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  • Urban Commercial Cultural Religious

    Re-Imagining Girivalam - Altering Pilgrimage experience
    by Thenmozhi  |  27 Jun 2022

    Tiruvannamalai is one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in India situated in a very serene, secluded location amidst nature. The Pilgrimage journey involves a circumambulatory path around the sacred hill, temple, ashrams, and tanks combined with a series of spiritual experiences and rituals which helps the user to experience ...

  • Interior Furniture Healthcare Residential

    Assited Living Design
    by MINGMING ZHAO  |  26 Jun 2022

    This is an assisted living project for seniors. In this project, the designer will be responsible for two parts, the common area, and the private residential unit. The color, material, and furniture are chosen and matched for the use of elderly people, a special client group. Since most elderly people have ...

  • Urban Infrastructure Masterplan

    Food Cover
    by Abhishek Mummithi  |  15 Jun 2022

    Erratic rainfall patterns in Gujarat, led to lower vegetable acreage in 2019. Due to water scarcity in the state, incomplete canal infrastructure and at times lack of access to other sources, farmers in the region are able to cultivate vegetables only in areas where groundwater is available. Gujarat is also ...

  • Design Installation Pavilion

    THE PILE
    by Rithika Vedapuri  |  08 Jun 2022

    The Pile is an installation design concept derived from the usage of plastic in female hygiene products. The project aims to metaphorically represent the load of trash that is collected as part of the usage of female hygiene products and begins to create a space for conversation and discussion on ...

  • Interior Civic Healthcare Retail

    Garima Sthal
    by Tasha Singh  |  07 Jun 2022

    The question, how can architecture create dignity for all? Raised by John Cary, resonated deeply with me. I strongly believe that design is not only for a privileged few but for everyone. This would not only diversify the client base for design but also create new forms of design-a new typology. With ...

  • Design Healthcare

    Canopy of Thoughts
    by Elyssa Sykes-Smith  |  04 Jun 2022

    Canopy of Thoughts is an ongoing climate psychology project that exists in iterative recreations in a variety of materials and locations. It approaches the topic of environmental sustainability as a human rights issue and aims to highlight the impact of the global climate crisis on mental health. The artwork visually ...

  • Urban Cultural Masterplan Residential

    Sva - A vision of Self sustenance
    by Dharan Koruduvar  |  31 May 2022

    According to UN World Urbanization prospects, in the past 40 years, the global population has grown by 80%. In nearly 50 years the urban population will reach about 70% of the global (world population prospects, 2006). This influx from rural to urban areas and massive urbanization creates numerous environmental and ...

  • Architecture Commercial Cultural Installation

    Curtains + Couture - Rethinking the Curtain Wall
    by Raj Periwal  |  28 May 2022

    The curtain wall, traditionally an icon of modern architecture, takes its name from curtains, but it seems to be misnamed, to begin with. The translation of curtains to the modern curtain wall seems disingenuous. It echoes what structure does and is a direct translation of it, but it has the ...

  • Architecture Healthcare Pavilion

    AEROTRASH ARCHITECTURE
    by Artificial Territories   |  06 May 2022

    Thousands of inert flying machines are stored across the world. This project aim to express the architectural potential of these aeronautic wastes. Aircraft’s parts are designed to be light and extremely resistant, so we can imagine to transform them into mobile architectures that can be easily transported. This reuse design ...

  • Architecture Commercial

    Green Future
    by Hanying Zhao  |  29 Apr 2022

    The urban context selected by our project this time is located in Kwun Tong District, Hong Kong, China, and the urban issue studied is air pollution. It is learned that because Hong Kong is located in a place with more people and less land, and community construction projects are developed ...

  • Landscape Cultural Pavilion

    Site Mirador - architecture competition entry
    by Christina Strantzali  |  20 Apr 2022

    Wandering around the cliffs of the Zavial Battery, one can stumble upon Site Mirador, an intimate space of contemplation and a landmark within the Mediterranean landscape that celebrates the existing ruins. The proposal for the Site Mirador aims to reconnect the existing fragmentary ruins with the non-existing Fortress in a new whole ...

  • Urban Civic Cultural Educational

    Atlantis
    by Patrice ELMER  |  10 Mar 2022

    Atlantis is rather like a vast Academy stretched over 5 hectares. It will host exhibitions, meetings, study courses, performances amidst all the activities connected with the life of an artist’ colony, a gathering of scientists, thinkers, patrons,and student living together for a while, working, searching,debating and taking part in the ...

  • Architecture Commercial Educational Residential

    DRIVE-IN URBAN PARK
    by Devanshi Rupesh Shah  |  27 Feb 2022

    DRIVE - IN Urban Park is conceptualized as a mixed-use project. It is an amalgamation of residential, commercial, institutional and recreational typologies, situated in the vibrant context of the infamous DRIVE-IN Cinema, Ahmedabad.

  • Architecture Religious

    HERZ JESU CHURCH
    by Devanshi Rupesh Shah  |  27 Feb 2022

    Herz Jesu Church was initially conceptualized by Architect Peter Zumthor, as a sacred serene space washed in blue light from the conifers, making the spatial experience divine. This is project has been contextualized in Mirzapur, Ahmedabad, India.

  • Interior Furniture Residential

    STUDIO INTERIOR DESIGN
    by Alexandra Mileska  |  23 Feb 2022

    The project includes interior design of an apartment with living room, kitchen, toilet and bedroom, which is currently under construction. It is located on the first floor and it has a terrace. It is equipped according to modern standards where white and green colors with shades of gold and ...

  • Architecture Civic Residential

    THE FLYING HOUSE
    by Katerina Kouni  |  23 Feb 2022

    In this project we were given a pretty small plot of land in Patras, Greece and were asked to design both a house and a work place. The building had to cover maximum the 70% of the plot and be maximum 200 m^2. My house and ...

  • Architecture Educational Industrial Infrastructure

    The Green Hill
    by Enrica Agus Klumper  |  14 Feb 2022

    The green hill is my interpretation of the near future service station. It seeks to respond to the site’s and users’ needs in a relevant and impactful way while taking into consideration our climate crisis. After researching in depth the site's social and political context I decided to serve the ...

  • Architecture Residential

    Poverty Alleviating Architecture
    by Grace Woo  |  13 Feb 2022

    This article look into the more holistic approach to philanthropist architecture by using building technology to provide for the basic needs of water and food that are desperately needed in the developing countries such as Kakuma, Kenya.

  • Urban Civic Infrastructure Masterplan

    Border Dynamics: Park as Parliament
    by PinChu Chen  |  07 Feb 2022

    Sited on the border between Norway and Russia, this project reconsiders the autonomy of the town of Kirkenes. The region has a complex history of territorial dispute and mineral extraction, attracting investors from the globe to invest, extract and occupy. As a result, this area has become a semi-peripheral place ...

  • Landscape Infrastructure Masterplan

    Fluid Strata
    by Dafni Filippa  |  07 Feb 2022

    The project is inspired by the urgent need for resilient landscape systems which can be introduced into the urban environment to mitigate unpredicted tidal and storm surges. The city of London is directly linked to the North Sea, which is known for high intertidal currents carrying large bodies of water ...

  • Design Educational Healthcare Industrial

    Design and optimization of a system for assisted gait rehabilitation with gyroscopic inertial stabilization, applicable to people with motor disability
    by Analía (Tana) Girardi Barreau  |  06 Feb 2022

    Summary: This project seeks to collaborate with the patient in the relearning of walking through the application of a set made up of a harness with an upper guide and a system of gyroscopes, which could contribute to the restoration of balance during the walking phases. It is proposed to show the ...

  • Interior Residential

    Vandita Chellani
    by vandita chellani  |  03 Feb 2022

    Bhavnani Residence A year back The Bhavnani residence at Gandhidham was actually a barren land with just a skeleton of the desired villa but with the utmost effort, ideas and creativity we could create a life-sized 3 BHK poetry, showcasing a mix of aesthetics on the theme of Bohemian, modern and ...

  • Architecture Cultural

    Saga
    by Ioanna Papadopoulou  |  31 Jan 2022

    Saga, like the name of the creator's village. The source of memories and images that reflect the province as she perceives it. The nature, the old small houses with the courtyards and the external baths, the public fountains, the open spaces and the alleys, the outdoor oven, the games in ...

  • Architecture Commercial

    Carbon Build
    by Kashmira Sonar  |  31 Jan 2022

    CarbonBuild: CarbonBuild develops biochar as a novel material for integrating nature into architecture. Biochar is a sustainable biomaterial proposed as an alternative to brick or stone where the raw ingredients are obtained from plant matter rather than mined. It serves as a sustainable biomaterial that when integrated with other more stable, ...

  • Architecture Installation Pavilion

    Dou Gong Revival
    by Rosemary Li  |  16 Jan 2022

    [ HASHTAG WISH TREE ] AUCKLAND ARTWEEK & KAIPARA COAST SCULPTURE GARDENS EXHIBITION Inspired by the traditional Chinese bracket system; the Dou Gong, the thesis explores to revive this ancient artform through the means of modern fabrication. Without a single nail or ...

  • Architecture Cultural Residential

    Reunion
    by Joseph Gregory Siml  |  12 Jan 2022

    Reunion shows a conceptual design for an architectural project based on the Dune House by Marc Koehler Architects. This render won 3rd place in the AIAS's In-studio Render competition 2021.

  • Urban Infrastructure Masterplan

    NEURALISMS SHENZHEN: Research Report
    by Meric Arslanoglu  |  12 Jan 2022

    Twenty-first-century cities like Shenzhen have grown into diverse, complex, and interconnected organisms. This interwoven structure brings an expanding range of constraints and demands for new types of civic engagement, new ways of integrating nature with the city, and for more sustainable use of resources. Instead of blunt “terrain vague” redevelopment ...

  • Architecture Cultural

    JETTISON: the ur-formal
    by Meric Arslanoglu  |  12 Jan 2022

    The International African American Museum (IAAM) mission statement reads: “Located on one of the most important sites in American history, the port of arrival for nearly half of all Africans forced to North America, the International African American Museum (IAAM) in Charleston will illuminate the influential histories of Africans and ...

  • Landscape Civic Commercial Masterplan

    Lunch on the Charles: A staging ground for social and commercial activation
    by Felicia Nichole Perez  |  11 Jan 2022

    MLA First Semester Core Studio Project 3: Urban River: Landscape as a framework for public recreation and health. After analyzing the site and the greater context of the future land-use of the Lower Allston and Watertown neighborhoods, it was clear how this area is rapidly growing residentially with commercial and ...

  • Architecture Infrastructure Masterplan

    Archipelago: A sustainable future build concept
    by Seenam Bhagat  |  10 Jan 2022

    2050 is far enough off to imagine, the urban environment will be very different then today but from research and study, we know a few things are likely, the Rise in sea level due to melting ice sheets caused due to gasses, active volcanoes and other reasons will leave us ...