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Project 02 MuBE – Brazilian Museum of Sculpture, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1988

Grounds and Envelopes : Reshaping Architecture and the Built Environment

Routledge, 2015

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... MUBE – BRAZILIAN MUSEUM OF SCULPTURE Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1988 Paulo Mendes da Rocha Museums are typically designed as entirely discrete and of this project that it was ‘conceived as a garden’ (da Rocha prominent buildings of heightened...

Project 01 Brazilian Pavilion, Osaka World Expo 1970, Osaka, Japan, 1969

Grounds and Envelopes : Reshaping Architecture and the Built Environment

Routledge, 2015

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... PROJECT 1 BRAZILIAN PAVILION Osaka World Expo 1970, Osaka, Japan, 1969 Paulo Mendes da Rocha World Expos and similar high-profile venues appear not to be shelter and burrow and the spatial transition and fusion via the the first places...

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Michael U. Hensel

Michael U. Hensel is an architect, researcher, and writer. He is Professor for Architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture where he directs the Research Centre for Architecture and Tectonics. He is a board member of the OCEAN Design Research Association and of BIONIS, the Biomimetics Network for Industrial Sustainability. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Jeffrey P. Turko

Jeffrey P. Turko [AA Dipl. RIBA II] is the founder of the design practice NEKTON. He is currently Vice Chairman of the OCEAN Design Research Association and has collaborated on projects such as Landsc[r]aper – Urban Ring Bridge, the World Centre for Human Concerns and most recently the MM tent (aka Membrella). He studied and taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. He currently teaches architecture at the postgraduate diploma level at the University of East London School of Architecture and Visual Arts where he has been a senior lecturer since 2001. He has published his work and writings in numerous international architecture journals. He has been practising since 1999 and has been a registered architect in The Netherlands since 2001. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Grounds and Envelopes : Reshaping Architecture and the Built Environment

Routledge, 2015

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... Space I have called these settings … discrete, but are they really cautioned that gardens may be too structured still to accomplish single or separate? Doesn’t the drift or merge of one into more open spaces and thus ‘we must aim...

Grounds

Michael U. Hensel

Michael U. Hensel is an architect, researcher, and writer. He is Professor for Architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture where he directs the Research Centre for Architecture and Tectonics. He is a board member of the OCEAN Design Research Association and of BIONIS, the Biomimetics Network for Industrial Sustainability. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Jeffrey P. Turko

Jeffrey P. Turko [AA Dipl. RIBA II] is the founder of the design practice NEKTON. He is currently Vice Chairman of the OCEAN Design Research Association and has collaborated on projects such as Landsc[r]aper – Urban Ring Bridge, the World Centre for Human Concerns and most recently the MM tent (aka Membrella). He studied and taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. He currently teaches architecture at the postgraduate diploma level at the University of East London School of Architecture and Visual Arts where he has been a senior lecturer since 2001. He has published his work and writings in numerous international architecture journals. He has been practising since 1999 and has been a registered architect in The Netherlands since 2001. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Grounds and Envelopes : Reshaping Architecture and the Built Environment

Routledge, 2015

Book chapter

... Grounds ‘Ground’ … may be said to have a conceptual potential delineates identifiable items? Does the delineation of items con- that one can exploit to suggest new ways of thinking and tradict the possibility of continuity...