24 December

1667 death of John Mylne

1817 Benjamin Henry Latrobe resigned his position as architect of the Capitol building at Washington D.C.
1823 birth of James Gandon
1874 death of Adolphe Étienne Lance

reenactment
1997.12.24     2909

BIA: outside/inside architecture
1997.12.24     206g 2120 2156 220c

BIA next
1997.12.24     2234 3716b 4401b

Museum of Architecture for Venice
1997.12.24     3724b 3730b 3745q 3754c 3789

the Altes Museum as another Quondam branch
1997.12.24     2120d

Strasbourg-Savoye comparison
1997.12.24     2156 2198

Campo Marzio introduction
1997.12.24     5012 5027

pragmatists turning political?
2008.12.24 10:29     3332v 3726c 3770x 4707

North Direction in Drawing
2008.12.24 13:06     3332v

23 December
2012.12.24 17:08     3300u 3713h

24 December
2012.12.24 17:17     2309b 3300v 3710g

24 December
2013.12.24 19:05     e2501b e2527b e2531 e2593 e2626 e2627 e2967a e3050 e3066

architectural otherness
2015.12.24     3710r

ideas/projects
2015.12.24     3115g

Paul Kaloustian   Smart Center   Armenia

Arenas Basabe Palacios   Karlsplatz Museum Extension   Vienna



00122401 mesh surfaces models perspectives   230ai27

2008.12.24 20:29
pragmatists turning political?
"Instead of a revolutionary architecture, an architecture of explicitation would imply more complex political directionalities as it transforms the space and the material organization of the built environment, even if those transformations cannot be inscribed in a holistic political program. For architecture to express the domestication of density and high-rise life through specific massing strategies in tall buildings, to convey that tendencies in the articulation of the building envelope capture the new political affects, to communicate that certain manipulations of the ground and the roof indicate the politicization of nature, or to explain the breakdown of the correlation between interior and exterior and private and public, are legitimate political performances."
--AZP
That is what I assume to be the gist of the so-called general theory of the building envelope as expressed within 'The Political Agency of Dimension' within "The Politics of the Envelope".

UN Studio, Intramural Centre (project, 1994).
Because I see all this relating to Le Corbusier's late Olivetti project first, I looked again at UN Studio's Intramural Centre (project, 1994) as presented within the "Effects" book of MOVE (1999), since this project too reenacts the Le Corbusier paradigm. And then, as I looked through the rest of MOVE, I began to see that the 'envelope' was already often taken into a kind of 4th dimension, a kind of hyper-envelope. Somewhat ironically, UN Studio's proposal for the Yokohama Port Terminal already portends what AZP is now espousing.

12122401 House for Otto 4 wall and column extrusion capped IQ03   2310i01

14122401 Villa Savoye 1100x550 plan Ury/NNTC   2156i00


15122401   Paul Kaloustian   Smart Center   Armenia
15122402   Arenas Basabe Palacios   Karlsplatz Museum Extension   Vienna


16122401 House in Laguna 001 model free forms wireframe fixed   2267i07
16122401 AH002 model   2451i07


17122401 Appian Way Ichnographia Campus Martius IPC Berlin Las Vegas Strip Roma Interrotta plan images   217ii03
17122402 IPC Berlin plan images Center City Philadelphia West plans   217ii04



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