architecture font. http://howtoarchitect.com/
Views: 19239 How to Architect
20 imaginative modern beach house designs
Modern beach house designs http://0ba.be/beach
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Frank Lloyd Wright's Samara | The Weekly Special
Discover Frank Lloyd Wright's Samara, a Usonian house located in West Lafayette that was commissioned by homeowner John Christian over 50 years ago. To learn more about how you can arrange a tour of Samara house, visit their website: samara-house.org.
Views: 51566 Journey Indiana
SCI-Arc/Caltech Architecture Video - 2011 Solar Decathlon
Students from the SCI-Arc/Caltech team discuss the architectural highlights of CHIP, the Compact Hyper Insulated Prototype solar home.
Views: 1699 CHIPsd2011
Eldorado Stone + Spanish Revival Custom Home Design
Take a visual journey of the Estancia Home in Palm Desert, CA. Featuring Eldorado Brick and the perfect balance of Spanish Revival and Modern Elegance.
Views: 7406 Eldorado Stone
Edward Losch - Frank Lloyd Wright's Textile Block Revisited
Ed is a PhD Candidate in Building Science at the University of Southern California's School of Architecture. He is a licensed architect and structural engineer, and a certified LEED AP practioner.
Views: 1877 USCPhD
How to look at houses... (like an architect): Base
Join architect Katie Hutchison to train your eye on the base: foundation of houses.
Views: 4548 Katie Hutchison
Architectural Designs Ocean Front Houses
A wonderful blend of Music (A Delicate Poison by Govinda) and Beach House Architecture
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Green Architecture - 100 Acre Wood house
By JAK studio Juan Sebastian Orduz Alexandra Birtwistle Kyle Skerrit
Temple Terrace: Drafting Services Tampa | Engineering Plans | architectural design | home plans
Examine drafting services of Tampa, FL for high quality architectural plans at cheap prices. Visit www.draftingservicesoftampa.com or call toll-free at 866-548-9993 for all architectural drawing and a fast accurate turn-around. Drafting Services of Tampa works with home builders, contractors and home owners. Drafting Services of Tampa provides engineered CAD Plans for remodels, additions or code violations. Tampa, Florida: Or call toll-free at 866-548-9993. Provides the following: Electrical drafter Tampa, civil designer, civil designer Tampa, mechanical, Florida, drafting services Tampa, Tampa bay drafters, survey, Architectural drafter, reverse engineering drafter, patent drawings, patent drafter. Call toll-free at 866-548-9993. Hillsborough County - Apollo Beach, Balm, Bealsville, Bloomingdale, Brandon, Carrollwood Village, Dover, Gibsonton, Lithia, Lutz, Mango, Orient Park, Plant City, Riverview, Ruskin, Seffner, Sun City Center, Tampa, Temple Terrace, Thonotosassa, Valrico, Wimauma, Ybor City.
Views: 3522 peggy3844
cocochi-design organic experimental space_16_C
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Lake|Flato Porch House
The Lake|Flato Porch House presents a new way of thinking, designing and building for our residential clients. Based on a library of factory-constructed, modular living and sleeping rooms, the Porch House concept enables a design-conscious owner to have a custom, site-specific, and LEED certified Lake|Flato house with a predictable outcome of quality, time, and cost. Porches and other outdoor areas, built on site, serve as connecting tissue to create exciting outdoor spaces and ensure each house is particular to its place. And like all of our projects, Lake|Flato Architects are with you every step of the process. http://www.lakeflatoporchhouse.com
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Organic Art
Artist Patrick Dougherty spent two weeks on the OSU campus in October 2011 to create the stunning stick art installation that sits in People's Park. Dougherty received help by dozens of volunteers from the OSU community and beyond - some came from as far away as Portland to work with the artist. To create the sculpture, Dougherty and volunteers wove together thousands of branches from local trees. The sculpture will stand in People's Park for about two years, or until it decomposes.
Leh and Ladakh (India) Travel - How People Live
Peek inside a Ladakhi house and witness daily life in one of the coldest inhabited places of the world. We are visiting Tashi Vangil who lives in a traditional Ladakhi home. The sitting room of the house is the most important place, this is where all guests are entertained. We are seven in the family. To survive the cold, everything is planned well. We have separate living rooms for summers and winters. In summers we live on the top floor as it is shady and cool. For winters, the house is very well furnished with wood. In floors, walls and ceiling, cement is not used at all, so that the house is warm in winters. Moreover we have the heating system and use cow dung and wood which keep the house warm. The kitchen is just as important, all social activities take place here. The kitchen is pretty spacious and contains a lot of utensils. Do you wear this (ornaments) everyday or on occasions? It is worn on marriages or on visits of rinpoche and festivals, otherwise we wear normal traditional dress. Toilets are unique, as you can see they are on height, when you are done you cover the waste with sand, and then that is used as fertilizers. Since the area is very remote they have relied on these fields for their independence. It is remarkable to see these green fields in the middle of high desert region. This has been possible through creative use of natural resources. Same water is used over and over for various fields, and organic waste acts as natural fertilizers. Some might scoff at the system, but it is in fact more environmentally friendly then what we find in cities. I am Swati and I am showing you Ladakh.
Views: 23852 geobeats
2by4 architects: Art Pavilion, Spijkenisse
© 2by4-architects http://www.2by4.nl more info on this project: http://www.2by4.nl/#!__projects-en/art-studio [NL] Met dit schilderspaviljoen wordt een nieuw gezicht geven aan het bestaande woonhuis en wordt invulling gegeven aan een voorheen karakterloze plek die de overgang verzorgt tussen de voor- en achtertuin. Het paviljoen heeft twee gezichten die respectievelijk kijken naar de voor- en achtertuin. Het uiterlijke van het gebouw kan het beste omschreven worden als een monolietstructuur die om de transparante binnenruimte gevouwen is. De transparante gevel bestaat geheel uit verlijmd glas met als accent een groot blauw glasvlak. [EN] This art pavilion creates a transition between the existing house and its gardens. It addresses the front garden on one side and the back garden on the other side. By doing so the pavilion ends up having 2 'front' facades. Both facades can be opened to interact with the gardens. From inside however the focus is directed mainly towards the back garden because of its endless view across the polder landscape which acts as a decorative and inspiring background for the artist. The pavilion has a modern and minimalistic approach where playing with light is the key element.
Views: 2353 2by4architects
Penn's Spectacular Architecture
Penn's picturesque urban campus features some of the most impressive architecture in Philadelphia, including buildings that are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. For 120 years, Penn was located in Center City Philadelphia before the campus relocated to West Philadelphia in 1872. The Gothic Revival style College Hall, designed in 1872 by architect Thomas Webb Richards, was the first building constructed on the new campus. The multi-purpose building housed faculty offices, classrooms, a gym, the library and research labs. The original building included clock towers on each side of the center portion of the building. The west tower, which had a large bell that called students to class, was removed 1914 (the bell is now on display in Houston Hall). The east tower was torn down in 1929. Professor David Brownlee of Penn's Department of the History of Art, says, "the University relocated itself really on the crest of a wave of prosperity and achievement. Those buildings built in the first decade or so after we moved to West Philadelphia reflect the energy of an industrial America and of its greatest industrial city." Brownlee, an architectural historian, co-authored "Building America's First University: An Historical and Architectural Guide to the University of Pennsylvania." Fisher Fine Arts Library, designed by prominent Philadelphia architect Frank Furness in 1891, is also in the National Register of Historic places. The Furness building was renovated and restored to its original grandeur in 1991, and it was renamed Fisher Fine Arts Library in honor of donors Anne and Jerome Fisher. In 1957, during a second building boom on campus, Penn hired renowned architect Louis Kahn to design the Richards Medical Research Building. It was completed in 1960, and Brownlee says Kahn's innovative design changed the world of modern architecture. "It was, in every conceivable way, as different from the architecture from the recent past as it was possible to be," Brownlee says. "Rough and granular, where that architecture [of the recent past] was smooth. Irregular and picturesque where that architecture had been composed defined by simple geometric forms. Highly specialized with respect to its purpose and to its place as that architecture had been generic." Having designed the structure to fit in with surrounding buildings, Kahn, a Penn alum, incorporated complementary colors and textures from the Morgan Building, and the Quad dormitories. Today, the Richards Medical Research Lab is among the buildings on an elite list of National Historic Landmarks, under a program run by the National Park Service. Text by Jeanne Leong
My Radical Project. Architecture and Eco-design by Paolo Deganello | Experimenta Magazine
Paolo Deganello has regularly collaborated with Experimenta since the publishing house was founded in 1989. His reflections and tireless activity as a feature writer, whose work we have frequently shared with our readers, have contributed to building a critical vision of design, marked by a firm commitment to the crucial issues of our time. "Nowadays, designers have to go against the market, they have to head in an ecologically sustainable direction. They have to be brave enough to bite the hand that feeds them," Paolo Deganello declares decisively. Paolo Deganello was born in Este (Padua) in 1940. After graduating with honours from the Faculty of Architecture in Florence in 1966, he opened the studio Arquitectura Radical Archizoom Associati that same year, along with Andrea Branzi, Gilberto Corretti and Massimo Morozzi. He worked at the studio until it disbanded in 1972. He then began freelancing in Milan, which he still does today, combining his architectural and design projects with teaching positions. Since 2006, he teaches at ESAD in Matosiñho (Oporto) and since 2008 at the Architecture Faculty in Alghero (Italy).
His work is featured in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Design Museum (London), the Museum of Modern Art (Toyama, Japan), the Denver Museum (Denver, USA), the Vitra Design Museum (Weil am Rhein, Germany), the Museo do Design of the Cultural Centre of Belem (Lisbon) and the Museo del Design della Triennale in Milan. The Solis lamp that can be seen at minute 3.58 of the video is a product designed by Carmine Deganello for Pablo Inc, San Francisco. Production: Stefano Nicoli
 Music: "Buddy" and "Carousel" (Apple jingle inc.)
 Colour correction: Magic bullet looks
 Format: Canon EOS 7D 1920x1080 24p Canon LENS EF-S 18-135mm 3.5-5.6
 Typography: Sketch block
Views: 2019 Experimenta Magazine
Frank Lloyd Wright
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DesignApproach - Jeffrey Budiman
This video is final assignment from Design Approach Class (2008). The purpose of the assignment is to investigate on how a design approach from architects executed in architectures projects. This video is made by Bagantara, Jansen, Teddy
Views: 5518 Arsitektur UPH
21. Certification: Design and Green Architecture
Environmental Politics and Law (EVST 255) The lecture critiques the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) certification system, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). The criteria for being highly rated under LEED emphasize energy efficiency and minimizing waste, but do not prioritize environmental health and limiting use of dangerous plastics and chemicals. USGBC is a non-profit organization, not a government agency, and has employees of for-profit organizations on its board of directors. The lecture discusses the implications of having a non-profit organization run this system and be responsible for evaluating environmental quality in architecture and construction. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Growth, Consumption and Understanding Energy Intensity 15:48 - Chapter 2. Building Codes and Green Certification Programs 24:40 - Chapter 3. New Construction and Renovation Certification 34:38 - Chapter 4. Chemical Contents and Indoor Environmental Quality 40:39 - Chapter 5. Certification and Its Limits on Health and the Environment Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2010.
Views: 11002 YaleCourses

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