“Beginnings are awesome.”
Embracing the disciplines of both traditional architecture and new technologies.
“Nowadays, architects plan the life-cycle of a building over a period of years, or even decades,” says forward-thinking architect and entrepreneur, Marvin Bratke.
“The challenge is to create an experience that is as immersive as possible.”
Such is the incredible speed of evolution in the mass timber construction industry, says XLam’s Head of Pre-Construction Services, John Eastwood.
“What people say they want might not be what they really mean,” says Chahid Kairouz, Architect and Managing Director of Melbourne’s C. Kairouz Architects.
Thomas has always been attracted to “everything that resembles living creatures or what is considered oddity.
“I pick up old obsessions of architecture and try to read them through the lens of the new technologies we have today".
“It began as an effort to capture the way light affects space; to try and keep it or hold it still before it vanished.”
“To put it in musical terms, my approach is more like a music producer than a sound engineer. The main goal is a great jam session with the people I work with: design teams, artists, architects and other creatives.”
“It’s been a bit like the spiral path of an object being pulled into a black hole, each step bringing me closer to what I do now,” says London-based artist and designer, Moritz Waldemeyer.
“I’m in transition and I love it. I’m a maker. Perhaps one day I will call myself an architect. We’ll see,” says Niccolo Casas, Principal and Founder of Niccolo Casas Architecture and Lecturer at Rhode Island School of Design.