Posts tagged scale
296_Elia Zoppi, Caterina Francesconi and Valeria Fruzzetti: Dialogues | Antonio Lupi Headquarters

Submission #296 | Elia Zoppi, Caterina Francesconi and Valeria Fruzzetti: Dialogues | Antonio Lupi Headquarters — “The desire to establish a relationship with the few but clear elements that characterize the landscape has placed itself at the base of the compositional logic. Proceeding with the definition of the intervention, the intention was to bring the dialogue to the human scale, favoring the meeting between people and different figures through the interaction between the spaces.”

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242_Jorge Sánchez Bajo: Catalog of Aesthetic Ruins

Submission #242 | Jorge Sánchez Bajo: Catalog of Aesthetic Ruins — "This project aims to make Driade markets Milanese architecture in order to achieve stages for the real users of these spaces, furniture."

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228_Trevor Mayes: Manhattan Project 2.0; The Bureau of Transnationalism

Submission #228 | Trevor Mayes: Manhattan Project 2.0; The Bureau of Transnationalism — "The Bureau of Transnationalism seeks to dissolve borders and encourage globalization by compressing these tiers of connection that currently segregate the world. This is accomplished by providing internet access of an unprecedented speed to the entirety of the world’s population in exchange for individuals’ personal data, eliminating any borders separating people from people."

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157_Jack Oliva-Rendler: Apparatus for Technical Logic in Analytic Structures 

Submission #157 | Jack Oliva-Rendler: Apparatus for Technical Logic in Analytic Structures — Apparatus for Technical Logic in Analytic Structures :Along a strata, giving access to diverse and ecological contexts, infrastructure is explored in its capacity to give structure to the creative and analytic processes involved in the creation of our built environment. Infrastructure is proposed as being responsible for physical and environmental systems, as well as informational infrastructures that give coordination between multiple layers of our built environment in itself, and the cognitive processes that create our built environment.

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149_Gabriel Gomes, Giulia Chagas, Taissa Assis: Porto 247

Submission #149 | Gabriel Gomes, Giulia Chagas, Taissa Assis: Porto 247 — "Located in the revitalized Port Area of io de Janeiro, the land is positioned in an area of any challenges. The first question is memory and heritage, which historic houses give life to a population that has lived there for generations. The second major issue is the uncertain future of the region with all the transformation process that has been taking place in recent years."

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102_James Brillon and Alexander Van Odom: Restructuring the Bronx

Submission #102 | James Brillon and Alexander Van Odom: Restructuring the Bronx — The project reconciles the infrastructural cuts that have separated the Bronx from its waterfront over the past 100 years. In the wake of the borough’s development, several north-south axes of freight train, car, and rail infrastructure have damaged the urban fabric, without consideration of local resident’s needs. To counter this, the project considers infrastructure as a tool for empowerment of local communities.

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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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83_Jordan Whitewood-Neal: The Narcissist Bakery

Jordan Whitewood-Neal: The Narcissist Bakery — Tower Hamlets exists as an area of stark social and economic division, a division resulting in a patchwork of centralised power zones and vast densified spaces of deprivation and poverty. At the center of economic growth and development lies the consumption of Commodities, and with Commodity comes the theory of narcissism. Commodity narcissism, a theory developed by Robert Cluley...

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