Posts tagged temporary
281_Marco Nieto: Ashes to Ashes

Submission #281 | Marco Nieto: Ashes to Ashes — “My proposal seeks to create a permanent and spiritual fixture in the fabric of the ever-changing and ethereal festival that is Burning Man, reinventing its identity. This will be done by integrating the process and materiality of ash, utilizing its sustainable potential and intimate meaning to those who participate to create a new program that melds industry and institution, creating a familiar yet foreign sight in the middle of the desert.”

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145_Cameron Fullmer: Polar Flux

Submission #145 | Cameron Fullmer: Polar Flux — "This project was completed as a part of the Arctic Design Group (ADG) traveling studio in Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway; the northern-most permanent settlement in the world.  Under the pilotage of Dr. Matthew Jull and Leena Cho (founders of ADG and Kutonotuk), I studied the conditions of coastal material fluctuation, permafrost resilience, and seasonal accessibility: all defining factors in Arctic urbanism."

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119_Peter Hsi: swit[CH]ange HOUSE

Submission #119 | swit[CH]ange HOUSE — In this new age we live in, the concept of sharing has transformed in a way that contradicts everything we were taught as a kid. One of the most drastic change comes from the concept of home sharing, the idea was to bring strangers into your house for a temporary stay.

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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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9_Kig Veerasunthorn and Stephanie Tager: Interim Urbanism

Kig Veerasunthorn and Stephanie Tager: Interim Urbanism — The flooding is the main constrain for our design. The elevated scaffolding structure plays a big role in our design. Each new interventions have a different interaction with existing city, which are divided into four typologies based on their configuration and program for example, a new housing and working space.

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