Month: July 2017

LANDgram

LANDgram Altrove Atelier_Dumitru Alexandru Musteata (Architect at EDGE ARCHITECTS & Independent Resercher) & Eleonora Rieti – Architecture Student at ROMA TRE   Project LANDgram is a landscape. LANDgram has many landscapes. LANDgram wants to represent the landscape that surrounds us, the one that we do not […]

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Communicating Through Abstracting

Communicating Through Abstracting Luca Tommasi Project   The urban plan of the area of Scalo Farini, the biggest dismissed railway line entering in Milan, reflects about the foundation of a clear planning and its shapes and proportions. The repetition of the singular element of the […]

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In Situ

In Situ Elena Sofia Calabrò, Margherita De Nardis Project Marsala, risen and developed as a maritime town thanks to its strategic position in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, seems to reject and deny the sea. Its history highlights this paradoxical relationship with water: on […]

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Depicting A Special Environment

Depicting A Special Environment Ivan Garibyan, Anastasia Tikhonova, Vasilisa Petrova Project The project was created as part of the international student competition for the philosophy museum in Kaliningrad, dedicated to 300th anniversary of Immanuel Kant’s birth. Until Second World War, there were five bridges that led […]

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Roma Interrotta; The Continuum

Roma Interrotta; The Continuum Pasquale Iaconantonio   Project Roma Interrotta [a.p.o.v.] is as free interpretation of the designs made on Nolli’s Map of Rome, by P. Sartogo, C. Dardi, A. Grumbach, J. Stirling, P. Portoghesi, R. Giurgola, R. Venturi, C. Rowe, M. Graves, R. Krier, A. Rossi, […]

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Crafting Sensitivity

Crafting Sensitivity KOHT Architects Project With roots leading back to 1910, NTNU is the largest university in Norway, with approximately 33,000 students. The university—highly regarded both academically and amongst students—offers studies in roughly 400 different programs within 13 disciplines at an international level. In the period […]

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Evoking Atmospheres of Youth And Childhood

Evoking Atmospheres of Youth And Childhood Julia Saraikina & Taisiya Afinogenova   Project This architectural competition in 15 Russian cities is a part of the big project of improvement of main public spaces. New, modern and convenient public spaces in the Russian cities will appear […]

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Art Making As Space Making

Art Making As Space Making Flavie Audi Audi combines digital technology and both traditional and new glass-making techniques, working with highly skilled craftsmen to carry out her distinctive shapes and colours. During the making process, Audi embraces accidents and new discoveries, which then become an integral […]

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Silvertown Plug-In

Silvertown Plug-In Grace Quah Unit 26, MArch, Bartlett School of Architecture, 2017 Project The project investigates the gendered division of domestic labour by exploring the spatial possibilities of automation, called for by post-work thinking. The design addresses the site of Silvertown as a remnant of industrialisation, […]

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Painting Hopes; Writing Architecture

Painting Hopes; Writing Architecture Rafaella Christodoulidi Project For the past 10 years Gaza has been a conflict zone, where 1.8 million people are illegally enclosed between borders made by man, designed exclusively to divide. Gaza forms part of the spirited Mediterranean coast, however, it is […]

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Edible Infrastructures 

Edible Infrastructures  Magdalena Haslinger     Project Even though food production in general and horticultural production in particular has vast and hugely complex implications; the main discussion nevertheless always circulates around two closely connected main assumptions: Firstly, that HOW agricultural/ horticultural production, connected practices and […]

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Crafting Narratives

Crafting Narratives CIVIC Architects    Interview Who influences you graphically?  We mostly look at movies, paintings and historical architectural visualizations. For instance, the colorful universes of Luc Besson (like the fifth Element) give us new openings. The unique way Wes Anderson captures different atmospheres in […]

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