eliinbar’s Sketchbook 2011-The Bubble-Pebbles architecture trend
I make a short break in the series of posts on the “Ultimate Conscious Inspiration Architect”
There are clear signs that we are in the progress
of a new architectural trend.
I invite you to review two excellent posts (Urbain-trop-urbain) that describe the inspiration sources of the new “Bubble / Pebbles Architecture trend “
Here are some examples of recent projects, of the new “Bubble / Pebbles Architecture trend”:
MVRDV‘s New Animation Museum
, Can China Outmuscle Pixar
published may 2011
“The design of the building is inspired by characteristic pebbles found on Batumi beach and will provide views of the beach and the Black sea”.
Danish firm Henning Larsen Architects
have won a competition to design an aquarium in Batumi, Georgia,
resembling a cluster of pebbles.Published in August 2010
zaha hadid Architect
‘galaxy soho’. located in beijing, china
now under construction, published 2010
Francois Blanciak Architect
Taipei Performing Arts Center ,Competition proposal
published April 2009
eliinbar Sketches 2011– the bubble Architecture Trend
More information about the “The Bubble \ Pebbles Architecture Trend”
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I invite you all to contribute in developing the attitude and tools towards the viability of the “Conscious Inspiration” Method.
The abundance of information in the Web affects us all, as I illustrate in my posts.
I Believe that designing is a process formed from three main phases: knowledge, tools and invention.
“Knowledge”: as many said, and wrote before – Knowledge is the foundation for all designing process. We architects and designers are obliged to be informed about everything that was designed in the past and on a daily basis….
“Tools”: develop tools to analyze buildings and “Understand” them, tools that will cope with the abundance of architectural information…
(I intend to demonstrate some of my ideas in future posts)
“Invention”: with the methodology of “conscious Inspiration” , we don’t need to be intimidated to get inspired from relevant buildings. Once we develop our tools, it will lead us to high quality and creative architecture.