OASE #91: “Building Atmosphere” With Peter Zumthor and Juhani Pallasmaa

Courtesy of OASE

In OASE’s 91st editionBuilding Atmospheres, the elusive craft of creating, capturing and understanding ‘atmosphere’ in architecture is explored in a carefully chosen collection of themed essays by Peter ZumthorJuhani Pallasmaa and philosopher . Zumthor, famous for his 1996 text Atmospheres, identifies and discusses “a series of themes that play a role in his work in achieving architectonic atmosphere”. Alongside this, the OASE team have visited his studio and interviewed him about the current relevance of his writing and how he captures ‘atmosphere’ in his design process. 

Giveaway Winners: Ten copies of ‘How to Make a Japanese House’

Last week, thanks to the courtesy of NAi Publishers, we gave you the chance to win 10 copies of: How to Make a Japanese House. To participate, we asked you to answer the following question:

What is the home ideal Japanese clients long for when requesting an architect to build them a single-family house?

After more than 100 comments, we now have the winners: Isabella Mancini, James Amaya, PJ Far, Josh Graham, Seth Elsworth, Deborah Brooks, Anitha Deshamudre, Cindy Casey, Matthew Conway, and Electra Chong. Congratulations to the winners, you will be contacted through your emails. Thanks everyone for participating and stay alert… more giveaways to come!