All posts filed under: Photo-Manipulation

Exploring And Editing The American Vernacular

Exploring And Editing The American Vernacular Eric Randall Morris Project What began as a photo study of the houses and neighborhoods that surrounded me, shifted into a serial exploration of the oddities, peculiarities, and perversions of American vernacular architecture. Beginning as an effort of pure […]

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Re-Link

Re-Link Brygida Zawadzka Project Lavrion Technological and Cultural Park emerged on the location of a former French mining company, operating from the 19th till the second half of the 20th century. The mining complex in Lavrion quickly became a significant one in the scale of […]

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Moonlight on 18th Street

Moonlight on 18th Street Sekou Nyerere   Project ‘Cinema influences the way I conceptualise and theorize space. It also helps me visually communicate an idea.’ Moonlight on 18th Street was a two part studio project where two vacant lots were filled on the 18th Street Corridor in Kansas […]

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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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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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Immaterial Instances

Immaterial Instances  Diego Van der Laat Project This series of images entitled ‘Serie Uno:Krill’ move away from ‘constructed architecture’ into the realm of fiction and literature Interview Who influences you graphically? I don’t know to what extent his work influences mine but I really enjoy […]

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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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Drawing Through Testing & Challenging Software

Drawing Through Testing & Challenging the Software Aiste Ambrazeviciute   Project The geographical position and abundance of forests have determined the spread of wood as the main building material of Lithuania in 20th century. Therefore, Lithuania holds a rich collection of woodenware and reminiscences of wooden […]

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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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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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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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Exploring New Spatial Narratives

Exploring New Spatial Narratives Anna Vasileiou This Diploma project was awarded with the “Mediterranean Mimar Sinan Prize 2016” Distinction in July 2016, launched by Mimar Sinan Fine Art University, UMAR and Osservatorio del Mediterraneo, considering the Mediterranean geographical, climatic, spatial and architectural qualities with sensitivity […]

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