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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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313_Iago Blanco and Daniel Valle: Water Pavilion

Submission #313 | Iago Blanco and Daniel Valle: Water Pavilion — “The proposal for the Water Pavilion explores various water principles and the translation into an architectural experience. The notion of fluidity, buoyancy and constant change are principles for our proposal. The pavilion stands between a submerged and emerged level –as submarines do- defining a sensible state of equilibrium between dry and wet.”

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278_Settawut Leenavong: Prasiolite State

Submission #278 | Settawut Leenavong: Prasiolite State — “Prasiolite State, or a "Green Crystals of Bangkok" is an experiential, experimental and ecological architecture project done by Chulalongkorn university undergraduate, Settawut Leenavong. The project explores the characteristic of crystal formation, polygons and various connection of molecular joints. Prasiolite takes the inspiration from the name of green crystals which form inside the gas cavity of lavas. The exterior hard shells were able to protect the enclosed interior from the intervention of physical environment.”

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255_Jean-Philippe Fahey and Émilie Fortier: Novela Bodega

Submission #255 | Jean-Philippe Fahey and Émilie Fortier: Novela Bodega — “A project inspired by the romance of La Rioja, this proposal for a winery aims to bring couples together. This project is devoted to anunotourism and is dedicated to an annual production of more than 100,000 bottles.”

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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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140_Axel Alexander Olson: The Chicago Watershed

Submission #140 | Axel Alexander Olson:  The Chicago Watershed — "The Chicago Watershed Cultural Center is situated at a critical point along the main branch of the Chicago River and its Northern Riverwalk. In an initial study of the site's context, the sonic and luminous spaces of the alternating bridge-bay condition on the newly revitalized South Riverwalk revealed an inverse relationship between sound and light during the day and night."

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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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