The Architecture Puzzler
Created by Dave Guadagni
Architecture Puzzler #83
The architectís work on the Aronoff Center of Design and Art for the University of Cincinnati was described in Architecture magazine (August 1996 ) as follows: "He set transformative operations to work and play on elementary forms, making them complex, and their shifting imprint on the building is a color-coded Braille that speaks to the body, challenging equilibrium." Which well know architect is author Joseph Giovannini referring to?
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Architecture Puzzler #82
Itís the end of the work day, and you are out at the job site when you notice the mason toothing the brick. What is the mason doing and should you allow it?
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Gallery bridge of the Aronoff Center, University of Cincinnati.
Photo: Anton Harfmann
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