All posts filed under: Architect

Friends of Brick, Ringwood

Friends of Brick, Ringwood Blight, Blight & Blight Architecture (Richard Blight, Jonathan Ng Cheong Tin, Stephanie Choy, Yuning Xing and Frank Burridge) Project Utopia is hard work. Why not automate it? This is our most radical and most practical project so far. A big part of our practice […]

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TOP CITY – the sky is not the limit

TOP CITY – the sky is not the limit Salvatore Cicero, Elisa Dellarossa, Federica Filippone & Giulia Filippone   Project One of the biggest threats to cities around the world is sea-level rise, caused by the expansion of water at higher temperatures and melting ice sheets on […]

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Les Perspectives de la Mémoire

Les Perspectives de la Mémoire, 1st prize @ 44th Nisshin Kogyo Competition: Architecture that bridges XOPA architecture bureau   Brief “Bridging” signifies, “connecting different places by drawing bridges”. Once the bridge is drawn over the river, the traffic of people and matter is born. Recently, we […]

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Melania The Wall

Melania The Wall CXEMA (Andrey Sviridov, Natasha Orekhova) Project There is a wall that splits cities apart. It splits two countries without a doubt. The president wants to build a new wall — higher and smarter than was ever before.     The new wall is […]

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(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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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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Questioning What We See

Questioning What We See Yannick Martin Projects CASA What if the houses made by some of the most famous architects would have been projected inside of a cube? The idea here was to deform and stretch houses projected by some of the most well-known architects, […]

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Daily Drawing Exercises

Daily Drawing Exercises John Cline Project Working predominantly in pencil, pen, and ink, John Cline explores the drawing as a tool, a vehicle to explore ideas of the process of making. For Cline understanding process is critical for the exploration, iteration, testing, and the critical […]

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Anatomical Manipulation

Anatomical Manipulation Corpo Atelier “The images are handmade multi-authored representations of what we call anatomical manipulation, where specific architectural elements are tested in relation to a specific site or existing building, to whom which they are deeply related. Pictures taken whit the iPhone in site visits […]

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The End of the “Arenal Effect”

The End of the “Arenal Effect” [Europan 14. Palma de Mallorca, Spain _Special Mention] OOIIO Architecture [Joaquín Millán Villamuelas, Jesús Reyes García, Paolo Mercorillo, Marta Álvarez Cerviño, Kelly Guerim, Magali Chermette]   ‘Among the tourism entrepreneurs in Palma de Mallorca is known as “Arenal Effect” […]

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The Park of Five Seas

The Park of Five Seas Kleinewelt Architekten and Citizenstudio / Gorozhane Group Project The project is a design of the Northern River Boat Station Park in Moscow – the Park of Five Seas. Today the park is put behind and excluded from the city’s life, […]

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Visualising What Nobody Has Yet Seen

Visualising What Nobody Has Yet Seen Tomoyuki Tanaka Project Through the ballpoint and his X ray style, Tomoyuki Tanaka challenges our understanding of interior and exterior, bustle and atmosphere, part and whole unravelling the extremely complex network of Tokyo’s transportation hubs. From a research period […]

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