Posts tagged school
254_Masoud Abedi Moghadam: Faded Borders

Submission #254 | Masoud Abedi Moghadam: Faded Borders — “As it is understood from the topic, the purpose of designing was to create a fun and amicable atmosphere for the children to learn. We have removed all the borders and class divisions that are usual in nowadays school and instead of that we have merged the learning spaces by defining different zones on the basis of the age of the children.”

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241_Alexander Shambaugh: Another 34,000 a Day

Submission #241 | Alexander Shambaugh: Another 34,000 a Day — "This studio project involved a 2 month intensive study of tensile fabric structures which became the primary typology for our temporary refugee shelters. Furthermore, this study prompted a 7-day trip to the coast of Maine where we visited industrial fabric manufacturers, wooden boat and sail craftsmen, as well as our final building site on the Portland waterfront."

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240_Rasem Kamal: Wadi Rum Excavated Sanctuaries

Submission #240 | Rasem Kamal: Wadi Rum Excavated Sanctuaries — “The design concept was based on excavating a series of fragmented yet interconnected courtyards which remained exposed to the sky despite being under the sand‘s datum line.”

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237_Nicolas Turchi: Water/Music

Submission #237 | Nicolas Turchi: Water/Music — "Located in a developing area of the Boston waterfront, the project stands between landscape, urbanism and architecture, in an effort to set a new interdisciplinary approach for the renovation of an abandoned industrial area.  As host to the new Boston Music Hall and a series of associated facilities like studio theaters and performance spaces, the project aims to merge music and water"

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213_Zhiyuan Peng: Student Accommodation for The Porto School of Architecture

Submission #213 | Zhiyuan Peng: Student Accommodation for The Porto School of Architecture — "The site is a slope. And we are asked for keep all the trees on the site. So I think to make my project in different height will be a nice way to fit the site.The buildings around the riverside of Porto gave me another idea. All the buildings are on the hill and all in diverse heights."

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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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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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108_Matthew Bohne: Iceland Resolution, The View from Nowhere

Submission #108 | Matthew Bohne: Iceland Resolution, The View from Nowhere — In Iceland, 99% of electricity is produced from renewable resources. To meet the demand for commercial energy consumption, several experimental forms of energy production have been developed. This has accelerated the encounter with new dissolved solids, toxic metals, and corrosive gasses. The “beasts” or dýrið, as they are referred to by locals, are gaseous excretion systems that move across the terrain assisting with the substantial underground operations.

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98_Jose Lacruz Vela: Vallehermoso Market Rehabilitation

Submission #98 | Jose Lacruz Vela: Vallehermoso Market Rehabilitation — The project explores the conjunction between skin and use, through the restoration of an old market in Madrid. Undertaking the need of food production within cities, while generating a new public space, intertwined with a farm and an enclosed market.

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93_Jamison Sweat: Death of the Detail

Jamison Sweat: Death of the Detail — "With the removal of the joint, more specifically, in the discourse of contemporary architecture, surface continuity and the diagram reign supreme. Jointless modernist organisms work so hard to detail in ways that hide the actual mechanics and ontological condensation of how buildings come into being. Tectonic is described in two realms, one pertaining to ontology, or how things come into being, and the other as representational, or the representation of a constructional element, which is present, but hidden."

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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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76_Joshua Aylett: Systems Diversion

Joshua Aylett: Systems Diversion — I graduated from the Oxford School of Architecture this past summer and I am currently living in Madrid. I am working at a freelance capacity producing architectural visuals and drawings, as well as exploring other creative interests including photography, design and research. I am curating an exhibition of student work from the ‘unfinished Madrid’ postgraduate studio at Oxford Brookes University 2016.

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69_Jorge Olano: Gardeniers Oliver

Jorge Olano: Gardeniers Oliver — The old school Ramon J. Sender is rehabilitated as school gardening for ATADES association, and as a space available to neighborhood activities. This operation is associated with urban voids due to its new use as agricultural soil. This is an opportunity to revitalize the street San Vicente Ferrer, the backbone between the street Antonio Leyva and Oeste Park...

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50_Bryce Bessell: The Revival

Bryce Bessell: The Revival — A proposal that seeks to rebel against societies ever evolving technologies and machinery, through the revival of artisan trade skills of which are slowly dissipating with the elderly who possess them. The programme attempts to diminish the current divisions in society that exist between workplace, living and leisure space in order to create a socialist environment.

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44_Bryan Rayo Balandra: School of Expressive Arts in San Martin de Porres

Bryan Rayo Balandra: School of Expressive Arts in San Martin de Porres — The project is based on volumes placed on a stepped platform that gives a virtual edge to the street. The main volume is an academic block that is a fragmented cloister creating spaces of interaction between students.

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37_Manuel Gonzalez Nogueira: inCUBAting Capitalism

Manuel Gonzalez Nogueira: inCUBAting Capitalism — Cuban integrity has been suffering from several political and economic inconsistencies. The economic wealth of the island has been rooted in financial dependence on a major country, producing collateral damage in its national identity...

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