Simpozion CSAU bostenaru

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Simpozion CSAU bostenaru

  1. 1. GREEN WALLS AND TEXTILES Maria BOSTENARU DAN
  2. 2. Overview  Introduction  Textile as architecture and landscape architecture surface – typologies  Application  Conclusions
  3. 3. Textile as architecture and landscape architecture surface - typologies  Textile paradigm  Deleuze  Wand und Gewand (wall and cloth)  Viollet-le-Duc (tectonica)  Semper: Wand/Gewand  John Ruskin  Textile as support for plants  On buildings  In landscape  tbc
  4. 4. Textile as support for plants  On buildings  Tapestry  Living wall  classifications  Green facade/living wall  Planter boxes/felt layers  Modular/grid/planter/moss  Biowall (interior) – our projects  In landscape  Garbage deposit (Rhine, Emscher)  Ash dumps
  5. 5. Roof tiles inspired from carpets in the townhall of Kiskunfélegyháza, Hungary, 1909. Photo: M. Bostenaru, 2006
  6. 6. Media projection on the façade of the Christmas Market in Bucharest. Photo: M. Bostenaru, 2013
  7. 7. Caixa green wall in Madrid by night. Photo: M. Bostenaru, 2014
  8. 8. Art Nouveau tapestry in an interior in Milan. Photo: M. Bostenaru, 2011
  9. 9. Modell of the Rhine reintegration to the city of Karlsruhe project. Photo: M. Bostenaru, 2006.
  10. 10. Application  L Aquila – emergency architecture – pocket parks on empty lots  Climate change – Imre Makovecz (inclined surfaces / sod roofs)  Patterns through geotextiles
  11. 11. Green dome by Imre Makovecz in Visegrad. Modell in the 2014 exhibition at the opening of Vigadó. Photo: M. Bostenaru, 2014
  12. 12. Conclusions  Green walls, natural and artificial – ornament  Metaphor of carpet  19th century > 20th century  Weaving as basis for growing > Deleuze  Tested applicability for emergency housing
  13. 13. Acknowledgements  DOMUS Scholarship, Robert Kabai, Corvinus University Budapest
  14. 14. Vă mulţumesc!

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