Posts tagged house
325_Dan Whelan: Sanctuary for the Harrowed

Submission #325 | Dan Whelan: Sanctuary for the Harrowed — “Since the beginning of human existence, people have been crafting spaces to house the processes of life and the inevitable event of death. These spaces range from monumental to economical, and display a vast array of cultural indicators, such as status and religion. While extremely diverse across the globe and universally significant, this typology has experienced less evolution through the centuries as its primary purpose of housing the dead has gone unchanged.”

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223_James Frolow: Bordeaux Villa: Un Studio Prive

Submission #223 | James Frolow: Bordeaux Villa: Un Studio Prive — "The existing Bordeaux Villa by Rem Koolhaas was designed for a disabled man with wife and 2 children. The client’s brief was: '“I do not want a simple house. I want a complex house, because the house will define my world...”'

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204_Ellen Wong: Homonym Typology 

Submission #204 | Ellen Wong: Homonym Typology — "Within Homonym Typology, a suburban house is no longer an isolated entity, it engages with neighboring units to form a community. Each unit have common formation parts to spatial whole relationship. Each duplex is made up of two uniquely designed units which are fused together to create a set of relationships which the experience of duality of the unit is completed, the full function of a house is achieved through the connection."

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198_Saulo Nicolas Barrera: Carriage House

Submission #198 | Saulo Nicolas Barrera: Carriage House — "My concept behind my design was influenced by the visual elements of coral, it's organic array of patterns determines the built in furniture of my design and manipulates the spaces inside. The stacking elements that the coral portrays is engraved within the project, creating a visual illusion from the outside with glass surrounding the building, while maintaining its organic elements within this glass box."

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197_Nick Rossitch: Pool House

Submission #197 | Nick Rossitch: Pool House — "The concept for Pool House, a retreat home, comes from the pastime of playing billiards. It is derived from the path a pool ball takes on the billiards table. The idea is to have the interior circulation mimic a similar movement that a pool ball would take within the boundaries of this pure form of a cube as seen on the exterior of the structure."

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191_Chaiyapreak Muenjai: SPF Gaming Gym

Submission #191 | Kaowoat: SPF Gaming Gym — "Like Bangkok,the crowded city whichrare place for relaxation or health. Moreover, in the area of Wongsawang also have rare place for relaxation. So I decided to create this project that may help to reduce the generation gap and social interaction.

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177_Marine De Carbonnieres: McGill Architecture

Submission #177 | Marine De Carbonnieres: McGill Architecture — "She imagines "subversive encounters" in a project on the relationship between public and private realms. She envisions a series of bathhouses inserted into Montreal's subway system. She explores the notions of voyeurism and intimacy, carving out baths in the underground limestone.

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150_Emily Majors: Scratch

Submission #150 | Emily Majors: Scratch — "This studio focused on a process of indexicality. Beginning with a case study of the Troxell House by Richard Neutra, a series of diagrams were produced, revealing the notion of the architectural scratch, a series of disheveled shifts along diagonals produced by analyzing the corner conditions within the plan that result in a formal release.

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138_Gustavo Takata & João Ribeiro: House in a Bridge

Submission #138 | Gustavo Takata & João Ribeiro: House in a Bridge — "The concept arises from a restoring axis of the city-river relationship that, simultaneously with the pre-existing structure, creates the habitable space. After a process of unceasing exploration of the parallelism between spatial qualities and function, we enter into a moment of purification, through the search for the essence. Each space is born of the individual - place - function relationship, generating atmospheric auras that define the place itself. "

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131_Ashish Bhandari: [Un]ser house 

Submission #131 | Ashish Bhandari: [Un]ser house — "For this project we had to replace a middle school in Ann Arbor. I designed the middle school to be used by the students during school hours and by the community during off hours. The design was settled by looking into the surrounding neighborhood for context and the major programs of the school acted as the "homes" and the public space acted as the "street". I was looking into how the major programs could influence how the building and the student reacted within the "middle" and how that space could be engaged. 

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122_Asbjørn Staunstrup Lund: The Fairy Tale Of Maersk

Submission #122 | Asbjørn Staunstrup Lund: The Fairy Tale Of Maersk — The project encapsulates a retrospective proposal for Danish shipping magnate Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller. How a sustainable legacy could have been created in the heart of Copenhagen as an alternative to Maersk’s donation of the Copenhagen Opera House which was built in 2000.

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119_Peter Hsi: swit[CH]ange HOUSE

Submission #119 | swit[CH]ange HOUSE — In this new age we live in, the concept of sharing has transformed in a way that contradicts everything we were taught as a kid. One of the most drastic change comes from the concept of home sharing, the idea was to bring strangers into your house for a temporary stay.

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109_Jasper Gregory: Vanishing Indexicality

Submission #109 | Jasper Gregory: Vanishing Indexicality — The task of this project was to choose an original floor plan of a house, index it via diagrams, then transgress the diagrams into a 3D model. The requirements also consisted of choosing a dress from the designer Issey Miyake, produce drawings and then create a 3D digital model.

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84_Kaley Overstreet, Kyle Zook, Enio Dajko: Animal House

Kaley Overstreet, Kyle Zook, Enio Dajko: Animal House — Our project, situated on the corner of 135th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in Harlem, NY, explores a voyeuristic idea of how life in New York City acts as a “sitcom” performance within an 8-unit apartment complex. By using animals or various sizes as a parti of scale, we were able to create identifiable units that differ in size, location within the building, and match the personified traits and possessions of each animal.

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74_Daniel Rebolledo: Nuevo Circo de Caracas

Daniel Rebolledo: Nuevo Circo de Caracas — This was an academic project that was set on a historic landmark which is the Nuevo Circo de Caracas, and old slaughter house in the late 19th century, and was refurbished and transformed into the new bull fighting ring and biggest venue place in the early 20th century. The building was abandoned for several years as bull fighting became less popular over time.

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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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30_Minhui Zhou: Re-know Bow Wow

Minhui Zhou: Re-know Bow Wow — My project is a series of assignment of our architecture drawing class so it's not my original design. I chose the House & Atelier by Atelier Bow Wow for this course and did a representation based on my own understanding to the house.

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