Search results “Organic style in architecture” for the 2014
Organic Modern Estate by Ken Kellogg AIA - Joshua Tree, CA
Presented by TTK Represents http://www.organicmodernestate.com The Desert House: The most important architectural house you may have never seen. It is physically of the desert, a part of its surroundings. The strength of the hard and rugged protective shell exterior is drawn from the desert. The interior is a warm intimate space of flowing organic shapes wrapping gently around its inhabitants. Light enters through continuous openings that separate the towering concrete panels. The textures provide the touch and feel of the desert as materials were meticulously selected from the desert. The property highlights the masculine and feminine forms that are the hallmark of organic architecture.
A tour of astonishing Mexican organic architecture
Structures resembling a nest, a female breast or even the shape of a white shark, this is Organic architecture, a term coined by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Some of the best examples of this movement can be seen in Mexico.
Views: 4334 ZoominTV
Survivalist tiny dorms at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin architecture school
Since Frank Lloyd Wright began building Taliesin West- his winter home and school in the desert-, students have been living in canvas tents as an alternative dorm. It was direct study of nature and the land, both important elements of Wright’s organic architecture. Today the Shelter Program has evolved and students can design and build more complicated structures (they’re given a $1000 stipend and encouraged to raise more), but the small shelters continue to be off-grid, unplumbed and often without walls. This direct contact with the desert helps students confront just what is needed to provide shelter. “To me an architect is a man who,” wrote Wright in his autobiography, “knows the secrets of nature and studies them, is informed by them and comes out stronger with knowledge.” Stephanie Schull, director of academic affairs at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, gave us a tour of a few of the 60 odd shelters (Note: We appreciate her giving us an impromptu tour and want to make clear that the opinions she gave during the interview were her opinions and not part of any school philosophy). Taliesin Shelter Program http://www.taliesin.edu/sheltersmain.html Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/survivalist-tiny-dorms-at-lloyd-wrights-taliesin-arq-school/
Views: 716078 Kirsten Dirksen
John Lobell Organic Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright
http://johnlobell.com This is a lecture from my course on Frank Lloyd Wright given at Pratt Institute School of Architecture in Spring 2014 describing Wright's several meanings for "Organic Architecture." Table of Contents: 00:19 - 00:36 - 01:15 - 02:25 - 02:50 - 04:49 - 12:15 - 12:17 - 18:08 - 19:08 - 26:39 - 28:16 - 29:11 - 29:48 - 29:55 - 30:31 - 31:20 - 31:55 - 32:18 - 33:12 - 33:50 - 34:05 - THE ESTATE 34:32 - 36:16 - 36:54 - 38:53 - 39:29 - 40:07 - 42:47 - 43:01 -
Views: 2359 John Lobell
Frank Lloyd Wright, Architecture, & Environment
Frank Lloyd Wright's towering designs—and ideas—are imprinted all over the United States, including the Robie House in Chicago and the Guggenheim Museum in New York. His ambition, however, was far larger than the creation of beautiful and functional buildings. Like other modernist masters, he saw architecture as a way to transform individuals and society through the built environment. In this program, architect Jeanne Gang and Barry Bergdoll, chief curator of architecture and design at New York's Museum of Modern Art, embark on a discussion of Wright's legacy. Their conversation, moderated by University of Illinois architectural historian Dianne Harris, is informed by (and showcases) the newly available Wright archive, recently acquired by MoMA and Columbia University's Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library. The archive is enormous and rich: 23,000 architectural drawings, 44,000 historical photographs, large-scale presentation models, manuscripts, and extensive correspondence offer unparalleled access to Wright's broadly humanist vision and its relevance for contemporary architectural practice, themes Bergdoll and Gang plumb for us. This program is generously underwritten by Herman Miller and is presented in partnership with the Society of Architectural Historians and the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University. This program was recorded on November 10, 2013 as part of the 24th annual Chicago Humanities Festival, Animal: What Makes Us Human: http://chf.to/2013Animal
Wright - Fallingwater Organic architecture
Vídeo esquema Hº del Arte 2014 La Casa Kaufmann o La Casa de la Cascada
Views: 118 Liliana Fire
From nature to architecture | Aryanour Djalali | TEDxBarcelona
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In his talk, he shows various examples where architects inspired themselves by nature to design buildings. Designing with nature in mind creates functional and beautiful buildings. From architecture to archinature. Aryanour DJalal (1975) is originary from Palma de Mallorca and Iranian descendant. Degree at Polytechnical University of Catalonia. He worked in the studio of Enric Miralles and Joan Busquets. He learned at the University of Delft (Holland) “architecture is something more that boxes, are buildings that rotates that hugs and speak each other” From the year 2000 he leads his studio in Barcelona with and extended influence to a lot of Mediterranean countries, Northern Africa and the Middle East. Aryanour, work together with a creative multidisciplinary team, which has contributed to the creations of value added products and, in consequence, the success of the projects. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 3609 TEDx Talks
Organic Furniture Design
Organic furniture is unique. They can match with all rooms in your house. Lot of people say, organic furniture makes their homes looks pretty and elegant.
Views: 812 Zakia Maulani
How a Teenager Designs French Gothic Architecture
Designed by Wandrative - I chose French Gothic to be the first style of the series. At first glance, it might perhaps look like any other cathedral, but I will have to say that this is my own design. (really) -This work (The designing and drawing) took about 12 hours (+-30min). -This architectural style will have two videos; The Building-Designing part (This one), and the City-Drawing part to complete the picture. (I'm sorry. I forgot to include the background part) Music Vox Vulgaris: http://www.last.fm/music/Vox+Vulgaris Psallentes Martin Best Medieval Ensemble: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaRNvJLKP1E -I chose different variations of Medieval Music to match the architectural style. The bells comes from a recording of cathedrals in Germany (ironically). -Enjoy! -Gothique français, Franse gotische, Französisch Gothic, Gotico francese, Γαλλικής γοτθικής, Gótico francés, Franska Gothic, फ्रेंच गॉथिक, பிரஞ்சு கோதி, ફ્રેન્ચ ગોથિક, Fransız Gotik, ফরাসি গোথিক, ฝรั่งเศสแบบกอธิค, 法国哥特式, 프랑스 고딕, フレンチゴシック, Francia gótikus, Francouzské gotické, Французской готики, فرانسیسی گوتیک הצרפתי גותית ,فرانسه گوتیک ,الفرنسية القوطية -architecture, ճարտարապետություն, স্থাপত্য, 建筑, 建築, architektura, architectuur, Architektur, αρχιτεκτονική, સ્થાપત્ય, वास्तुकला, építészet, arsitektur, architettura, アーキテクチャ, ​ស្ថាបត្យកម្ម, 건축, वास्तुकला, ਆਰਕੀਟੈਕਚਰ, архитектура, arquitectura, கட்டிடக்கலை, สถาปัตยกรรม, mimari, kiến trúc, فن تعمیر ,العمارة ,ארכיטקטורה, معماری, arkitektur - high school student, học sinh trung học, lise öğrencisi, นักเรียนมัธยม, உயர்நிலை பள்ளி மாணவர், gymnasieelev, estudiante de secundaria, старшеклассник, ਹਾਈ ਸਕੂਲ ਦੇ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀ ਨੂੰ, estudante do ensino médio, licealista, विद्यार्थी, 고등학생, ​សិស្ស​វិទ្យាល័យ, 高校生, studente di scuola superiore, gimnazista, हाई स्कूल के छात्र, ઉચ્ચ શાળા વિદ્યાર્થી, μαθητής γυμνασίου, High-School-Schüler, lycéen, middelbare school student, student střední školy, 高中生, উচ্চ বিদ্যালয় ছাত্র, طالب في مدرسة ثانوية,תלמיד התיכון,دانش آموز,ہائی اسکول کے طالب علم - Aesthetics, esthétique, esthetiek, Ästhetik, estetica, Estética, Estetik, estetika, esztétika, estetyka, Эстетика, Αισθητική, գեղագիտության, جماليات, زیبایی شناسی ,جمالیات ,אסתטיקה, ਸੁਹਜ, એસ્થેટિકસ, सौंदर्य, सौन्दर्य, ఈస్తటిక్స్, सौंदर्यशास्त्र, ಎಸ್ಥಟಿಕ್ಸ್, নন্দনতত্ব, அழகியல், สุนทรียศาสตร์, សោភ័ណ្ឌ, 美学, 美學, 미학 - Building, gebou, ndërtesë, bina, Eraikina, zgrada, edifici, budova, bygning, gebouw, konstruaĵo, hoone, gusali, rakennus, Bâtiment, edificio, Gebäude, ginin, tsev, épület, bygging, ụlọ, bangunan, foirgneamh, costruzione, aedificium, ēka, pastatas, здание, bini, hanga, bygning, budynek, edifício, clădire, budova, stavba, dhismaha, edificio, jengo, byggnad, bina, xây dựng, adeilad,ile, isakhiwo, շինություն, будынак, ভবন, сграда, 建筑, 建築, შენობა, Κτίριο, મકાન, બિલ્ડીંગ, बिल्डिंग, वास्तु-गृह, इमारत, 建物, ಕಟ್ಟಡ, ការកសាង, 건물, 구조, ການກໍ່ສ້າງ, इमारत, байр, भवन, ਇਮਾਰਤ ਨੂੰ, здание, зграда, கட்டிடம், భవనం, อาคาร, будівля, بناء , בניין , ساختمان , عمارت , ביניען - Time lapse
Views: 23314 Wandrative
Fast Sketch - Architectural Composition (Part 2) Fluid Movement
Art and Architecture Fast Sketch - Architectural Composition (Part 2) Fluid Movement By: Dr. Shahram Azizi Dr. Azizi's official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Shahram-Azizi/224169281038834?fref=ts Architect, Designers, Virtual Reality team: Bardia Azizi, Faranak Assefnia, Mahshar Ghasemiyeh, Babak Mojaveryan, Maral Mian, Parmida Azizi Casting and post Production: Babak Mojaveryan Music by: Tristan Strozzi For more information visit our University website: www.iaast-ac.com Official Portal Website: www.artprocessor21.com YouTube Channel: ART AND ARCHITECTURE, 7ART UNIVERSITY, IRAN UNIVERSITY
Views: 6637 Art and Architecture
Cal-Earth's Sustainable Architecture
The California Institute of Earth Architecture hopes their Superadobe construction technique may be applied to more traditional contemporary homes found throughout SoCal suburbs. Read more here: http://bit.ly/XeVQR4 Subscribe to Artbound's newsletter: http://bit.ly/15ZeWVb Watch all Artbound videos here: http://bit.ly/15Zf5bd Artbound articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/QQxJUf Like Artbound on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/V6BrM0 Follow Artbound on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1aWPWQA
Views: 42359 KCETOnline
Architects in nature
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The Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie Style Masterpiece
Written and produced by the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust in 2012 as part of SC Johnson’s At Home With Frank Lloyd Wright gallery, this short film celebrates Wright’s Prairie style masterpiece, the Frederick C. Robie House.
Views: 102297 Frank Lloyd Wright Trust
lesson 2 organic
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Let's talk organic architecture + sustainable homes
So what is organic architecture? And how can we have healthier homes for our families? Let's talk. We try to live healthy and provide a healthy environment for our kids. But, the conveniences of modern living offer so many temptations, and well, it's hard to know if those things that claim to be good for us, really are good for us. From indoor air quality and plants to our pillows and paint, there are so many opportunities to increase the healthy-factor inside our homes. And what really is 'organic architecture' and 'sustainable home design'? Tracy Hutson is a designer and author of the book 'Feathering the Nest,' where she shares ideas for creating kid-spaces that are mentally stimulating, emotionally comforting, and environmentally smart. For several years, Tracy shared her design ideas as part of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition team, and she shared her passion for turning 'junk' into cool decor on Picker Sisters with Tanya McQueen. Green Builder Media's Ron Jones is recognized as one of the fathers of the green building movement. Instrumental in establishing guidelines and programs through NAHB, USGBC and a variety of regional initiatives, he has more recently worked with the International Code Council in the development of both the National Green Building Standard (ICC 700) and the International Green Construction Code. He is the charter chairman of the Green Builder Coalition, a grassroots non-profit advocacy group whose goal is to promote integrity in the building industry, and beyond, in an effort to return balance and harmony to the relationship between the built environment and the natural one. Author of the Not So Big House, Sarah Susanka's "Not So Big" message has become a launch pad for a new dimension of understanding—not just about how we inhabit our homes, but also about how we inhabit our planet and even our day-to-day lives. As a cultural visionary with an incredible ability to understand the underlying structure of the American lifestyle, Susanka is providing the language and tools that are redefining how we live. Sarah has contributed to USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Newsweek, Better Homes & Gardens, "Oprah," "Good Morning America," CNN, HGTV and "This Old House." Author of Ecologique - The Style of Sustainable Design, designer Kelly LaPlante is a self-proclaimed dare-devil interior designer, entrepreneur, curator, writer, sustainable design expert and collector of extraordinary people. Kelly has been a guest on 'Greenovate,' HGTV's 'Design Wars,' and 'The Lazy Environmentalist.' Get your questions ready, because we're talking with the experts about organic architecture and healthier homes on this episode of MyFixitUpLife. Tune into this organic architecture and sustainable design episode of MyFixitUpLife talk.
Views: 6519 MyFixitUpLife show
Frank Lloyd Wright interview
Frank Lloyd Wright being interviewed by Mike Wallace in 1957.
Far Field House: Contemporary Self Build with Stunning Views
A contemporary self build with amazing views of Loch Awe and a combination of organic and modernist inspired architectural features http://www.homebuildingawards.co.uk/far-field-house
architecture & fashion
Views: 4210 mirryfication
Impressive Modern Religious Architecture
Beautiful picture collection of modern religious buildings.
Views: 5511 Grig Stamate
Frank Lloyd Wright  American Architect  Walking on Water MUSIC
Frank Lloyd Wright (born Frank Lincoln Wright, June 8, 1867 -- April 9, 1959) was an American architect, interior designer, writer and educator, who designed more than 1000 structures and completed 532 works. Wright believed in designing structures which were in harmony with humanity and its environment, a philosophy he called organic architecture. This philosophy was best exemplified by his design for Fallingwater (1935), which has been called "the best all-time work of American architecture". Wright was a leader of the Prairie School movement of architecture and developed the concept of the Usonian home, his unique vision for urban planning in the United States. His work includes original and innovative examples of many different building types, including offices, churches, schools, skyscrapers, hotels, and museums. Wright also designed many of the interior elements of his buildings, such as the furniture and stained glass. Wright authored 20 books and many articles and was a popular lecturer in the United States and in Europe. His colorful personal life often made headlines, most notably for the 1914 fire and murders at his Taliesin studio. Already well known during his lifetime, Wright was recognized in 1991 by the American Institute of Architects as "the greatest American architect of all time." Graycliff, located just south of Buffalo, NY is an important mid-career (1926--1931) design by Wright; it is a summer estate designed for his long-time patrons, Isabelle and Darwin D. Martin. Created in Wright's high Organic style, Wright wrote in a letter to the Martins that "Coming in the house would be something like putting on your hat and going outdoors." Graycliff consists of three buildings set within 8.5 acres of landscape, also designed by Wright. Its site, high on a bluff overlooking Lake Erie, inspired Wright to create a home that was transparent, with views through the building to the lake beyond. Terraces and cantilevered balconies also encourage lake views, and water features throughout the landscape were designed by Wright to echo the lake as well. One of Wright's most famous private residences was built from 1934 to 1937—Fallingwater—for Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr., at Mill Run, Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. It was designed according to Wright's desire to place the occupants close to the natural surroundings, with a stream and waterfall running under part of the building. Wright wanted the new residents to live with the waterfalls, to make them part of their everyday lives. He didn't want them to just look at them every now and again. Constructed over a 30-foot waterfall, the house may look very big on the outside but on the inside it is quite small, which surprises some visitors. It was made with three bedrooms, a massive living room and a dining room. The house was more of a design for a family getaway, not for a live-in family. The construction is a series of cantilevered balconies and terraces, using limestone for all verticals and concrete for the horizontals. The house cost $155,000, including the architect's fee of $8,000. It was one of Wright's most expensive pieces. Kaufmann's own engineers argued that the design was not sound. They were overruled by Wright, but the contractor secretly added extra steel to the horizontal concrete elements. In 1994, Robert Silman and Associates examined the building and developed a plan to restore the structure. In the late 1990s, steel supports were added under the lowest cantilever until a detailed structural analysis could be done. In March 2002, post-tensioning of the lowest terrace was completed. Taliesin West, Wright's winter home and studio complex in Scottsdale, AZ, was a laboratory for Wright from 1937 to his death in 1959. Now the home of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and archives, it continues today as the site of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.
Views: 1445 lucrezia012
Zaha Hadid and Suprematism | Tate Talks
A discussion between multiple award-winning architect Zaha Hadid and Achim Borchardt-Hume, Head of Exhibitions at Tate Modern and curator of Malevich exhibition. Considering Hadid’s concept of architecture and its relationship to space and the city, this conversation reflects on Malevich’s Architektons, as well as other works of Suprematism, as formative inspiration for her own practice. The volumetric compositions of Suprematism such as Architektons were utilised to create new possibilities for interior space, while Malevich experimented with these constructions as means for social transformation through radical architectural form. The novelty, purity and originality of these works fostered a new psychology of perception in both art and architecture. The link between Zaha Hadid and Suprematism has spanned her entire career, beginning with her 1976-77 graduation thesis for the Architectural Association, Malevich’s Tecktonik, which takes a visually deconstructed influence from Malevich and uses it as the starting point for a fourteen-level London hotel concept design. Following this interest, in 1993 Zaha Hadid was asked by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York to create an exhibition design for their encyclopaedic show of the Russian Avant-Garde, The Great Utopia. Hadid continues to demonstrate her relationship to Suprematism, recently designing and curating an exhibition at Galerie Gmurzynska Zurich that juxtaposed her own work with early twentieth-century Russian art pieces. This event is related to the exhibition Malevich at Tate Modern 16 July – 26 October 2014 http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/malevich Subscribe for more talks: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tate
Views: 193610 Tate
Building the Oshatz designed home
Greenleaf Design|Build is currently completing a one of a kind single family home that takes local residential builds to a new level. Designed by renowned architect, Robert Harvey Oshatz, and built by Greenleaf Design|Build for artisans Tenold and Karen, this home includes two art studio spaces, as well as a lower level art gallery, and is an extraordinary example of Oshatz’ Northwest Regional feeling and organic architecture style.
Maya Tutorials: Organic Modeling
In this Video we do a Dead Tree but we cover some basic ideas of organic play while still having fun and figuring out what to do next.
Views: 9161 D.H.Blaze
Archiculture: a documentary film that explores the architectural studio (full 25 min film)
Archiculture takes a thoughtful, yet critical look at the architectural studio. The 25-minute film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based, design education through the eyes of a group of students finishing their final design projects. Interviews with leading professionals, historians and educators help create crucial dialog around the key issues faced by this unique teaching methodology and the built environment these future architects will create. Starring: Mollie Claypool Alanna Jaworski Dionysios Neofitidis Mike Toste Giancarlo Tramontozzi Including Interviews with: Shigeru Ban - Shigeru Ban Architects Matthew Berman - Workshop APD Phil Bernstein - VP Autodesk Joe Brown - CIO AECOM David Byrne - Musician/Artist Annie Choi - Author/Critic Maurice Cox - Professor/NEA Ken Frampton - Historian/Professor Terry Heinlein - TGH Architect Ted Landsmark - President BAC Thom Mayne - Morphosis Mary Woods - Historian/Professor Credits: Co-Producer/Director - David Krantz & Ian Harris Editor - Jesse Garrison Sound Editor and Re-Recording Mixer - Yoni Slotwiner Composer - Glenn Forsythe Colorist - Frederick Trevino Titles and Graphics - Matthew Posorske Story Development - Eric Krantz Assistant Editors - Bill Scurry, Randy Astle, Eric Joseph, Aaron Lim, Marco Monti & Justin Strawhand Production/Editing Assistants - Pierce Cook, Emily Wettstein & Emily Ahn Levy Production Assistant - Michael Selwa Pre-Production Assistant - Lisa Zigenis Grant Writer/Editor - Jacob Richardson Marketing - Sam Danner Outreach - Emily Goligoski & Barbie Steffen Public Relations - Whitney Sterling & Julie Fallin Website Consultant - Doug Havens Legal Services - George M. Rush Executive Producer - AECOM Fiscal Sponsor - Independent Film Project (IFP) Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to see a new Architecture Extras Interview each week! Produced, shot and edited by Arbuckle Industries - http://www.arbuckle-industries.com.
Views: 980330 Arbuckle Industries
Nature - the greatest garden architect
The great place in the Slovakian forest.
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#THATSBRUTAL: A Quick Guide to Brutalist Architecture
Professor Musselman ENGW3314 U4D2 This video takes a look at the history and development of Brutalism, an architectural style which focused on exposing unfinished surfaces to create grungy, rough-looking buildings. If you're cramming for your next history or architecture test, check it out, it just might help you get that A!
Views: 19373 Lexi Smith
3ds Max and V-Ray Tutorial Now Available: Creating Five Architecture Facades
Learn more: http://www.digitaltutors.com/11/training.php?pid=1452 Throughout this tutorial we will look at the modeling techniques for creating various architectural facades. By the end of the course, you will gain the knowledge to handle any style of architecture from contemporary to organic. We will also look at how to use CAD plans in 3ds Max, and we will cover exiting topics such as animating movable objects on the facade and even creating planting using real-time growth plugins. To finish off, we will learn how to quickly set up optimized lighting, camera and render settings so that you can achieve quick renders and impressive results. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Digital-Tutors is now Pluralsight. Learn more: ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DswEJDodZEI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Digital-Tutors is now part of the Pluralsight technology learning experience! Enjoy all the creative learning you've come to love from Digital-Tutors on Pluralsight and MORE! Gain access to THOUSANDS more expert-led courses.
Views: 8054 Pluralsight Creative
John Lobell: Frank Lloyd Wright Early Houses
http://johnlobell.com Lecture from a course on Wright given at Pratt Institute, Spring 2014.
Views: 6500 John Lobell
Cocochi-Design  Nature of organic architecture_23_A_HD
http://www.cocochi-d.com/ http://cocochi-d.blogspot.jp/ ・Cocochi-design produce creative proposals by organic architectural space and art. ・ここちデザインは有機建築空間とアートによる創造的な提案をプロデュースします。
Views: 113 cocochicocochi
Organic farmer builds eco-friendly mud houses in western India
In an attempt to preserve and promote traditional mud houses, which existed in olden days of Indian civilisation, an organic farmer in western Gujarat state builds a 'mud house' residency using coconut wood and bamboo.
Views: 17817 MEA India File
How to make paper art: the Reverse folded paper
Learn how to turn a flat piece of paper into an amazing 3d surface! This technique can be used in other paper projects, as an artwork on its own, or extended to create a larger interesting surface. Our goal with paper art projects is to eliminate boredom from life and to see the potential in the objects around us. We hope you enjoy this tutorial, have a great day!
Views: 305457 Mr. Otter Art Studio
Software Engineering Pattern Recognition Object Oriented Patterns Ph.D in Computer Science from University of Kerala First International workshop on Cloud Computing: Architecture, Algorithms, and Applications (cloudComp2011), Technical Chair- International Journal of Knowledge and Learning (IJKL), InderScience Ph. D. (Theoretical Organic Chemistry) - Theoretical Organic Chemistry Modeling of nano-mechanical systems and molecular clusters Modeling of biomolecules and enzyme reactions Non-bonded interactions Theoretical studies on organometallic systems Modeling of Non-classical Molecules Ph.D, Mathematics (Cryptography), Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, 2006. Ph.D Thesis: On Public-key Cryptography using Hard Problems in Braid Groups Graduated with 9.00 cumulative performance index (CPI) Qualified GATE (AIR 19), CSIR (JRF) Merit Scholarship from National Board National Merit Scholarship Cryptography, Digital Watermarking, Multimedia Security, DRM, Security in Vehicular Communication and Visual Surveillance. Synthesis of nanoparticles Present Research Activities Theoretical studies on following systems Keto-enol tautomerism in biological and organic reactions Closed Cage Tungsten clusters Ab-intio studies of ene reactions Studies on Cylophanes Quinones in Photosynthetic reaction center Quinones in fuel cells Network security, bio-inspired computing, authorship analysis, clustering in very large databases, image forensics, video surveillance, cloud security, secure information sharing, secure localization, distributed computing business models and software systems related to data mining, data analytics, information retrieval, targeted advertising over the web, soft computing and machine learning Data modeling, Data Mining, Spatial Databases, Web GIS, Free and Open source GIS, Dynamic Online Spatial Data Sources. Has been PI for several Central\State sponsored projects. Conducted several short training programs in Geoinformatics His research area includes: Cyber Security, e-Governance and Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching.
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Architecture Design
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How Frank Lloyd Wright Influenced Pennsylvanian Architecture
8th grade twenty first century video about frank lloyd wright's influence on our architecture
Views: 18 Chris Meising
Road Scholar: Frank Lloyd Wright: Revolutionary Contributions to Modern Architecture
Frank Lloyd Wright is considered by some to be the greatest American architect. Explore the many facets of his contributions to modern architecture in discussions with experts representing three Wright-designed houses in this region. Step inside these exquisite homes to compare and contrast them while you consider the 75-year career of the architect, a working life that spanned two world wars. To learn more about this program or to enroll, visit our website: http://www.roadscholar.org/1885
Views: 2794 Road Scholar
Coastal Living Room Furniture Ideas, Beach Style
Beautiful picture collection and furniture ideas for a beach style living room. Music: Downloaded it from YouTube Audio Library https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
Views: 9930 Grig Stamate
Elements of Art: Line | KQED Arts
Brush up on your visual literacy as we breakdown the wide variety of lines that visual artists use. Through the lens of the self-portrait, we look at how line is a way for artists to express their individual style and also a tool to control the messages they wish to communicate. http://www.kqed.org/artschool
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Working with an Architect: The Design Process
Design is not a linear process. It is much more than simply putting a drawing on paper. The Design Process includes learning WHAT we need to design, as well as considering HOW your home will be positioned on your site. Characteristics such as views, privacy, topography, site circulation, sun orientation, shading, etc., as well as local zoning regulations and code restrictions must be considered. An architect goes through many variations -- sketching, modeling, drawing -- to come up with cohesive ideas to present to the client.
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Architect's Design Process : Modern Barn Studio Part II - Elevations
Download plans at: http://thirtybyforty.com/plan-packages In this video I walk you through the process of designing the exterior elevations for the Barn Studio project, a small outbuilding barn-like on the exterior, modern and minimal on the interior. I discuss two of the elevation options in detail and the visual tricks I used to make this small structure seem larger than it is. Supplemental reading can be found on my blog post: http://thirtybyforty.com/design-process-the-elevations Thanks for watching... Cheers, Eric -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Is THIS an Architecture Practice? The Undercover Architect Part 2" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=242zhcF0b5A -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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S&W Architecture Studio (Soil and Water)
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Stonehawke Modern House by Base Architecture
The Stonehawke house is a contemporary house (3,100 sq ft) located in Brisbane, Autralia. Designed by architect Shawn Godwin and interior designer wife Natalie of Base Architecture in 2009, this multi award winning residence emerges from the earth like fallen lumber, bunkered in a parcel of heavily wooded, protected land. Stonehawke House holds a strong, robust form of its own, with heroic volumes that protrude out from the surrounding bushland. Yet what Shawn and Natalie Godwin have designed is not just any other building for their practice, they have created their own family home! The Stonehawke House project by Base Architecture: "Recently developed there are 29 lots in total, each benefiting from a sensitive approach to the surrounds. From natural overland flow and storm water control to Flora and Fauna friendly fencing this enclave of lots invite the inhabitants in. Of the 29 lots, 5 (including Lot 16), have many constraints and covenants attached aimed at protecting the micro climate of that particular site. Lot 16 is wedged into the side of a hill and nestled into a large parcel of heavily wooded environmentally protected land. This charred box protrudes horizontally like fallen lumber. Solidly grounded into the site, the body of the house wraps itself around an 'out of ground off form concrete pool' that also reflects the charred timber in its internal finish. Having such organic and raw materials in the natural surrounds of sandstone rock work and various species of native tall trees it was important to reflect this in the form and materiality of the houses' appearance. With this language the cladding and structure has been represented accordingly with rough sawn stained plywood, galvanized steel and combinations of horizontal and vertical sections mimicking the tree forms. From this point it was critical to both soften and refine the palette to the interior detailing whilst being mindful of the importance of the cohesion and notion of interior to exterior. Once formally inside the occupants are transferred both visually and physically between this notion as the house opens up with counter balanced glazing systems and sliding external glass walls. With an abundance of native timbers surrounding the house it was an easy decision to utilise this warmth internally in the form of Australian spotted gum. The timber was used for flooring, joinery and windows/doors. As an occupant of the house a central entry off the car space leads to the first level entry point (where visitors would be greeted), and voided space that leads either off to the parents retreat or further ascending to the centre of the main body of the house. Although from the street it appears to be a 3 storey house, 90 percent of the program happens on the top level that also happens to be level with natural ground due to the slope of the site. A minimal interruption into the natural lay of the land has created a secluded and protected flat grassed area for the sole purpose of kids play and exploration up the natural stone walls and into the intrigue of the bush setting to the rear." Photos by: Christopher Frederick Jones Source: Specifier Read more http://decorationofhome.net/feng-shui-decoration/stonehawke-modern-house-by-base-architecture/
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Frank Gehry on Cones, Domes and Messiness | The New York Times
The architect Frank Gehry talks about his asymmetrical design for the planned 450,000-square-foot Guggenheim Abu Dhabi and his inspiration for the museum’s huge, cooling cones. Produced by: Channon Hodge Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1zqaOHY Subscribe to the Times Video newsletter for free and get a handpicked selection of the best videos from The New York Times every week: http://bit.ly/timesvideonewsletter Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n Watch more videos at: http://nytimes.com/video --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more from The New York Times? Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nytimes Google+: https://plus.google.com/+nytimes/ Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch. On YouTube. Frank Gehry on Cones, Domes and Messiness | The New York Times http://www.youtube.com/user/TheNewYorkTimes
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Floating Resort design by Shekhar Shinde
'Solitude' is an attempt of designing a floating sustainable resort at Mulshi lake, Pune, India (As a thesis design project). The particular cottage shown in this video was first project of my architectural education; designed in first year as a dream house back in 2009. In final year as part of thesis I got an opportunity to improvise and complete the most inspired and dearest work i have done..the floating house. Hence, 'Solitude' is my conclusion of the work I had started back when I was just falling in love with architecture! Concept & Design: The purpose of this resort is to allow the visitors to seclude themselves from the busy, hectic & frustrating city lifestyle and to be in peace around the most serene natural element...water! The form of the central floating structure is inspired from a 'Turtle shell', which protects the life within itself. This particular mother structure holds necessary services and takes care of the surrounding detachable floating cottages. The structure also houses 'floating huts & underwater restaurants' along with few rooms, gym and a temple of water, a calm and serene space located at the heart of structure to experience the sound of water and the effect of light and shadows. The provision of floating landscape around the structure encourages interaction with lake water. The floating cottages can detach themselves using digitally controlled small engine at the back and can be taken around the lake or can be attached to the floating decks which are anchored to the ground. The shopping area is inspired from Venice city, where one can take a traditional boat and enter into small cozy water channels. Solar panels have been provided to every unit and to mother structure which takes care of energy requirements. Along with that extra energy is produced separately on the site with tata solar farms. The sewage is taken care of on land with sustainable method of rootzone treatment plant and waste is used to into compost plant which becomes useful for farming as fertilizer. Thank you. Ar. Shekhar Shinde, Pune India / Dubai UAE India: # +917588168228 (Current Number) Dubai: # +971-0508738317 www.s2astudio.in www.facebook.com/s2astudio
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What does it mean: OrganicArch? Curved shapes, innovative technologies and eco approach... OrganicArch use of natural building materials developing innovative technologies, construction and education of the growing generation natural shapes of buildings to build a future in which we find again the balance of nature : - Interactive, ecological and capacity building playgrounds - Design and implementation of public space - Art, map -making, sculptures, installations, - "Pille" Stone project: creative recycling and waste awareness raising, - Buildings, We'll be happy to work with like-minded individuals / organizations within the framework of co-operation so if you like what you see on the page, you'd like to get to know us better, or you have similar ideas / projects, get in touch !  Become our partner and build our future together! www.pilleko.hu
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How to Set Up Website Architecture
Visit us at http://ow.ly/tCbpg for more practical and evolutionary business advice for worldchanging entrepreneurs. SUMMARY The organization of your website information is commonly referred to as your website architecture - it's essentially the blueprint of your website. It's important that you plan your website architecture before building it, as it will make life much easier down the road - you'll have a much more streamlined design process, a more efficient layout that makes it easier for visitors to navigate your website, as well as easier for search engine spiders to crawl and index. This video will show you how you can plan your website architecture in 3 easy steps. You will learn: * How to research and organize keywords * What are wireframes * The workflow between your website designer and developer TRANSCRIPT 00:32 If you are an early stage entrepreneur, just about to launch your very first business website, or if you already have a website but are going through a much needed website overhaul and redesign, I'd like to leave you with this very important piece of advice. A mistake that I see many entrepreneurs do over and over again. That is focusing on the visual aspects of your website design before mapping out your website structure and information flow. This process is known as setting up your website architecture. And even though it sounds like a really complicated thing, you can actually do it in three easy steps. 1:16 Step one begins with researching your keywords. Now, every month, your target customers are typing in keywords into search engines. These are keywords that they're using to find the products and services that you provide online. So you can figure out what these keywords are by using any number of keyword research tools, the most popular one being the free Google Adwords Keyword Planner. So I recommend that you begin a brainstorming process using the Keyword Planner Tool or another keyword research tool of your choice, and begin researching the keywords that are most relevant to your products and services that have the highest monthly search volume each month. 2:09 Step two involves scrubbing your keyword research list. So, in step one you researched a bunch of keywords related to your industry. Now you want to start weeding out the ones that are not as relevant to your business. There might be associated keywords that are not quite related to what you do. There might be keywords that don't have enough search volume. So the goal is to identify the most relevant keywords that have the highest monthly search volume, and then start to group those keywords into their respective product categories. So lets say you have a e-commerce store and you sell organic cotton women's clothing. So some of the obvious keyword categories would be dresses, shirts, pants and possibly accessories like shoes or handbags. In any case, as you go through this process it will start becoming obvious to you. So you want to gather the most relevant keywords and organize them by categories and even subcategories if that's relevant to your business. 3:23 Step three, you want to build out your site map. Now this process is actually easier than it sounds. You can build out your site map in Excel. You can use Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, or a flowchart software program. But essentially, if you've gone through the process of organizing your keywords into categories and subcategories then mapping this out in your site map should be fairly straightforward. 3:50 A site map is essentially a hierarchical representation of your website with all its levels and pages. And if you've gone through the categorization process, then it should be fairly straightforward. From there you'll hand over your site map to your web developer. Your web developer will then take that information and create wire frames. Now wire frames are essentially a linear representation of your website pages. You might have wireframes for your homepage, for your product pages, your category pages, your blog post pages. You will review these wireframes with your developer and come to an agreement as to how your layout ought to be presented and from there your wire frames will go to your website designer, who will then focus on the visual, graphical representation of your website pages, including the colors, the fonts, pretty pictures, etcetera. Your web designer will then create these pages typically in Photoshop as a .psd file. The .psd files will then go to your web developer who will integrate them with your website. SHARE THIS VIDEO http://youtu.be/Oz6F27FD39A SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lornalitv Lorna Li Internet Marketing for Changemakers Join the Movement of Changemaking Entrepreneurs http://ow.ly/tCcbR Related Search Terms: Website Architecture Wireframes Website development workflow Website developer Web developer Web designer Website designer Web development Web design
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