All posts filed under: Collage

The Very Last printed Book on Earth

The Very Last printed Book on Earth Nicoló Calandrini Project The book tells the story of human society of the past and in the future. After the Fourth Technological Revolution had invested humankind in the early 30s of the twenty-first century, the fulcrum of every […]

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A Little Bit Like Alchemy

A Little Bit Like Alchemy Mauren Brodbeck ”Total Artist, multisensory, multimedia explorer, she crosses lines and transgresses categories to bring us an impressive body of work, through strange autofictitious or procedural stories in which she “produces” herself. Both playing by and playing around codes, she breaks […]

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Remedial Patches

Remedial Patches Irena Milojeska, Kristina Nikolovska, Anastasija Ilievska Project We see the location as a cutoff from the big map from Skopje, in which the Zhelezara Factory (iron smelting factory)  stands as a barrier that prevented the logical expansion of the city in that direction. On […]

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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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Art Factory

Art Factory Yasmina Aslakhanova, Ivan Marchuk, Victoria Tsukerman @ Moscow Institute of Architecture   Project The project reorganises the buildings and territory of the Badaevsky Brewery aims to create  a cultural and theater complex in its place. At the moment the territory is not used, despite […]

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Elements of Venice

Elements of Venice Dominika Strzałka @ Student exchange TU Delft, The Netherlands ( 2017-18. Interior Building Cities studio). Project Renascence Venice, as an annual place of Carnival, Venice Film Festival and many others, has a strong tradition of festivity, which influences architecture and urban design of the […]

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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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St Homobonus College

St Homobonus College Stef Dingen @ Explore Lab, TU Delft, January 2018   Project St Homobonus College is a proposed centre of excellence for dress culture in the historic university city of Cambridge, England. Inspired by the University’s traditional dress culture, which has had a huge […]

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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 […]

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Farming the City in Pink

Farming the City in Pink_an example of factory of the future in Wrocław (Poland). Joanna Plizga       Project Human desire Land is an important natural resource necessary for the survival of humanity and for the maintenance of all ecosystems. During the millennia, one […]

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The Splint

The Splint Flavio Martella, Filippo Lorenzi    Project TO ORIENT Lighthouses are monuments of vision: they suggest guidance and orientation. As catalysts of their context, they act as centers of multiple networks and reference point for different dynamics. The project has been developed in order […]

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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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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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