Light in Architecture, part 2 Post written by Paul de Vries and Simon Droog. Follow them on Twitter. Last week I (Simon) wrote part 1 of our Light in Architecture series. So if you've missed it, you can read it here: Without light, no architecture? In part 2 we'd like to show you an interesting … Continue reading Light – City Hall Gothenburg, Sweden
Light in Architecture, part 1 Post written by Simon Droog. Follow him on Twitter. An old teacher of mine used to talk about light with me and he always kept saying something like without light there is no architecture. At the time it sounded like one of those sayings teachers ramble about all the time, … Continue reading Without light, no architecture?
Architecture & Psychology Editor’s note: This is an interview with kopvol. Learn more about them and their work here. During the Indesem '09 seminar, I met Gemma and Tanja from kopvol - architecture & psychology. I was immediately interested in their office when I learned that they run an architecture office together - an architect and a … Continue reading Interview with kopvol
Extended interest in architecture Post written by Paul de Vries and Simon Droog. In our series Architectural means we’re trying to find answers to the questions: Which architectural means do we have to create specific atmospheres that can elicit specific emotions? In this post we’ll talk about the aspect Complex Order as one of the architectural mean … Continue reading Complex Order
On the road to user-centered architecture Post written by Simon Droog. Follow him on Twitter. After almost a year of Experiencing Architecture, I thought a post on the Best Of 2010 would be appropriate and a great way to conclude the year. I've been looking through the stats and according to them the following 5 posts … Continue reading Best 5 posts of 2010