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Chunking down. Step 2

Doing the exercise, I learnt the wireframe approach for creating glass surfaces in the project of The Harbin Opera House. The approach is illustrated with a part of the first floor of the building. Some parts of loft planes are still not joint because I haven’t figured out how to join the segments in oneContinue reading Chunking down. Step 2

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Harbin Opera House: the keys for approaching the model

3 / Case study for the digital model / Project info: MAD Architects, Harbin, Beijing, 2014Keywords: shape, wireframe, discretization We envision Harbin Opera House as a cultural center of the future – a tremendous performance venue, as well as a dramatic public space that embodies the integration of human, art and the city identity, whileContinue reading “Harbin Opera House: the keys for approaching the model”

Soumaya museum: shape, wireframe, discretization

2 / The keys for approaching the model / Project info: Mexico City, Mexico, FR-EE Fernando Romero Enterprise, 2011 The Soumaya Museum was opened to the public on March 29, 2011. It has become an architectural icon in the heart of Mexico City and plays a key role in the transformation of the urban perception.Continue reading “Soumaya museum: shape, wireframe, discretization”

The architecture by Sou Fujimoto: displacement, discretization, maths

1 / My favorite architecture / The architectural approach by Sou Fujimoto can be determined as a “primitive future”. For me, his architecture is a poetic interpretation of nature in terms of not shapes but spatial and visual feelings and its relationship with people. It engages in a quiet dialogue with nature, without trying toContinue reading “The architecture by Sou Fujimoto: displacement, discretization, maths”