Posts tagged ground
352 / Camille Vigil and Giovanni Casalini: Rwanda Chapel

Submission #352 | Camille Vigil and Giovanni Casalini: Rwanda Chapel; “Our project was a submission for the international competition by Young Architects Competition called Rwanda Chapel. Our project was awarded the ranking of Finalist as judged by the jury, comprised of Eduardo Souto de Moura, Tatiana Bilbao, Peter Eisenman, Sean Godsell, Jean Paul Uzabakiriho, Simon Frommenwiler, Sol Madridejos, Walter Mariotti, and Andrew Boeri.”

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338 / Dan Whelan: Paradise Regained

Submission #338 | Dan Whelan: Paradise Regained — “Paradise Regained is a sculptural gesture and ecological stepping stone for native flora and fauna located at the underutilised Power Street loop site in Melbourne, Australia. The proposal seeks innovative and creative ways in which to design green space within the city, decreasing storm water runoff and creating a rare urban paradise in which native flora & fauna can flourish.”

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256_Stanley Tan: Market Monument

Submission #256 | Stanley Tan: Market Monument — “The proposal intends to be a concentrated city intensifying the uses of the traditional city whilst becoming an alternative infrastructure to the ground conditions created by many contemporary developments.”

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247_Lambert David: Refuge-ground

Submission #247 | Lambert David: Refuge-ground — “Thanks to this new architectural concept, 25,000 shelters have been built on the coast of the Bay of Bengal, giving shape to a network of habitable offshore salt platforms raised above sea level. These human groups are gradually reconquering abandoned sectors, sheltering new forms of lacustrine societies, allowing life to emancipate in this vast salt water ecosystem.”

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139_Khalid Al-Tamimi and Nasser Ghannam: Almost Natural

Submission #139 | Khalid Al-Tamimi and Nasser Ghannam: Almost Natural — "Almost Natural attempts to explore the production of space and aesthetics in the Anthropocene through blurring between the natural and the synthetic. The Anthropocene is the new geological era that has emerged out of the unprecedented influence the human race continues to have on the planet’s ecology."

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133_James Frolow: Elevare Apartments

Submission #133 | James Frolow: Elevare Apartments — "Elevare Apartments on Pulteney St aims to seduce the public with generous openings to the ground level markets. It incorporates roof terraces inspired by Japanese architecture as relief space for the users. The design was adapted to follow the suns orientation to maximise daylight access throughout the structure. The market space below features a cafe with outdoor seating with a spacious atmosphere."

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132_Eric Kuczek and Eric Kelly: Ecke Stadt

Submission #132 | Eric Kuczek and Eric Kelly: Ecke Stadt — "In an attempt to cater to the surrounding context (people, place, climate) Ecke Stadt will instill a hub that provides accessible, openness to public and private working environments. A seamless integration with the architectural geometry allows for an urban experience on the ground level. Transparencies employed throughout the building celebrate the harmonious separation of program. "

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120_Kerem Yesildag, Nisan Baskin, Beyza Avci and Buğra Eser: Research & Development Institute

Submission #120 | Kerem Yesildag, Nisan Baskin, Beyza Avci and Buğra Eser: Research & Development Institute — The rural site is a heavy crowded urban settlement with insufficient informal housing. The local people lack basic needs as; clean water, sanitation, durability, and housing space and permits. What we as architects can do is provoke social change. What we can do about is the living areas.

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71_Stepan Nesterenko: Whale­–House

Stepan Nesterenko: Whale­–House — The project is a spatial critical speculation, partly based on the entrance situation of the reference — House Rudin by H&deM, and the given dimensions of two interacting volumes — one public and one private, set together to examine the relation of different oppositions: inside / outside, private / public, positive / negative space.

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61_Austin Madrigale: The Digital Misfit

Austin Madrigale: The Digital Misfit — This studio deals with indexicality and translations from analog to digital and the study of a mid century modern home and a dress by fashion designer Issey Miyake. My project is about the effects of data translation and the use of the glitch as representation to create a programmatic commentary that engages in a new speculation on reality.

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27_Marcos Arriaza: Aberration of the Grid

Marcos Arriaza: Aberration of the Grid — The task of the project is to make an underground intervention with a lost and found office that will connect with the subway line in the intersection of 14th St. and avenue A in New York City.

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