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mor·pho·sis

(mōr-fō'sis),
Mode of development of a part.
[G. formation, act of forming]

morphosis

(môr-fō′sĭs)
n. pl. morpho·ses (-sēz)
The manner in which an organism or any of its parts changes form or undergoes development.

mor·pho·sis

(mōr-fō'sis)
Mode of development of a part.
[G. formation, act of forming]
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(9.) Thom Mayne and George Wagner, Thom Mayne, Sixth Street Residence (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1989), 50.
En 2005, la Empresa Municipal de la Vivienda (EMV) selecciono al arquitecto norteamericano Thom Mayne, ganador ese mismo ano del premio Pritzker, para la construccion de 141 viviendas sociales sustentables en el Ensanche de Carabanchel, conjunto que se inauguro en 2008.
For another, the inclusion of such compelling talents as Zaha Hadid, Toyo Ito, Thom Mayne, Jean Nouvel and Alvaro Siza, in addition to those already mentioned, drives home the show's main point.
Como si necesitaramos otra confirmacion de que el posmodernismo ha muerto, aparece en Los Angeles un edificio que lo proclama con cien mil toneladas de acero y cristal: el Caltrans 7 (California Department of Transportation, District 7) de Thom Mayne. A los 61 anos, con la reputacion de nino terrible aun intacta, el creador de la firma Morphosis y fundador de SCI-arc (Southern California Institute of Architecture) recibe, ademas, la consagracion del Premio Pritzker 2005.
The designs by Zaha Hadid, who is London-based and one of the darlings of the industry, and by Thom Mayne of Morphosis in Los Angeles, Calif., are startling sculptural formations that have been likened to supersonic spaceships.
The man is director Small's father, futurist and architect Glen Small, who despite a scattering of major work over 30 years, and prominence as a founding member of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, never received the same recognition as his contemporaries Frank Gehry and Thom Mayne. Director Small draws attention to her father's work (the impetus for making the movie was Glen Small's request that his daughter write his biography), but pie's also a gentle probing of a tender emotional realm.
Los arquitectos que forman parte en el proyecto son el aleman Daniel Libeskind: los estadunidenses Thom Mayne, Tod Williams y Phillip Johnson; el frances Jean Nouvel, el austriaco Wolf Prix, la china Billi Tsien, el japones Toyo Ito; los mexicanos Enrique Norten y Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon; la espanola Carmen Pinos y el irani Zaha Hadid.
The Bloomberg Center was designed by Pritzker Prize-winng architect Thom Mayne of Morphosis Architects.
After a career in art and design that included stints working for the architect Thom Mayne and designer Dror Benshetrit, Courbet decided to open the store, which she says "reflects a personality or lifestyle that touches me." She adds, "We're not selling things for value that may appreciate; we're selling things for our client to appreciate their value."
Wallpaper* had the following to say on the Design Awards: “This year, our panel of super-savvy international judges included Victoria Beckham, Spike Jonze, Thaddeus Ropac, Michael Chow, Ron Gilad and Thom Mayne who were responsible for selecting the 11 major award winners.”
Designed by Thom Mayne to reflect Cooper Union's reputation as Wa centre for advanced education and research, its interior vertical piazza features a 6m-wide staircase that rises from the ground-floor lobby, up four storeys, to a glass skylight.
The courthouse, designed by Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne, could possibly have been a one-off project, not to be repeated - a result of a unique confluence of U.S.