Archivo de la etiqueta: Bernard Tschumi

Hadid, Gehry, and Others Fight to Save Helmut Richter’s Modernist Masterpiece

The Science Secondary School in Kinkplatz, Vienna is the work of late Modernist architect Helmut Richter. Considered to be his most iconic and enduring work, Richter’s school is now faced with partial demolition to make way for a conversion of the building’s… Sigue leyendo

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Bernard Tschumi On His Education, Work and Writings

In this extended interview between Bernard Tschumi and The Architectural Review’s… Paul Finch, the pre-eminent Swiss-born architect discusses his education, writing, design and wider critical position. Speaking candidly, Tschumi explains how a visit to Chicago when he was seventeen years old sparked a Sigue leyendo

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Vive la France: A Round-Up of French AD Classics

In honor of Bastille Day, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite AD Classics… built in France. From Bernard Tschumi‘s Parc de la Villette to our most popular classic project, Le Corbusier‘s Villa Savoye, take a moment to revisit these renowned Sigue leyendo

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Maintenant – Bernard Tschumi at the Pompidou Centre

Completed in 2010, Bernard Tschumi's bridge in La Roche-sur-Yon, France, links the historic town with new neighbourhoods

Among the numerous signs that one’s status as a grandee of architecture has been secured is having a big survey exhibition at Paris’s Pompidou Centre. Architonic uses the current Bernard Tschumi retrospective as an opportunity to reflect on the Swiss architect’s innovative and diverse projects. (by Klaus Leuschel)   read this article in full on […]
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On View> Chicago’s Graham Foundation Presents “Everything Loose Will Land”

Everything Loose Will Land Graham Foundation 4 West Burton Place, Chicago Through July 26 Everything Loose Will Land explores the intersection of art and architecture in Los Angeles during the 1970s. The show’s title refers to a Frank Lloyd Wright quote that if you “tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land […]
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ArchDaily Editors Select 20 Amazing 21st Century Museums

In honor of International Museum Day we’ve collected twenty fascinating museums well worth visiting again. In this round up you’ll find classics – such as Bernard Tschumi Architects‘ New Acropolis Museum and Zaha Hadid Architects‘ MAXXI Museum -… as well as Sigue leyendo

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Bernard Tschumi’s First Project in Italy Blocked, Future Remains Uncertain

Bernard Tschumi’s first project in Italy appears to be on hold—if it is not dead altogether. The regional Superintendence for Architecture and Landscape Heritage has blocked plans for the architect’s cultural center, called “ANIMA”, which was scheduled to open in Grottammare in 2017. The announcement about the plan’s fate was made the same day a retrospective […]
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A Country of Cities: A Manifesto for an Urban America

Last monday, Columbia University’s Avery Hall was buzzing.
The Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation and Planning (GSAPP) hosted a highly attended event that welcomed respected academics and professionals from architecture and real estate to what the dean, Mark Wigley, warned… Sigue leyendo

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