The "post-digital" valorizes the ordinary and renders it to look like the past.
The cycle of digital innovation in architecture is far from over.
Collage used to be a crucial image-making technology of the mechanical age. But its time has passed, says historian Mario Carpo.
The recent popularity of architectural collage has led to a lot of cloning and some groaning. But collage is more than an aesthetic—it helps reconceive space in new, often scenographic ways.
In revisiting the speculative proposal, pupils at the School of Architecture at Taliesin strive for avant-garde status without the aesthetic trappings of “Mr. Wright.”
We speak to the founder of the blog KoozA/rch, Federica Sofia Zambeletti , about the resurgence of architectural drawing.
Setting a design concept to pencil and paper was once considered a core architectural act, but the past two decades’ culture of digital rendering almost killed it. Almost.