This post is inspired by a presentation given today in the design studio by lecturer Gihan. It was a light lecture just focusing on projects and existing buildings which may inspire us within our current projects or just as out thoughts as designers.
First we looked at Archigram…
Archigram was an Avant-garde architectural group which came around in the 1960’s in London. The group was neofuturistic, anti-heroic and pre-consumerist movement, drawing inspiration from technology to create a new reality which was completely hypothetical.
- Cedric Price – Interaction centre, Kentish Town
- Sou Fujimoto – final wooden house – Milan 2016 “only light”
- Diller & Sofido – The blur building – The art of scent 1889 – 2012
- The cineroleum- petrol station into a cinema
- Tree hotel in Harads
- Sleepbox: Dubai Airport
- The suitcase house
- Steven Hall