Craig Ellwood, Weekend House Project, 1964.
"One of the exciting things about architecture, is that it gives you so many reasons to be modest because there are so many levels on which you can fail"

-Rem Koolhaas

Loft Series

TriBeCa, New York / 2010

A+I Architecture, pc / Price/Sheetz Residence

Source: aplusi.com

Loft Series

Barcelona, Spain 

Originally a textile workshop. The dining space features the classic Eames Rectangular Table. 

Source: shoot115.com

Loft Series

Budapest, Hungary / 2008

Loft in Attic 'Riverloft' Apartments

Source: trendland.com

Loft Series

TriBeCa, New York / 2001

Studio Rivelli Architects / 144 Duane St

Beyond Spectacular.

Source: onekindesign.com

Loft Series
TriBeCa, New York / 2001
Studio Rivelli Architects / 144 Duane St
The original building was built in 1862, and after the renovation, the 23,500 square-foot apartment was valued at $43 Million.

Loft Series

West Soho, New York / 2006

Archi-Tectonics / Schein Loft

Here the code was re-coded; the two rules were followed and the mathematical tool of inflection was introduced to provide a system that would “equalize” the façade, and create a ‘glass waterfall’

Source: archi-tectonics.com

"First they ignore you,
then they laugh at you,
then they fight you,
then you win."


-Mahatma Gandhi

Existential Love and Math by Lauren Derobert & Edward Frenkel

Love and math do not often come hand in hand. This event brings together 
these two concepts, to reveal a side of math we seldom see, one that is 
suffused with the beauty of a work of art. Renowned mathematician Edward Frenkel and groundbreaking artist Laurent Derobert contemplate the passion, emotion, and infinite possibilities of mathematics. The presentations, followed by a discussion moderated by internationally acclaimed artist Peter Coffin, are bound to change your perception of math—and possibly of love as well.

Source: MoMA PS1

Watch: http://vimeo.com/15492339

laurel way beverly hills ©
I can’t wait to see you New York. 
Flatiron Building - New York City - New York - USA (von d.schaefer88)

Trix and Robert Haussmann 

The disruption of the form by the function.

Source: http://publicworksgallery.com/observations/2014/03/trix-robert-haussmann/

Discovered:
Trix and Robert Haussmann 
Since 1967, the couple has built an idiosyncratic oeuvre that has continuously challenged architectural, design and aesthetic conventions. In the 1960’s they began to elaborate a complex language that can be viewed as an early post-modern or Radical Design position. Throughout their fifty year long career they have explored many creative perspectives, such as poetry composed by chance, drawings, collages and texts.