FINAL PROJECT | To obtain the degree of : ARCHITECT. /AUTHOR : Alba R. Illanes ( MIDORI) / University: Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid . To see the process of this project, take a...
With True City, a photographic essay on the “global city” of the twenty-first century, photographer and sociologist Charlie Koolhaas weaves a dense photographic patchwork of images of the historic commercial centers of London, Guangzhou, and...
Congratulations to MAIO: Maria Charneco, Anna Puigjaner, Alfredo Lérida, Guillermo López for their winning entry Floating Activator for the Open Call for Ideas: How much does your building weig... via @ethel_baraona
Slavoj Žižek wrote on his book Violence, First Picador Edition: August 2008: “A critical analysis of the present global constellation- one which offers no clear solution, no "practical" advice... via @ethel_baraona
As part of his ‘Aandeboom’ series, which means something like ‘attached to trees’, the Utrecht-based spatial designer Rogier Martens has come up with a remarkable design for a pop-up bench for urban parks and landscapes.
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