All posts filed under: Monochromatic

The Single Object And The City

The Single Object And The City Andrea Cusanno   Project The city of Luxembourg is characterized by a strong duality: on one hand, in the eastern part of the city, the historical centre proposes itself as the model for the pre-industrial city, where the scale […]

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Praesidium

Praesidium Tommaso Mennuni Project “Rome is a specific city, like any city that is the result of several centuries of temporal stratification. Today the city appears divided into two separate parts and at the same time complementary, a result of different formation mechanisms; while the […]

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Drawing As A System Of Rules

Drawing As A System Of Rules GiovanniMaria Santonicola & Francesco Vitiello Project Vicus Aureum, the meeting between the old medieval village of Goldsmiths of Naples and the problematic twentieth century via Marittima. The project is moving on a double facades system, 5 buildings are decomposing between two distinct […]

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Architecture As Memory

Architecture As Memory Stefan Bleekrode Project The drawings in pen and ink, are constructed almost entirely from memory to recreate the places Stefan visited and to capture the ingenuity and creativity of various architectural styles. Interview Who influences you graphically? There are many people who […]

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Idea Exchange Pavilion

Idea Exchange Pavilion Andreas Angelo Thiis & Vilius Vizgaudis Project The project aims to explore how the organisation of a meeting place can be generated through an analysis of social rituals and weather seasons in Danish culture and climate. The design is organised through algorithm and […]

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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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Oil Massive Society

Oil Massive Society Teo Sandigliano   Project For the Visual Communication Class at MIARD we were asked to develop a visual narrative inspired by a historical or fictional source. I chose “La Roba” from G. Verga, 1883: Mazzaró is representing the society and his obsession and […]

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Fragile and Delicate Inspiration

Fragile and Delicate Inspiration Pavel Kultyshev, Danilo Vukosavljevic and Olga Poletkina Project Chelyabinsk city in South Ural in Russia is a unique and distinctive territory that requires a special attitude towards it, and our project solution is committed to this idea. On the site is an […]

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Post-Petropolis: Alberta after Oil Boom

Post-Petropolis: Alberta after Oil Boom Ali Navid  Project Post-Petropolis is the story of conflicting natural and artificial landscapes; a speculative and theoretical proposal that explores today’s immense rate of consumption, our precipitous abuse of the landscape, and the planet’s scarce resources. The context is Alberta […]

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A Spatial Journey

A Spatial Journey Nicholas Stathopoulos Project ‘A Spatial Journey’ is a sequence of artworks that highlight the power of Architectural Illustration & how the techniques of ‘Form, Space, Light and Dark’ can tell a story. The series is presented as an imaginative storyboard for a […]

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W-70_Life and Death of Previous Era Prefabs

W-70_Life and Death of Previous Era Prefabs Agnieszka Roś, Robert Dobrowolski & Natalia Skolimowska Project The prefabricated housing comes from the modernist ideas. First such buildings appeared in Western Europe in the 20’s. Main reasons for typification were reducing costs and making construction easier and […]

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The Architect and Consumer Space

The Architect and Consumer Space Anna Saggionetto Project The thesis aims to demonstrate how the space of goods, the consumer space, commerce can dictate the new role of this type of architecture that is proposed as device able to implement new dynamics inside of the […]

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Architecture of Light

Architecture of Light Jack Lewandowski Project  The Pinhole Factory is an exploration and celebration of the notion of light in architectural design. The institute eulogises the art of analogue photography, in particular, that of pinhole cameras. A pinhole camera uses light to produce imagery in the […]

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