All posts filed under: Axonometric

A Language of Accuracy

A Language of Accuracy Alberto Manzi Project The project considers the contemporary crisis in the housing sector of Sweden caused by the extremely high prices of real estate. It develops a solution where different stakeholders join together to create a mixed-use space both for community […]

Leave a comment

Defining A New Threshold Between Airport and City

Defining A New Threshold Between Airport and City Olivia Lu-Hill @University of Michigan [Masters of Architecture- Thesis Spring 2017, Studio Professor – Dr. John McMorrough] Project This project re-designs the operation and circulation of airports to better integrate into cities and proposes a new form […]

Leave a comment

New Pilot Cities

New Pilot Cities Eleni Pourdala @ The Bartlett School of Architecture Project The project proposes a self-sustainable and collective building system, where individuals are able to take control over their housing situation. The programme seeks to understand how people can be empowered with the tools […]

Leave a comment

The Highgate Wake House

The Highgate Wake House Cathal Crumley Project The Highgate Wake House has been conceived as an amalgamation of various architectural interests. The Wake House can be described as three dwellings unified by an individual external lining. It’s material composition is of a modest nature. A timber […]

Leave a comment

NY Karla

NY Karla [Europan 14, Runner-up] DUE Atelier Project Concept The city of Karlskrona needs a new way to interact with the sea trough attractive district with an strong identity that could continues the urban context and connects different areas. The aim of the project is […]

Leave a comment

Eames Artefact

 Eames Artefact Monica Colla, Grace Johnston, Michaela van Voorthuysen, with the guidance of Gonzalo Valiente and Leandro Cappetto @ The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) – School of Design (Interior Architecture) Project This project attempts to deconstruct one of the most iconic and recognised works […]

Leave a comment

Over Theatre

Over Theatre: Project for La Scala experimental theatre into the milan expo 2015 area Simone Gianluca Corberi, Fabio Dell’Arciprete, Marina Sassi @ Politecnic of Milan, Faculty of Architecture, Urban Studies and Building Engeneering, Architecture of Buildings Master Program       Project The project of the […]

Leave a comment

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 […]

Leave a comment

Reconstructions: Narratives of Arctic Drift 

Reconstructions: Narratives of Arctic Drift  Elyse Kavanagh @ M.Arch Graduate Thesis, University of British Columbia   Project Architecture begins with a drawing, a representation of a place not yet existing, and then through measurements and tools those representations become real space. I am interested in the […]

Leave a comment

Brexit Monuments

Brexit Monuments 51° 4′ 51.6′′ N, 1° 9′ 57.6′′ E Jamie Stirrat & Riane Samir Project Situated in proximity to the Folkestone enterance to the Eurotunnel at Ceasar’s Camp (A site of important English heritage). The site stands perched at a pivotal point overlooking the eurotunnel complex […]

Leave a comment

Offline Room

Offline Room Marta Riccò & Valerio Rigamonti @ Milan Polytechnic of Architectural Design Project Offline Room responds to the theme of the studio, “Room with a view”. Offline Room is an installation that studies an unconnected space and the relationships that this condition can create […]

Leave a comment

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, […]

Leave a comment