Entries by Pascale Vonier

#IMADETHAT @NYIT Nicholas Soniprasad

Nicholas Soniprasad is a student at New York Institute of Technology, School of Architecture and Design. Here he talks to us about his midterm project for ARCH-291 Parametric Design with professor Jason Van Nest. How did you create this project? I first sketched the design out on paper and then generated a 3D model in Rhino using […]

Architects Make an Ocean Out of a Million Plastic Balls

Snarkitecture, the Brooklyn architecture studio known for its monochromatic aesthetic, designed the “beach” as part of the National Building Museum’s interactive installation series. You could think of it as the answer to the annual Serpentine Galleries’ pavilion program, which taps an architect to design an imaginative outdoor structure. Last year Bjarke Ingels constructed a wooden […]

Architects’ Choice: Design Books

Architectural education introduces students to a trove of reference materials that aim to influence how they think about design. But which ones are worth a coveted spot on the bookshelf? We asked six architects plus a few ARCHITECT staffers who studied architecture or engineering to share the texts they’ve held onto and why. José Alvarez, AIA […]