The house Walter Netsch built for himself and his wife, Dawn Clark Netsch, was known as a complete manifestation of the design theory of the iconoclastic architect famous for the U.S. Air Force Academy chapel, the University of Illinois campus and libraries at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago. Photo by Dennis Rodkin

The house Walter Netsch built for himself and his wife, Dawn Clark Netsch, was known as a complete manifestation of the design theory of the iconoclastic architect famous for the U.S. Air Force Academy chapel, the University of Illinois campus and libraries at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago. Photo by Dennis Rodkin

One of its rooms

Cross Lane House: Somerset's modern medieval marvel

Photo by Erhard Pfeiffer

Photo by Erhard Pfeiffer

Jardin de Ville Silver Winner, The Pavilion.

Jardin de Ville Silver Winner, The Pavilion.

Henredon Interior Design Show Room Gold Winner,  A Blank Canvas.

Henredon Interior Design Show Room Gold Winner, A Blank Canvas.

Kira Krümm International Design Platinum Winner, The Dune Dream Room.

Kira Krümm International Design Platinum Winner, The Dune Dream Room.


More ideas
Google Image Result for http://www.uic.edu/depts/oaa/walkingtour/Netschtour/4.a.2-Field%2520Theory.jpg

Google Image Result for http://www.uic.edu/depts/oaa/walkingtour/Netschtour/4.a.2-Field%2520Theory.jpg

Walter Netsch, unbuilt library at Sophia University of Tokyo

Walter Netsch, unbuilt library at Sophia University of Tokyo

Field Theory Lattice Studies - Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio | SOM | Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Field Theory Lattice Studies - Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio | SOM | Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

A Radical Mind: The genius of architect Walter Netsch — Medium

A Radical Mind

A Radical Mind: The genius of architect Walter Netsch — Medium

Walter Netsch, Miami University Art Museum

Walter Netsch, Miami University Art Museum

http://erinsparler.com/blog/2010/12/the-geometry-of-art-or-geometry-as-art/

http://erinsparler.com/blog/2010/12/the-geometry-of-art-or-geometry-as-art/

cotton was the material of choice for design studio Barkow Leibinger when forming an undulating canopy in the centre of Marrakech

Barkow Leibinger chose cotton for tensile installation

cotton was the material of choice for design studio Barkow Leibinger when forming an undulating canopy in the centre of Marrakech

Loom Hyperbolic, an installation in Marrakech, by Barkow Leibinger     inst by { designvagabond }, via Flickr

Loom Hyperbolic, an installation in Marrakech, by Barkow Leibinger inst by { designvagabond }, via Flickr

Theory In Practice: Miami University Art MuseumWhen designing buildings, Walter Netsch used a technique that he called “field theory,” a highly versatile approach to the geometric generation of architectonic structures intended to be uniquely suited to their purposes and environments. In the images above, a series of field theory lattice studies shape into their ultimate form: the Miami University Art Museum in Oxford, Ohio. Today, we published a longform interview with the legendary…

Theory In Practice: Miami University Art MuseumWhen designing buildings, Walter Netsch used a technique that he called “field theory,” a highly versatile approach to the geometric generation of architectonic structures intended to be uniquely suited to their purposes and environments. In the images above, a series of field theory lattice studies shape into their ultimate form: the Miami University Art Museum in Oxford, Ohio. Today, we published a longform interview with the legendary…

Pinterest
Search