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an anarchitect and an archetist have a talk // podcast
Architecture News - Sep 26, 2011 - 16:14 8317 views
Marco Casagrande is an architect from Finland. I called him a an anarchitect mixing anarchy and architecture, since I feel his work REAL. Including ideas of urban acupuncture his work is soft and violent at the same time – something which has to be beautiful because of its honest trueness.
0:00 is it just provocation to burn your architecture or to build ruins?
2:45 what is the energy you take out of ruins?
5:33 living at the edge of habitat …
7:05 is nature the first architecture?
7:58 what are your origins? what do primitive tools like a fireplace have to do with architecture?
12:30 skin … patina … being present >>> what is your message to visual 3d software architects?
17:00 hope on teaching = celebrate the time of being FREE
19:25 connection and communication, use of web 2.0
22:28 ‘the medium is the message’ – McLuhan: are we changing with our new environment? GREEN buildings???
26:25 why are you an architect?