EBNETER CONCEPT ART, Organic Architecture
Organic architecture is a philosophy of architecture which promotes harmony between human habitation and the natural world. This is achieved through design approaches that aim to be sympathetic and well-integrated with a site, so buildings, furnishings, and surroundings become part of a unified, interrelated composition. (Wikipedia).
We attended for one year the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Arizona. We do Organic Architecture-Projects in open landscapes or cityscapes to fit the building in harmony withinin the surounding.
The term "organic architecture" was coined by Frank Lloyd Wright (1867–1959), though never well-articulated by his cryptic style of writing:So here I stand before you preaching organic architecture: declaring organic architecture to be the modern ideal and the teaching so much needed if we are to see the whole of life and to now serve the whole of life, holding no traditions essential to the great TRADITION. Nor cherishing any preconceived form fixing upon us either past, present, or future, but instead exalting the simple laws of common sense or of super-sense if you prefer determining form by way of the nature of materials.
Project 1: House on the beach. Pre-project, personal project. Theme/inspiration: The sea and flat landscape in Australia.
Project 2: Cliff-House on the sea. Pre-project, personal project. Theme/inspiration: The sea is 24m (80 feet) below and a steep, rocky cliff in California.
Project 3: Small-House. Pre-project, personal project. Theme/inspiration: Tiny house and the architecture of Richard Neutra and Frank Lloyd Wright's usonian house design. Project in countryside of Switzerland.
Monona Terrace Convention Center, Madison. Frank Lloyd Wright. At this project we were working as draftsman at the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in the year 1993. It was built from the designplan of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Principles for the planing of organic architecture:
- be inspired by nature and be sustainable, healthy, conserving, and diverse.
- unfold, like an organism, from the seed within.
- exist in the "continuous present" and "begin again and again".
- follow the flows and be flexible and adaptable.
- satisfy social, physical, and spiritual needs.
- "grow out of the site" and be unique.
- celebrate the spirit of youth, play, and surprise.
- express the rhythm of music and the power of dance.Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright.