Month: November 2015

Expressing Daily Sensorial Experiences

    Expressing Daily Sensorial Experiences Romain Guigo   Interview Who influences you graphically? During my 5 years of studying I was really interested in Belgian artists and architects. I was particularly intrigued by the collages of Office KGDVS’s, Bas Smets’s ‘large scale’ drawings, and also DVVT […]

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Colour Matters

Allen Jones: Colour Matters, Marlborough Fine Art, courtesy the artist and Marlborough Fine Art, London.   Allen Jones: Colour Matters, Marlborough Fine Art, courtesy the artist and Marlborough Fine Art, London.     Allen Jones: Colour Matters, Marlborough Fine Art, courtesy the artist and Marlborough Fine Art, London. […]

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The Architecture of Captured Ideas

The Architecture of Captured Ideas Erik Johansson     Interview You mention never using stock photography in order to have complete control over your images. Where do you take most of your photographs? Germany or do you travel around? Most of my pictures are taken […]

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Drawing Something Beyond Reality

    Drawing Something Beyond Reality  Fuzz Atelier_Daniele Zerbi   Interview Who influences you graphically? I am mainly influenced by those artists who have contributed to shift the paradigm of figurative language, the avant-garde of the early twentieth century like the Bauhaus de Stijl and Russian Constructivism. I […]

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Lego Space Planning

Lego Space Planning Rodrigo Castro Peñalva Interview Who influences you graphically? I tend to like more drawings from past times than contemporary architecture or art. I usually find myself saving a lot of b&w CAD drawings because I think they are intrinsic to architecture and […]

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An Architecture for Marubi’s People

An Architecture for Marubi’s People Marson Korbi, Michelangelo Manzari, Raffaella Dicuonzo, Nicoletta Azzariti, Eliana Ferrara Our work explores the city of Scutari in northern Albania. Landscape, nature, hydrological system and historical architecture were the main areas of study our project developed. The city is not […]

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Re-Enacting through Time and Movement

Re-Enacting through Time and Movement Carmine Errico  Eppur Si Muove “Eppur si muove”, is a research about animation of architectural drawings. The research explores the possibility to revitalize the drawings through GIF animation inlcuding time and movement. Through isolated movement of part of image I […]

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Reclaiming The Expressivity of Hand Drawings

Reclaiming The Expressivity of Hand Drawings Iñigo Esteban Marina, Carlos Gamarra Cortina, Galo Sanchez Sanchez & Carlota Álvarez Guzmán Project Trade has always marked the path towards the Bosphorus polis.
It ́s no coincidence that this geographical border has been taken by a city that has […]

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The Building as Not Just an Artefact

The Building as Not Just an Artefact Rosa Rogina Project_Coral Frontiers: Towards a Post-Military Landscape Coral Frontiers is a proposal for a new infrastructure for coral regeneration on the Island of Diego Garcia. The project stretches beyond the scale of the island. It is also […]

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Capturing the Narrative of Two Realities

Capturing the Narrative of Two Realities  Archmospheres_Marc Goodwin & Cecilia Galera Interview What dictates your choice of staging your portrayal of architecture and its elements? (in terms of angle,  inhabited or not, detail, light)  To answer that question, I’d have to split myself in two, and […]

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Aphasia

Aphasia Rebecca Ward_ London, 9 October – 5 December 2015 at Ronchini Gallery  ronchinigallery.com. Interview You reference minimalism, abstract art, post-war Italian art and Arte Povera, however is there a particular artist who has significantly influenced your work? I really adore the work of Agnes Martin […]

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Ad Hoc Architectural Thought

Article and Illustrations for Shht Magazine, Ad Hoc Architectural Thought non_O Interview non_O_Jonathan Robert Maj Who influences you graphically? My eyes are restlessly, compulsively looking for stimulating visuals. I draw inspiration from various fields and disciplines that are not necessarily intertwined or logically linked, if not […]

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Re-defining The Architectural Element

Re-defining The Architectural Element ANTNA & Ecotono Urban: Diego Rivero Borrell_Santiago Arroyo_Pedro Cabrero_Oswaldo Zurita Interview Who influences you graphically? We had found some of the best graphic representation in architecture blogs made by many anonymous creators. As a park proposal, our graphical method was focused on giving […]

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