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Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas, Texas, USA | Morphosis | photography: iwan baan

The new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Victory Park will create a distinct identity for the Museum, enhance the institution’s prominence in Dallas and enrich the city’s evolving cultural fabric. Designed to engage a broad audience, invigorate young minds, and inspire wonder and curiosity in the daily lives of its visitors, the Museum will cultivate a memorable experience that will persist in the minds of its visitors and that will ultimately broaden individuals’ and society’s understanding of nature and science.
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contemplati0n:

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Carsten Nicolai - Syn Chron (2004)

Artist’s statement:

Syn Chron is an integral sculpture of light, sound and architecture. The translucent skin of the crystal-shaped body besides its function to define the spatial structure of the object additionally serves as an interface for a synchronized play of light and sound.

The object at the same time is a room for spatial experience, an acoustic resonance body, and a projection surface. the visitor is witness to an interplay of electronic sound – transmitted onto the surface of the crystal shape – and programmed laser beams that are visible both on the outside and the inside. 

Syn Chron hereby creates an synaesthetic experience: on the level of human perception space, light and sound blend into each other to form a holistic experience.”

conceptsketch:

HUNTER, RICE & ENGELBRECHT
ST. MARY’S CHURCH, WINNIPEG
in:ALFRED M. KEMPERDRAWINGS BY AMERICAN ARCHITECTS, 1973
conceptsketch:

HUNTER, RICE & ENGELBRECHT
ST. MARY’S CHURCH, WINNIPEG
in:ALFRED M. KEMPERDRAWINGS BY AMERICAN ARCHITECTS, 1973

conceptsketch:

HUNTER, RICE & ENGELBRECHT

ST. MARY’S CHURCH, WINNIPEG

in:
ALFRED M. KEMPER
DRAWINGS BY AMERICAN ARCHITECTS, 1973

cosascool:

Edgeland House by Bercy Chen Studio

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A Built History of Modernism - Geisel Library by Darren Bradley
cjwho:

A Built History of Modernism - Geisel Library by Darren Bradley

enochliew:

House in Urgnano by Matteo Casari Architetti

Concrete box rises off the ground, offering a striking contrast with glass and azure water of the swimming pool. 

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fabriciomora:

Production Hall for Vitra - SANAA 
fabriciomora:

Production Hall for Vitra - SANAA 

andredoceu:

Morphosis Architects

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