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Deconstruction architecture plan

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floor plans. Don't really like the random layout but do like the concept of using the negative space between individual spaces.

Completed in 2010 in Karuizawa, Japan. Images by Iwan Baan . Designed by Koji Tsutsui Architect & Associates the InBetween House is a collection of small mountain cottages situated amongst Japanese larch...

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The Imperial War Museum North (IWMN) in Manchester, England, tells the story of how war has affected the lives of British and the Commonwealth citizens since 1914. The design concept is a globe shattered into fragments and then reassembled. The interlocking of three of these fragments—representing earth, air, and water—comprise the building’s form. The Earth Shard forms the museum space, signifying the open, earthly realm of conflict and war; the Air Shard serves as a dramatic entry into the…

Daniel Johnson, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2012  Core Deisgn II: “Miami Live/Work Residence” - Spring 2009, Prof. Cecilia Guardia

Daniel Johnson, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2012 Core Deisgn II: "Miami Live/Work Residence" - Spring 2009, Prof. Cecilia Guardia Plans

"The architect that creates the most expressive ambiguity between the architectural plan and the map seems to be Enric Miralles (1955-2000)." (...) "One might even argue that his built architecture is paradoxically serving the plan rather than the usual opposite". (...) "Following this...

"The architect that creates the most expressive ambiguity between the architectural plan and the map seems to be Enric Miralles (1955-2000)." (...) "One might even argue that his built architecture is paradoxically serving the plan rather than the usual opposite". (...) "Following this...