Month: February 2017

Exploring Architectural Temporality

Exploring Architectural Temporality   Kevin Biot, Lena Lo Gatto, Adrien Lagarrigue and Matthieu Butts Project This project is a strategic and architectural project for occupation of empty spaces into the St-Jacques quarter in the city of Perpignan. It’s a social answer to needs of local population, […]

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An Architectural Medicine

An Architectural Medicine Ada Tache Project The images started as an answer of how we can still find joy in the simple things, even though technology overwhelms us nowadays and we tend to lose contact with our human side. Therefore, this is more an exploration […]

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A Defensive Incubator

A Defensive Incubator Ayo Rosanwo Project This project was provoked by an event which occurred during the summer of 2016, involving the fatal shooting of Philando castile filmed and streamed live by his girlfriend on Facebook. I was particularly interested in the empowerment she felt […]

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The Fractured Movement

The Fractured Movement Zean Mair-MacFarlane Project All the conceptual drawings I produce are inspired by one common thread. That thread is fractures. It may be from ones culture, our communities, politics, emotions or even architecture itself.  But how does one represent such an abstract subject? The word “fractures” is a little […]

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A Journey of Experiences

A Journey of Experiences Marco De Vincentiis & Emanuel Falappa Project The Trans-Siberian is the route where continuous experiences and paths create connections between reality and physically distant places. It ‘s the journey that makes this possible, that elevates the Trans-Siberian has no mere link, but as […]

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Sloughland_Colour is Life

Sloughland_Colour is Life Charles McLaughlin Project “Dear Chief Secretary, I’m afraid there is no money. Kind regards- and good luck!” Liam Byrne, Chief Secretary to the Treasury,Labour 2010 Sloughland is a community-led housing scheme that was a reaction to a controversial planning proposal in Slough, […]

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Architecture and the Mundane

Architecture and the Mundane Kyle McMindes   A series of collages and stories regarding everyday activities and imaginative built responses.     The Cabinet that Feeds Staring blankly into the kitchen cupboards. He has risen from his bed in the room adjacent, hoping some undefinable […]

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That Can Only Mean One Thing

That Can Only Mean One Thing Paul Mosley & Juan Andres Suarez Project _ First Prize of 2016 How to Architecture! competition The Social Age jolts architecture into a precarious state because its omnipresence forces architecture to take a position: to either actively engage or resist the relational forces […]

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Informalising Footscray

Informalising Footscray Tahj Rosmarin and James Connor Project The thesis aims at investigating the interstices and overlaps between formal and informal urbanism. Historically, research into this field has typically been concerned with the ‘upgrading’ or ‘improving’ of the informal. This thesis provides a counterpoint outlook […]

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Where Representation Meets Reality

Where Representation Meets Reality Alberto Spinella & Massimo Tenan Project During the last years hostels have earned great popularity due to their cheapness, but mainly thanks to the many possibilities they give to their young guests in order to spend time in the common spaces […]

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Imagination As Research

Imagination As Research James Basey Project An example of imagination as research, this body of work formally explores what would happen if fragments of Nolli’s 1784 Pianta Grande di Roma were to return to disturb the modern developer city. Scattered and suspended amongst the existing […]

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Where Form Makes The Historic Continuum

Where Form Makes The Historic Continuum Emmanuelle Agustoni, Benoît Jacques & Matthieu Perin Project The Laguna Veneta is an enclosed archipelago in the Adriatic Sea. An archipelago is a collection of natural and artificial islands set on a uniform surface that both unites and divides […]

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Man’s Madness and the Contemporary City

Man’s Madness and the Contemporary City Nest VanDenken Untitled landscapes, started in 2015, is a running project to collect 225 (maybe more) little square drawings: every drawing is a sort of framed view of imaginary skylines of possible cities, unreal geometric landscapes and ambiguous scenery. […]

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The Object and Daily Life

The Object and Daily Life Ethan Liu Project This project on the speculative management for the design and construction of “a new mall,” which is intended to create a new business model incorporating traditional street markets. It explores the evolving role of the architect and […]

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Taking A New Stand On Old Tools

Taking A New Stand On Old Tools Traumnovelle Interview Who influences you graphically? Our references are sometimes linked to the history of art and architecture, however, we also find much of our inspiration in other fields. We are inspired by photojournalism, in particular war photojournalism, and […]

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