Stewart Hicks’s studio takes on furniture to tackle the issue of character and building type. We are critical of Philip Johnson’s AT&T building in that he didn’t create a new building type.
The ideas of our rights and wrongs have been refined to be as clear as possible. The hope is that each exercise is clear enough so that an eight year old and an eighty year old could understand. Below are some of the drawings we’ll be seeing later today.
The Architecture and Design League of the Art Institute of Chicago hosted a lecture by Craig Dykers, founding partner of Snøhetta Design of Oslo, Norway and New York City, NY on March 6, 2012. If for some reason you have been living in a cave and haven’t heard of them, please take a moment to Google “Oslo Opera House”, “Alexandria Library” and “9/11 Memorial Museum”. All caught up?