Johan Hybschmann Architecture, Bartlett London Student, Building Design Images, Project
Johan Hybschmann : Architect
Work by student at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, UK
Bartlett Unit 11
Johan explores the appropriation by American Federal Buildings of established Grecian architectural forms and tropes. This, it was felt by the founding fathers, added a certain democratic and libertarian emphasis to the buildings and the institutions housed within.
Johan uses the tactic of anamorphosis to reconstruct these American icons as a series of rotational and condensed architectural figures that are then reused to create other formal and programmatic interventions which in themselves fuse the public and the private; making the point that in the modern world the old dichotomy between public and private is much more strained that it used to be.
More student work from Bartlett School of Architecture in 2009
Location: The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, England, UK
Contemporary London Architecture
London Building Designs – chronological list
Architecture Tours in London by e-architect
Address for this British School of Architecture located in Bloomsbury, central London:
The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
22 Gordon Street
London WC1H 0QB
former Professor of Architecture and Digital Theory at The Bartlett, latterly at Greenwich School of Architecture in south east London.
UCL Buildings London
60-70 St Mary Axe
Design: Foggo Associates Architects
image courtesy of the architects
60-70 St Mary Axe Building
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