What reaches the architecture, if you “can float freely”
“I am artist enough to make free with my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. “
Who owns this sentence? What do you think? Or maybe know them? You come first great artists, such as Pablo Picasso or J.R.R. Tolkien in the sense? No! That’s a thought of the physicist Albert Einstein. Very surprising statement for a physicist. At first glance…
Do you think more precisely: the imagination brings the knowledge of living forms, expands our world. By the imagination, reaching new colours and nuances in our lives.
Architecture wonders of the imagination
The power of our imagination
We all have a well developed imagination, but many seem to have left them in the childhood. While this is a big disadvantage!
I’m often now the children at the games. They fight with imaginary bad soldiers and win important fights against them. I wish also to be able to be their imaginary worlds a part. Have a their own reality, in their minds, and nobody else has access to it.
In architecture, the imagination has already perform miracles. This makes unique works from a simple building. Architecture is so close to the art and yet lacking in most buildings right – imagination. Actually, our built landscape is terribly boring and unimaginative. We know consciously or unconsciously all -.
Today we want to introduce eight projects of architecture and an artificially created landscape, to show you wonderful alternatives. All are linked by their original interpretation of space, the structure, the materials, the functions and future-oriented thinking. Here the architecture not only provides four walls, ceiling and floor. It is much more.
Thanks to the power of imagination, these examples show different ways.
The power of imagination in space
You can’t apply the most typical terms for the architecture for the one shown above flat. This apartment is not flat and even, and reveals no common symmetry.
Imagination brings the knowledge of living forms, expands our world
Actually, we have to do with a roof outlined in boxes. Also the function of a wall was associated with this. It ensures the stability and the existence of the building. But the rectangular built-in forms bring rhythm and a wonderful form in the space.
Within this structure are a very surprising element. Recycled bottles within the concrete Flash as small sky light and provide ever-changing shapes on the ground. You can call this roof is a masterpiece of the imagination.
The wall and ceiling join together to create an almost unrealistic published form within the large roof structure.
It is led by the rhythm of the inner frame in the inner, odd room and debunked a stereotype from the architecture to the other.
The structure reminds of a spaceship designs very much
Certainly, the work of this architect is inspiring as the straight walls and the simple design
Also on this Hill a case would be sufficient, so that they can live. But the iconic design of the pictured House offers much more. It has to do with a kinetic structure. She reminds strongly of spaceship designs. One has the feeling of having caught the House shortly before the departure. Certainly, the work of this architect is inspiring as the straight walls and simple construction.
The power of imagination and the use of the materials
The display area and the entrance are a sculpture, if the architecture blends with the landscape.
A glass casing offers an entrance and subtly defines the way of the people from outside to inside
The wall of the building has been here converts to a changing exhibition area. They change depending on the wind direction and watching with sunglasses. A glass casing offers an entrance and subtly defines the way of the people from outside to inside. Two materials determine the character of the just described structures – concrete and wood. But they create a stunning contrast and a relaxed feeling while at the same time.
The wall of the building has been here converts to a changing exhibition area
The swinging door is made from the same material as the wall. This is however closed almost not to recognize.
Fantasy and function
Through his imagination, the architect here has created an appropriately responsive to the outside world the inner structure. The walls on the Windows can be lower depending on the need for light and solar energy in the House or rise.
Through his imagination, the architect here has created an appropriately responsive to the outside world the inner structure
The flexible nature and the small footprint make this House universal for various weather and climatic conditions.
In the sky
Yes, the left image shows a slide! What does it serve here, you wonder? Can there be because a better, fun and practical way to get from the home workplace to the kitchen?
Painting the future
Have you looked at the latest film by Tom Cruise? I found the film pretty bad, quite frankly. But I enjoyed the architecture. It is fascinating, beautiful and strangely functional for the purposes of the film. It is especially kinda realistic, though for future times.
It is located far above the ground and about living there bad things. You literally floats above the clouds.
Running in the grass, turns this way and you can only imagine the end
Where in the above screenshot there is architecture, ask yourself? Nowhere, but this free landscape provokes the imagination in the same way! Can’t find you?
Running in the grass, turns this way and you can only imagine the end. The landscape is reminiscent of fantasy and adventure – both products of the imagination!
One wonders what is probably around the corner and behind the next Hill!
As final words I would like to insert like L.A. a quote from the book of the author Chandlar. This comes from the plant fight to keep creativity alive (fight for it, to keep creativity alive). “She said:” maybe she [imagination] is a perspective of the heart and openness. It is the look and the expectation of those stolen moments. But I think it is the risk and the indecision that prevent us from never to make decisions and learn nothing new. You have to be aware – through creation to create the bitter sweetest Symphony of life. So you can find the small pieces of the Wonderland, which were given to us.”
Jeff Green photography, Torsten Ottesjo, Arthur Dyson architects, Shinberg Levinas architectural design, Denilson Machado – MCA Estudio, Princeton Architectural Press, TURETT COLLABORATIVE ARCHITECTS, NBC Universal, Inc., Matthew Cunningham landscape design LLC