All posts filed under: Colour

A Chronicle of 1001 Islands

A Chronicle of 1001 Islands Carolina Gismondi de Bevilacqua  Project This project embraces the inherent rupture and re-definition of the city as a collection of disparate, provisional identities. By creating a series of conceptual devices, it allows us to immerse in an architectural journey along a […]

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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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PORNOPOLIS

PORNOPOLIS Clémentine Dufaut Project PORNOPOLIS is a manifesto aiming to bring an erotic dimension to our cities and our connection with them. Its main purpose is to urbanize the industry – and in a larger scale, the practice – of sex in order to decomplex hidden […]

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The Cloud

The Cloud Valbona Fejza, Sanja Avramoska, Irena Damjanoska & Brankica Dogazanska Project The 2016 session of PATTERNS OF GROWTH studio investigates the architecture of the city simultaneously on six different sites on the territory of Skopje, along the axial of the South boulevard (infrastructural corridor […]

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In-between Digital and Analogue

In-between Digital and Analogue Sarah Ives McGill Architecture Studio instructors: Prof Martin Bressani and Fabrizio Gallanti Project The debris of Toronto’s past lies hidden within the artificial wilderness of The Leslie Street Spit. Since its inception in 1959, The Spit has served as a convenient […]

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XL_The Commercial Vernacular

XL_The Commercial Vernacular Nowadays office Design team: Anna Kopeina, Patrizio Sbarra, Lera Samovich, Nata Tatunashvili, Lera Choobara   Project A year ago an ambitious competition for the architectural renovation of 49 standardised cinema buildings, that, thanks to the planned economy and socialist urbanism, were evenly […]

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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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WATERSCAPES – AMSTERDAM’S KIDSLAND

WATERSCAPES – AMSTERDAM’S KIDSLAND Ana Alirangues, Andrea Briz, Elena Gámez, Ricardo González, Javier Peláez Amsterdam, 2016, ACP (Amsterdam Children Playschool_Archmedium Students Competition [2nd PRIZE] A worn-out edge. Het Stefen Hoof in Amsterdam is an old dock that attracts the crowd to its surroundings and where […]

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Crafting Narrative Through Representational Imagery

Crafting Narrative Through Representational Imagery  Rebecca McConnell Project  My initial interest occurred when investigating the rise in sea levels, it astounded me that 3% scientists and 1% climatologists disagree with human induced climate change, meaning it is fairly renowned this it is as a result […]

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Synesthesia in Architecture

Synesthesia in Architecture Olivia Lu Hill, Tony Gonalez and Po-Jen Huang Project This project is based around developing a language and method of translation between music and architecture. The connection between music and architecture has had a long history within the discipline of architecture. Often the […]

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Challenging The Status Quo of Representation

Challenging The Status Quo of Representation Jaime Correa   Interview Who influences you graphically? Since the late 1980’s, photo-realistic means of digital representation have hijacked the search for the metaphysical and the rational in the architecture of the city. This photo-realistic world robbed architectural and […]

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Drawing for a Cross-Cultural Dialogue

Drawing for a Cross-Cultural Dialogue Matthew Crabbe Project Indian society has few safety nets for the care of its disabled, many of whom are children. They are often treated as inferior and are as such are increasingly the victims of abuse, an attitude especially prevalent […]

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Visual Commentaires on Contemporary Speculative Changes

Visual Commentaires on Contemporary Speculative Changes Ryota Matsumoto Project Matsumoto’s drawings reflect the morphological transformations of our ever-evolving urban and ecological milieus that are attributed to a multitude of spatio-temporal phenomena influenced by social, economic and cultural factors. They are created as visual commentaries on […]

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Searching for Sugar Land

Searching for Sugar Land Jaime Castilla Project Introduction Searching for Sugar Land is the result of an extensive and complex research that seeks alternatives to understand and intervene in the reality that Detroit lives today. This city has been shrinking since the 1950s. This particular […]

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