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Bjarke Ingels ,Zaha Hadid and SANAA are getting inspired Consciously from Steven Holl’s “Sponge Concept”.

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 20, 2012 by eliinbar

From  eliinbar’s sketch book 2010 – The evolution of the Steven Holl’s “Sponge Concept”

Somewhere in the 90’, Steven Holl studied a new morphological design notion…..The “Menger Sponge” 

The next image is a concept model showing the ““Menger Sponge

And this is  Steven Holl’s  Sarphatistraat offices

Steven Holl Architects

 Sarphatistraat offices

Amsterdam, The Netherlands  1996 – 2000

For more information visit  ARCHDAILY.COM  

It seems as if  Steven Holl’s exterior design, was inspired by the “Menger sponge”….Notice the largest square openings in the center of each facade.

One Year later Steven Holl designed the Simmons Hall and implemented his “Sponge Concept” design strategy ….

Steven Holl’s Sketch showing a typical Simmons hall’s vertical section 1999-2002

Note the vertical shapeless spaces in Steven Holl’s sketch, colored in white.

A reasonable assumption ….Steve Holl’s inspiration source is

The unique structure of a “sponge”

And the next image, is Steven Holl‘s Simmons hall in MIT Cambridge USA 1999-2002

Notice the inspiration effect of the “Menger Sponge” on Steven Holl’s Facades..

Notice also the external expression of the “sponge Concept “…. the “amoeba shaped” openings.

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Two years later Steven Holl designed a building for Nanning ,China  and once more he implements the “Sponge Concept” design strategy ….

Steven Holl Architect

Sketch for Nanning 2002

Well ….is this a “Sponge Building” or not?

And this is Zaha Hadid’s King Abdullah II House of Culture and Art , inspired by the “Sponge Concept”design strategy

Zaha Hadid  Architect

King Abdullah II House of Culture and Art

Amman 2010

And this is Bjarke Ingels’s Ted Building , inspired by the “Sponge Concept” design strategy

Bjarke Ingels Architect (BIG)

Ted Building

Taiwan – Competition  2010

  eliinbar’s sketch 2010 – getting inspired consciously ……..from Steven Holl’s  “Sponge Concept”.

This is the last building…….. but it’s not the end of the list

What do you say about the Rolex Learning Center designed by SANAA Architects ….Is it another building inspired by the “Sponge Concept” design strategy?

SANAA  Architects

Rolex Learning Center

Lausanne, Switzerland 2004-2010

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Bjarke Ingels and SANAA are Joining forces and paving the way to the…. unbelievable “Conscious Inspiration” building

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 9, 2012 by eliinbar


From eliinbar’s sketchbook 2012, SANAA and the “Shifted Buildings Trend”

Just unbelievable….

On a regular basis I introduced in this blog, a variety of “Conscious Inspiration” examples.

This time,  I came across the ultimate example of the “Conscious inspiration building”……

or maybe not….

For you to judge….

The next building undoubtedly is an honorary member in the privileges group of the “Shifted buildings”

 Saraiva & Associados Arquitectura Urbanismo

 proposal  for the Two Towers project

competition in China 2011 

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The  Saraiva & Associados Arquitectura Urbanismo’s  proposal  for the Two Towers project  has a Typology that is  identified  with the “Shifted Buildings Trend

For more information and a lot of examples for the ” Shifted Buildings” see my next sketch , and visit my previous post “Typology of Shifted Buildings  – “Conscious Inspiration

from  eliinbar’s sketchbook 2010  SANAA and the  “Shifted Buildings Trend”

A calculate guess …. Like most of the Shifted buildings

Probably Saraiva & Associados Arquitectura Urbanismo  are inspired by the SANAA’s very familiar Museum of Contemporary Art, in New York ….shown in the next image.

SANAA Architects

Museum of Contemporary Art

New York City 2002– 2007

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Now lets See the next clip….this is a clip representing

 Saraiva & Associados Arquitectura Urbanismo’s  design strategies….

Does It seems familiar? ….Did you recognize the architect’s design strategies?

Well… Saraiva & Associados Arquitectura Urbanismo’s  design strategies, look  in the video clip exactly like  BIG’s Augmented reality design strategy

For more information about BIG’s “Augmented reality design strategy” (emphasizing the building’s morphology planning given the weather conditionslooks at the viewtraffic systems, etc.) see  my next sketch, and visit my previous post “Bjarke Ingels Group – BIG….how they do it?”

A warm recommendation…. Locate presentations showing  BIG’s “Augmented reality design strategy”  in YouTube

Here is one I like …. 

From eliinbar’s sketchbook 2012 , BIG’s architects “Augmented reality design strategy

What did I learn from this post?

Architects have varied inspiration Sources ….

The first type of inspiration is basic and common ….I call it the “Visual Inspiration” Easy to identify, and characterized by architectural trends.  (Like the “Shifted buildings” trend)

The second type of inspiration is based on research…. I call it the “Design Strategy Inspiration”. It requires knowledge and analytical skills. (Like BIG’s architects “Augmented reality design strategy”)

Recently, colleagues encouraged me to publish a “very small book”, With a collection of common planning strategies, explained through my sketches….

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More examples of buildings inspired by the

Shifted Buildings Trend

Believe me,  there are much more….

BIG- Bjarke Ingels’s Group “Mountain Strategy” or the strategy of the“Self inspiration”

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 10, 2012 by eliinbar

From  Eliinbar’s sketch book  2012– BIG’s “Mountain Strategy”

Inspiration sketch Gallery (ISG) by Eli Inbar

Thanks to “A Daily Dose of Architecture “who was my inspiration for this post

I introduced in previous Posts of mine, the possibility that gifted architects multiply their architecture designs …. for example :  SANAA multiplying architecture consciously or Daniel Libeskind Cristal Buildings.

In this post I will show some examples of Bjarke Ingels Group – BIG’s, “Self inspiration” .

Mountain Strategy” = Buildings with dominant mountain morphology

I am aware that the “Mountain Strategy” is a morphology used by other architects….

Usually been used by other architects to:

1. Increase The exposure of the building to a unique view (It is common in hotels located next to the sea)

2. Increase the exposure of the building to solar radiation (Common in cold northern countries)

3. Increase the number of terraces that are attached to apartments. (Common in Mediterranean countries) 

And more ….

As I showed in  previous  post of mine

BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

is a master in applying the  “Conscious inspiration method

For example…. BIG designed the “Amagerforbraending  Waste Treatment Plant” according to their very common “Mountain Strategy” ,but they added a twist ….they took advantage of the slope  …. and made use of it as a ski run …. (See The Amagerforbraending  Waste Treatment Plant shown in the next image) 

 The Amagerforbraending Waste Treatment Plant  is a good example , representing  a building designed according to  the “Conscious inspiration method”…

For you to judge….

BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

Amagerforbraending Waste Treatment Plant

published in Designboom 2011

More Buildings by  BIG  that are planed according to the  “Mountain Strategy”

 BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

residential, parking  garage

Ørestad, Copenhagen Completed 2008

Bjarke Ingels Group –BIG  

mixed-use building housing

Copenhagen,Denmark 2010 published in ArchDaily

Bjarke Ingels Group – BIG

Urban plan proposal for Ansan city

Project South Korea year 2010

  Bjarke Ingels Group – BIG

World Village of Women Sports  Sweden

Published –in Eco Friend 2010

Bjarke Ingels Group– BIG

Beach and Howe St.residential building Vancouver

published in Designboom  2012

Bjarke Ingels Group – BIG

Zira Island Azerbaijan

published In Interior Design  2009

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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 processWe 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.

Be inspired consciously  from existing building, will generate a unique design process that serves our creative desires….

Once we develop our tools, it will lead us to high quality and creative architecture.

Eli Inbar

Daniel Libeskind – These Are Daniel Libeskind’s inspiration sources?

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 2, 2012 by eliinbar

From Eliinbar’s Sketch book 2012-Daniel Libeskind’s inspiration Sources?

I introduced  in previous Posts of mine,the possibility that gifted architects multiply their architecture designs …. for example :  SANAA multiplying architecture consciously or Daniel Libeskind Cristal Buildings.

In this Post I will check the possibility that gifted architects get Inspired from each other….

Here are three examples ….  These are Daniel Libeskind’s inspiration sources?

For You to Judge….

Daniel Libeskind Architect

Danish Jewish Museum,Copenhagen,Denmark.

Construction of the Museum began in March 2003 and the museum opened in June 2004.

Published in ABDUZEEDO.com

 Herzog De Meuron Architects

Prada Aoyama Epicenter shop, showroom

Tokyo completed 2003 

published in clippings.com

Notice the similarity of the characteristic repetitive Diamond shape and the morphological resemblance of the envelope.

Daniel Libeskind Architect

The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge

Kentucky,USA. Completed: 2008

Published in ABDUZEEDO.com

Herzog & de Meuron Architects

Forum Barcelona

Spain Completed:  2004 

Published in ARC SPACE

Notice the morphological resemblance….both buildings are constructed from a pointed prism characterized by repetitive vertical linear patterns, on its envelope

Daniel Libeskind Architect

Glass Courtyard

Berlin,Germany opened  2007

Published in ABDUZEEDO.com

Toyo Ito & Associates

Tods Store

Tokyo  2004

Published in DEZEEN

Notice the dominant pattern of the “Bird nest” in the two buildings

You are invited to visit my recent and relevant posts:

Kazuyo Sejima+Ryue Nishizawa = SANAA    “Multiplying architecture” = ”Conscious Inspiration”?- part one https://archidialog.com/2011/06/18/ 

Kazuyo Sejima+Ryue Nishizawa = SANAA   Multiplying architecture Consciously = ”Conscious Inspiration”?- part two https://archidialog.com/2011/06/20/ 

Kazuyo Sejima+Ryue Nishizawa = SANAA Multiplying architecture Consciously = ”Conscious Inspiration”?- part three https://archidialog.com/2011/06/22/ 

Daniel Libeskind , Coop Himmelb(l)au & Iakov Georgievich Chernikhov – so that is how “Conscious Inspiration” works? https://archidialog.com/2012/01/09/ 

Daniel Libeskind’s Inspiration Sources & “The Crystal Buildings” https://archidialog.com/2011/10/08

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SANAA,SANAA,SANAA is it real? Or a conscious dream….

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 6, 2012 by eliinbar

On a regular base I surf my favorites Internet architecture and design sites, to be informed….

Yesterday I ran into a common example of Conscious Inspiration…. or maybe not ….

I found this example on DEZEEN, an online magazine on architecture and design….

For you to judge….

In a previous post of mine I raised the thought that architects are getting inspired from their own designs ….they multiply their architecture consciously….

I gave the example of two of SANAA’s buildings shown in my next sketch

eliinbar Sketches 2011– “Multiplying Architecture Consciously”

I also claimed that your design process can be your inspiration source….

And as example,  I proposed Moriyama’s  typical floor plan shown in the next image, designed by Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA) 

As the Inspiration Source for the Moriyama house facades designed as well by Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA)  in Tokyo , Japan 2005.   (Shown in the next image)

Notice the Moriyama floor plan ….spaces of various sizes in square shapes and in random order…Intriguing morphological similarity to SANAA’s Moriyama’s House facade

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Is Moriyama’s house typical floor planSANAA’s Inspiration source?….

 Can a floor plan inspire your façade?

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And the next Building was published in DEZEEN in 1 June 2012

Atelier Deshaus

Qingpu Youth Centre

published in DEZEEN  in June 2012

The next image is Qingpu Youth Centre’s Typical floor plan

eliinbar Sketches 2012

“You Tell I” … Can we ignore this phenomenon?

In my opinion, we must develop a method of teaching and training new architects, that will cope with a new reality , characterized by the availability of  information……..

I can even suggest a name for it …. the “conscious inspiration method”.

“Conscious Inspiration” – to be inspired consciously….

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“Conscious Inspiration” the ultimate inspiration methodology

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:knowledgetools 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…tools that encourage your planning process….tools matching your skills and generating your creative process….

(You are invited to visit earlier posts of mine showing leading architects tools…. )

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.

Le Corbusier is here…. and his alive ….

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 15, 2012 by eliinbar

From  eliinbar’s sketchbook 2012 – Wang Shu’s inspiration Sources

The Chinese architect Wang Shu, has been awarded the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize.

I must confess….
I was unfamiliar with the work of  Shu Wang,

In this post I present a building designed by Shu Wang….The new Art Academy in Hangzhou  China.

It is really hard to ignore the  inspiration sources of this building….there is a strong sense that Le Corbusier is still among us…. working in China….

The design strategy adopted by Shu Wang In China Is a combination of modernist architectural citations along with awareness to local materials and local construction methods …

It reminds me Le Corbusier’s approach. while planning Chandigarh  in India, in the 1950s.

Here are Selected photos of the New Art Academy Hangzhou designed by Wang Shu,  and his possible sources of inspiration….   For you to judge….

Amateur Architecture Studio / Wang Shu architect

  New Art Academy Hangzhou China

published in Arch daily  IN  2009

Le Corbusier Architect

Unité d ‘ Habitation Rezé

Nantes,France built from 1952 to 1954

Amateur Architecture Studio / Wang Shu architect 

New Art Academy Hangzhou China

published in Arch daily  in  2009

Le Corbusier and Iannis Xenakis Architects

Sainte Marie de La Tourette monastery

in a valley near Lyon, France 1953-1960

Amateur Architecture Studio / Wang Shu architect 

New Art Academy Hangzhou China

published in Arch daily  in  2009

Hans Sharoun Architect

Philharmonic building in Berlin-Tiergarten

Germany 1960-1963

Amateur Architecture Studio / Wang Shu architect 

 New Art Academy Hangzhou China

 published in Arch daily  in  2009

SANAA rchitects

Zollverein School of  Management & Design

Essen,Germany 2003-2006

What did I learn from this post?

1. Wang Shu actually designs his buildings according to the principles of the conscious inspiration method.

2. He chooses wisely Le Corbusier to be his main inspiration source….(And others).
3. He developed a planning strategy refers to his projects surrounding environment..

4. He consciously cites his sources of inspiration.

and finally he is awarded the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize .

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Rem Koolhaas, MVRDV , Steven Holl and the “T Buildings trend”

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 18, 2012 by eliinbar

From Eliinbar’s Sketchbook 2012– the ” T buildings trend

It seems like a new trend is developing in recent years.

I call this trend…. The “ T Buildings trend

long ago …. when architects talk about “ T buildings”….  They were referring to buildings with a floor plan that has the shape of “T” like in the next image….

Typical “T” floor plan

In recent years, three leading architectural firms, Rem Koolhaas(OMA), MVRDV and Steven Holl, explore the “T” configuration through the facades of their buildings .

Here are some examples:

Steven Holl Architects

Nanjing Sifang Art Museum

design-2003-Completion date: 2011

 Steven Holl Architect

“T-Houses”

Copenhagen, Denmark  2006-2007

  Steven Holl Architect

 horizontal skyscraper VANKE CENTER

Shenzhen China  2006-2009

 Rem Koolhaas Architect (Office for Metropolitan Architecture – OMA)

Shenzhen Stock Exchange

China  2006

  MVRDV architects

Shenzhen “4 Tower in 1” competition CBD Trees

Shenzhen, China  2009

Can a floor plan be your “Inspiration source”?

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You are invited to see also a relevant and very popular post of mine,that deals with a similar option in the  Zollverein School of Management & Design, designed by SANAA.

Another relevant post worth a visit….Rem Koolhaas and the “Conscious Inspiration” issue….

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John Hejduk , Aldo van Eyck, SANAA and the “Perfect Floor Plan”.

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 24, 2012 by eliinbar

eliinbar’s Sketchbook 2012  The  “perfect floor plan”.

Here is a very short video that my youngest son photographed, my daughter edited and the eldest son chose the background music, documenting , the preparation process of my sketch.

They called it “ Sketch is born”

music by Nicolas Jaar

You are invited to visit my new Inspiration Sketch Gallery (ISG) in ETSY

Inspiration sketch Gallery (ISG) by Eli Inbar

I invite you all

Even if you are not trained in reading architectural plans

To delve into the example shown in this post.

An unusual example illustrating the processes of “Conscious Inspiration”.

This post is telling the story of an Inspiring floor plan designed by John Hejduk.

An Architect who was a contemporary theorists and a researcher more than a builder…. And on a personal note…. My inspiration for making architectural sketches….

Hejduk was the Legendary Dean of the Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture  from 1972 to 2000.

Generations of architects were inspired by his Sketches and theoretical architectural projects.

The following image is Hejduk’s  floor plan for a utopian”Diamond House

Hejduk’s floor plan for the “Diamond House” is an inspiring struggle with the endless search for the “perfect floor plan”.

A floor plan with the exact relationship between the main floor areas , and the” left over spaces” in-between.

 John Hejduk

 “Diamond Houses”

1950-60

Five years later the inspiring and unique architect, Aldo van Eyck, contributes to world architectural heritage, his interpretation to the     ” perfect floor plan”.

The Sonsbeek’s Pavilion. Floor plan

Aldo van Eyck Architect

 Sonsbeek Pavilion

 1965-1966

A calculated guess …. Aldo van Eyck’s inspiration source is  Hejduk’s “Diamond House” floor plan. 

Note the similar strategy in both floor plans

1. Explicit formal selection of building envelope, rhombus regular polygon and perfect circle.

2. The decision to crate leftover spaces braided between the exterior envelope and the floor plan’s central main mass.

3. The choice of the curving interior walls.

4. The Choice of the orthogonal  arrangement .

Look at the next two floor plan images….

Almost 40 years later the SANAA architecture firm designs  unique floor plans for the 21st Century Museum in Japan and the Glass Pavilion in Toledo, Ohio, they implement the same design principals John Hejduk and Aldo van Eyck implemented in their designs 40 years ago …

SANAA Architects

21st Century Museum Kanazawa

Japan 2005

SANAA Architects azuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa

Glass Pavilion in the Museum of Art

Toledo, Ohio   Opening: 2006

Do the “Conscious inspiration effect” strikes the second time?

Epilogue

What are Constructivist teaching methods? (Conscious Inspiration Method”) 

1. Constructivist teaching theoretical framework holds that learning always builds upon knowledge that we already know.

2. Constructivist learning theory says that all knowledge is constructed from a base of prior knowledge.

3. Constructivists suggest that learning is more effective when we are actively engaged in the learning process.

4. We learn how to learn, by giving the training to take initiative from our own learning experiences.

You are invited to visit my previous posts dealing with the  ”perfect floor plan”:

SANAA & Aldo van Eyck  “wheels of Heaven”, “the Generating Plan”, “Conscious Inspiration”

https://archidialog.com/2011/09/18/

SANAA , “the Generating Plan”, “Conscious Inspiration” 2

https://archidialog.com/2011/09/25

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SANAA , “the Generating Plan”, “Conscious Inspiration” 2

Posted in public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 25, 2011 by eliinbar

Soon After I published my last post about SANAA’s inspiration sources, I came across the ground plan of The Dover Castle in England (founded in the 12th century).

Dover Castle, ground- plan

England

It was founded in the 12th century

SANAA Architects

Glass Pavilion ground- plan

Toledo,Ohio, USA  Museum of Art Opening: 2006

Dover Castle ground- plan

eliinbar Sketches 2011 -sanaa's Glass Pavilion ground- plan

 Eliinbar sketches 2011  -SANAA’s Glass Pavilion ground- plan

It seems that  SANAA’s Inspiration Sources for the Glass Pavilion, is Dover’s Castle ground plan.

But in a opposite way….

The walls that hold the building in the Dover’s Castle become the “Spaces in between” in SANAA’s Glass Pavilion.

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Dover Castle  “The walls that hold the building”

SANAA Architects Glass Pavilion

The walls that hold the building in the Dover’s Castle become the “Spaces in between” in SANAA’s ” Glass Pavilion”

What did I learn from this post?

SANAA   gave an innovative interpretation to the Dover Castle ground plan, in the” Glass Pavilion” .

SANAA’s Architects knew the Dover’s Castle ground plan, or other castles with similar patterns.

They had the relevant architectural Knowledge. 

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”

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Dover Castle England It was founded in the 12th century

SANAA & Aldo van Eyck “wheels of Heaven”, “the Generating Plan”, “Conscious Inspiration”

Posted in buildings, public buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 18, 2011 by eliinbar

From  Eliinbar’s Sketch book 2011  SANAA & Aldo Van  Eyeck

From time to time I display an example of a familiar building ground-plan, which inspires architects.

In this post I present  Aldo van Eycks “Wheels of Heaven” Church, [project],from  1966,  and SANAA’s “Glass Pavilion”, Museum of Art in Toledo.

SANAA is one of the Innovative architecture firms working today.

Aldo van Eyck (1918 – 1999)  was one of the most influential protagonists of the Structuralism movement and later in his career called for a return to humanism within architectural design.

Aldo van Eyck Architect

Wheels of Heaven Church,ground plan model

[project], 1966

SANAA  Architects  Glass Pavilionground plan

Toledo,Ohio, USA  Museum of Art

Opening: 2006

The two ground plans have similar  patterns.

They are composed of two main components, the “main spaces” (who are characterized by their round morphology)

and the “Spaces in between” (see my Sketches).

 Eliinbar’s Sketches  2011 – SANAA &  Aldo Van Eyck

In Aldo van Eyck’s Church, the “Spaces in between” are used for “movement” 

SANAA’s in the” Glass Pavilion” gave an innovative interpretation to Aldo van Eyck’s Church ground plan.

The circular morphology of the “main spaces” is similar, if that unlike  Aldo van Eyck’s Church the partitions are transparent, but the “movement” in the building is from one main space to another.

The “Spaces in between” are used as”Separator spaces”.

SANAAArchitects Glass Pavilion

The “Spaces in between” are used as”Separator spaces

SANAA’s “Glass Pavilion” is in my opinion a Good example of “Conscious Inspiration“.

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