All posts filed under: Hand Drawing

Visualising What Nobody Has Yet Seen

Visualising What Nobody Has Yet Seen Tomoyuki Tanaka Project Through the ballpoint and his X ray style, Tomoyuki Tanaka challenges our understanding of interior and exterior, bustle and atmosphere, part and whole unravelling the extremely complex network of Tokyo’s transportation hubs. From a research period […]

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Drawing The Informality of The Architectural Studio

Drawing The Informality of The Architectural Studio [OPENGAP ARCHITECT’S STUDIO competition 2016, First Prize] STUDIO-MISHIN architectural bureau   Project Located in the historic centre of Saint-Petersburg, Russia, the site is surrounded by old buildings, whose architecture seems to be ordinary. The chaotic development of the […]

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Exploring The Meticulousness of Hand Drawing

Exploring The Meticulousness of Hand Drawing Ryan Hinson Project A Roamers Retreat – Re-activating Conisbrough Viaduct (Conisbrough, UK) The Trans Pennine Trail is a long-distance path running from coast to coast across Northern England entirely on surfaced paths and using only gentle gradients. In the East, […]

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A Critical Convergence of Hand and Digital

A Critical Convergence of Hand and Digital Francesco Stumpo Projects tabula_rasa_100.2 A series of a 100 drawings of routes, maps, thoughts and connections that intersect in a tabula rasa of 8.5 by 5.5 in. between_light_color Illustration series of some essential architecture projects from the 20th century. […]

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Calambur. A dream for an Industrial State

Calambur. A dream for an Industrial State Irene Rodriguez Project Urtinsa is an industrial state placed in Alcorcón, a peripheral city  near Madrid. Its degradation has been taking place for years, but new dynamics provoked by the users themselves are reowning and transforming the preexisting […]

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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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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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The International Symposium of Virtual Allegories

The International Symposium of Virtual Allegories_Nominated for RIBA Bronze Presidents Medal 2015 Jac Doody Project The culmination of a year long investigation into the disenfranchised district of Lea Hall outside of Birmingham and it’s tensions with the bypassing proposed HS2 line, the scheme consists of […]

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