SANAA and 100 Conscious Inspiration projects, in 200 days

eliinbar's sketchbook 2013 – SANAA and the 100 Conscious Inspiration projects in 200 days

from  Eliinbar’s Sketchbook 2013 – SANAA and the 100 Conscious Inspiration projects in 200 days

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Today’s post presents for the third time, my New “Conscious Inspiration” project…. 100 Conscious projects in 200 days

In the following 200 days I will present 100 projects that are published  in ARCHDAILY ,the world’s most visited architecture website.

Followers of  SOMEONE  HAS  BUILT IT BEFORE will judge it , from this  point of view

Are the buildings published in ARCHDAILY,designed according to the principals of Conscious Inspiration

Or maybe by accident, they are the victims of the Copy Paste syndrome

Obviously, I will contribute by adding my input

What do you think?….We will find more of the “Conscious Inspiration” designs or “Copy Paste”  designs

?What we will learn from this project

And my last crop. is here for you to judge

The next building was published in ARCHDAILY in 6 april 2013

This is the Maranello Library desingnd by Andrea Maffei Architects in 2011

Andrea Maffei Architects Maranello Library 2011

Andrea Maffei Architects

Maranello Library 2011

And this is SANAA‘s Onishi Public Hall from 2005

Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa =SANAA Architects Onishi Public Hall', Japan,  2005

Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa =SANAA Architects

Onishi Public Hall

Japan 2005

Once again ,this is the Maranello Library designed by Andrea Maffei Architects in 2011

Andrea Maffei Architects Maranello Library 2011

Andrea Maffei Architects

Maranello Library 2011

And this  is SANAA‘s serpentine gallery pavilion from 2009

SANAA  Architects serpentine gallery pavilion 2009

SANAA  Architects

serpentine gallery pavilion 2009

From eliinbar's sketchbook 2013 – SANAA and the 100 Conscious Inspiration projects in 200 days

From  Eliinbar’s Sketchbook 2013 – SANAA and the 100 Conscious Inspiration projects in 200 days

Note the prominent design choice of Andrea Maffei Architects

Transparent building envelope but basically sealed

Massive use of rounded forms ,and thin columns

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