Posts Tagged ‘Bernard Tschumi’

Tschumi says: – Architecture is not sculpture, what happens in it is architecture; the movement of bodies! – The “Context” is as important as the “Content”! – [There is a] mosque made with mud, every year after the rain inhabitants have to redo some parts of it, [this is where] architecture becomes a social act! […]

Last week I found out about this book recently published by Bernard Tschumi. In “Red is not a Color“, Tschumi discusses concepts in architecture. It is  a comprehensive documentation of his 30-year investigations as a designer, builder, and theorist.