All posts filed under: Axonometric

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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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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Chain Factory, Chain Living

Chain Factory, Chain Living Anderson Chan and Haydn Lo Project The project explores the possibility of creating a chained textile factory along side housing in existing urban fabric. The design critiques on the work/live condition in Changsin-dong of Seoul, and explores the possibility of putting […]

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Space Tales

Space Tales Vasiliki Bakavou Project Space tales is an illustration series of living fragments as a result of my constantly changing vision of a perfect interior space. Rather than illustrating a structure as it is, I’ve started to recreate domestic spaces giving an unreal /surreal […]

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Abol Tabol

Abol TaboL Felipe Andres Torres @ Columbia GSAPP MS.AAD Student [Advanced V Fall 2017 – Architecture vs. The City – Critic: Arindam Dutta]   Project In his poems Bengali author Sukumar Ray created a world of nonsense in which, through fantasy, he addressed socio-political problems […]

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‘The Axonometric Is My Favourite Projection’

‘The Axonometric Is My Favourite Projection’ Irena Gajic   Projects The Unsolicited Sideshow_Chicago Architecture Biennale The Unsolicited Sideshow is a pop-up exhibit and event series that will open in tandem with the Chicago Architecture Biennial at the Chicago Athletic Association. The illustration is for the exhibition […]

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A Tale Of Two Houses

A Tale Of Two Houses David FLorez & Adria Carbonell (2017 ‐ Ku Leuven ‐ International master in Architecture) Project The project was developed within the framework “Promiscuous Assemblages” and it explores the topic of Human territory. The aim of the research was to use […]

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Space of Emptiness

Space of Emptiness Maria Kaczorowska Project The cities we live in are unconditionally subject to entropy  and slow degradation. They are disappearing.  These processes take place in a natural rhythm that is so close to our own that they largely pass unnoticed. We can only experience them […]

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Low-Expectations House

Low-Expectations House Yannis Karababas @ Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Architecture [Supervisor: Apostolos Kalfopoulos] Project A house- the par excellence familiar place- appears as a physical object, and at the same time as a mythological formation, a mental complex of images which is culturally defined. In […]

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Building Common(s) By Building Walls

Building Common(s) By Building Walls Vika Khokhlova @ TU Munich, Studio Sophie Wolfrum, Sofia Dona   Project The permanent state of crisis, within the area of Victoria, Athens, causes a constant feeling of abandonment for its citizens.   Whereas the empty apartments at polykatoikias do […]

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