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e c n a r be u x E pher Christo

Day


Published by Princepton Architectural Press 37 Eas Seventh Street New York, New York 10003 Š 2009 Princeton Architectural Press All rights reserved Printed and bound in Los Angeles by Christopher 10 09 08 07 4 3 2 1 First Edition No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner withough written persmission from the publisher, except in the context of reviews. Every reasonable attempt has been made to identify owners of copyright. Errors or omissions will be corrected in subsequent editions. Special thanks to: Michael Young, Phil Knight, Ramiro Diaz-Granados, Tom Wiscombe, Jessica D’Elena Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data ISBN-13: 978-2-83943-827-9


e c n a r Exube A personalized monograph by Christopher Day


Contents

Surreal Landscapes page 2.

Visualizations page 4.

Explorations page 4.

Evolution of surf page 4.

Surface articulation page 4.

tbc page 4.

Panorama Landmarks page 8.

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Introduction

The causes that changed the renaissance movement to Baroque: “ for as soon as we have memorised the forms, they lose all their attraction for us. Like 2 Columbus Circle in New York, it becomes bland. Boredom in the norm causes change? The task of the architect therefore is to create something novel. We judge every object by analogy with our own bodies. Essential characteristics of baroque are in its painterly style. E.g. Rembrandts sketches, Light and shade = movement. Painterly does not equal colourful. Baroque required broad massive, heavy forms. St peters for example. Grace and lightness of renaissance were gone.

causes change? The task of the architect therefore is to create something novel. We judge every object by analogy with our own bodies. Essential characteristics of baroque are in its painterly style. E.g. Rembrandts sketches, Light and shade = movement. Painterly does not equal colourful. Baroque required broad massive, heavy forms. St peters for example. Grace and lightness of renaissance were gone. Jeffrey Kipnis analyses Rafael Moneo’s book on 8 experimental architects. Moneo lambasting architects who pretend to be theorists through doing experimental work.

Jeffrey Kipnis analyses Rafael Moneo’s book on 8 experimental architects. Moneo lambasting architects who pretend to be theorists through doing experimental work.

Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance. (some of ) Eisenmann’s columns in the Wexner centre never touch the ground Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to for example. For Eisenmann, architecture is get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require not founded on structure but the significations user to pass through every floor. Significance. of structure. (some of ) Eisenmann’s columns in the Wexner centre never touch the ground for example. For Eisenmann, architecture is not founded on structure but the significations of structure. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance. The causes that changed the renaissance movement to Baroque: “ for as soon as we have memorised the forms, they lose all their attraction for us. Like 2 Columbus Circle in New York, it becomes bland. Boredom in the norm

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Visualizations

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The causes that changed the renaissance movement to Baroque: “ for as soon as we have memorised the forms, they lose all their attraction for us. Like 2 Columbus Circle in New York, it becomes bland. Boredom in the norm causes change? The task of the architect therefore is to create something novel. We judge every object by analogy with our own bodies. Essential characteristics of baroque are in its painterly style. E.g. Rembrandts sketches, Light and shade = movement. Painterly does not equal colourful. Baroque required broad massive, heavy forms. St peters for example. Grace and lightness of renaissance were gone. Jeffrey Kipnis analyses Rafael Moneo’s book on 8 experimental architects. Moneo lambasting architects who pretend to be theorists through doing experimental work. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance. (some of ) Eisenmann’s columns in the Wexner centre never touch the ground for example. For Eisenmann, architecture is not founded on structure but the significations of structure. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance.

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Diagramatic explotations into order and dissorder in computational drawing

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Evolution of Surf

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As a large swell approaches, with the board’s tip facing towards short paddle as hard and fast as you can.

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Ride the wave for as long as possible! Watch out for other surfers and sharks!

Acquire a surfboard either long or short board. Wet-suit optional, but highly recommended!

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Bring your hands close to your chest and grab the rails of the board (the sides).

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With one leg in the knelt position bring the other one forward and spring up to standing position.

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With both hands on the rails push up and bring one knee up below the chest


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Surreal Landscape

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The causes that changed the renaissance movement to Baroque: “ for as soon as we have memorised the forms, they lose all their attraction for us. Like 2 Columbus Circle in New York, it becomes bland. Boredom in the norm causes change? The task of the architect therefore is to create something novel. We judge every object by analogy with our own bodies. Essential characteristics of baroque are in its painterly style. E.g. Rembrandts sketches, Light and shade = movement. Painterly does not equal colourful. Baroque required broad massive, heavy forms. St peters for example. Grace and lightness of renaissance were gone. Jeffrey Kipnis analyses Rafael Moneo’s book on 8 experimental architects. Moneo lambasting architects who pretend to be theorists through doing experimental work. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance. (some of ) Eisenmann’s columns in the Wexner centre never touch the ground for example. For Eisenmann, architecture is not founded on structure but the significations of structure. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance.

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Rendered section through length of bus station, showing in detail venting system that helps focus ventilation and light onto the spaces below.

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Section drawing

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Internal waiting hall

Nightime render, light from within the building filers out to illuminate the surrounding built environment 27.


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Surface Articulation

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The causes that changed the renaissance movement to Baroque: “ for as soon as we have memorised the forms, they lose all their attraction for us. Like 2 Columbus Circle in New York, it becomes bland. Boredom in the norm causes change? The task of the architect therefore is to create something novel. We judge every object by analogy with our own bodies. Essential characteristics of baroque are in its painterly style. E.g. Rembrandts sketches, Light and shade = movement. Painterly does not equal colourful. Baroque required broad massive, heavy forms. St peters for example. Grace and lightness of renaissance were gone. Jeffrey Kipnis analyses Rafael Moneo’s book on 8 experimental architects. Moneo lambasting architects who pretend to be theorists through doing experimental work. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance. (some of ) Eisenmann’s columns in the Wexner centre never touch the ground for example. For Eisenmann, architecture is not founded on structure but the significations of structure. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance.

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Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Section 1

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Dining room

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Protective shell

‘Plug-in living’

liner

Structural scaffolding

Building systems

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Panorama Landmarks

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The causes that changed the renaissance movement to Baroque: “ for as soon as we have memorised the forms, they lose all their attraction for us. Like 2 Columbus Circle in New York, it becomes bland. Boredom in the norm causes change? The task of the architect therefore is to create something novel. We judge every object by analogy with our own bodies. Essential characteristics of baroque are in its painterly style. E.g. Rembrandts sketches, Light and shade = movement. Painterly does not equal colourful. Baroque required broad massive, heavy forms. St peters for example. Grace and lightness of renaissance were gone. Jeffrey Kipnis analyses Rafael Moneo’s book on 8 experimental architects. Moneo lambasting architects who pretend to be theorists through doing experimental work. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance. (some of ) Eisenmann’s columns in the Wexner centre never touch the ground for example. For Eisenmann, architecture is not founded on structure but the significations of structure. Elevator frees the section as it allows the user to get off at any floor, unlike stairs which require user to pass through every floor. Significance.

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