By Sir Peter Cook
Organised into nine elements that spotlight a variety of architectural factors, akin to ‘Architecture as Theatre’, ‘Stretching the Vocabulary’ and ‘The urban of enormous and Small’, the workbook offers inspiring key issues for readers to take their cue from while beginning a layout. causes conceal a wide-range of labor that epitomise the topic. those comprise ancient and Modernist examples, issues saw on the street, paintings through present leading edge architects and from Cook’s personal wealthy archive, weaving jointly a wealthy and colourful visible scrapbook of the standard and the architectural, and previous and present.
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But lest we forget, many of the instincts and enthusiasms of the projects I and my Archigram colleagues developed starting in the 1960s were identical to those of the priests of British High-Tech: Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, Nicholas Grimshaw and Michael Hopkins – our contemporaries and (in broad terms) our allies. There is a shared enthusiasm for working parts, the expression of joints, bolts or the use of steel and aluminium and a closeness to such engineers as Peter Rice, Frank Newby, Tony Hunt and Ted Happold.
Linguistically, there was a certain follow-on of forms: nodding in the direction of ‘liquidity’ and having curving, sweeping profiles. In a gentler way, this commonality of form emerging from a process could recall the mood of the Archigram period where a vocabulary emerged that seemed a very natural evocation of the spirit of the ideas. So now it was as if the motive and the mood led you in a childlike dream towards a wonderful and silky world with the syrupy fuel slithering down its trailing form.
His vocabulary has become a tugged and stretched and sometimes suppurating world from which there is no escape into repose. Ironically he attaches such a world to known programmes, and since I do not believe him to be a charlatan, I accept that his ideas are for buildable, usable form. That for him the digitally driven process is dominant and must adhere to a certain morality (or consistency) of procedure, sets it into a tradition, without being formally traditional. In that sense, my own explorations have their basis within a certain anarchy but are, by comparison, well mannered, even narrow.
Architecture Workbook: Design through Motive by Sir Peter Cook