Herein lies the rationale for choosing Zaha Hadid as the focus of the paper; she pushed the boundaries of architecture, causing a shift toward a brief yet glorious moment of Neofuturism.
It seems appropriate to begin with a brief overview of each of the architects to compare their approaches and reasons. For Kiesler, a building is like a human body: "a living organism with the reactivity [...]
The main theory of this book and Tschumi's entire career is the Architectural Paradox."The statement highlights the dialectic relationship between architectural theory and architectural practice, in much the same way as the central dialectic between [...]
Giotto used the significant shade and light, significant line, the significant gesture, and the significant look up or down, to convey an absolute sense of motion in his work such as Paduan frescoes of the [...]
Reflectively, the Vienna born Harry Seidler is regarded as one of the finest architectures in Australia with long and successful career in residential, commercial, and public building design.
It is through his remarkable designs that he received his nickname, Le Corbusier that was a rather annoying resemblance to his ancestor.
In the article Louis Sullivan: Growth of the Idea, Boudreaux puts forward the assumption that ornament was the chief characteristic of the building defining its function and practical usage.
Being involved in the ethnic and cultural tendencies of building, Wright pays attention to functional elements of architecture and attempts to create a multifunctional space where all parts of a construction are united in one [...]
Sugimito's house is an old building constructed in the year 1743 under the ownership of the Sugimoto family; today, the Sugimoto house situated in Kyoto town has been reconstructed in a strategy to preserve the [...]
Looking at the building designed by Frank Wright it is possible to predict that the interior design of the building is full of space and light.