Posts tagged studio
317_Timothee Mercier and Ian Lee: Bronx Supportive Living & Farming

Submission #317 | Timothee Mercier and Ian Lee: Bronx Supportive Living & Farming — “The housing project is an attempt to bring farming back to the Bronx residents in its current urban context, assimilating urbanism and agriculture – providing a new, intimate proximity with food. Empowering residents with a self-sustaining nutritional and financial system. A form of supportive housing, a new age of housing.”

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310_Victor Moldoveanu: Protecting Paradise

Submission #310 | Victor Moldoveanu: Protecting Paradise — “Inspired by the 16th century Chinese classical novel "The Monkey King" where heroes fight to protect the heavens, the project demonstrates how peace, equality and freedom prove to be democratic design tools that can protect Paradise, the most extensive rainforest of Central America.”

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309_Victor Moldoveanu: The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom

Submission #309 | Victor Moldoveanu: The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom — “Inspired by Jules Verne’s "In Search of the Castaways" where heroes travel the oceans of the world to find and save the lost crew, The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom occupies 20,000 square kilometres of the Danish Territorial Waters of the Jutland Peninsula. Embracing the foreseeable sea-level rise, The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom is a project showing a model of embracing ocean level rise and consequently taking up life on water.”

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286_Anderson Beuting: Chapel Project

Submission #286 | Anderson Beuting: Chapel Project — “Upon request for a renovation and amplification of an existing chapel, that could later be used independently from the building it was attached to, for weddings and celebrations to take place, the concept was to create a small piece of art in the middle of the city of Joinville.”

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243_Flora Milanez: Lavrion's Cultural Factory

Submission #243 | Flora Milanez: Lavrion's Cultural Factory — “With the aim of promoting the coming together of the local population and making the Park inviting and accessible, the function assigned to the old power plant and gas station buildings consists in a space where cultural and educational workshops will be offered to both locals and tourists in a different range of duration spans and topics.”

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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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223_James Frolow: Bordeaux Villa: Un Studio Prive

Submission #223 | James Frolow: Bordeaux Villa: Un Studio Prive — "The existing Bordeaux Villa by Rem Koolhaas was designed for a disabled man with wife and 2 children. The client’s brief was: '“I do not want a simple house. I want a complex house, because the house will define my world...”'

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221_Austin Madrigale, Christian Stiles, Ozzy Veliz, Ysaac Bustamante: Residential Panopticon

Submission #221 | Austin Madrigale, Christian Stiles, Ozzy Veliz, Ysaac Bustamante: Residential Panopticon — "This studio looked at how we can create tectonic design and image analysis through the utilization of open source machine vision libraries in parallel with custom agent based tectonic software to reexamine architecture's relationship to the image as generative device and the context as a cultural entity."

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172_Jerome Lai: McGill Architecture

Submission #172 | Jerome Lai: McGill Architecture — "He creates an 'urban condenser': a 1000x150m platform, aiming to replace the traditional fabric of streets and city blocks. It hosts residences, offices, a campus and recreational spaces. He envisions that the multiplicity and complexity of programmatic interactions relieve users from the fundamental need for space outside the platform. In the end, the platform becomes the city itself."

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126_Patrick Linder, Liz Szatko, Tyler Whitney, Siobhan Klinkenberg: Flex Flats

Submission #126 | Patrick Linder, Liz Szatko, Tyler Whitney, Siobhan Klinkenberg: Flex Flats — FlexFlats was a submission for the Institutions Studio at Taubman College in collaboration with Maurice Cox the Planning Director for the City of Detroit for various Pink Zones around the City of Detroit.

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107_​Houman Khosravi​: Music for Housing

Submission #107 | Houman Khosravi​: Music for Housing — "The first exercise of of the semester was to craft a conceptual construct based on design intuition as well as my preconceived notions and views of London. Using mechanical found objects, I created three scenarios to build off of, each would become its own construct."

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100_Zack Caplette: Mobility LAb, Activating LA's Public Realm

Submission #100 | Zack Caplette: Mobility LAb, Activating LA's Public Realm — The City of Los Angeles can no longer expand beyond the amorphic boundaries of its sprawling urban fabric. As a result of this, the post-war suburbanized city is slowly beginning to address its public realm.

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94_Alex Varvar, Advita Madan, Emily McKenna, Zakaria Boucetta: Forresta Vasta

Alex Varvar, Advita Madan, Emily McKenna, Zakaria Boucetta: Forresta Vasta — "Urban redesign of the raildeck in Toronto. Implementing a "vast forrest" with new urban form typologies across the cities skyline. Letting the architecture be influenced by the typologies of the trees and its structural diversity. This project was a group urban design project of “super- studio”. The whole semester is dedicat- ed in urban scale design projects and quick projects where we intervene with a logical concept for sites around Toronto."

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82_Phawin Siripong: The Flux in Between

Phawin Siripong: The Flux in Between — The Project is focusing on exploring ideas of solving the contradiction between the studio based study culture to existing faculty building (Faculty of Architecture Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand) spatial segregation.

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81_Sara Ibrahim and Suzan Ibrahim: Hyperbuilding

Sara Ibrahim and Suzan Ibrahim: Hyperbuilding — A Hyperbuilding that embodies a taxonomy of precedent floor plans. This calls for an architecture that is completely inclusive, temporary and permanent, monumental and miniature, historic yet advanced, but most importantly a cultural, economic, and a social experiment of a vertical conglomerate.

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78_Andrea Bulloni and Enrico Bertonazzi: Dwelling Monza

Andrea Bulloni and Enrico Bertonazzi: Dwelling Monza — The public space is designed to keep the visual connection through all the space although have different levels of privacy, the central space is lowered and it's the heart of the project. Neighbourhood activities are facing the central plaza and a series of stairs and ramps allows people to switch from the central plaza to the commercial old volumes.

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68_Ramón Borja Castillo, Marina Lopez, Francisco Muñoz: Arqupuntura

Ramón Borja Castillo, Marina Lopez, Francisco Muñoz: Arqupuntura — The project to renew Plaza de España in Madrid is included in the international contest promoted by Madrid Council in 2016 to make real one of the most expected urban works in the last years.

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45_Vlad Daraban: Island

Vlad Daraban: Island — The project is situated in Paris, on a very thin artificial island -Ile aux Cygnes-, created in 1827 in order to protect the Port de Grenelle. The idea was to explore a dynamic realm, where nothing is actually installed...

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