Month: September 2016

An Architectural Polemic_The Micro-Community

An Architectural Polemic_The Micro-Community Jordan Whitewood-Neal Project Responding to the abandoned nature of Ramsgates former Pleasurama site, Micro-community acts as an architectural polemic against conventional urban development. Through the exploration of mycelium, the roots of fungus, and it’s growth, characteristics, and materialistic possibilities in construction components, […]

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The Modernist Risograph

The Modernist Risograph Josephin Ritschel Josephin is an illustrator, living and working in Berlin. Her complex risograph illustrations portray modernist homes from the likes of Prouvé, Neutra and Bo Bardi. Ritschels’ work has been published on numerous books and magazine including The New York Times, Nobrow, Thames and Hudson, […]

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In Context_The New Bauhaus Museum

In Context_The New Bauhaus Museum Luigi Maisto Project The project proposal for the new Bauhaus museum was created by the history of project, urban park on the corner of Friedrichstrasse and Kavalierstraße, a few kilometers from the headquarters of the Bauhaus school. This park However, […]

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The City as A Strange Story

The City as A Strange Story Dominic Dickens Interview Who influences you graphically? Graphically i’m influenced by a mixture of precedents and influences. In terms of visual representations, Neoclassicist etcher Piranesi influences my work through his atmospheric portrayals of Rome and and etchings of imagined city ruins. […]

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Responding to Manhattanville

Responding to Manhattanville Barbara Gheno Becker  Project The housing projects were done under the courageous believe that the architect could solve social issues by design. There was an utopian attempt in this gesture, which was full of hope and confidence on the architect. This utopia […]

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An Atlas of Imagination

An Atlas of Imagination Luca Galofaro Interview How did this project begin? The first photo montages representing the space and the moon were done for my thesis graduation 25 years ago,in order to describe some ideas that I wouldn’t be able to represent through drawing. This […]

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Creating Surreal and Retro-Futuristic Worlds

Creating Surreal and Retro-Futuristic Worlds Karen Lynch Using old school scissors and glue, Karen creates surreal and retro-futuristic worlds using vintage magazines and books found at thrift stores and markets. She loves the process of juxtaposing 2 or more disparate images and transforming them into […]

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The Developed Surface

The Developed Surface Max van der Westerlaken Project The project revolves around the translation of the social conditions of a self-invented extended family into a house. In this, the studio – themed the Art of the Plan – focussed on the relation between the plan […]

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A (Contemporary) Factory As It Might Be

A (Contemporary) Factory As It Might Be  Sam Yaghmaei   Designing a new productive building based on William Morris’s utopian vision of a future England. Interview Who influences you graphically? While also paying close attention to my fellow students and colleagues, famous architects, photographers, and […]

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The Archetype of the Vertical Dendrophilia

The Archetype of the Vertical Dendrophilia Jacopo Nori “The archetype of the vertical dendrophilia” I was asked to participate in an exhibition that had as general theme “the nature”.I worked on which are for me the most representing nature elements, selecting a variety of vegetation […]

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