Posts tagged hybrid
347 / Mike Roe: Technological Innovation Center

Submission #347 | Mike Roe: Technological Innovation Center — “This design studies the social structure surrounding emerging technologies. It proposes micro scale control of technological innovation void of the ascending political and financial implications that restrict corporations. The program supports maker spaces, fabrication resources, autonomous boat tours, and a digital environment; a new spacial typology hybridizes real and virtual worlds and provides an interface between human and system.”

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235_Wendy Chan: Sparkling Raspberry

Submission #235 | Wendy Chan: Sparkling Raspberry — "Modernization is a major challenge in many traditional cities over the world. With increasing population density, there is a need to introduce hyper-dense housing as well as public facilities to the preexisting heritage city. Conflicts associated with cultural, environmental transition and limited spaces commonly arise in the community."

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121_Enzo-Lucas Desessart: l'Argonaute

Submission #121 | Enzo-Lucas Desessart: l'Argonaute — This project is supported by a strong idea: the connection. This is directly introduced by the location of the site: a hollow tooth bordered to the south by an athletic track, the Philipides stadium, and to the east by a tramway stop, where the main line of the city of Montpellier.

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60_Sawinya Chavanich: Iridescent Light

Sawinya Chavanich: Iridescent Light — Iridescent Light is the project that is trying to explore the relationship between hybrid objects and lighting conditions. Each piece of small object is deliberately selected, transformed and adjusted to create the harmony and iridescent phenomena effect.

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24_Rares Fotau: Engineering University Extension

Rares Fotau: Engineering University Extension — The project is based on a hybrid between two types of education: traditional learning and the new, unconventional type. Thus I tried to emphasize the relationship of these two types of education.

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