New Pilot Cities

New Pilot Cities Eleni Pourdala @ The Bartlett School of Architecture Project The project proposes a self-sustainable and collective building system, where individuals are able to take control over their housing situation. The programme seeks to understand how people can be empowered with the tools […]

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Suspension of Disbelief

Suspension of Disbelief Kasia Stachura Project Suspension of Disbelief “a willingness to suspend one’scritical faculties and believe the unbelievable; sacrifice of realism and logic for the sake of enjoyment.” AndhereiwishicouldtellyouhalfthethingsAliceusedbelievetosay,beginningwith her favourite phrase `Let’s pretend.’(L.Carroll) We all tend to create and revel in scenarios that […]

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The Highgate Wake House

The Highgate Wake House Cathal Crumley Project The Highgate Wake House has been conceived as an amalgamation of various architectural interests. The Wake House can be described as three dwellings unified by an individual external lining. It’s material composition is of a modest nature. A timber […]

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The Stripe of Density

The Stripe of Density Elena Andonova, Natali Micevska, Hristina Mijalcheva & Marijana Kovachki @ Faculty of Architecture, Skopje University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, as part of the Patterns of Growth Studio: Unnatural Ecologies, tutors: Marija Mano Velevska, Slobodan Velevski, Nikola Gorgievski   Project ​The Patterns of Growth: […]

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NY Karla

NY Karla [Europan 14, Runner-up] DUE Atelier Project Concept The city of Karlskrona needs a new way to interact with the sea trough attractive district with an strong identity that could continues the urban context and connects different areas. The aim of the project is […]

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Eames Artefact

 Eames Artefact Monica Colla, Grace Johnston, Michaela van Voorthuysen, with the guidance of Gonzalo Valiente and Leandro Cappetto @ The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) – School of Design (Interior Architecture) Project This project attempts to deconstruct one of the most iconic and recognised works […]

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NYC Pulse

NYC Pulse Stanislas Chaillou Project The project is a 2-minute animation evidencing Manhattan’s “pulse” between Work in Wall Street and Play,around 5th Avenue. Both places experience picks of activity alternatively throughout the day: morning commutes of white collars in the business district in the morning, and rush hour of […]

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Grid Study

Grid Study Joao Hauer  @  Dessau Institute of Architecture – 2018 (M.Arch Masters Student) Project Rather then a final solid product, Grid Study focuses on the process of creating specificity out of something totally generic, such as a simple grid. This exercise emphasizes the potentials of […]

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Exhibiting the City

Exhibiting the City Riccardo Sforzi Project  Exhibiting the city is a project for the city of Vienna with the aim of showing the process of transformation of the city through its architecture and the totality of its image. The starting point of the analysis was […]

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Com-pan-inoship Structures

Com-pan-inoship Structures: The case of the Old Electricity Complex in Karditsa city Elli Papachristopoulou @ School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens   Project The project aims to establish a structure in the city centre of Karditsa in terms of collective use, which will […]

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Remedial Patches

Remedial Patches Irena Milojeska, Kristina Nikolovska, Anastasija Ilievska Project We see the location as a cutoff from the big map from Skopje, in which the Zhelezara Factory (iron smelting factory)  stands as a barrier that prevented the logical expansion of the city in that direction. On […]

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Friends of Brick, Ringwood

Friends of Brick, Ringwood Blight, Blight & Blight Architecture (Richard Blight, Jonathan Ng Cheong Tin, Stephanie Choy, Yuning Xing and Frank Burridge) Project Utopia is hard work. Why not automate it? This is our most radical and most practical project so far. A big part of our practice […]

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Edible Future

Edible Future Nandi Yang @ University of Pennsylvania, , MLA 701/ 2017 Fall Landscape Architecture Studio, Chris Marcinkoski   Project Food in Japanese culture is both central, and highly valued. Products like Wagyu Beef, Tuna and Matsutake mushrooms can often command seemingly obscene price levels both in […]

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