the blink

A 1993 study by the American social psychologists Nalini Ambady and Robert Rosenthal considered in what way less information would affect the accuracy of predicting teacher evaluation by college students. The study shows that the information conveyed in a glimpse can be just as important as the information gathered over a much longer period. This […]

learning from Dashilar

Organized by ‘Beijing Design Week’, Dashila(b) and Capital M, the event included speakers such Kenya Hara, designer from Nippon Design Center and director of design for MUJI, Fang Zhenning, curator of the Chinese pavilion of the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale, Liang Jingyu, architect from Approach Architecture, Giannantonio Bongiorno, curator of Hutopolis and Luis Aguirre from […]

igloo #195

hors site #10

from policies to design

lecture at the Global Pioneer design forum

(un)made in China

special mention for atienza hall

singular concepts

the people’s urbanism

the value of unconventional thought

Harvest Home awarded by the IaaC

AQSO launches urban research Hutopolis

the process

communicating design with 3D prints

a map of hutopolis

furniture and accessories

mark magazine

tierra de cultivo in Gorizia

the significant value of design in real estate

design workshop

Iberian architecture in Beijing

mock-ups

Lisbon Architecture Triennale

finishes specification

handover and as-built documentation

the power of a concept

process

(un)made in China exhibition in Shanghai

identities in comparison

city visions

E9

technical reports

a map of hutopolis

conservation and urban diversity

contract administration

round table at 751

unmade in China

massing study

arquia proxima 2012

lecture at the Dashilan design hop

computer-generated imagery

old is new at Today Art Museum

physical models

the illusion of weightless architecture

wavescape

3×3 projects in contexts

value engineering

hutopolis restrospective

our analysis of the Chinese market for El País

interdisciplinary is not multidisciplinary

architecture without context

transformations

glass magazine #11