Zaha Hadid and MAD architects ,what is your secret?


EliInbar's sketches 2013 - Zaha Hadid and MAD architects ,what is your secret?

?Eliinbar Sketches 2013 – Zaha Hadid and MAD architects ,what is your secret

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Sometimes you have to take a break and look around

This time I chose to observe my surroundings …. Tel Aviv

…. Oh what my eyes see

This is the short story of one of the known and most respected architects firms  in Israel

The story begins with a prestigious project designed by Yassky, Moore ,Sivan Architects in 2011 in Tel Aviv, the Inbal Or’s Arlozorov towers

Shown in the next image

Architectural firm Yassky, Moore ,Sivan Inbal Or's Project Arlozorov Towers Tel Aviv 2011

Architectural firm Yassky, Moore ,Sivan

Inbal Or’s Project Arlozorov Towers

Tel Aviv 2011

Three years before , Zaha Hadid designs the well-known Galaxy Soho 
in Beijing China 2009-2012, shown in the next image
Zaha Hadid and MAD architects ,what is your secret?
 
 
EliInbar's sketches 2013 - Zaha Hadid  Galaxy Soho
 
 

Note the dominant non-uniformity morphology of this buildings

 Both buildings look radically different but  share the same morphic language and the same envelopes strategy

Circumferential white rings, and between them, windows of the same size and shape

Also note the unique corved connection between the two wings.They are identical in both buildings. You can identify them at the bottom and the top .They strengthen the feeling of the continuous flowing of the main volumes

How is it ,that the best architects, choose to be inspired , especially from the morphic aspect of  existing buildings, and give up the most important principle to architect , to plan in response to the close environment in which they build

Whether the respected architect decided to be inspired from an existing building , how he deals with the natural need to adapt the building to its surroundings

And finally ,how it happens that those architects are highly respected by their colleagues and their clients

The answer is simple….they are getting  inspired from existing buildings, but in a conscious way….this is the big secret

Now you can ask….how can we learn to get inspired consciously? ….this is another story

Answer to this question you can find in my previous posts , here are some examples

Andy Warhol, What do you think about the “Conscious Inspiration Method

https://archidialog.com/2013/02/03/

 

Le Corbusier, Frank Gehry ,Rem Koolhaas, Herzog De Meuron and MVRDV, ….The Only one that can “put them” together in one building is the“Conscious Inspiration Method”

https://archidialog.com/2012/09/30/

 

Conscious Inspiration   the ultimate inspiration methodology

https://archidialog.com/2011/02/04/

  

The story is not over yet …. Two years later

The respected architectural firm plans another project for Inbal Or

These buildings are compared to no less than the Sydney Opera House and the Hotel Burj Al Arab in Dubai

You are invited to watch the following video showing the project

For you to judge
 
 

The next image is the Inbal Or’s Project in Bavli neighborhood ,Tel Aviv

Designed by Yassky, Moore ,Sivan Architectural firm in 2013

the Inbal Or's Project in Bavli neighborhood ,Tel Aviv Designed by Yassky, Moore ,Sivan Architectural firm in 2013
 
Three years before MAD Architects design the Absolute Towers

 2010  Residential condominiums in Mississauga, Ontario

shown in the next image

Absolute Towers Residential condominiums in Mississauga, Ontario designed by MAD Architects in  2010
EliInbar's sketches 2013 - MAD Architects Absolute Towers
 

Note the dominant non-uniformity morphology of the

buildings

Both buildings look radically different but  share the same morphic language and the same envelopes strategy

circumferential white rings, and between them windows of the same size and shape

Check the   NEW  CONSCIOUS  INSPIRATION  PAGE

in my Facebook

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Thank you all
    enjoy….

  Eliinbar

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