measure and weight

MEASURE AND WEIGHT   <

2017.01, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design


Building techniques, functionality, material properties, economy, climatic issues etc. are components that together will form and complete a building

that sensually affects us. A consideration on measure and weight, ambiguity and affect, and presence.


Conceptual and physical positions in art and architecture:

Field Party, Keio Univ. Sejima Lab. + Ryue Nishizawa + Takashi Homma

Works, Trond Solberg

Concorde, Wolfgang Tillmans

Vinduskutt, Olve Sande

Palais de la Haut Cour, Le Corbusier

Living Room Poetics, Marthe Elise Stramrud

Fukita Pavillion, Ryue Nishizawa + ARUP

Holocaust Memorial, Peter Eisenman + Buro Happold

Battlefields, Sally Mann

Teshima Art Museum, Ryue Nishizawa + Rei Naito + Sasaki Structural Consultants

Neue Nationalgalerie, Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe

Museum of Art of Sao Paolo, Lina Bo Bardi + José Carlos Figueiredo Ferraz

SESC Pompeia Leisure Centre, Lina Bo Bardi

Swiss Pavillion 2000, Peter Zumthor

Shibaura House, Kazuyo Sejima & Associates


Neue Nationalgalerie, Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe


Photographs by Matthew Anderson