The new Bouwkunde Delft in the Netherlands designed by Peter Mitterer would replaces the burnt down School of Architecture and is situated between the historic city center and the TU campus. The project aims at supplanting the traditional binary circulation logic of educational buildings by a more differentiated network logic. Representation spaces and production spaces are accordingly split into linear strings and flexible nonlinear pockets. The intersections of layers and strings become hybrids of circulation elements and public functions, resulting in a maximization of possible social and creative interaction.
What will the skyscrapers of the future look like? Will they be covered in gardens, shaped like rocket ships, submerged in the ocean? eVolo Skyscrapers compiles 300 forward-looking projects, like buildings that incorporate robotics or are capable of flying...the next generation of big buildings.