Posts tagged student
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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253_Stefan Burnett: MIT Interstitial Housing

Submission #253 | Stefan Burnett: MIT Interstitial Housing — “MIT Interstitial Housing looks to solve the harsh divide of academics and student living spaces through the use of interstitial open spaces, both housing and academics live off of one another. This new building typology aims to create a healthier balance between academics and student living.”

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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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209_Kevin Garcia: The Isola Apartments

Submission #209 | Kevin Garcia: The Isola Apartments — "The Isola Apartments is a Mixed-Use 104 unit residential project located in Salt Lake City, Utah.  “Isola” is an Italian word that is defined as an island or a set of islands, and can most notably be seen through the concept of having two building masses rising from the streets of Salt Lake City.  The building and site is designed to react to 3 main site considerations.  #1 Providing the area with much needed green and public space.  #2 Reacting to the adjacent UTA (Utah Public Transit System) and providing circulation space.  #3 Directing occupants towards views of downtown Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Mountain Range."

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130_William Toohey III: Vertical Corridor

Submission #130 | William Toohey III: Vertical Corridor — "A new grand gesture in both vertical and horizontal planes allows for the redirection of MIT's Infinite Corridor. The proposed master plan is a thoughtful response to Eero Saarinen’s 1954 master plan, the current site context, and MIT’s needs and desires as a leading institution in science and engineering. Identifying 9 concepts visible through the lens of a mid-twentieth century architect allowed for setting the framework for a design process relevant in today’s world with great hopes for the future built environment.

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104_Luis Fernando Munoz and Julia Eve Pen: Bubbles

Submission #104 | Luis Fernando Munoz and Julia Eve Pen: Bubbles — The dictionary defines diversity as the quality or state of having many different forms, types and ideas, but in reality diversity exists in much more complex forms. There is cultural diversity, diversity of thought, diversity of origin, the list grows, and the way diversity is perceived is equally complex. In the context of Texas A&M University there have been initiatives to put diversity at the forefront of the school’s agenda.

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70_Rasmus Maabjerg: Harrison Center of Death

Rasmus Maabjerg: Harrison Center of Death — It is a project that deals with both physical and non-physical datastorage, related to both the residents of Harrison and the transitory people comming in and out of the city. Both low and high skill work is perform in form of physically handeling of the items and highskill managing of the non-physical data.

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61_Austin Madrigale: The Digital Misfit

Austin Madrigale: The Digital Misfit — This studio deals with indexicality and translations from analog to digital and the study of a mid century modern home and a dress by fashion designer Issey Miyake. My project is about the effects of data translation and the use of the glitch as representation to create a programmatic commentary that engages in a new speculation on reality.

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55_Aniq Anas: Embara; Saigon's Youth Arcadia

Aniq Anas: Embara; Saigon's Youth Arcadia — This theoretical city seek to promote interaction amongst stranger. Stranger interaction is the wilful engagement between people who have no previous relationship. This act of spontaneity can have significant effects by interrupting the expected narratives of daily life, shifting perspective, and forming unexpected connections.

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38_Nada AlMulla: Manufactory

Nada AlMulla: Manufactory — We have now reached the brink of a new industrial revolution that has been recognized by its synthetic intelligence and Cyber-physical realms. Manufactory; an obsolete word which preceded the use of the term ‘factory’ is a composition that takes us two centuries back...

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35_Lois Huguet and Franca Kind: New Forms of Funeral Places

Lois Huguet and Franca Kind: New Forms of Funeral Places — Japan suffers from a high lack of space. Decedents and ashes cannot be stored anymore. And if an alternative has to be found, the answer could be sought in contemporary technologies. Thus, a new state changement is allowed : from the human being to the digitized being.

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33_Natalie Bezarashvili: Palace of Congestion

Natalie Bezarashvili: Palace of Congestion — Skyrise located in urban jungle and its residents squeeze into an even smaller area: much of the territory is so mountainous it is impossible to build on. As it is known the birds have so called sky lands and sky highways, where they can fly or even feel home. With limited space to grow outwards, Metropolis has been expanding upwards for decades, and now has more skyscrapers than New York or Hong Kong in the very midst of 2020s.

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31_Seni Agunpopo: Untitled//001

Seni Agunpopo: Untitled//001 — The outcome of this project was to create an archive gallery plus a cultural arts centre. the archive galley expands on idea of 'participation' creating a hub for past influences of the city deemed redundant by political leaders and taken away from the community.

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25_Peter Hsi: History of Syncopation

Peter Hsi: History of Syncopation — The project is a design for Columbia University Boathouse at the edge of Manhattan island, Spuyten Duyvil Creek. The architecture is constantly under the influence of the natural environment, and the development of the buildings of Columbia sports department.

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10_Arooj Ahmad and Georgia Ntoukaki: Lost Memories of Glasgow

Arooj Ahmad and Georgia Ntoukaki: Lost Memories of Glasgow — The project is essentially an exploration into the memories left behind by buildings that are now derelict, under-used and ignored. How architecture today can capture the essence of the spaces and meanings behind those spaces and convey them in a different manner to inspire a connection between people and the place they inhabit was the key idea.

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3_Iuri Trombini: Remix

Iuri Trombini: Remix — Music, like architecture, is comprised of a series of relational components. But the presence of some objects within larger compositions are not always apparent. It is within the latency of these systems where new knowledge potentials can emerge. This project investigated the architectural implications of remixing music as it pertains to the untapped potential within generative design processes.

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