Henri Achten

Henri Achten

Prague / Teacher & researcher at Faculty of Architecture of Czech Technical University in Prague.
Henri Achten
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The Wooden Waves - Buro Happold - tests on the more opened components ©Mamou-Mani

The Wooden Waves - Buro Happold - tests on the more opened components ©Mamou-Mani

This way to advertise is very smart and useful. I like how they put it in areas where there where oging to be alot of people

This way to advertise is very smart and useful. I like how they put it in areas where there where oging to be alot of people

"Mostly Just Grant Me" The professor's prayer is alive and well in my case. Read my thoughts on grant-writing and dealing with rejection by clicking on the cartoon.

"Mostly Just Grant Me" The professor's prayer is alive and well in my case. Read my thoughts on grant-writing and dealing with rejection by clicking on the cartoon.

COMPUTER AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN is THEORY AT WORK

COMPUTER AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN is THEORY AT WORK

architecture is not a stage | architecture is a partner | architecture is interaction

architecture is not a stage | architecture is a partner | architecture is interaction

In this day and age, that glorifies individual success, we should pause and glorify friendship, co-operation, and team spirit.

In this day and age, that glorifies individual success, we should pause and glorify friendship, co-operation, and team spirit.

Intelligence is the struggle against Entropy

Intelligence is the struggle against Entropy

BBI Info-Tower, Berlin by Kusus Kusus Architekten

BBI Info-Tower, Berlin by Kusus Kusus Architekten

"In particular, one is struck by the multiplicity of functions that a building of this type can contain over time and how those functions are entirely independent of the form. At the same time, it is precisely the form that impresses us; we live it and experience it, and in turn it structures the city." (Aldo Rossi, 1989, The Architecture of the City, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, p. 29)

"In particular, one is struck by the multiplicity of functions that a building of this type can contain over time and how those functions are entirely independent of the form. At the same time, it is precisely the form that impresses us; we live it and experience it, and in turn it structures the city." (Aldo Rossi, 1989, The Architecture of the City, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, p. 29)

"Designing is highly addictive" (Kees Dorst, 2003. Understanding Design: 150 Reflections on Being a Designer. BIS Publishers, Amsterdam, p. 19.)

"Designing is highly addictive" (Kees Dorst, 2003. Understanding Design: 150 Reflections on Being a Designer. BIS Publishers, Amsterdam, p. 19.)