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Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory
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Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory
colectivo21:

Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory
colectivo21:

Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory
colectivo21:

Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory
colectivo21:

Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory
colectivo21:

Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory
colectivo21:

Urban FormsThe aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” cityXavier Delory

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Urban Forms

The aim of this project is to study the recurrent characteristics of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters:

- Gentrification: refers to the changes that result when wealthier people aquire or rent property in low income and working class communities.

- Barre d`ilot: a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, its break-up and its replacement by residential and office towers.

- Dominó: This name is a wink at Le Corbusier`s concept. Critic of a functional and profitable architecture.

- Façade libre: a reflection on façadism, the “Disneyland” city

Xavier Delory

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TED Talks for Architects

Here’s ten inspirational for architects (in no particular order) from people with broad and unique views on architecture. Some might enlighten, educate or even enrage you – at the very least they should get those creative juices flowing a little better.

1. Thomas Heatherwick: Building the Seed Cathedral

2. Bjarke Ingels: 3 Warp-Speed Architecture Tales

3. Joshua Prince-Ramus: Seattle’s Library and Other Projects

4. Cameron Sinclair: A Call For Open-Source Architecture

5. Magnus Larsson: Turning Sand-Dunes Into Architecture

6. Julian Treasure: Why Architects Need To Use Their Ears

7. Liz Diller: A Giant Bubble For Debate

8. Frank Gehry as a Young Rebel

9. Daniel Libeskind: 17 Words of Architectural Inspiration

10. David Byrne: How Architecture Helped Music Evolve

AARK + Thom Mayne: Architecture as Connection

Source: Archdaily.com /  Nicky Rackard

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