All posts filed under: Perspective View

Drawing Through Form And Composition

Drawing Through Form And Composition Karolina Czeczek @ Yale School of Architecture, Project from advanced design studio, Spring Spring 2014, Pieri Vittorio Aureli   Project The project imagines an alternative form of co-habitation that redefines what is our existence minimum. By juxtaposition of the concept of ownership versus […]

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Compression & Density in Architecture

Compression & Density in Architecture Nicolas Diaz Bejarano @ Master of Architecture student (MARQ), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Project The project speculates on the institution of the library in the 21st century through a series of interventions of different scales from that of the piece […]

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Dead End Malls

Dead End Malls By Stav Salomon_Fifth year ,Tel Aviv University,Final Project Project Both a surplus in areas of commerce and a major shift in consumerist patterns have led to a moment in which many downtown malls are left abandoned and are in need of new usages. Amongst […]

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Projecting Identity

Projecting Identity Emmanuelle Cassot Project The old paper factory ‘La Papete’, located in Nanterre next to Paris, is incredibly rich in terms of architecture. The story of this factory started in 1904 and end in 2010. Today the 17 hectares have been bought by BNP […]

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Paris, A City In Divergence

Paris, A City In Divergence Emilie Zinck Munksgaard & Pelle Juul Carlsen  Project The initial research and subsequent project intends to explore how architecture based on its historical, typological and social context can serve as a link and representation for a new urban community in […]

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In Situ

In Situ Elena Sofia Calabrò, Margherita De Nardis Project Marsala, risen and developed as a maritime town thanks to its strategic position in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, seems to reject and deny the sea. Its history highlights this paradoxical relationship with water: on […]

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Architecture for Silence

Architecture for Silence Leina Godin Prof Martin Bressani and Fabrizio Gallanti @ McGill University *This post is part of a collaboration with McGill Univeristy where we will be sharing a selection of unrealized student projects. Project This project proposes an architectural alternative on how we process death, overcoming the […]

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Research Centre

Research Centre Amélie Lessard Prof Gilles Saucier@ McGill University *This post is part of a collaboration with McGill Univeristy where we will be sharing a selection of unrealized student projects. Project The BioInnovation Centre project was not presented with a specific site. Its design process therefore had the opportunity […]

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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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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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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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A Promiscuous Museum Space

A Promiscuous Museum Space  Riccardo Guglielmi, Cosimo Marchiori  & Alex Recaldin  Project Knowledge has spread and the number of those who have access to it has grown significantly while their origin is more and more varied. This has happened in ways and by means, which increasingly […]

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