All posts filed under: Students

Mare Nostrum

This post is part of a collaboration with ArchDaily where we will be sharing a selection of unrealized student projects, alongside realized schemes by practices who explore representational techniques. The aim is “to explore the role of the architectural drawing as a tool for communication” and, in the process, provoke a conversation […]

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Things That Are Only Themselves

Things That Are Only Themselves Alejandro Carrasco Project “Ok, Cuatro Vientos, we’ve had a problem here“ Cuatro Vientos Airport is located in Madrid. Nowadays is considered as junk space due to the lack of activity on it, which is limited to a few non-commercial flights […]

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Committing To Architectural Clarity

Committing To Architectural Clarity  Matthew Zuckerman Gasworks Theatre Gasworks Theatre rejects the traditional division between front-of-house and back-of-house space and restructures the theatre around a shared all-of-house zone. This zone is both programmatic and symbolic, permitting greater exchange among spectators, actors, production staff and the […]

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Interim Urbanism

Interim Urbanism Kig Veerasunthorn & Stephanie Tager Columbia, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation   Project The History of Working and Living The research began with the history of working and living culture. It wasn’t until the Industrial Revolution that it was predominantly universal that […]

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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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Housing Acupuncture

Housing Acupuncture  Anna Vylegzhanina   Project First of all, real estate is a product to sell, secondly it’s a kind of social service. The classic definition of social politics includes education, medical service, social welfare, and also a solution of housing problem. It’s connected with the necessity […]

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A Pistoletto Inspired Interaction

A Pistoletto Inspired Interaction  Giovanni D’Odorico Borsoni, Bianca Felicori, Ilaria Furbetta Project Architecture joins music to involve the human. Starting from the noise of the city as opposed to the silence of the abandoned Agip station, we believe in music as the unique medium to […]

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Context as Content

Context as Content Nikolay Stulov The Hortus, Housing Russia The neighborhood is located in the very heart of Rostov-on-Don. It is almost exclusively built of low-rise houses with private land lots used for gardening. Bearing in mind the fact that many people who live in apartments […]

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Re-discussing the image of the Athenian Urban Landscape

Re-discussing the image of the Athenian Urban Landscape Ilias Oikonomakis & Angelos Siampakoulis Project This research project looks into the origins of Greek urban landscapes, a unique homogeneous form of urbanism shaped by the perpetual repetition of the fundamental apartment building type of ‘Polykatoikia’. Athens […]

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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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Archipelago of Constellations

Archipelago of Constellations Fani Christina Papadopoulou Project There is underutilized capital to be found in the island complex in the Boston Harbor. The islands are astonishing resources, in terms of their natural resistance to flooding,the existing infrastructure and their diverse landscapes and ecosystems. There is […]

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Welcome, Utopia!

Welcome, Utopia! Elena Gallego de Velasco Project ABSTRACT Almost one year ago Spain rejected the permanent mechanism for the distribution of refugees derived from the Syrian conflict, refusing to accept almost 15,000 people. From the dissappointment with this situation arises this proposal, trying to generate […]

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Navigating Mimesis Through Collage

Navigating Mimesis Through Collage Carolin Bongartz Project Having been asked to extend an existing hotel in Ronchamp, with additional rooms, a studio for a family and a potential conference room. My project is an investigation around the themes of mimesis, travelling and collecting which developed into […]

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