© kisho kurokawa - agricultural village - 1960
This thesis takes roots in the city of Beer Sheva in south of Israel; it aims to reveal the contrast as well as the intertwined and growing relationship between the modernist object and the modern mortal perception. The naked landscape of the desert accentuates the gap between the local native spirit and the eastern European urban planning. It inserts itself as an foreign object in order to create a new sustainable urban space that will further express the conceptual nature around the native living and the complexity of the mortal appearance phenomenon. The project relates to questions regarding the dwelling space perception and the [EX-TERRITORIAL] city space.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Design proposal by Skidmore Owings & Merrill for Obama’s Presidential Library at Chicago Lakeside - Visualization by WAX