Month: May 2017

The Cloud

The Cloud Valbona Fejza, Sanja Avramoska, Irena Damjanoska & Brankica Dogazanska Project The 2016 session of PATTERNS OF GROWTH studio investigates the architecture of the city simultaneously on six different sites on the territory of Skopje, along the axial of the South boulevard (infrastructural corridor […]

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Drawing As A System Of Rules

Drawing As A System Of Rules GiovanniMaria Santonicola & Francesco Vitiello Project Vicus Aureum, the meeting between the old medieval village of Goldsmiths of Naples and the problematic twentieth century via Marittima. The project is moving on a double facades system, 5 buildings are decomposing between two distinct […]

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“The Temple” for Hilma af Klint 

“The Temple” for Hilma af Klint  Andrea. A. Y. Chan Project “Hilma af Klint (1862 – 1944) was a Swedish artist and a pioneer of abstract painting. More than 110 years after producing the arguably first abstract painting in modern art history, she is still […]

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In-between Digital and Analogue

In-between Digital and Analogue Sarah Ives McGill Architecture Studio instructors: Prof Martin Bressani and Fabrizio Gallanti Project The debris of Toronto’s past lies hidden within the artificial wilderness of The Leslie Street Spit. Since its inception in 1959, The Spit has served as a convenient […]

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Hotel Salvation

Hotel Salvation Nijs de Vries Project For the man of today, leisure is an activity he is incapable of. A fact that can be seen as the direct result of modern society. This incapability arises from the process of the total work-state our society is […]

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Drawing Utopias

Drawing Utopias  Liman Wei These architectural collages were created in Wei’s spare time, and do not belong to actual projects. ‘ I wish I could make a collage of illustrations, contemporary art, furniture and others that I like together so as to create a beautiful […]

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XL_The Commercial Vernacular

XL_The Commercial Vernacular Nowadays office Design team: Anna Kopeina, Patrizio Sbarra, Lera Samovich, Nata Tatunashvili, Lera Choobara   Project A year ago an ambitious competition for the architectural renovation of 49 standardised cinema buildings, that, thanks to the planned economy and socialist urbanism, were evenly […]

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Mare Nostrum

This post is part of a collaboration with ArchDaily where we will be sharing a selection of unrealized student projects, alongside realized schemes by practices who explore representational techniques. The aim is “to explore the role of the architectural drawing as a tool for communication” and, in the process, provoke a conversation […]

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Things That Are Only Themselves

Things That Are Only Themselves Alejandro Carrasco Project “Ok, Cuatro Vientos, we’ve had a problem here“ Cuatro Vientos Airport is located in Madrid. Nowadays is considered as junk space due to the lack of activity on it, which is limited to a few non-commercial flights […]

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Committing To Architectural Clarity

Committing To Architectural Clarity  Matthew Zuckerman Gasworks Theatre Gasworks Theatre rejects the traditional division between front-of-house and back-of-house space and restructures the theatre around a shared all-of-house zone. This zone is both programmatic and symbolic, permitting greater exchange among spectators, actors, production staff and the […]

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Making Definite Projects

Making Definite Projects FAKT Projects #034 Montpellier Installation FAKT #034 is an installation piece realized in June 2015 in the courtyard 6 rue trésoriers de la bourse, Montpellier in the context of the festival des architectures vives. The project works as a progressive experiment both […]

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Interim Urbanism

Interim Urbanism Kig Veerasunthorn & Stephanie Tager Columbia, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation   Project The History of Working and Living The research began with the history of working and living culture. It wasn’t until the Industrial Revolution that it was predominantly universal that […]

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Architecture As Memory

Architecture As Memory Stefan Bleekrode Project The drawings in pen and ink, are constructed almost entirely from memory to recreate the places Stefan visited and to capture the ingenuity and creativity of various architectural styles. Interview Who influences you graphically? There are many people who […]

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Reflecting Upon Architecture As Theme

Reflecting Upon Architecture As Theme Edoardo Bernardi Project “The project consists in a research on the geographical and anthropological dynamics that determined the morphological evolution of Rimini’s urban form and public spaces. Rimini is divided in two by the railway line, and such division can […]

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