Max Otto Zitzelsberger: On Louis Tullius Joachim Visconti, Project for a building, possibly a stable, 1830

Max Otto Zitzelsberger: On Louis Tullius Joachim Visconti, Project for a building, possibly a stable, 1830 ← Alternative Histories: Participants and Models ← DRAWINGS ← Drawing Matter Home Drawings Media Events Shop About Contributors Artists & Makers Mailing List Search Drawing MatterDRAWINGSAlternative Histories: Participants and Models 12 Jan 2019 Max ...

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Hugh Strange Architects

... and below the shelving, cables and conduits stretch out to switches, lights and floor sockets. Hugh Strange Architects, Drawing Matter Archive, Somerset, 2016. Image © Max Creasy Significantly, these drawings helped to establish a strategic character to our thinking in relation to the construction, such that individual decisions flowed on ...

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Nigel Coates

... the aircraft wing with accumulated waste that was built into the rear walls. The space was Piranesian but the storytelling and detail was more Mad Max.– Nigel CoatesNigel Coates will be speaking on ‘Narrative Architecture’ as part of Design Directions, at the Design Museum, London, on Monday 13th March WE ...

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Michael Graves: Fargo-Moorehead Cultural Bridge

... the Drawing Matter Collection – of the Plocek House, the Kalko House, French & Co., the Aspen House – were exhibited in 1979 at the Max Protetch Gallery, a well-known private gallery that emphasised architectural drawings as art. It was Protetch’s first exhibition of solely architectural material and his first ...

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Richard Hollis on Henry van de Velde and a monument to Nietzsche

... This would be marked by the marriage of the Mediterranean Appollonian with a sculpture by Aristide Maillol and the northern, musical Dionysiac with bas-reliefs by Max Klinger. Van de Velde – the Belgian ‘romano-German’ – would unite the two with his ‘germano-classical’ architecture. [1] Kessler wrote about fundraising, about the ...

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Madelon Vriesendorp and Rem Koolhaas at Van Rooy Gallery, 1980

... of art. One spoke in terms of paper architecture or special mades'.She observed numerous venues in which drawings of this kind were being shown: the Max Protetch Gallery and the Drawings Center in New York; Antonia Jannone in Milan; and Aedes with Helga Retzer and Kristen Feireiss in Berlin. As ...

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Richard J. Neutra

... and black ink, and photograph on thin buff paper, 440 × 890 mm. Neutra had entered architecture school in Vienna in 1910, eventually studying with Max Fabiani, Adolf Loos and others, in the deep shadow if not the direct tutelage of Otto Wagner. Though he went on to work with ...

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Boompjes

... edition of 200. There was also a limited edition of the grey-tone version of the central part of the triptych that we showed at the Max Protetch gallery in New York in 1982, together with the whole project.That is pretty much how it went; the project had its own dynamic. ...

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Drawing, Movement and Medium: Mark Dorrian in conversation with Michael Webb, Episode 3

... right. That’s actually an aeroplane doing what’s called the ‘Immelmann turn’. If we had another hour of this, you know, we could describe it … Max Immelmann was a famous German World War I flying ace. So, it’s about how an aeroplane would have to manoeuvre itself to do the ...

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Jesse Reiser on Aldo Rossi

... – these intense day-glo yellow-greens, which were more like the blacklight posters that my sister had up on her wall from the 60s. Or Peter Max, or Pop. So it was this incredible, counterintuitive palette that he wanted for the drawing. I was totally flabbergasted – but I went along, ...

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Stefano de Martino

... edition of 200. There was also a limited edition of the grey-tone version of the central part of the triptych that we showed at the Max Protetch gallery in New York in 1982, together with the whole project.That is pretty much how it went; the project had its own dynamic. ...

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Disappear Here: On Perspective and Other Kinds of Space

... books dating back to the Renaissance to contemporary works. Highlights vary from John Smythson’s early 17th Century Jacobean designs to a colourful modern interior by Max Clendinning and from Sebastiano Serlio’s architectural treatise Seven Books of Architecture to Etienne-Louis Boullee’s intricately drawn perspectives of neo-classical buildings. Other original drawings on ...

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Footnotes, Backgrounds, Sheds

... | Drawing Matter Shop Drawing Matter Shop Menu Cart/ 0 items ProductsContact Footnotes, Backgrounds, Sheds: Hugh Strange Sold out by Hugh Strange, with photographs by Max Creasy and an essay by Elizabeth Hatz Soft cover, 240 x 290cm 72pp, illustrated 2019 It is the seemingly peripheral details and gestures that ...

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Post-Otto Wagner

... styles Wagner became a leading figure of Viennese Modernism. After 1900, under the strong influence of architects like Josef Hoffmann, Joseph Maria Olbrich, Josef Plecnik, Max Fabiani, or also István Medgyaszay, Jan Kotera, and Pavel Janák, the Wagner School became a type of laboratory for style pluralism and individualistic approaches ...

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Disappear Here

... books dating back to the Renaissance to contemporary works. Highlights vary from John Smythson’s early 17th Century Jacobean designs to a colourful modern interior by Max Clendinning and from Sebastiano Serlio’s architectural treatise Seven Books of Architecture to Etienne-Louis Boullee’s intricately drawn perspectives of neo-classical buildings. Other original drawings on ...

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