Another MFA for your reading pleasure!! Richard Meier ┬áRichard Meier set up his practise in 1963, and by 1972 he was labelled as one of the ‘New York Five’. A firm believer in Le Corbussier’s design ideals which is reflected in his work along with hints of Mies Van Der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright. … Continue reading


So I haven’t posted in a while, I’ve been a little busy with things and for that I apologise ­čśŽ But I’m here now so do not dismay!! Here goes No.5 Zaha Hadid One of the most prominent female architects ever Zaha Hadid has conquered what is supposedly “a man’s world”. Recipient of the Sterling … Continue reading


Two in the same day!!! EXCITING!!!!! This is another one of my favourite architects and one of the lesser known ones on this list, a true genius and someone who I’d love to work for in the future, so if you’re reading this Josh gimme a call!! ANYWAY Joshua Prince-Ramus Joshua Prince-Ramus founded OMA New … Continue reading


Ok so these aren’t really going to have any structure by the looks of it and this is the perfect example of that as I have TWO architects….Sorta buy one get one free!!! Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron Herzog and de Meuron are a Swiss based architectural firm, that concentrate mainly on the experimental … Continue reading


BIG's People's Building in Shanghai China

Ok this might turn into more of a personal rant than a useful learning tool but hey-ho. Bjarke Ingels Bjarke Ingels is a young architect from Denmark, he set up BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) in 2006 and has won many awards and architectural competitions with his innovative, sustainable designs. Ok now for the rant. Below … Continue reading

My Favourite Architects (MFA) I

I’ve decide to create a list and profile of all my favourite Architects, I’m probably going to be doing these one-a-day for the first week then down to one a week, but hopefully it will give other students or anyone interested in Architecture a list of great Architects to explore. And who better to start … Continue reading