Month: August 2017

Drawing As A Tool To Challenging Notions of Progress

Drawing As A Tool To Challenging Notions of Progress Agnese Pellino & Maria Fernanda Duarte  Project ‘The Colony’ is a new type of community that lives 20 years ahead in the future. Gathered by personal compatibility and shared ideals, this group of individuals decided to create a new […]

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Rendering Interactions Between Project And Site

Rendering Interactions Between Project And Site Amblard Amélie, Busmey Lisa, Huot-Marchand Coraline & Sessini Enzo@ National School of Architecture of Strasbourg, 2017 Competition _InNatur6 Opengap Competition (3rd Prize) Project 49°42’22.9’’N   0°11’40.3’’E  – The cliffs of Etretat belong to the artists who attempted and are still attempting to […]

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Landhaus: ‘A Deep Topographic’ Approach to Killingworth Moor

Landhaus: ‘A Deep Topographic’ Approach to Killingworth Moor Tom Hewitt Project The thesis continues exploration into walking as a design methodology. Extensive walked enquiry into Newcastle’s edge lands revealed a latent mining infrastructure, experienced primarily via long, linear waggonways. The Seatonburn Waggonway is particularly prominent where it […]

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In Collision

In Collision Nick Shekerjian Project Buildings have speed. People have speed within buildings. People experience architecture at a speed. In the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, lives are largely spent traveling, always in transition from one place to another. Within its freeway system, observed absences reveal that the moment of a collision […]

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