A selection of technical drawings from the archive of Slovenian bureau Ambient d.o.o.
Fred Scott: The Double Ecstasy of Altering Architecture
On Altering Architecture by Fred Scott - Review
Christian Norberg-Schulz: Building in Old Settings
“Each building that we erect signifies a unique opportunity to rescue a part of our earth.”
Francis Matthews: Urban Materials
Interview - February 2019
Carson and Crushell Architects
Interview - August 2018
Fred Scott: Building on the Built
Transcript of a talk, by the author of On Altering Architecture, given in May 2016 for the first Building on the Built event in London’s Kings Cross.
Aisling McCoy: and live the space of a door
A photographic investigation of Berlin’s Tempelhoff Airport.
Toby Parsloe: Berlin’s Tempelhoff
A short essay on the transformation of Berlin’s former airport.
Revisited: Habitat 67
A transcript of the talk given by James Brittain at the opening of his exhibition of photographs taken at Montreal’s Habitat 67, the residential complex designed by the Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie.
Adolf Loos: Note on the Michaelerplatz House
“What is necessary as decoration should be honestly applied manually, which was the opinion of our old Baroque masters, in those happy times before there was any building law because each individual bore the law in his heart.”
OMMX: Changing Rooms
Case Study - Stele House
John Ruskin: On Restoration
“Neither by the public, nor by those who have the care of public monuments, is the true meaning of the word restoration understood.”
Fred Scott: On Interior Design
“Like the common cold, interior design, despite its prevalence, is lacking in definition.” A short essay by the designer, author and academic Fred Scott.
Building on the Built: Jonathan Tuckey Design
An exhibition of the work of Jonathan Tuckey Design, Kings Cross 2016 and the first Building on the Built series of Talks.