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Le Corbusier & Archigram – “Buildings floating in the air” or “building moving” -2

Posted in buildings with tags , , , , , , , , , , on August 5, 2011 by eliinbar

From eliinbar’s Sketch book 2011- Le Corbusier & Archigram

Here are two more examples for a new type of buildings we can find on the Web

  (Post 2, dealing with the same conscious inspiration phenomena)…. 

 Timothy Moon Architects 

 Escarpment House  Hawkesbury River

 Photographed 2008


Architecture Paradigm 

Bangalore India 

 Project Year: 2011

eliinbar Sketches 2011– Le Corbusier & Archigram 2

You are invited to visit my relevant posts  –      Le Corbusier & Archigram – “Buildings floating in the air” or “building moving”  – The New Vertical City – “Conscious Inspiration”  – Le Corbusier–Les Maisons Domino  – Five points of architecture  – Le Corbusier & Zaha Hadid – Les Pilotis



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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  “Conscious Inspiration” Method,  How it Works?

First step:  the inspiration Source

Second step:   Developing  the Conscious Inspiration tools

Third step:   Realize the design idea

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

Eli Inbar