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Old School of New Thinking 2007.09.22
I remember those collages in Education of an Architect I from back in the mid-1970s; had no idea who did them back then, and vaguely recall later learning they were by Libeskind. I could probably find some very old "xerox" copies if I looked hard enough. Now, in retrospect, I'd say they had a strong, albeit subliminal, influence on some of my operations. And add to that an early CAD training (1983), the whole 'cut and paste' ethos of computer processing, along with the overall ease of data manipulation, then opened a whole new field with respect to architectural drawing.
Superstudio, Continuous Monument, 1969
MVRDV, Costa Iberica, 2000
Collage was also implemented throughout Roma Interrotta.
Piero Sartogo, Roma Interrotta: Sector I, 1978.
Kahn, Motherhouse of the Dominican Sisters, 1965-68
Stirling/Wilford, Science Center, 1979-87
Palais House 10: Museum 2394
Ichnographia Ink Blot 2396
Headquarters of D.A.T.A. 2397
Villa Plus Ultra 2398
Courthouse Plus Ultra 2399
has the sun finally set on oma?
This appeals to me. The overlay of generative elements and the resultant hyper-figure/hyper-ground.
I like this too.