Tall Building Esthetics

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Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
This photomontage shows anthropomorphic sculptures transformed in high rise buildings projected in the cityscape of New York (USA).
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_0995.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
This photomontage shows anthropomorphic sculptures transformed in high rise buildings projected in the cityscape of New York (USA).
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_0996.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
This photomontage shows anthropomorphic sculptures transformed in high rise buildings projected in the cityscape of New York (USA).
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_0997.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
This photomontage shows a classical victory sculpture transformed in a high rise building facing the Eiffel tower in Paris (France).
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_0998.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
This photomontage shows a classical victory sculpture transformed in a high rise building facing the Eiffel tower in Paris (France).
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_0999.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
This photomontage shows a classical victory sculpture transformed in a high rise building with the cityscape of New York (USA) in the background.
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_1000.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
This photomontage shows a classical victory sculpture transformed in a high rise building with the cityscape of New York (USA) in the background.
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1997
Here a photomontage of a tall building created with the method for Stacked Concrete Boxes is shown with the the Arc de Triomphe (Paris, France) in the back ground.
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
Here a design for a ‘portico’ high rise.
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_1004.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
Here a design for a ‘portico’ high rise.
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_1005.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.
Here a design for a ‘portico’ high rise creating a square.
Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
260409_1006.jpg
Year:1997
In his quest for a less conventional approach to urban architecture, Friedman suggested for tall buildings to be seen as mega sculptures.
Friedman made ​​this proposal at a conference on high-rise buildings in London in 1997.

Themes: - irregular shapes
- esthetics
- quirky configurations
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis