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Richard Meier - The problem with organic architecture (11/36)
Born in 1934, the prominent American architect Richard Meier is best known for the Getty Centre in Los Angeles. In all his work he refuses to bend to the trends of modern architecture. He has won many awards including the Pritzker Prize for Architecture, considered the field's highest honor. [Listener: Massimo Vignelli] TRANSCRIPT: Architecture is about making of space. It’s about how you show what... how you create places that people move through and live in, and work in and exist in. And going back to the early work and in some ways, my parents' house was very much influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright. I’d been to Fallingwater, you know, the most extraordinary building in the world. I mean, it was nothing like it and Frank Lloyd... and Frank Lloyd Wright... as a student I’d read everything that he’d ever written and you know, you become enamoured with Wright, no matter. You can’t help it. And when I did my parents' house, I had brick walls which began in the living room and then extended out into the garden. It seemed to me that this was in keeping with Wright’s notion of the extension of space, you know, from interior to exterior. And the walls would then become garden walls and the interior walls would become elements which defined the living room, a dining room and bedroom spaces. Each space then opened out to a garden... these walls and when the house was all finished, I looked at it and you know, I liked it but I said, you know, interior is different from exterior. The minute you put up a glass membrane that wall, which is on the inside, doesn’t weather and that wall which is on the outside does weather. You know, moss grows on the brick. It changes color slightly. The outside is not the same as the inside and this notion of organic architecture although it sounds wonderful, is wrong. It can work in certain climates, you know, perhaps in Southern California but in the Northeast, you have to protect the materials. The wood, which you cut down and use as a building material is no longer organic, the tree is dead. You have to protect that wood. You can protect it by staining it or by painting it, so after that I said, you know, architecture is manmade. That which is organic is around us, the changing light of the day, the trees, the... that’s organic, so there’s a relationship between what’s manmade and what’s organic. And as an architect, I can only deal with that which is manmade and therefore the painting of white to show that it’s manmade, the articulation of space. The whiteness in the way it shows the difference between opacity and transparency, between planar surfaces and linear surfaces are all part of, sort of, the philosophy that began, say, with the Smith house and then developed over the years.
Trabeation | Why Buildings Look Like They Do, pt.5 - Organic
An organic approach to design was also fundamental to the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright worked for Adler and Sullivan for five years, and during that time closely with Sullivan. While Sullivan’s work included organic detail Wright took the approach further. Some of his work leaned on organic form while other projects express a kind of organic likeness to the surroundings. We see this in his Prairie School designs. However his most famous project to accomplish an almost complete organic synthesis is a residence he designed for the Kaufmann family called Fallingwater. Frank Lloyd Wright worked for Louis Sullivan who worked for Frank Furness. Furness was a prolific architect whose buildings were idiosyncratic, to say the least. He was talented and unusual and his buildings took the Victorian style, popular at the time, in a fanciful new direction. He was also clearly impressed and influenced by Gothic Revival work of the earlier century. Furness manipulates form and scale to the point that it distorts the architecture. His buildings reflect his inventive, aesthetic flair. Frank Furness was an american architect who pushed the boundaries of style. Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, on the other hand, created his own. Like Furness, Gaudi’s work was idiosyncratic. Particularly his church Sagrada Familia, begun in 1882 and still under construction. The natural world influenced the forms of this church and other churches inspired its layout. The idea was to use traditional organization and elements as a framework for the fantastic.
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Organic architecture
A short film on Architect Joseph Allen Stein and his organic style of architecture.
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Was Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural vision sustainable?
In this Our Changing Climate environmental video essay, I look at Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings through his sustainable and green architecture in his designs for Fallingwater and Usonian homes. Specifically, I dig into his ideas of organic architecture, Usonia, and Broadacre City, and look at buildings like Fallingwater in order to come to grips with the balance Frank Lloyd Wright strikes between a love for nature (and green living) and a desire for embracing new technologies. Avery Trufelman's 99% Invisible Usonian Podcast: https://99percentinvisible.org/episode/usonia-1/ The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation: http://franklloydwright.org/ Help me make more videos like this via Patreon: http://bit.ly/2iz4lIV Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurClimateNow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/occvideos/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/occ.climate/ Email: [email protected] ____________ Resources: 1. Rethinking Frank Lloyd Wright in the 21st Century: http://edgeeffects.net/frank-lloyd-wright/ 2. Was Frank Lloyd Wright's Vision Sustainable: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/artinfo/was-frank-lloyd-wrights-v_b_836806.html 3. How Today’s Designers are Influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright’s Principles: https://design-milk.com/how-todays-designers-are-influenced-by-frank-lloyd-wrights-principles/ 4. Revisiting Frank Lloyd Wright’s Vision for “Broadacre City”: http://franklloydwright.org/revisiting-frank-lloyd-wrights-vision-broadacre-city/ ___________ Music: Out of the Skies Under the Earth by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/ Cast of Pods by Doug Maxwell #franklloydwright #environmentalarchitecture #ourchangingclimate
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Introduction to Frank Lloyd Wright
A brief documentary about Frank Lloyd Wright, the best american architect of all time. Done by Taylor's University Bachelor of Science (Hons) Architecture students.
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Trabeation | Why Buildings Look Like They Do, pt.6 - Structure
The architect has adorned buildings with representations of the natural world from the beginning. And technology has further given us the ability to make architecture take on organic form. Frank Lloyd Wright made columns look like lily pads and a gallery look like a shell. Le Corbusier made concrete buildings that use organic form to create seemingly impossible compositions. Oscar Niemeyer went to the future with curvilinear structures that look less like buildings and more like something that landed there. Eero Saarinen created dynamic expressive structures that evoke thoughts of wings or flight. Calatrava has taken all that came before him to soaring new levels. And Zaha Hadid’s office has repeatedly been ahead of its time with energetic, curvilinear structures that always surprise. Our built environment looks and functions the way it does because people push limits. Over 30,000 died from disease and accidents building the Panama Canal. Almost one hundred died making the Hoover Dam. Five workers died building the Empire State Building and a talented engineer named John Augustus Roebling died during the construction of his Brooklyn Bridge. The arch first appeared in Mesopotamia but the Romans made it famous. The arch is used to span a particular distance while providing an opening plus load-bearing capacity. Trabeated construction does the same and likely came first, but the arch does a few things better. A beam is weakest at the middle, but no point of the arch is weaker than any other. The arch can also span wider distances than a beam and potentially creates larger, more dramatic space below. But this comes at a price. It takes time to build an arch and it’s expensive to build large ones. Arches come in a wide variety of shapes and have been employed through history to create endless variations on form and space. The Romans used the arch for aqueducts and architecture. And we use it for much the same. Whether it was H.H. Richardson in Boston, Eero Saarinen in St. Louis or Calatrava in Spain.
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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.
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Anti-Architecture & Deconstructivism
Deconstructivism is a Postmodern architectural style characterised by the idea of fragmentation and the manipulation of a structure’s surface. Buildings adopting the style are often formed of components that have been disassembled and reassembled in a new and unorthodox way, giving the impression of a chaotic design devoid of precise logic.
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What is Modernist Architecture? (PECHA-KUCHA PRESENTATION)
What does Modernism look like in today's residential and commercial architecture? - "Pecha-Kucha" style presentation (exactly 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. *Note: This was made as a school project during my sophomore year of high school.
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Steven Holl Interview: Spaces Like Music
“The soul has more need for the ideal than the real,” says American architect Steven Holl, who here shares his organic approach to creating architecture that can potentially change people’s lives. Architecture ”begins with a site and a circumstance, a situation and a programme” according to Holl. Therefore it should be reinvented for every situation instead of simply aiming for a signature style. Holl’s focus is thus on the place rather than on the need to strengthen a given brand, which seems prevalent in modern society. The organic relation between everything, the intertwining of every element and material, including the light, is an important part of how Holl creates his architectural designs. “Architecture is about shaping space”, states Holl, and the experience of the architectural space should be pure and free of the conceptual strategies behind it – just as when you experience and appreciate music. “The soul has more need for the ideal than the real,” he continues, explaining how it can be of utmost importance to break the rules and mentioning Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark as an example of how this can be done successfully and exceptionally. Steven Holl (born 1947) is an American architect and watercolourist, who is world-renowned for his designs for e.g. the 2003 Simmons Hall at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts; the 2007 Bloch Building addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri and the 2009 Linked Hybrid Complex in Beijing, China. Holl is the founder of Steven Holl Architects and also a tenured faculty member at Columbia University where he has taught since 1981. In 2001 Time Magazine named him America’s Best Architect, for ’buildings that satisfy the spirit as well as the eye’. He has been awarded the Praemium Imperiale Award (2014), the 2012 AIA Gold Medal, the 2010 Jencks Awards of the RIBA and the Alvar Aalto Medal (1998) among many others. Steven Holl was interviewed by Jesper Bundgaard/Out of Sync in New York in 2014. Camera and edit: Per Henriksen Produced by: Out of Sync and Christian Lund Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014 Supported by Nordea-fonden
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House Tour in Bali
Only just a few videos left from my Bali series! In this video, we have moved to the Villa Alamanda. I show you around this beautiful and unique spot. We are here for 2 days. This video is in collaboration with Elite Havens, and it really captures some of the peaceful places in Bali. Hope you love this video! http://www.elitehavens.com Order your signed copies of my book here: http://www.fullyraw.com/signed-book-sale/. Subscribe to My YouTube Channel here at http://www.instagram.com/fullyrawkristina and follow my Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/fullyrawkristina. Snapchat: fullyraw. Thank you for all your love and support! I appreciate you all so much! Delicious Raw Food & Vegan Recipes on my Website: http://www.fullyraw.com Want to keep up with me daily? ❤ Co-op: http://www.rawfullyorganic.com ❤ FullyRaw: http://www.fullyraw.com ❤ FullyRaw You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/fullyrawkristina ❤ FullyRaw Kristina Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/fullyrawkristina ❤ Kristina's Bio: http://fullyraw.com/about/about-me ❤ Kristina's Blog: http://www.rawfullyorganic.com/blog ❤ ROC Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rawfullyorganic ❤ Rawfully Organic Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/rawfullyorganic ❤ FullyRaw Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fullyraw
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How to design like an architect | A modern home
A follow up to Doug's first How to design like an architect video and his Design a Dream Home video series. More about the design methodology Doug teaches at the Architect's Academy, click here: http://academy.howtoarchitect.com/ See much more about this house at the Design A Dream Home video series playlist, click here: http://www.youtube.com/course?list=EC7BEC34488724C7EE
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CLEAN LINES, OPEN SPACES: A VIEW OF MID-CENTURY MODERN ARCHITECTURE international-style architecture; A Utopian Ideal Modern architecture or modernist architecture is a term applied to an overarching movement, with its exact definition and scope varying widely.[1] The term is often applied to modernist movements at the turn of the 20th century, with efforts to reconcile the principles underlying architectural design with rapid technological advancement and the modernization of society. It would take the form of numerous movements, schools of design, and architectural styles, some in tension with one another, and often equally defying such classification.[1] The term Modern architecture may be used to differentiate from Classical architecture following Vitruvian ideals, while it is also applied to various contemporary architecture styles such as Postmodern, High-tech or even New Classical, depending on the context. In art history, the revolutionary and neoclassical styles that evolved around 1800 are also called modern. The concept of modernism is a central theme in the efforts of 20th century modern architecture. Gaining global popularity especially after the Second World War, architectural modernism was adopted by many architects and architectural educators, and continued as a dominant architectural style for institutional and corporate buildings into the 21st century. Modernism eventually generated reactions, most notably Postmodernism which sought to preserve pre-modern elements, while "Neo-modernism" has emerged as a reaction to Post-modernism. Notable architects important to the history and development of the modernist movement include Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Erich Mendelsohn, Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, Gerrit Rietveld, Bruno Taut, Arne Jacobsen, Oscar Niemeyer and Alvar Aalto. Common themes of modern architecture include: the notion that "Form follows function", a dictum originally expressed by Frank Lloyd Wright's early mentor Louis Sullivan, meaning that the result of design should derive directly from its purpose simplicity and clarity of forms and elimination of "unnecessary detail" materials at 90 degrees to each other visual expression of structure (as opposed to the hiding of structural elements) the related concept of "Truth to materials", meaning that the true nature or natural appearance of a material ought to be seen rather than concealed or altered to represent something else use of industrially-produced materials; adoption of the machine aesthetic particularly in International Style modernism, a visual emphasis on horizontal and vertical lines
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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
Interior Design – This Modern Home Is A Lesson In Minimalist Living
Architect Gillian Green took a pared-back approach when designing this home. See how she transformed a dark and dated space into a modern home with a reduced palette that still feels warm and inviting. Gillian opened up the main floor to create a layout that lets the natural light flood in, brightening the clean-lined interior. Concrete floors provide depth and movement, while white oak wood cabinets further the warmth. The kitchen is storage-heavy with a large island where people can gather. A large piece of limestone with stacked logs acts as art in the living room, while black and steel finishes maintain the sleek aesthetic.
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Dennis Domer - Frank Lloyd Wright's Search for Organic Simplicity - October 11, 2012
Scholar Dennis Domer examines architect Frank Lloyd Wright's revolutionary and wholly integrated approach to interior design.
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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.
Fallingwater 3D House by Frank Lloyd Wright
Fallingwater House 3D. The house designed by #American architect Frank Lloyd #Wright for Edgar Kaufmann in southwestern #Pennsylvania, hangs over a #waterfall using the architectural device known as the cantilever. Wright described his architectural style as "organic"--in harmony with nature, and though #Fallingwater reveals vocabulary drawn from the International style in certain aspects, this country house exhibits so many features typical of Wright's natural style, the house very much engaged with its surroundings. © Sjon Velzeboer
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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/
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Organic And Contemporary Rustic Residential Architecture
Located at 1151 Crenshaw Road, Eugene, Oregon, USA, this rustic property looks very charming and earthiness. Exterior style which mainly made of wood and steel, prove that the modern day and organic design and style can combine to kind a really unique atmosphere but pretty. On the outdoors there are 3 unique deck or patio which equipped with external lounge. From there you are free to take pleasure in the lovely green jungle scenery boundless. Read more http://www.decorationtrend.com/interior-design/organic-and-contemporary-rustic-residential-architecture-in-oregon-countryside/ Source : http://www.decorationtrend.com/
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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
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Top 10 Architecture Styles
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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 -
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Usonian Organic Architecture by George Malcom Beal - Lawrence Modern
Usonian Organic Architecture by George Malcom Beal Lawrence Modern Video Direction: Lisa Purdon “Prairie Blues” by Seger Ellis, 1925 For more information about the Beal home & other midcentury architecture in Lawrence KS: http://lawrencemodern.com/about/ http://lawrencemodern.com/bakers-dozen/university-place/ Lawrence Modern Our mission is to raise awareness of midcentury & modern architecture in Lawrence, Kansas, to promote its preservation to ensure that future generations of Lawrencians will have significant examples to appreciate and/or to live in.
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Zaha Hadid Style Staircase in Revit Tutorial
Get all of my Revit Project Files and Bonus tutorials: https://www.patreon.com/balkanarchitect Subscribe for more! Please Like this Tutorial! Follow me on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mr.balkanarchitect/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Balkan-Architect-278024016289562/?modal=admin_todo_tour Twitter: https://twitter.com/ArchitectBalkan Additional Tags: stair case, stair, stairs, zaha, hadid, warped, twisted, architecture, family, Structural, Beam, Column, Beam System, Light, family, family editor, street light, Revit, Architecture, House, Reference Plane, Detail Line, Floor,, BIM, Building Information Modeling. Building, Roof, Roof by element, Roof by extrusion, How to model a roof in revit, Revit City, Revit 2018, Revit Turorials, Revit 2017, Revit Autodesk, Revit Architecture 2017, Revit Array, Render, AutoCAD, How to model in Revit, learn Revit, Revit Biginner tutorial, Revit tutorial for Beginner, Revit MEP, Revit Structure
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Japan's Organic Architecture
The sustainable development of green architecture in Japan For more architectural videos please subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrOuf1MBANp_-R6PJOCv6Q and like our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/architecturerecords https://twitter.com/ArchiRecords Thanks for watching
This video is based on ORGANIC ARCHITECTURE. it describes one of the amazing creation of MR. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT namely- TALIESIN WEST.
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Organic Architecture Modeling - Lesson 02 - Part01 - Arts Center
الدرس الثاني من السلسلة التعليمية التي تعتبر من أهم و أقوي السلاسل التعليمية في عالم الإظهار المعماري وفيها سنتعرض لبناء المباني المعقدة مثل أعمال الـ Architecture Organic Modeling و تصميمات الـ Digital Architecture وتم الإستعانة بالعديد من الأمثلة المميزة لمصممين كبار ومن خلال هذه السلسلة التعليمية سنتعلم العديد والعديد من التقنيات الإحترافية للبناء المعماري في هذا المجال النادر للمزيد من المعلومات .. http://www.al-rebat.com/arabic/LessonSeries.aspx?LessonSeriesid=26 مع الأستاذ/ إيهاب منير تقديم مركز الرباط للجرافيك - www.al-rebat.com - 00201000151001 Autodesk Authorized Training Center - ATC Autodesk Authorized Certification Center - ACC -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- مركز الرباط للجرافيك هو مركز تعليمي معتمد من شركة أوتوديسك متخصص في مجال الجرافيك .. فلا يقدم في المركز سوي الدورات التعليمية التخصصية في مجالات الجرافيك كما يقدم المركز إنتاج المشاريع المتكاملة وخدمات متعددة في العديد من مجالات الجرافيك
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TEDxIIMRanchi - Mahesh Naik - Organic Architecture
An architect whose projects are based on Organic Architecture , which believes in creating structures that grow from nature and blend with it. All his projects, display skilled craftsmanship and structural ingenuity. Red Mars, Naik's first project, was featured in the Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture and was nominated for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2007. 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)
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Geometric and Organic Shapes in Architecture | ArtQuest | NPT
Architect Mary Roskilly teaches Joseph the difference between GEOMETRIC and ORGANIC shapes.
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organic architecture-the gunning house
this is for a project in my geometry art and architecture class
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Competition is/as Architecture, S AM Basel 2012, Organic Architecture, video 3
The short film was presented at the Swiss Architecture Museum Basel between October 18 and 20 2012 by Vilmos Katona at the exhibition titled "Competition is/as Architecture" together with other participants of the Justarchitecture? move. More at: www.justarchitecture.ch As a result of the course of Organic Architecture at BUTE Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary we can get familiar with the trend of organic and sustainable architecture from a different point of view. During a semester we create a complete architectural design to accomplish the course. At the end, after an open discussion, the best plan is selected by the group to be built during the summer camp. This voting process provides us information about the abilities and designs of the others. We make realistic considerations about ourselves, so that good quality could be recognized. The building camps in Sárospatak, Devecser and Kolontár provide us the opportunity for getting initiated into the world of rough materials and organic structures. They help us to realise plans. We taste construction, the greatness of a small replica of the great creation. Professional experience and individual development are earnest goals of the camps, but we share the experience of collaboration as well. We are used to the 'miracles' of the construction sites, where not merely physical buildings, but communities, friends, and even future are created. If only for a little while, we can share the daily life of the community we are working with. They have been giving us an incredible amount of energy and love.
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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.
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Organic Architecture, Fractals, and Ball Pits!
A fun look at organic architecture set against the backdrop of lush ocean cliffs, vibrant ball pits, and fractal trees. Organic architecture was a style of modern architecture lead by the great Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 20th century. Taking a closer look into the hidden geometry of nature, we find that organic architecture may have greatly benefited from the study of fractals such as the fibonacci sequence and golden section, as these irregular geometries are found throughout all of nature. Looking into contemporary examples, the ambitious architecture of Eugene Tsui is then described, which directly takes forms from nature, such as fibonacci spirals, and applies them to create designs that are theoretically impervious to earthquakes, hurricanes, fire, and other natural forces and lateral loads.
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Louis Sullivan: A New Architecture for Chicago
This video about architect Louis Sullivan's impact on Chicago was created for the installation "Past Forward: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute." Now on view: http://www.artic.edu/exhibition/past-forward-architecture-and-design-art-institute
The Sims 4 Residential Lot - Time-lapse Video - Rosenborne
The house was designed by architect Charles Duncan, a prominent modernist architect and leading exponent of the ”organic” style, in Melbourne during the 1960s. Many of his ideas were influenced by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. https://www.romerjon17productions.com/residenti…/rosenborne/ Reference | Mid-Century Architecture Domestic Music | Sappheiros - Lights RomerJon17 Productions ©2018 Ansett4Sims is a subsidiary of RomerJon17 Productions
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Architect Mahesh Naik's Organic Farmhouse Red Mars Architecture in India
organic architecture, mahesh naik, farmhouse architecture, pooja bedi house architecture, famous architects, famouse architecture, organic farmhouse designer, indian organic architecture, more details visit http://www.farmhouseorganicarchitecture.com email: [email protected] mobile : +91 9833590162
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Wright - Fallingwater Organic architecture
Vídeo esquema Hº del Arte 2014 La Casa Kaufmann o La Casa de la Cascada
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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.
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Modeling BIG architects Spiral in Revit
Get this Revit File here: https://www.patreon.com/balkanarchitect Subscribe for more! Please Like this video! BIG Architects project: https://www.big.dk/#projects-apm La Maison des Fondenteors In this tutorial I explain how to model BIG Architects, La Maison des Fondenteors in Revit. You can learn how to draw Reference Planes, Detail Lines, Floors,Walls and how to modify sub elements for those floors to create a spiral. Additional Tags: Revit, Architecture, BIG Architects, Bjarke Ingels, Watch factory, Spiral, Reference Plane, Detail Line, Floor, Wall, modify sub elements, spiral, BIM, Building Information Modeling Revit City, Revit 2018, Revit Turorials, Revit 2017, Revit Autodesk, Revit Architecture 2017, Revit Array, Render, AutoCAD, How to model in Revit, learn Revit, Revit Biginner tutorial, Revit tutorial for Beginner, Revit MEP, Revit Structure,
Views: 64534 Balkan Architect
Architectural Design Process | Form, Orientation and Sunlight
Learn how you can use sunlight to locate, orient, shape, and inspire the details for your architectural design. In this video, I walk you through the design process for a project whose form, orientation, and details were all developed by carefully analyzing the solar path on the building site. In addition, I discuss: - how to read a solar chart (and where to download one) - what app I prefer to use for solar planning - passive heating and cooling - daylighting concepts - alternate ways to use the sun - solar aspect, solar noon, azimuth, and altitude - how to design for competing site agendas Resources mentioned: **White pen I'm using (affiliate): http://thirtybyforty.com/signo **Get it Right with Amelia Lee - The Undercover Architect** (podcast) https://undercoverarchitect.com/podcast/ **Solar charts** http://solardat.uoregon.edu/PolarSunChartProgram.html https://www.gaisma.com/ https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/@4957320 **Sunseeker app** https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sun-seeker/ // GEAR I USE // DRONE: *Mavic Pro by DJI: http://amzn.to/2hW3dTA DSLR CAMERA: * Canon 80D: http://amzn.to/2fBWGMQ LENSES: * Canon 24mm f2.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/29l7ac5 * Canon 40mm f2.8 Lens: http://amzn.to/29x2QcI * Canon 10 - 18mm f4.5 - 5.6 IS Lens: http://amzn.to/2vyErvS AUDIO: * Rode VideoMic Pro (hotshoe mtd.): http://amzn.to/29qlNM3 * ATR-2100 USB (dynamic mic): http://amzn.to/2dFDaKp ARCHITECTURE GEAR: * Prismacolor Markers: http://thirtybyforty.com/markers * Timelapse Camera: http://thirtybyforty.com/brinno * AutoCAD LT: http://amzn.to/2dxjMDH * SketchUp PRO: http://amzn.to/2cRcojz * HP T120 Plotter: http://amzn.to/2dBGf1O * Adobe CC Photography (Photoshop/Lightroom) Plan: http://amzn.to/2dhq5ap STARTUP TOOLKIT: * Architect + Entrepreneur Startup Toolkit: http://thirtybyforty.com/SPL -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Studio Joy Works (Rick Joy's New Book) - My Review" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZPhhiLaOhg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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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: 35245 Astrul BWC
Architect's simple dream home in AZ's saguaro cactus forest
When architect Michael P. Johnson prepared to design his wife’s dream home in the middle of a saguaro cactus forest outside of Phoenix, Arizona, his first thought was the desert. He first built a retaining wall so as only to disturb the earth directly beneath the home. He then lifted the home to lighten the footprint and take advantage of the special views. To fully appreciate the saguaro cactus- they grow up to 70 feet tall and may live over 150 years- that surround their home, the walls are mostly window. For temperature control, the north facing wall is mostly buried into the mountain and has the least windows. The windows at the east and west have long eaves and sunshades. The south wall is all window and in the wintertime the light hits the far wall and the cement acts as a heat sink to provide heating. Johnson is a professor at Taliesin West and like the school's founder Frank Lloyd Wright, Johnson believes in organic architecture, that a home should be in harmony with its environment. Michael P Johnson design studio: http://www.mpjstudio.com/ Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/architects-simple-dream-home-in-azs-saguaro-cactus-forest/
Views: 141610 Kirsten Dirksen

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