Urban University 
6 Projects
Library Today
3 Projects
Mexican Concrete
3 Projects

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Urban University
Urban Factories of the Knowledge_Aldo Vanini
Cornell Tech Masterplan_Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Cornell Tech - The Bloomberg Center_Morphosis Architects
Cornell Tech - The Bridge_Weiss / Manfredi
Central European University_O’Donnell + Tuomey
CENTRO_TEN Arquitectos
Lewis Arts Complex, Princeton University_Steven Holl Architects
Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center, Columbia University_Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Southern Utah Museum of Art_Brooks + Scarpa

Library Today
Architecture in the Information Continuum_Davide Pisu
Vitrolles Media Library_Jean-Pierre Lott
Alexis de Tocqueville Multimedia Library_OMA + Barcode Architects
Tianjin Binhai Library_MVRDV

Mexican Concrete
Mexican Concrete Inheritance_Alejandro Hernández Gálvez
Teopanzolco Cultural Center_Isaac Broid + PRODUCTORA
Oaxaca’s Historical Archive Building_Mendaro Arquitectos
Foro Boca_Rojkind Arquitectos

변하는 도시와 대학 건축의 역할
도심 속 지식 공장_알도 바니니
코넬 테크 캠퍼스_스키드모어, 오윙스 앤 메릴
코넬 테크 - 블룸버그 센터_모포시스 아키텍츠
코넬 테크 - 브릿지_웨이스 / 맨프레디
부다페스트 센트럴 유러피언 대학교_오도넬 앤 뚜오메이 아키텍츠
센트로 대학교 캠퍼스_TEN 아르끼떽또스
프린스턴 대학교 루이스 예술 센터_스티븐 홀 아키텍츠
컬럼비아 대학교 바젤로스 의학 대학원_딜러 스코피디오 + 렌프로
남부 유타 대학교 부설 미술관_브룩스 + 스카르파

흐르는 도서관

변화하는 정보를 담은 도서관_다비드 피수
비트롤 미디어 도서관_장 피에흐 롯
알렉시 드 토크빌 멀티미디어 도서관_OMA + 바코드 아키텍츠
톈진 빈하이 도서관_MVRDV

멕시코 콘크리트 건축의 전통을 잇다
멕시코 콘크리트 건축의 전통을 잇다_파브리치오 알레한드로 에르난데스 갈베스
테오판솔코 문화센터_이삭 브로이드 + 프로덕또라
와하카 아카이브 센터_멘다로 아르끼떽또스
보카 델 리오 문화센터_로이낀드 아르끼떽또스

성뒤마을 복합개발 마스터플랜 설계공모
창작연극 지원시설 건립 설계공모

Library Today

This feature focuses on recent development in the design of media libraries as an evolution of the traditional library. The Paper retraces the connections between the spatial traits of the libraries and the underlying idea of access to information through the description of "transitional" projects from the beginning of the 1990s, namely the transition from strong geometric organization of information in the space as in the loci method and in the theatre of memory to flowing and freeform geometries related to the combinatoriality of information retrieval systems or the World Wide Web. For this purpose it focuses on three specific features of such buildings: the connection to the public and their approach to the wider context of the city through the use of adjacent public spaces and facades; the internal geometry of shelves, desks and paths and the usage of electronic devices as means of display, research and organization.
Subsequently three contemporary projects are analyzed to highlight the different strategies of the designers in relation to their context and their attitude towards Information Technologies. As a conclusion, the scenarios they evoke for the future developments of such facilities are described and analyzed in their social dimension as civic buildings.
 written by Davide Pisu

Mexican Concrete

In the second half of the twentieth century, Mexican modern architecture was characterized by the use of exposed concrete as principal building material. Although this was associated with Brutalist architecture in Europe and the United States and the Metabolists in Japan in that time, it was also a modern interpretation of pre-Hispanic and even architecture as well as a pragmatic response to the conditions of Mexico’s local construction industry.
Three new buildings in Mexico, two of which were designed by the two Mexican studios - Isaac Broid in association with Productora and Michel Rojkind’s firm - and the other by the studio of Spanish architect, Ignacio Mendaro, seem to be continuation and revision of this architectural tradition at the same time. With the use of a single material, these buildings produce diverse and even surprising tectonic and spatial effects.
 written by Alejandro Hernández Gálvez