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  • farshid MOUSSAVI
    cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

    Farshid Moussavi is Principal of Farshid Moussavi Architecture in London. Her firm, founded in 2011, specializes in projects that integrate architecture, urbanism, and landscape design. Her current work includes the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, Ohio, and a Quran Museum in Tehran. Moussavi is Professor in Practice at the Harvard GSD and was a founding partner in the award-winning firm Foreign Office Architects (FOA), established after it won the competition to build the Yokohama International Ferry Terminal in Japan in 1995.

    farshid MOUSSAVI, “Style Agency”
    Thursday, 10/25
    6.30 pm / Piper Auditorium, Gund Hall
    Harvard GSD
    48 Quincy St.
    Cambridge, MA

  • farshid MOUSSAVI
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Farshid Moussavi, an internationally acclaimed architect and professor of architecture at Harvard University, will speak on Monday, April 9. As founder and principal of Farshid Moussavi Architecture, she is working on a wide range of prestigious international projects integrating architecture, urbanism, and landscape design, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland, and a Quran Museum in Tehran.

    farshid MOUSSAVI
    Monday, 04/09
    6.00 pm / Higgins Hall
    Pratt Institute
    61 St. James Place
    brooklyn, NEW YORK 11205

  • the function of form
    london ENGLAND

    amazon.com: farshid MOUSSAVI’s the function of form explores the production of singular affects through systems that relate form and content. this is an essential graphic manual on structural systems and their capacity to produce a variety of forms. extracting their base geometric unit, a wide range of historical projects from the medieval to the present are used as systems to proliferate different forms. the book distinguishes tessellation from modulation as a type of flexible system for producing complex repetition through diverse parts. the research presented aims to move architectural experiments away from ‘mechanistic’ notions of systems for re-producing forms, to ‘machinic’ notions of systems that determine how parts of an architectural problem interrelate and multiply. This open nature of transversal systems leads to new actualized forms and novel affects.

  • phylogenesis foa's ark
    2004

    actar: phylogenesis is structured as a reflection on the work that foreign office architects (FOA) has produced during its first 10 years of practice…[CONT]

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