Massimiliano Fuksas

Thursday, March 16, 2006

"Massimiliano Fuksas office since the 80's had started to play an important role in the European Architectural Content. Besides developing projects for all over the world, the theoretical reflection and innovation, were always running within the conceptual process. This way of thinking played a key role, directing, the 7th International Architectural Exhibition entitled "Less Aesthetics More Ethics" for the Venice Biennale 2000. All the clients for producing innovative architecture with new construction techniques, low cost and respected schedules had recognized his work. A component of architecture is to be inventive and strive for new creative ways of solving problems. Each project deserves to evolve form its peculiar circumstances and take on an appropriate form in response t the environment, function and urban context. The office won many awards, evidence of our comment to innovation, with many projects becoming the benchmark for the particular building type. Massimiliano has became renowned for his artistic and painterly freedom which he first addresses a project. He is at first an imagist - one who is able to liberate the first ideas into an explosion of line and color seemingly without so much of the mechanical process from mind to hand that often dilutes designs. His inspirations consistently show incredible diversity and his detailed personal awareness of experience results in a parallel obviousness to functionality. It is in this way that he succeeds as both an artist and a constructor. As an architect he is interested in the Process, the Transformation. From sketches to models, models to drawings, and drawings to built form, he differentiates between the exciting immediacy of 'process'- and the stagnant predictability evoked by the word 'progress'. Bored of the chronological linearity expected to a finite and static end result. This smacks of the modern scientific era, which has long passed. Our world has transformed into on which has multiple inputs, which change according to data flows, as unpredictable as that of water." to find out more...

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