It’s not easy Being Kool – Illustration and text for Clog: REM

Click to enlarge “[…] For those who were already, let’s say, ‘architecturally active’ in the 90s, the second half of the decade featured an increasing presence of Koolhaas-isms in the architecture published  by architectural media. Be it young offices paging Bakema through the Educatorium (those ubliquitous ‘single surfaces’ Jeff Kipnis still chitchatted on in his lecturesContinue reading “It’s not easy Being Kool – Illustration and text for Clog: REM”

Metabunker’s in Da Haus (Haas) – Illustration for Clog: SCI-FI

Click to enlarge (Scroll down for full panorama) “Everything is becoming science fiction. From the margins of an almost invisible literature has sprung the intact reality of the 20th century.” J. G. Ballard: “Fictions of Every Kind” (Books and Bookmen -February 1971) Koolhaas read The Cast of the Metabarons. Or maybe not. Certainly, much asContinue reading “Metabunker’s in Da Haus (Haas) – Illustration for Clog: SCI-FI”

Get a Job(s)

Click to enlarge “Tim Cook has just been given the toughest job of his life. He is stepping into the shoes of one of the most innovative leaders of our time and he now has to do it alone. And can anyone truly run a company that is really completely synonymous with its former leader?Continue reading “Get a Job(s)”

YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Klaus in CLOG Magazine 01

I rarely publish articles under Klaus’s name (I have a whole different personality just for that). However, when Kyle May approached me in order to collaborate with a short review (a sketch of an article rather than a long text) on BIG´s “Yes Is More”  in the debut issue of Clog Magazine, it seemed mostContinue reading “YES IS MORE or Less [Zoom!/zzzzrrtt!/thud!/blaam! – me not] – Klaus in CLOG Magazine 01”