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Christina Wodtke@cwodtkewww.eleganthack.comPUTTING THEARCHITECTURE ININFORMATIONARCHITECTURE
A SHORT HISTORY OFARCHITECTURE
Cave
Hut
Stone Age City
VITRUVIUSfirmitas, utilitas, venustas : : durability, convenience, beauty
Durability“Durability will be assured when foundations arecarried down to the solid ground and materialswisely and liberal...
The hotel had several desigfeatures that made up for ifoundation:The reflecting pool (visiblethe picture above) alsoprovid...
I’m searching for “my                     architect, not                   “movies, directors,                        acto...
Social Earthquakes                                 If people post jobs in                            discussion areas, any...
Convenience“When the arrangement of the apartments is  faultless and presents no hindrance to  use, and when each class of...
ckspace headquarters in in a former mall. The lding is so usable for moving people around, itssily repurposed.bert Venturi...
Malls onlineepitomizeconvenience,and are typicallyextremelyusable.Anthropologie iselegant andfunctional.This simplemodel c...
The MIT project, they were interviewing                 me for MIT and they sent their facilities                 people t...
I call it the "Then What?"        Okay, you solved all the        problems, you did all the        stuff, you made nice, y...
“Early in life I had to choose between honest arroganceand hypocritical humility. I chose honest arrogance andhave seen no...
Beauty (delight)“when the appearance of the work is pleasing and in good taste, andwhen its members are in due proportion ...
“Less is more.”              ~     Mies
SEAGRAM BUILDING (Philip  Johnson did interiors, 1957)   Seagram                                 BuildingThis logical and ...
“Less is a bore.”               ~     Venturi
Is this Beautiful?
Do we dictatewhat is beautifulby constraining user choice?
Or supportpassionate use that may not meet our     aesthetic    standards?
BeautifulDurable               Convenient
Push harder, furtherARCHITECTURE
Servant and Served Spaces‘I do not like ducts; I do not like pipes. I hatethem really thoroughly, but because I hate thems...
Services (settings, in   this case) are  separated from      served)
Services intergradedwith served is easierto comprehend and         use
Centre Pompidou was designed with services revealed rather than hidden
Revealing things usuallyonly available toemployees, such asstatistics can provideinterest and beautyinherit to the product.
Views        Hey, it’s the          Arc de        Triomphe!
Views into other    services
Views into theservice before you sign up
Speed      5 mph                               25mph                           60mphMedieval architecture designed to be w...
Speed      60mph                                25mph                           5 mphConsider speed of use in design; do n...
Movement
Why are our compositions so static? How should the eye move through this?
nd if you think of Brick, for instance, and you say to Brick, "What do you want Brick?" And Brick says to you "I like an A...
And if the material wants to be tall?
Flipboard might bean example ofdigital architecture.It is beautiful,functional, durable,delightful.Flipboardunderstands th...
Even if you use the “wrong” gesture,    Flipboard reacts correctly.
Many Architects are Artists       How many digital designers are? Why shouldn’t they try?       The courage and commitment...
The question we need to be asking:IS IT ARCHITECTURE YET?
“You start with the client’sprogram,” Mr. Breuer observes.“That’s not architecture, but it’sthe groundwork. Architecturegr...
Good architecture is still thedifficult, conscientious, creative,expressive planning for thatelusive synthesis that is a n...
Information Arcitecture isArchitecturein Information Spaces
“Modern Systems! Yes indeed! To  approach everything in a strictly  methodical manner and not to waver a  hair’s breath fr...
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The MIT project, they were interviewing me for MIT and they sent their facilities people to Bilbao. I met them in Bilbao. They came for three days. W: This is the computer building.Bilbao did not G: They were there for three days and it rained every day. And they kept walkingleak. I was so around. I noticed they were looking under things and looking for things, and proud. they wanted to know where the buckets were hidden, people putting buckets out. I was clean. There wasnt a bloody leak in the place. It was just fantastic. But youve got to -- yeah, well, up until then, every building leaked. W: Frank had a sort of -- sort of had a fame -- his -- his fame was built on that in L.A. for a while. You know, Frank, youve all heard the Frank Lloyd Wright story when the guy -- the woman called and said, "Mr. Wright, my -- Im sitting in the couch and the waters pouring in on my head," and he said, "Madame, move your chair." G: So, some years later I was doing a little house on the beach for Norton Simon, and his secretary was kind of a hell-on-wheels type lady -- called me and said, Mr. Simons sitting at his desk, and the waters coming in on his head, and I told him the Frank Lloyd Wright story. W: Didnt get a laugh. G: No. Not now either. http://www.ted.com/talks/frank_gehry _asks_then_what.html

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