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Tadao ando

  1. 1. Tadao Ando<br />My Inspiration<br />
  2. 2. Tadao Ando’s Concept<br />Process of design is not broken down into stages <br />He believes that everything has to be done by hands, because he doesn’t believe in systematization and modernization<br />Ando looks at abstract spaces as not abstract spaces by searching on those spaces for the original form of space <br />Born in 1941 in Osaka<br />Did not go to university after high school<br />Was self-educated as he grew up in a craftsman like environment<br />In high school he discovered that he likes sketch<br />Attended a drawing school<br />Had a mission not only to pursue superficial comforts but to examine what has been discarded in the process of economic growth and seek what are essential to human dwelling<br />The selection of material in result is the purification of space into spatial essence<br />
  3. 3. Concept Of Dwelling<br /><ul><li>The way he connects his building with the natural environment
  4. 4. The form that he gives life to abstract spaces, the transformation of it
  5. 5. The strong material that he uses and yet give us that soft texture
  6. 6. The experience that each and everyone has had when ever passing through one of his work
  7. 7. The stamp that he leaves on each of his work such as concrete, free flowing kind of places, abstract not abstract, the nature inside out the place
  8. 8. The strong filosophy behind every building that he has produced</li></li></ul><li>Light is the origin of all being, light gives every moment new of form of being and new inter relationships to things, and architecture condenses light to its most concise being. The creation of space in architecture is simply the condensation and purification of the power of light. <br />
  9. 9. Tadao Ando’s Inspiration<br />The massive concrete structures<br />Bringing the outside in relationship<br /><ul><li>The places he viisted such as temples, shrines and tea house in Kyoto and Nara
  10. 10. Studied architecture by looking at building, and understand why there design in such a way, reading books about them
  11. 11. Got interested in architecture when he was 15, bought Le corbusier’s book and started tracing all of his drawing a number of times
  12. 12. In 1969 he started formulating his idea of design after the many visits he did in different countries
  13. 13. winner of many prestigous architectural awards, for example Carlsberg Prize (1992), Pritzker Prize (1995), PraemiumImperiale (1996), Gold Medal of Royal Institute of British Architects (1997) and now is one of the most highly respected architect in the world, influencing an entire generation of students.</li></li></ul><li>THE END<br />EINDE<br />FIM<br />AKHIR<br />TEAOC<br />FIN<br />