The [not so] Fine Line – A Conversation with Sophie Lovell

From left to right: Herzog & De Meuron, Zaha Hadid, Rafael Moneo, Alvaro Siza, Eduardo Souto de Moura, PEter Eisenman, Le Corbusier, Mies Van der Rohe, Philip Johnson, Bjarke Ingels, Rem Koolhaas, Zvi Hecker, myself, Preston Scott Cohen, Michael Meredith, and Hilary Sample. Missing are Reyner Banham and François Dallegret, who were edited out because ofContinue reading “The [not so] Fine Line – A Conversation with Sophie Lovell”

ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles]: Inclusive Archipolitics – Illustration for A10 #64

Click to enlarge Summer vacation is unfortunately over, so let’s catch up with published work that hasn’t made it to the blog yet. Today’s post belongs in the series of illustrations I did for the ‘Interchange’ interviews published in A10 magazine over the last 2 years. As you may know, A10 went out of businessContinue reading “ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles]: Inclusive Archipolitics – Illustration for A10 #64”

Julien de Smedt: On a scale of hybrid – Illustration for A10 #60

Click to enlarge In your view, how do design and architecture relate? It starts with architecture; that’s what I have been involved in the longest. MWA [Makers With Agendas] is an extension of that, but in some ways it goes further. It is easier distributed and available for more people. A building is a singleContinue reading “Julien de Smedt: On a scale of hybrid – Illustration for A10 #60”

Jaque Disobedients: Illustration for A10 Magazine

Click to enlarge “Andrés Jaque (*1971, Madrid) is not a typical architect. His radical stance breaking the traditional boundaries of architecture makes of him is one of the most relevant figures in the contemporary European architecture scene. Talking with Andrés is always inspiring and his words are a gust of fresh air to any preconceivedContinue reading “Jaque Disobedients: Illustration for A10 Magazine”