About the Book
Small booklet describing the temporary Carnaval stalls in Oranjestad in Aruba 2010.
Selected images with accompanying analytical axonometric drawings and hand drawn sketches describing the taxonomy, elements, composition, decor, themes and variations, exemplifying local craft and ingenuity, clever recycling and re-appropriation of found materials, all lovingly assembled and lining the parade route for about three weeks in the spring.
Features & Details
- Category Architecture
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jan 17, 2011
- Tags transient structures, small structures, ABC islands, shade structures, adaptive reuse, small structure, architecture, theory, temporal, analysis, theoretical, recycled, shelters, festive, re-appropriation, Oranjestad, island, colorful, stalls, Carnival, Carnaval, Aruba, Caribbean, flexibility, mobility, caravan, trailers, mobile, platforms, dance, spectator, viewing, route, parade, party, celebration, shade, temporary, shelter, structures, study, craft, festival, quirky, quaint, picturesque, pictures, photography
Trained at Royal Institute of Technology, Architecture, Royal College of Art, Furniture Design, Stockholm Sweden, Architectural Association School of Architecture, London England, Cornell University, Ithaca NY, Taught at Cornell University, University of Texas at Austin, Rice University, University of Florida, Curtin University and University of Western Australia, Palladian Institute of Architecture, Vicenza, Italy, University of Miami, Florida International University, Miami FL J MIKAEL KAUL ARCHITECT INC, Miami FL , President & CEO KAULIUM, Miami, FL, Founder, President of the Board