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THE BI BLOG on Control

THE BI BLOG on Control
Courtesy of THE BI BLOG
Courtesy of THE BI BLOG

One topic with two points of view, THE BI BLOG recently proposed a discussion on the topic of control. Featuring two distinctly different buildings, Georgia Tech’s recently renovated Hinman Research Building by Office dA in association with Lord, Aeck & Sargent, and Berthold Lubetkin’s London Zoo Penguin Pool, the contributors share their points of view on an architect’s ability to control or not control their buildings, from conduit to how a penguin uses a space.

THE BI BLOG‘s full article on Control can be found here.

The BI BLOG presents a new form of collaborative design writing. Eschewing the single author, each thematic exchange presents, in tandem, two unique points of view on a single architectural topic, opening up a dialog between an ever expanding pool of designers, theorists, critics and curators (comments from readers are also encouraged).

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Cite: Kelly Minner. "THE BI BLOG on Control" 27 Feb 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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