Month: June 2014

Dear London

                                              Dear London   Vere Van Gool   What significance does color hold? Colour guides abstraction, in that sense its ridiculously important as a […]

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The Lung of Phnom Penh

                              The Lung of Phnom Penh   Maya Laitinen The Lung of Phnom Penh” is sited at one of the urban lakes in the capital of Cambodia. It has recently been […]

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AA Diploma Honours

                                                              Diploma Honours   A Selection of work from the 2014 AA Diploma Honours. Diploma […]

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Ikebana Architecture

                          Ikebana Architecture   Junya Ishigami   “to integrate architecture and landscape in a novel way” “The formula architecture + landscape generally makes people think of a building which is located within specific […]

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Drawings as things In and of Themselves.

      Drawings, in general and architectural drawings specifically, span an array of definitions. They remain primary to the work of the architect but are not innocent, protecting a range of biases and conceits. While highly visible, these representational ‘partners in crime’ remain in […]

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A Garden for Fantasy

                              A Garden for Fantasy  Shaan Patel The imagery is crafted with the intent of using the Images as diagrams rather than simple perspectival views. The images try to convey the absurdity […]

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Project Little Architect

                               Project Little Architect Little Architects  Little Architect is an education and research platform part of the Visiting School based at the Architectural Association in London. They teach Architecture and Sustainability in […]

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Chambers of Colour

                            Chambers of Colour   Kieran Thomas Wardle  Wardle is a RIBA Part II Architect @ Alma-nac Collaborative Architecture, Masters graduate of Unit 12 at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Guest critic […]

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An Uncanny Realism

                                      An Uncanny Realism   Yukiko Suto   “Suto walks around different neighborhoods and photographs images that catch her eye. She then uses the photographs as a […]

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AA Final Jury 2014

Greenhouse Perspective Shaan Patel__Intermediate13_AA School of Architecture                                                                             […]

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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Pine City Peter Cook KooZA/rch had the privilege of attending the opening of the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy and below are a selection of drawings and paintings we selected as a sneak peak for you. The exhibition will open to the public on the […]

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