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Work by my Master’s Students: http://cargocollective.com/danielkbrown

Work by my Undergraduate Students: http://architecturevictorious.tumblr.com

Stair House John Fredy

Stair House John Fredy

Falkirk Wheel in Scotland
modelarchitecture:

natural pool´s house - grupoaranea

modelarchitecture:

natural pool´s house - grupoaranea

sketchasphereofinfluence:

Mike and Doug Starn.
http://www.starnstudio.com/

Storseisundet Bridge, Norway

Langkawi Bridge, Malaysia

Fort Roovere Bridge (XVII century) as part of Brabant line installations, guarding Holland from invasion by France and Spain

Herderson Road Bridge, Singapore

Geytshedsky Millennium Bridge, UK

"Sound chamber system diagram" by Artemis Doupa at the Architectural Association Projects Review

AA 2013 Projects:

Liam Young, Kate Davies
The ‘Unknown Fields Division’ of Diploma 6 is a nomadic design studio that takes annual treks to the to explore peripheral landscapes, industrial ecologies and precarious wilderness. These landscapes – iconic, ignored, excavated, irradiated and pristine – are embedded in global systems that connect them in surprising and complicated ways to our everyday lives.

This year as the world of new-agers, mystics and psychonauts pilgrimage south, Unknown Fields journeyed with them to Central America to ponder the rise and fall of cities and civilisations, both ancient and modern, and to investigate the cultural and technological infrastructures that underpin them. These fallen empires leave infrastructural traces, evidence of their greatest dreams and fears. In this time of crisis, as the future again becomes a project and the Mayan long-count calendar starts anew, we have imagined what comes next.

As members of our Department of Irrational Logistics, Harry worked in the shadows of the megacity imagining the trail of a 3D-printed VW, from the raw material ports to the markets of inner-city Mexico, Stefan proposed an archipelago of season-free trade zones in landscape loopholes on the US-Mexican border, and Evan, as a consultant for Levis, suggested condensing the global supply chain of 501s into a single factory – the biggest building in human history. Tobias of our Finance and Speculations Division programmed an autonomous infrastructure of mobile server farms that drift along fibre optic cables and search for trading sites while Jack has rallied investors to fund a gold-plated residential tower that smuggles a social housing agenda into a skyline of wealth.

In our Laboratory for Instruments and Imagination, Artemis engineered a superstitious city of seismic instruments while Selim built a floating observatory to calibrate the edges of space. With our Simulated Botanies Group, Chapman subverted the cartel cocaine economy with a bioengineered coca seed, and Ling archived the DNA of an endangered Guatemalan rainforest in the digital landscapes of massive multiplayer games loaded on almost all the planet’s machines.

kylerzeleny:

Yashica 124G, Mundare, Alberta.
Extra image from Out West Project.
Book available here: Out West

kylerzeleny:

Yashica 124G, Mundare, Alberta.

Extra image from Out West Project.

Book available here: Out West

life1nmotion:

Alberto Seabra Project / Base 3 Arquitetos

life1nmotion:

Alberto Seabra Project / Base 3 Arquitetos

arkitekcher:



Casabella [1962] | Giorgio Bay, Fausto Colombo, Pier Luigi Crosta, Giorgio Ferraresi & Casare Pellegrini

arkitekcher:

Casabella [1962] | Giorgio Bay, Fausto Colombo, Pier Luigi Crosta, Giorgio Ferraresi & Casare Pellegrini
modelarchitecture:

PEDRO REYES - Study for an Urban Monument, 2010

modelarchitecture:

PEDRO REYES - Study for an Urban Monument, 2010