Month: February 2018

(ab)Normal 

(ab)Normal  (ab)Normal    Project (ab)Normal is a graphic novel without chronology. Instead, obsolete 3ds and rejected timelines are reconfigured in spatial narratives. Iconographic images describe the allegory of a culture that revolves obsessively around Internet, Gaming and Religion. Being the collective idea of four architects, […]

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Atlas of Unexpected Spaces for Collectivity

Atlas of Unexpected Spaces for Collectivity Tomasz Bulczak @ 1st year, KU Leuven, International MSc in Architecture:Resilient & Sustainable Strategies   Project Atlas of unexpected spaces for collectivity inspire – verb [ T ] – to fill someone with confidence and desire to do something emergence – […]

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Becoming

Becoming Daniel Duffield *nominated for 3 awards including Silver Presidents Meda   Project BECOMING is a critical exploration of modes of architectural practice and education in the architecture school. The free reign given to the design student affords opportunities to pursue what they are truly […]

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The Size Of Personal Space

The Size Of Personal Space_Adaptation of vacant commercial spaces in potential homes through the involvement of Airbnb Sofia Musatti Project This study has identified the meaning of home and its importance for the developing of personal identity of the ongoing growing floating population. The city […]

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Finding The Best Way To Tell This Story?

Sean Cottengim   Project 1 The project deals with explorations on the design process that recognizes the sometimes challenging relationship between representation and the actualization of a project. Working in a real space vs depicting those ideas to a remote audience. Project 2 A narrative […]

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Creativity Isn’t An Equation

Creativity Isn’t An Equation Peter Judson Long after the Radical Design period, Peter Judson sways us back into the striking colours, scale distortion and irony of the era in a contemporary style. We lose ourselves in his realms of isometric projections, where opposing scales collide, […]

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A City To Rehouse

A City To Rehouse Marie Chevalier & Colombe Crouan @ ENSAPVS   Project The city of Amatrice was hit in August 2016 by an earthquake, putting on the street hundreds of people. We have chosen to think about a relocation solution for the victims, waiting […]

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@ 2 Hoxton Street

@ 2 Hoxton Street Mustafa Hulusi Project @ 2 Hoxton Street, artist and in this case curator, Mustafa Hulusi uses an advertising display unit to integrate the material actuality of in-situ, free-to-view, ephemeral street image-culture with the immaterial semio-capital world of social media.  A curated diverse […]

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Rhizome

Rhizome_A growing horizontal stem of affordable housing in Menen, Addis Ababa  Arianna Fornasiero & Paolo Turconi   Project Ethiopia is facing a relentless development and the urban population of Addis Ababa, in particular, is growing faster than the city can absorb. This results in a huge […]

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From Priorities to Project

From Priorities to Project Jamie Stirrat   Projects (in)-Habits: Economy Student Housing in the conflicted city of Belfast. Cities, like dreams, In Italo Calvino’s fanciful and acclaimed novel Invisible Cities, he states ‘even if the thread of their discourse is secret, their rules are are […]

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Museum of Trade 

Museum of Trade   Jake Spangler and Kane Hassebrock (Fourth Year Students at Iowa State University)[ARCH 401: “MUSEUM FOR THE HISTORIES OF NATURE: TOWARD AN ANAMORPHIC ARCHITECTURE” , Taught by ROSS EXO ADAMS] Project  The intervention focuses on the movement of modular units that use real […]

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Velotopia

Velotopia Laura Hercha Project We move through cities fragmented by different speeds, where quality of its public space surface is less of a priority. Reminiscence of a time where people used to go for a walk, cycling was an option only for the wealthy and […]

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Selected Memories From A Forgotten Dream

Selected MemoriesFrom A Forgotten Dream Federica Scalise   Project The images are inspired by the Republic of Rose Island, a  short lived micro-nation based in the Adriatic Sea, which  story  has often been used as an example of real utopia. In 1968 the Italian engineer Giorgio Rosa constructed a […]

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