All posts filed under: Collage

Drawing with Optimism

Drawing with Optimism PUP Architects Projects Streetscapes Carousel This project was realised and built as a winning competition entry for the Mayor of London’s ‘Dressing London’ scheme during the London 2012 Olympic Games. The Streetscape Carousels were a series of 5 room–scale temporary pavilions, each […]

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“[un]finished”

“[un]finished” André Barros 4th Year Student of Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina (Brazil) – Bachelor in Architecture. Also an intern on landscaping and architecture firm JA8. Project Designed to shelter student activity in multiple campi across Brazil, this project embraces the idea of incompletion  – […]

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Depicting A Special Environment

Depicting A Special Environment Ivan Garibyan, Anastasia Tikhonova, Vasilisa Petrova Project The project was created as part of the international student competition for the philosophy museum in Kaliningrad, dedicated to 300th anniversary of Immanuel Kant’s birth. Until Second World War, there were five bridges that led […]

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Attracting and Communicating

Attracting and Communicating Claudia Begni and Giacomo Palomba   Project During the last years, numerous designers have taken to Pisa as ground upon which to experiment and to influence the city’s most important nodes. In a city that needs to redefine its contact between buildings, […]

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I Am A Firestation

I Am A Firestation Tomas Tran   Project Learning from Venturi and Scott Brown’s ideology of the duck and the decorative shed, my project seeks to celebrate the vernacular forms of fire stations by elevating them on top of a pedestal. The apparatus bay and the […]

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‘Monumental Interventations’

‘Monumental Interventations’ Zakaria Boucetta   Project “Monumental Interventions” has been a series of conceptual projects that I have been attempting to visualize in order to pursue further in my architectural masters thesis. The idea comes to integrate a new formal interventional architecture in between scenic […]

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Collaging Social & Political Intentions

Collaging Social & Political Intentions Mayuri Paranthahan Projects   Mad Girl’s Love Song In a series of collages, ‘Mad Girl’s Love Song’ depicts the female experience in the context of gendered space. These collages attempt to portray feminist issues spatially – for instance, the sexualization of the […]

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Exploring Mediums

Exploring Mediums T.K. Justin Ng     Project Common Ground Common Ground imagines a new form of mixed-use development where very different programs are tied together through an activated central spine. This central spine acts as a core that is freed to become far more than mere […]

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Projecting Space

Projecting Space Ponto Atelier   PONTO atelier experiments fresh ideas and different projects. It is a  team of young and enthusiastic architects, Ana Pedro Ferreira + Pedro Maria Ribeiro |pedro(s)| with José Gustavo Freitas. They had been developing a serie of projects and ideas that […]

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Architecture Without Context

Architecture Without Context Atelier APA     Interview Who influences you graphically? Mies van der Rohe and his collages, Louis Kahn and his pastel drawings, de Chirico, Hopper, Matisse… But also many young architects who outline new forms of representation. What is the effect and […]

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Collaging Context

Collaging Context  Alexis Le Gallo Project Intimate House » The site of the City Gâte is an old farm owned by the municipality of Caulnes. It is currently undergoing architectural exploration by architectural students as part of the “TRANS RURAL LAB” project initiated by Catherine Rannou […]

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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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