Posts tagged future
348 / Suzi Pain: Adaptive Design, City Thresholds

Submission #348 | Suzi Pain: Adaptive Design, City Thresholds: “This is one of my student projects from 2013. This project explores the design of an adaptable building. The idea is that an adaptable building is a generic structure capable of adapting to a range of different programmes over time.”

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344 / Wael Marawi: Hoyamal, A Marine Cultural City

Submission #344 | Wael Marawi: Hoyamal, A Marine Cultural City — “The project is a marine cultural city which includes different sea related functions and activities inspired by the long history of the UAE with the marine life. The main components of the project are a maritime museum, an aquarium, a research center, an edutainment center, and a fishing academy. It also includes an auditorium, laboratories, classrooms, and workshops. The project is designed to have five different buildings for different functions.”

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318_Behruz Hairullaev, Brandon Muir and Nicholas LiCausi: Holographic Reality

Submission #318 | Behruz Hairullaev, Brandon Muir and Nicholas LiCausi: Holographic Reality — “For decades, films and media outlets have portrayed holograms as the technology synonymous with the future. Through advancements, scientists and designers alike have been able to create scattering lights that create forms, but only at a small scale. As of now, we have three-dimensional viewings through two-dimensional screens.”

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287_Robin Andreas Koch: THE BRAIN

Submission #287 | Robin Andreas Koch: THE BRAIN — “A proposal for the new main library of the city. It includes a huge self functional high bay warehouse which saves up to millions of books. Full automatically robots grab the books and pass it to the visitors if they want to. The main design of this library work with a completely new way of thinking how a library can work.”

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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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280_Moritz Spaeh: Urban Farming

Submission #280 | Moritz Spaeh: Urban Farming — “The newly emerging commercial and industrial district is based on the former industrial area. In order to give the building in the north a representative address, the existing halls were demolished and the market hall was pushed between the existing buildings. From the east, a long, narrow lane leads to the market hall.”

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279_Matteo Gawlak and Riccardo Gialloreto: The New Yorker

Submission #279 | Matteo Gawlak and Riccardo Gialloreto: The New Yorker — “Opposite to the anonymous architecture of the skyscrapers that don’t take in account the context of the city, its identity, and the lifestyle, The New Yorker wants to be a specific answer for the city of New York, land where high-rise buildings were born.”

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260_Noël Picaper and Hugo Bertrand: Foodscape

Submission #260 | Noël Picaper and Hugo Bertrand: Foodscape — “How to create diversified landscapes with food and architecture? Imagine the deserted spaces of the city as fertile lands. Parking facilities, residual spaces, highway surroundings, could lead to an abundant food production.”

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250_Tomasz Bulczak: Atlas of Unexpected Spaces for Collectivity

Submission #250 | Tomasz Bulczak: Atlas of Unexpected Spaces for Collectivity — “Atlas aims to spark an impulse for bottom-up associations and industries to bring Lot together. As in Erwin Schrodinger concept of shared consciousness or Buckminster Fuller’s Spaceship Earth, they can perceive themselves as unity that can act successfully for their own sustainable future.”

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76_Joshua Aylett: Systems Diversion

Joshua Aylett: Systems Diversion — I graduated from the Oxford School of Architecture this past summer and I am currently living in Madrid. I am working at a freelance capacity producing architectural visuals and drawings, as well as exploring other creative interests including photography, design and research. I am curating an exhibition of student work from the ‘unfinished Madrid’ postgraduate studio at Oxford Brookes University 2016.

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66_Aglae Rodriguez: Stains of the Future

Aglae Rodriguez: Stains of the Future — After studying the responses of figures in the Rorschach test, it makes me think that perception better fits the subconscious mind. It is what our eyes see from the test that gives our reason in another sense, whether it is smell, music or touch. For this reason, the message of my work is very personal and changes in the mind of each person.

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42_Edward Radev: Homi(num)reditus

Edward Radev: Homi(num)reditus — The gallery spaces from the original proposal and new proposal will intertwine to create a transition between two worlds. The academy itself is set in the near future where extraterrestrial life is being explored. The academy being a center for research of extraterrestrial plant species and how they can be used to create architecture that can be grown.

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9_Kig Veerasunthorn and Stephanie Tager: Interim Urbanism

Kig Veerasunthorn and Stephanie Tager: Interim Urbanism — The flooding is the main constrain for our design. The elevated scaffolding structure plays a big role in our design. Each new interventions have a different interaction with existing city, which are divided into four typologies based on their configuration and program for example, a new housing and working space.

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