Month: April 2017

Drawing for a Cross-Cultural Dialogue

Drawing for a Cross-Cultural Dialogue Matthew Crabbe Project Indian society has few safety nets for the care of its disabled, many of whom are children. They are often treated as inferior and are as such are increasingly the victims of abuse, an attitude especially prevalent […]

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Three Urban Visions

Three Urban Visions Andrew Bruno Projects Apologies to Jane Jacobs envisions the New York City gridiron reintroduced to the Penn South housing complex, with an additional overlay of a counter-grid of built and open space. Apologies uses collage as a tool to envision the spatial and programmatic qualities […]

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Moscow Advertising House

Moscow Advertising House Yasmina Aslakhanova, Ivan Marchuk, Victoria Tsukerman   Project Moscow Advertising House is the project that has to become a center of attraction for the world of advertising, digital and graphic design, as well as for a great number of visitors from various […]

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The Beauty of Simplicity

The Beauty of Simplicity Pablo Sanchez Lopez Project Football for Everyone – Towards a more inclusive experience of sports events ‘Football for Everyone’ is an urban strategy that challenges the way we collectively attend sporting events by proposing a much more accessible experience. Originally being […]

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Drawing the Ephemerality of Design

Drawing the Ephemerality of Design Francesca Esposito, Violetta Gambino, Francesca Icardi & Marina Mori   Project A City of Opportunities aims to show how good design can help improve certain social conditions such as the refugees welcoming process. The specific guidelines emerged from an earlier […]

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The International Symposium of Virtual Allegories

The International Symposium of Virtual Allegories_Nominated for RIBA Bronze Presidents Medal 2015 Jac Doody Project The culmination of a year long investigation into the disenfranchised district of Lea Hall outside of Birmingham and it’s tensions with the bypassing proposed HS2 line, the scheme consists of […]

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Visual Commentaires on Contemporary Speculative Changes

Visual Commentaires on Contemporary Speculative Changes Ryota Matsumoto Project Matsumoto’s drawings reflect the morphological transformations of our ever-evolving urban and ecological milieus that are attributed to a multitude of spatio-temporal phenomena influenced by social, economic and cultural factors. They are created as visual commentaries on […]

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Space For Interpretation

Space For Interpretation  Daniel Norman Project  Thamestown is a temporary scheme for the town of Thamesmead, a failed housing estate that is currently undergoing a major regeneration. The self-built scheme enables the residents to construct their own town centre during the period of the regeneration, where they […]

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Oil Massive Society

Oil Massive Society Teo Sandigliano   Project For the Visual Communication Class at MIARD we were asked to develop a visual narrative inspired by a historical or fictional source. I chose “La Roba” from G. Verga, 1883: Mazzaró is representing the society and his obsession and […]

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HybridScape_Where Architecture Meets Infrastructure

HybridScape_Where Architecture Meets Infrastructure  Beatrice Piola & Floria Bruzzone   Project HybridScape is a word that comes from Hybrid and Landscape so it refers to something that is a combination of multiple elements. This kind of landscape comes from the hybridization between architecture and infrastructure. When […]

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Drawing Atmospheres For Further Exploration

Drawing Atmospheres For Further Exploration Patrycja Komada Herbarium  Herbarium is the gallery of herbs and nature which plays with all the senses. Visitors can walk around herbs plantation on different levels admiring beauty of nature and breathtaking view of Bari’s waterfront. The first floor works […]

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Fragile and Delicate Inspiration

Fragile and Delicate Inspiration Pavel Kultyshev, Danilo Vukosavljevic and Olga Poletkina Project Chelyabinsk city in South Ural in Russia is a unique and distinctive territory that requires a special attitude towards it, and our project solution is committed to this idea. On the site is an […]

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A Contemporary Funerary Necropolis

A Contemporary Funerary Necropolis Marie Lichtenwagner Project Templo de los muertos is a necropolis in the heart of Mexico City, combining a cemetery with a civic building. While necropoli are usually occupying the boundary zone outside the city, the aim is to interweave a necropolis […]

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