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Showing posts with label worlds best architects. Show all posts
Showing posts with label worlds best architects. Show all posts

Sunday, 17 August 2014

ABOUT LA MODULOR

LA MODULORis about female proprotions etc in the grammar in architecture, Of course in history the mens body and mind has been the issue. For example who I studied in Paris was Le Corbusier Vitruvius etc The old grammar in Architecture I call my study LA MODULOR The study is based on observations om my own body and mind and space and time. To me art and architecture connect more and more on an deeper plane inside the human as archetypes I will problematize the research with this examples image of paintings of LA MODULOR (2013 ) but there is also connections in my architecture projects 


Representation on female apperance 2013 Painting in acrylic Agneta Eriksson Hilden




                                              The apperance of LE MODULOR 1945


I return to Le Corbousier Vitruvius and the old grammar in architecture in a future text what I found relevant for my own study and methods

Samuel Weber on Charles Sanders Peirce 2001
This interpretant is itself split. It operates by reffering to previously established interpretation, and hence is retropestive: but it also, at itself a sign, anticipates and depends upon subsbequent interpretations It is both retrospective and prospective. Considered abstractly, as an isolated process, this process of semiotic interpretation would be unlimited, and hence would, by itself, dissolve in total indetermination

Here the background from Pierce come very important for the relevans
Wikipedia September 10, 1839 – April 19, 1914) was an American philosopherlogicianmathematician, andscientist, sometimes known as "the father of pragmatism". He was educated as a chemist and employed as a scientist for 30 years. Today he is appreciated largely for his contributions to logic, mathematics, philosophy, scientific methodology, andsemiotics, and for his founding of pragmatism.An innovator in mathematics, statistics, philosophy, research methodology, and various sciences, Peirce considered himself, first and foremost, a logician. He made major contributions to logic, but logic for him encompassed much of that which is now called epistemology and philosophy of science. He saw logic as the formal branch of semiotics, of which he is a founder. As early as 1886 he saw that logical operations could be carried out by electrical switching circuits; the same idea that was used decades later to produce digital computers.[11]


                                                      The apperance of  Charles Sanders Peirce 

My further comments on this:

Movement in space and time
For ex you can measure the room with your sences You can feel the wall when you stand close to it It talks to our sences probably with material energy that is moving You can almost hear the sound of the wall More obviously appearance has for example a smell that can show you how to walk in the room etc It can give you a scheme how to move and then you also can make people move in a specific way with a smell in the room then its an method that can be developed by architects planning in space 
There is the wall and there is also the metaphor of the wall Two alike and different things In reality you can move in the room with your body and in your mind you can move with the metaphors in different way The metaphor has its own language and can appear in a semiotic way ( see Pierce ) I ts with the metaphor our senses and feelings mind and brain connects and effects with the wall. It’s a division of the thought-feeling-action-intelligence
This can turn in to a method with who we can learn and treansform in space and time
It is nearly connected to our bodies today Not necessary in a holistic view wich is more something you move forward to So you can create with metaphors many different rooms in your mind Every room can have different appaerence and play a differenr role in the research Then you also can fins what is rare, and there is where my interest are, by a excluding process
This is how a transformed the classic grammar into my female point of view Of course you have to know the rules first to change the whats in it Somehow Im sorry that he School only told part of the story when I was a student But we don’t have to repeat those mistakes for ex now when we write scripts and algoritms exploring the advanced technology around construction business for ex Fluid dynamics for ex how a drop of water affects an airplane wing But have to find limits how we can explore he female suggestions,to do it relevant I wont forget Queer etc

Other methods is for ex to study history of image letters language So to say semiotic and semantic that I think should be holistic point of view but for science you divide it


That’s whrere the images of a Bison in French caves wellknown in arthistory gives us a clou. I see the Bison on the wall of the cave as image and letters put together more like hieroglyphs Art is its own language With an own inner logic and grammar Architecture is also its own language, autonom. But today we find connections between them in metaphors in mind and that’s were the Bison and caves lead us. It ´s close connected to Homo Ludens
There is always something to split in the whole a method wellknown from postmodernism that we explore here


Digital version







There are some populistcs thougt about caves in postmodernism and archeologi today I think its necessary to find methods like this with LA MODULOR to explain the apperamce of the Bison today and to transform the old grammar of architecture to a more female statement. A balance with mens appearance in architecture and science etc, in the built society and materia etc from a womans point of veiw 



Otherwise we will create empty rooms.

Sunday, 19 January 2014

 Architectural work, artworks, books has been awarded and merited internationally over the years

 Selected examples


Freeze
Perspektiv
Svenska Dagbladet CITY
Politiken
Brutus Casa
Månadsjournalen
Svenska Dagbladet
HENNE interior
Dagens Industri
Designtidskriften FORM
Elle Interior
Arkitekttidningen
Blogs
communities
ONLINEGALLERIES
Saatchionlline
ARTSLANT

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

SELECTED WORK

CV AGNETA ERIKSSON HILDÉN


CV
för Agneta Eriksson Hildén 5903287620

Skyttevägen 18 A
13336 Saltsjöbaden
Stockholm,
Sweden

info@cinearchitecture.com

Homepage

http://filepublishing.blogspot.se/

Profile at
LinkedIn


Education

Natural Science College 1978

Royal Institute
of Technology Architecture 1978-1985

Thesis in Paris
1985 at the Swedish Institute on abstractions in the architectural room

University College of Arts Craft and Design Painting 1984

Nackademien Education
on 3 D MAYA Software bl a 2004

Royal Institute
of Art Architecture School
Romantic 2006

Several courses
in economic, business in Construction, Art and Architecture 1978 2012




Employee

Sundell arkitektgrupp 1981-1984

Kindergarten
Housing
Villas


Lundqvist och Bergkranz 1986

Renovation of
typical City house in Stockholm
from 1901,
Office in Stockholm


Malmqvist och Skoog 1988-1989

Offices
Sturegallerian
Public bath

WHITE 1990

Several competitions
Arena


Own business 1993-

CINE arkitektur CEO
owner 2005 -

Private persons
Interior design
Renovation of a
church


CreFAST AB coowner development Real estate 2006 -

Architect
developer, a Master plan with 1500 apartments, service etc near the sea, to be
built
Architect
developer, student houses outside Stockholm
early stage


FILE Publishing CEO owner 2006 -

Publishing audio
files on debate on architecture Thinking out Loud.


Eriksson & Ronnefalk Publishing House CEO coowner 1996 - 2004

Editing and
publishing books on architecture art and philosophy


Architectural
Competitions in Sweden
and Internationally

Fatbursparken
1987 Central Park in Stockholm

Helsingfors Park
2005 Park in Helsinki

Townlibrery in
Stockholm 2006

Culture Center in Helsingör Danmark 2007

Several living
houses competitions internationally 1987-2012

House for a
Parish in Lund 1996




Exhibitions with my ,paintings, Art in Sweden
and Internationally


Kvinnohuset 1990

Copenhagen Industrien
1991

Separatutställning
Galleri Strömbom 1992

Galleri Mejan 2006

Swop Art Gallery 2011

Curated for a collection by Rebecca Wilson at
saatchionline 2012


Eriksson &
Ronnefalk Publishing House

Villa Spies,
1996 author Mikael Askergren

Bengt Edman, Complete
works 1998 editing

”Den sista bilden” author Sven Olof
Wallenstein

Several other
published pamphlets etc



Architectural
Competition in Sweden
and International

Fatbursparken
1987 Central Park in Stockholm

Helsingfors Park 2005 Park in Helsinki

Townlibrery in
Stockholm 2006

Culture Center in Helsingör Danmark 2007

Several living
houses competitions internationally 1987-2012

House for a
Parish in Lund Stockholm 1996