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Potpuno carski... :D

 

Inače je zastrašujuća je invazija radijalnih struktura. Ok, gledajući rešenja, pretpostavljam da je ovde to projektnim zadatkom favorizovano, ali Savska sigurno nije (a ima još primera). 

 

 

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Architecture as Environment: A Conversation with Kengo Kuma and Toshiko Mori Online

 
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Wednesday, December 15, 7-8:15 pm EST (4-5:15 pm PST) | Calculate your local time

Explore the contemporary relationships between the built and natural environments with Kengo Kuma, one of the most astute architects of our time, and critically acclaimed scholar and practitioner Toshiko Mori. The Japanese architectural scene is known globally as one of the most robust, dynamic and expressive platforms in the world for practitioners and enthusiasts alike, offering vast diversity and ingenuity grounded in centuries-old craftsmanship and a unique symbiosis with nature. This webinar addresses seismic shifts in our sense of community and relationship to nature as the Japanese architectural landscape transforms to embrace the synergy created through a trans-disciplinary approach to environment. The fourth event in our five-part Living Traditions webinar series.

 

https://www.japansociety.org/arts-and-culture/talks/architecture-living-traditions

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9 hours ago, I*m with the pilots said:

Architecture as Environment: A Conversation with Kengo Kuma and Toshiko Mori Online

 
Left_-_Yusuhara_Wooden_Bridge_Museum___Takumi_Ota__Right_-Photo_Paul_Warchol.jpg?w=600

Live Webinar

Part of the Living Traditions Series

Wednesday, December 15, 7-8:15 pm EST (4-5:15 pm PST) | Calculate your local time

Explore the contemporary relationships between the built and natural environments with Kengo Kuma, one of the most astute architects of our time, and critically acclaimed scholar and practitioner Toshiko Mori. The Japanese architectural scene is known globally as one of the most robust, dynamic and expressive platforms in the world for practitioners and enthusiasts alike, offering vast diversity and ingenuity grounded in centuries-old craftsmanship and a unique symbiosis with nature. This webinar addresses seismic shifts in our sense of community and relationship to nature as the Japanese architectural landscape transforms to embrace the synergy created through a trans-disciplinary approach to environment. The fourth event in our five-part Living Traditions webinar series.

 

https://www.japansociety.org/arts-and-culture/talks/architecture-living-traditions

 

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https://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/al_a-beats-big-names-to-win-belgrade-concert-hall-competition

 

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Amanda Levete’s practice AL_A has won an international competition to design a £92 million Philharmonic Concert Hall in Belgrade, Serbia

The London-based practice saw off Rotterdam-based MVRDV, Norwegian big hitters Snøhetta, major cultural players Diller Scofidio + Renfro from New York, Madrid's Estudio Lamela and Slovenian firm Bevk Perovic (all shortlisted entries pictured above).

The 20,000m² concert hall will be built in the Serbian capital's Ušće Park next to the River Danube and is being billed as ‘the first of its kind in the Balkans’. It will house performance, rehearsal and creative spaces as well as the main symphonic concert hall with a capacity for an audience of 1,600 and a 400-strong orchestra and choir.

The year-long international competition was led by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on behalf of the Serbian government in partnership with the Office of the Prime Minister, Ministry of Culture and Information, City of Belgrade and the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

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