The exhibition, titled “Freeing Architecture”, expresses that Ishigami never succumb to traditional forms and methods, instead of that, he freely explores and update the new definition of architecture.
Within the international architectural world, Mr. Arata Isozaki is a master of architecture who attaches great importance to academic and scientific contexts while also being full of speculative ideals. He has a deep understanding of the inner development clues of modern architecture, further he has questioned the existing concepts and forms of architectural design with...
She is a rigorous and calm observer and thinker. In her opinion, the graduation design should “make a problem” and the architecture of CAFA is a crossover in art...
A total of 380 pieces by graduates are displayed, representing the highest level of visual art by students.
The exhibition is presented through installations, photographs, models, videos and other mediums in exploring the symbiosis between infrastructure and landscape, as well as their shared practices and cross-disciplinary overlaps among the sub-branches of architecture, urban planning and landscape design on the subject on “infrastructure”.
This exhibition showcases Woods' unconventional productions together with artists and architectural agencies from around the world whose works imagine a future urban reality.
Based on their working and creative experiences, these five guests discussed the relationship between art and architecture, the inspiration that stem from different fields such as engineering, design, geography, and art, as well as the process of getting inspired.
It is the first time for the House Vision project to land in China. China House Vision is a platform in which Chinese society and modes of housing are reflected on and designed.
The Italian architect Massimo Roj led the audience to think of the relationship between architecture, aesthetics and art, particularly exploring the architects’ responsibility and pursuit...
The famous architect Zhang Yonghe has explored the relationships between painting and architecture, man and space by extracting some enlightening cases from classical & modern art history and architectural history.
For Studio Frank Havermans the field in the visual arts ends where it loses the architectural context, and in architecture where the building or operation can’t be managed by oneself anymore,or loses it's experimental character. This approach lesds always to (site-specific) architecyural installations with or without the purpose of use.
In this Exhibition, they will use full-size model and videos to present its 6-year design and construction process from the competition to its completion. Besides, this Exhibition will present the “Headquarter Building of Switzerland Watch Company”, “Tainan Art Gallery” and “Yufu Tourist Information Center”.