All posts filed under: Collage

Drawing Utopias

Drawing Utopias  Liman Wei These architectural collages were created in Wei’s spare time, and do not belong to actual projects. ‘ I wish I could make a collage of illustrations, contemporary art, furniture and others that I like together so as to create a beautiful […]

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Mare Nostrum

This post is part of a collaboration with ArchDaily where we will be sharing a selection of unrealized student projects, alongside realized schemes by practices who explore representational techniques. The aim is “to explore the role of the architectural drawing as a tool for communication” and, in the process, provoke a conversation […]

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Things That Are Only Themselves

Things That Are Only Themselves Alejandro Carrasco Project “Ok, Cuatro Vientos, we’ve had a problem here“ Cuatro Vientos Airport is located in Madrid. Nowadays is considered as junk space due to the lack of activity on it, which is limited to a few non-commercial flights […]

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Committing To Architectural Clarity

Committing To Architectural Clarity  Matthew Zuckerman Gasworks Theatre Gasworks Theatre rejects the traditional division between front-of-house and back-of-house space and restructures the theatre around a shared all-of-house zone. This zone is both programmatic and symbolic, permitting greater exchange among spectators, actors, production staff and the […]

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Making Definite Projects

Making Definite Projects FAKT Projects #034 Montpellier Installation FAKT #034 is an installation piece realized in June 2015 in the courtyard 6 rue trésoriers de la bourse, Montpellier in the context of the festival des architectures vives. The project works as a progressive experiment both […]

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A Pistoletto Inspired Interaction

A Pistoletto Inspired Interaction  Giovanni D’Odorico Borsoni, Bianca Felicori, Ilaria Furbetta Project Architecture joins music to involve the human. Starting from the noise of the city as opposed to the silence of the abandoned Agip station, we believe in music as the unique medium to […]

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Context as Content

Context as Content Nikolay Stulov The Hortus, Housing Russia The neighborhood is located in the very heart of Rostov-on-Don. It is almost exclusively built of low-rise houses with private land lots used for gardening. Bearing in mind the fact that many people who live in apartments […]

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Navigating Mimesis Through Collage

Navigating Mimesis Through Collage Carolin Bongartz Project Having been asked to extend an existing hotel in Ronchamp, with additional rooms, a studio for a family and a potential conference room. My project is an investigation around the themes of mimesis, travelling and collecting which developed into […]

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Three Urban Visions

Three Urban Visions Andrew Bruno Projects Apologies to Jane Jacobs envisions the New York City gridiron reintroduced to the Penn South housing complex, with an additional overlay of a counter-grid of built and open space. Apologies uses collage as a tool to envision the spatial and programmatic qualities […]

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The Beauty of Simplicity

The Beauty of Simplicity Pablo Sanchez Lopez Project Football for Everyone – Towards a more inclusive experience of sports events ‘Football for Everyone’ is an urban strategy that challenges the way we collectively attend sporting events by proposing a much more accessible experience. Originally being […]

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The True Locus

The True Locus Valerio Recchioni Project The project decontextualize famous buildings searching for their true “Locus” and their essence. Interview Who influences you graphically? “Capriccio” have always attracted my interest. It is the art of composing landscape through the free combination of real and fantastic […]

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The Technique as Limit

The Technique as Limit  Petar Petricevic Interview for NWTWN Who influences you graphically? Drawings of Saul Steinberg are something I always go back to. They are simple and childish but say so much. Also, I just recently discovered Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt. She created series of drawings during […]

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AA Museum Lab Nomadic Bookstore

KooZA/rch is ecstatic to bring to you exclusively the Nomadic Bookstore by AAMuseumLab for Lars Müller Publishers at the FuoriSalone in Piazza San Marco, Milan. Designed by the students of the AA Museum Lab, a Diploma unit of the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, the Nomadic […]

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