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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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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 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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Space For Interpretation

Space For Interpretation  Daniel Norman Project  Thamestown is a temporary scheme for the town of Thamesmead, a failed housing estate that is currently undergoing a major regeneration. The self-built scheme enables the residents to construct their own town centre during the period of the regeneration, where they […]

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Metamorphosis of a Monument

Metamorphosis of a Monument_Les Olympiades, a Modern Heritage  Florent Leung & Maxime Duquet  Project This work was a result of a larger research on the becoming of the seventies modernist utopias. “Les Olympiades” are for  modern heritage us a testimony of this thinking and a site with […]

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anti | museum

anti | museum Kyra Mootz Project This quite theoretical, methodical and conceptual project, focuses on an abandoned former coal mining area, a place that is now the exact opposite of what it once has been, with a unique, romantic but also mystical atmosphere, mainly resolving […]

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The Technique as Limit

The Technique as Limit  Petar Petricevic Interview for NWTWN Who influences you graphically? Drawings of Saul Steinberg are something I always go back to. They are simple and childish but say so much. Also, I just recently discovered Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt. She created series of drawings during […]

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AA Museum Lab Nomadic Bookstore

KooZA/rch is ecstatic to bring to you exclusively the Nomadic Bookstore by AAMuseumLab for Lars Müller Publishers at the FuoriSalone in Piazza San Marco, Milan. Designed by the students of the AA Museum Lab, a Diploma unit of the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, the Nomadic […]

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Depicting Matter

Depicting Matter Label Architecture Interview Who influences you graphically? Our influences are rather architectural than they are graphic. Some architecs do not only influence us by their buildings, but also in the way these are represented in their drawings and photographs. What defines/dictates your choice of […]

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In Between

In Between Duong Vu Hong & Brygida Zawadzka Project done as part of the study program: TU Delft, MSC1 CP_Anatomy of a Landmark Project In between the city and its suburban part lies the Mostar Interchange. The Interchange came into existence in 1974 as a […]

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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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Drawing Identity

Drawing Identity Sofia Elizalde Interview Who influences you graphically? OFFICE KGDVS was the first thing I saw which caught my attention, and I started looking up for this kind of representation since then. Japanesse architecture teaches me about neatness and simplicity: soft lines and harmony […]

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