Posts tagged architecture
327_Matteo Gawlak and Micol Zucchini: u_Tube

Submission #327 | Matteo Gawlak and Micol Zucchini: u_Tube — “Buynet city, 2030. Never before man has been so explicitly recognized as the true protagonist and placed with determination at the center of the purchase, linked only on shopping online. Subject and object at the same time of a philosophical and almost metaphysical research about his place and his role in the buying network.”

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323_Anna Gharibyan: Water Sport Complex in Vanadzor

Submission #323 | Anna Gharibyan: Water Sport Complex in Vanadzor / “Renovation of the manufacturing building to a water sport complex in Vanadzor. The projected building is situated in the northwestern part of Vanadzor, more specifically in the northwestern part of the chemical factory.”

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303_Hazem Talaat: [Re]thinking [Re]drawing : [Un]finished Architecture

Submission #303 | Hazem Talaat: [Re]thinking [Re]drawing : [Un]finished Architecture — “[re]thinking [re]drawing architecture: is a visual study based on photography research, on the potential value of [un]finished buildings in Mediterranean countries specifically Southern Italy and Spain. Where incomplete ruins act as an invitation to manifest unorthodox thoughts of completion, utilizing new experimentation on a technique of [re]drawing.”

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283_Chong Leng: Cyclops

Submission #283 | Chong Leng: Cyclops — ‘The “Cyclops” is a theoretical project that is discussing what could be the relationship between human, architecture, and machine (strong A.I implanted in) in the future. The “site” and building is provided worldwide by the non-profit technology organization- “D.ZZLE.”’

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266_Smit Patel: SCET Institute of Design

Submission #266 | Smit Patel: SCET Institute of Design — “The Brief calls for a comprehensive educational aggregation of design programs of Architecture, Interior Design and Fine Arts that will be centred around the educational zone of Surat, India. The site is located in the Educational district of Sarvajanik educational zone as the linear site spans adjacent to the road abutting a busy road.”

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245_Alina Sanina: Podium for Allegory of the Cave

Submission #245 | Alina Sanina: Architecture Drawings — Podium for the exposition of drones is an organic ensemble of unique furniture elements. Each part of the installation is created using traditional Cartesian geometry, mixing vertically and horizontally in continuous and three-dimensional surfaces.

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228_Trevor Mayes: Manhattan Project 2.0; The Bureau of Transnationalism

Submission #228 | Trevor Mayes: Manhattan Project 2.0; The Bureau of Transnationalism — "The Bureau of Transnationalism seeks to dissolve borders and encourage globalization by compressing these tiers of connection that currently segregate the world. This is accomplished by providing internet access of an unprecedented speed to the entirety of the world’s population in exchange for individuals’ personal data, eliminating any borders separating people from people."

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222_Mingchen Cui, Zejun Li, Yutao Hu, Dianyu Yang: STEAM

Submission #222 | Mingchen Cui, Zejun Li, Yutao Hu, Dianyu Yan: STEAM — "Our project seeks to inform federal and state policymakers of the critical role that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education plays in U.S. competitiveness and future economic prosperity."

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206_Andrea Bulloni, Ilaria Belotti, Marco Papagni: TEXTILIA

Submission #206 | Andrea Bulloni, Ilaria Belotti, Marco Papagni: TEXTILIA — "TEXTILIA is the memory of a recent manufacturing past. The Schiatti company, has had for years a key role in Lentate community and is deeply rooted in the heart of every citizen. The quality of its textile production finds voice in TEXTILIA: as the Jacquard loom wove strings of silk to get an extraordinary weft, the project intersects several functions, public spaces, private and commercial, to achieve a high quality of living.

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184_Paul Germaine McCoy and Francisco Javier Rivera: In Between

Submission #184 | Paul Germaine McCoy and Francisco Javier Rivera from Texas A&M University — The significance of the objects Barcelona has aggregated to create its urban fabric go beyond the formal intentions flattened on each facade. Behind them and in between the slabs resides the floating consciousness of a generation with the desire of immediate gratification and long term impact. We investigate this idea by pushing life and work under one roof.

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183_Simon Mckenzie: McGill Architecture

Submission #183 | Simon Mckenzie: McGill Architecture — "This thesis examines the fundamental features of movement, temporality, and perception. It focuses specifically on the relationship between bodily movements that are enacted consciously versus unconsciously, claiming this dilation to be an integral part to the developmental structuring of consciousness. As suggested by David Morris, we cannot talk about the body’s movement without talking about the environment in which it moves. "

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181_Sarah Ives: McGill Architecture

Submission #181 | Sarah Ives: McGill Architecture — "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 dumping ground for demolished buildings, among them some of the city’s most treasured architectural artifacts. Over the years, this landfill has transformed into a natural landscape with luxuriant vegetation, wildlife, and even beaches."

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179_Michael Fohring: Pet Furniture

Submission #179 | Michael Fohring: McGill Architecture — Pet Furniture seeks to reimagine our relationships and stories with our furniture, amplifying this odd sensation that inanimate “things” just may, possibly, have a soul, or gender, or feelings.  While we largely take furniture for granted for their functionality, or merely idolize their beauty and craft, Pet Furniture aims to imbibe them with a sense of eroticism, curiosity, and humour, re-charging our domestic spaces with these qualities as well.

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178_Mark Melnichuk: McGill Architecture

Submission #178 | Mark Melnichuk: McGill Architecture — "The project combines both the lookout and bathing station into one formal gesture rising out of the water. The height of the lookout tower is determined by the former water level of the Dead Sea, before industrial and agricultural use of the water caused a water level drop of a drastic 1m/year. The lookout provides views of the dry sea bed nearby, framing the effects of the water level drop on the Dead Sea region."

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176_Lorenzo Saroli: An Architecture of Excavation

Submission #176 | Lorenzo Saroli: An Architecture of Excavation — "A common outcry can be heard from Montrealers, pleading for the conservation of their churches. The city’s attachment to the Catholic Church is undeniable, and its evolutionary reliance on it was unmatched. In addition to embodying urban monumentality and punctuating the built environment, the presence of the city’s religious patrimony throughout the urban landscape bore witness to the Church’s importance in all aspects of life – transcending spirituality and religion to deal with social, cultural and political issues."

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175_Leina Godin: Architecture for Silence

Submission #175 | Leina Godin: Architecture for Silence — "This project proposes an architectural alternative on how we process death, overcoming the sense of powerlessness by re-defining the funerary procession in the densely populated city of Tokyo.

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174_Laurie Charron and Myriam Assal: The Very Long Building

Submission #174 | Laurie Charron and Myriam Assal: McGill Architecture — "Myriam Assal and Laurie Charron-Lozeau design a Very Long Building for the new scientific campus of Université de Montréal in an old railyard between the Parc-Ex and Outremont neighbourhoods. They intend to humanize the megastructure by creating large public spaces, considering pedestrians and cyclists at the heart of their project."

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