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Le Corbusier Ronchamp Chapel “Sacred Inspiraion”

Posted in public buildings with tags , , , , , , on November 28, 2010 by eliinbar

Here is another example of “conscious inspiration”….

Relevant citations of Corbusier:

Space and light and order. Those are the things that men need just as much as they need bread or a place to sleep.


Our eyes are made to see forms in light; light and shade reveal these forms; cubes, cones, spheres, cylinders or pyramids are the great primary forms which light reveals to advantage.

Architecture is the masterly, correct and magnificent play of masses brought together in light.

Le Corbusier Architect

Ronchamp Chapel

Notre Dame Du Haut France 1950-54

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Rafael Moneo Architect

Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral

Los Angeles California USA 1996-2002

 

Moneo Is inspired  by  Le Corbusiers’ Ron champ Chapel And design a masterpiece cathedral in los Angeles . ” It was the human hand which affirmed the space as sacred, a physical act in a spiritual space”….
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Moneo Is inspired  by  Le Corbusiers’ Ron champ Chapel….  and that is Conscious Inspiration”….

Le Corbusier-Ronchamp Chapel “Conscious Inspiration” 2

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , on November 24, 2010 by eliinbar

Corbusier designed and built the Ronchamp Chapel from 1950 to 1954.

Since then the chapel is a source of inspiration for talented architects.

Here  is another example of Conscious Inspiration….

I can Predict that the Mansilla & Tunon’s Concert Hall was the PRATICAL and TYPOLOGICAL  inspiration for WRNS STUDIO.

The AVALABILITY of architecture INFORMATION is an important  “woorking – tool“.

It helps us to impliment the principles of “Conscious Inspiration”.

Le Corbusier Architect

 Ronchamp Chapel

Notre Dame du Haut,  France 1950-1954

 

Mansilla & Tunon Architects

Concert Hall Leon spain 2003

 

WRNS Studio

Parking Structure

 San Francisco USA 2009

 

REX Architects & ” Conscious Inspiration”

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 13, 2010 by eliinbar

REX  architects office with Joshua Prince-Ramus as princial ,is one of the leading architects offices in recent years.

Here  are four projects designed by REX ,in the years Rem Koolhaas was still a partner And after….  and their inspiration sources..

For you to judge….

1.  enlightenment inspiration

Zumthor Architect

 Kunsthaus ( Art Museum )

  Bergenz

REX Architects 

  Munch Museum

 Oslo _ Norway

 Competition

From eliinbar’s sketchbook 2010 – enlightenment inspiration

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2.  Wrap- Up Inspiration

Neutelings Riedijk Architect

 Mas Museum

REX architects

Kortrijk Library

Kortrijk – Belgium

From eliinbar’s sketchbook 2010 – Wrap- Up Inspiration

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3. Typological Inspiration

REX architects _ Museum Plaza _ Louisville _ Kentuky _ USA

MVRDV Architects _ Mirador _ Sanchinarro _ Spain

From eliinbar’s sketchbook 2010  -Typological Inspiration

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4.  Formal Inspiration

Le Corbusier

 Le palais du Gouverneur

Chandigarh

 REX Architects

Vakko Fashion Center

And Power Media Center

From eliinbar’s sketchbook 2010 – Formal Inspiration

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Two quotations from the REXs’ site, describing the firm’s Approach :

1. Architects have retreated from the accountability (and productivity) of Master Builders to the safety (and impotence) of stylists.

2. The media sells simple, catchy ideas; it reduces teams to individuals and their collaborative work to genius sketches. The proliferation of this false notion of “starchitecture” diminishes the real teamwork that drives celebrated architecture.

 Very exciting …. REX Describe two of the reasons why I suggest to implement “Conscious Inspiration”….

 Availability of the “ architecture  information” probably affects the planning processes and thinking of the modern architecture  Office. I hope the planning process that I like to call “Conscious Inspiration” Will give architects the tools to cope with the abundance of information, and  Create quality and creative architecture….

Eli Inbar

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Zaha Hadid the “Dancing Towers – Concept”

Posted in buildings with tags , , , , , , on November 7, 2010 by eliinbar

On 14 October I published a post showing an Option ,that two leading architects were Inspired…. 

Here are tow more Projects Designed by one of the talented architects ,using the same typological principle I introduced in the 14 octobers’ Post. 

Is this an example of “Conscious Inspiration” ?

Zaha Hadid Architect 

Farrer Court _ Singapore

2008

Zaha Hadid Architect

The Stone Towers

Cairo _ Egypt _ 2009

 

MVRDV & Zaha Hadid

eliinbar sketches2010 – 14\10\2010

 

 

 

Zaha Hadid & MVRDV – “Conscious Inspiration”

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , on October 14, 2010 by eliinbar

At the year 2002MVRDV architects office designed a group of towers for the Donau city  in Vienna. The project was inspired by critical thinking about skyscrapers.

The result was a three dimensional City.

MVRDV’s towers were called the “Kissing Towers”.

At the same year Zaha Hadid designed two “Kissing Towers” for Ground -zero in New- York City. 

Four years later Zaha Hadid designed three towers for Dubai, they were called the “Dancing Towers”.

MVRDV Architects _model of the “Kissing Towers” _ Donau City _ Vienna _ 2002

Zaha Hadid Architect _ Two “kissing Towers” _ Ground zero _ New York _ 2002

Zaha Hadid Architect _ “Dancing Towers” _ Dubai _ 2006

Le Corbusier – “ville Radieuse” 2 – Not So Conscious Inspiration

Posted in buildings with tags , , , , , on October 10, 2010 by eliinbar

Two Corbusier‘s sketches illustrating the concept of the radiant city  =   “ Ville Radieuse

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La Ville Radieus promised future of sunshine, fresh air and greenery for city-dwellers.

A city which consist of giant apartment blocks and green, landscaped spaces

It will be the vertical garden city.

Renewable area near the airport of Hong Kong

 

eliinbar Sketches 2010 – not so “conscious inspiration

Is this the  radiant city Corbusier imagined?

It seems more as , not so “conscious  inspiration

 Another example of a residential building in Hong Kong.

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La Tourette ” Conscios Inspiration” 2

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 20, 2010 by eliinbar

Inspiration sketch Gallery (ISG) by Eli Inbar

 

Floor plans can be a Source of inspiration for architects.

We can call these  plans “Generating Plans” …. A floor plan which generates inspiration.

Here are Two examples of “ Conscious inspiration”.

La Tourette floor plans inspired talented architects….

1. The Wall Buildings:


La Tourette Floor Plan Level 3

Hedjuk Architect

 Wall House 2

 Gronigen , The netherlands ,1967-73

Richard Meier Architect

Museum of Contemporary Art

Barcelona , 1992-95

                             La Tourette  Eliinbar sketches 2010

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Richard Alan Meier was born in 1934 in Newark New Jersey. Twenty-five years later – after graduating from Cornell University’s Architecture School, and after Cornell, working briefly for SOM – Meier decided that the best mentor he could personally select was Swiss-born architect, Charles-Edouard Jeanneret. Of course, most of us know Jeanneret by the name he gave himself – ‘Le Corbusier‘ a spin on his grandfather’s name that resembled this French word for Raven.To meet the great man, Meier would need to travel to Paris. Once there, he intended to ask Le Corbusier if he could become an intern. And oh, by the way, he would make this request with an attached offer that he believed that Le Corbusier could not refuse – he would work for free.
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La-Tourette
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Richard Meier _ Museum of Contemporary Art _ Barcelona 
 
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John Hedjuk profound interest in the fundamental issues of shape, organization,representation, and reciprocity. He argued that the first duty of architecture is to challenge and inspire:At la Tourette Le Corbusier emphasize the hierarchy between the big prier room and small one by putting the Small  one “outside the wall” In the “Wall HouseHedjuk  employs the same  vocabulary of Le Corbusier to explore the relationship between inside and outside  , in a more extreme way than did the Swiss-French master.
 
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2. The Multi levels Cloister Concept 

                                          La Tourette Floor Plan 1
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Steven Holl Architect _ American Memorial Library _ Berlin_ Competition 1988Floor Plans
 

                           La Tourette  Eliinbar sketches 2010

La Tourette

Steven Holl Architect _ American Memorial Library – Model

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