Check out this quick sweet study project from Donlaporn, at the Staedelschule Architecture Class. Based on interlocking topologies and tetrahedra, the forms create self organizing, structural assembly to be used in a larger project.
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Deep Futures studio is an exploration into the future of cities and how we as humans will begin to interact, move, play and use technology. The Studio challenges the normative of formal cities in high density locations, as Johan Tali approaches Arunachal Pradesh, on the boarder of India and China, in the Foothills of the Himalayas. Check it out after the jump!
STUDENT: Johan Tali
SCHOOL: University of Applied Arts Vienna
Low Fidelity by Erin Besler is a thesis that steps outside the generic fromula of approaching thesis; which normally is problem, solution, building. The thesis challenges the mediums in which architecture and building are understood. She goes far beyond any case study in her explorational thesis which is married with House VI by Peter Eisenman. Each time flipping the design on its head and challenging it in a new medium and way of understanding architect through graphic and physical mediums. Check it out after the jump!
Check out this project from a few students at The AA. Done as part of an emergent technologies class, the few students created a new neighborhood, computational derived from the need for space and sustainability. Although we would have liked to see some of the more important buildings have a more thorough design, the importance is in the larger scale of the urban fabric that is created.
STUDENTS: Darrick Borowski, Jeroen Janssen, Nikoletta Poulimeni
SCHOOL: The AA
CLASS: Emergent Technologies & Design
Continuing to follow up on the upcoming Advances in Architectural Geometry symposium at the Pompidou Center in Paris, we are checking out Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) submission. The video showcases a year’s worth of study, research, and construction between students and professors through the understanding of materials limitations and the proper pairing of digital fabrication techniques. The video is amazing inside look in how other colleges around the world are defining and pushing architectures role in digital design.
To some of you the name Luke Shepard might be familiar, as his time-lapse video, Le Flaneur, went viral last year. It was a stunning glimpse into the architectural night life of Paris, the buildings and monuments truly come to life. Luke Shepard is a student at the American University of Paris, and now has plans to take his time-lapse technique to a new level on his next project. He is currently crowd sourcing funds on Kickstarter to bring NIGHTVISION to reality, as Luke plans to shoot all over Europe. Check out his video Le Flaneur and follow the links to his new Kickstarter after the jump!
Sci-Arc just came out with “Advances in Architectural Geometry” for the AAG symposium at the Centre Pompidou, Paris. The video showcases some of the polemic shifts that the field of architecture has run into. The AAG asked 15 other world-renowned universities to submit videos that we will be checking out and showcasing throughout the week.
SYMPOSIUM: Advances in Architectural Geomery (AAG)
We’re gonna take today to show a pretty sweet project, that aims to create a space very few can find lately in the world, a spot completely devoid of electronic interruption. Now, its starting to cool down, and the outdoor times are going to get fewer and far between, but our desire to just get out of the city and leave our computers and cell phones behind have us loving this idea. A small space that you can enter, and get away from any outside electronic disturbance, no wifi, no 3G, 4G, 8G, nothing. Check it out.
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