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Architecture In Development - news - FARMLAND WORLD

Architecture In Development - news - FARMLAND WORLD | kamenuii | Scoop.it
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GENERATIVE DESIGN

GENERATIVE DESIGN | kamenuii | Scoop.it
GENERATIVE DESIGNS research platform, visual catalogue and inspiration by procedural design

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Quay Apartments by Kingma Roorda Architects - bvs

Quay Apartments by Kingma Roorda Architects - bvs | kamenuii | Scoop.it
RT @bluevertical: Quay #Apartments by Kingma Roorda Architects - #architecture | *a modern-twist...

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In A Predictive, Algorithmic World, Are Machines Better Than You?

In A Predictive, Algorithmic World, Are Machines Better Than You? | kamenuii | Scoop.it
At least once a week I speak with a media director who spends millions on search through Google and puts his or her employee’s pensions into algorithmically controlled funds.
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spatial aggregation

Vimeo is the home for high-quality videos and the people who love them.

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AA School of Architecture - Exhibitions - HORTUS

AA School of Architecture - Exhibitions - HORTUS | kamenuii | Scoop.it
H.O.R.T.U.S HYDRO. ORGANISMS. RESPONSIVE. TO. URBAN. STIMULI
Front Members’ Room
14.01.2012 - 11.02.2012
Private View Friday 13 January

 

HORTUS (Hydro Organisms Responsive To Urban Stimuli) is a new exhibition from ecoLogicStudio that engages with the notions of urban renewable energy and agriculture through a new gardening prototype. Over a four-week growing period, flows of energy (light radiation), matter (biomass, carbon dioxide) and information (images, tweets, stats) will be triggered to induce multiple mechanisms of self-regulation and evolve novel forms of self-organisation. HORTUS proposes an experimental hands-on engagement with these notions, illustrating their potential applicability to the masterplanning of large regional landscapes and the retrofitting of industrial and rural architectural types, as exemplified in the project ‘Regional Algae Farm’ developed by ecoLogicStudio for the Swedish region of Osterlen.
AA students, staff and visitors are invited to engage daily with HORTUS to invent new protocols of urban biogardening. A virtual organism such as this offers the opportunity to capture and build up information and cultivation practices, enriching the material experience of the visitor turned urban ‘cyber-gardener’.


HORTUS Roundtable Discussion and Harvest Night
24 January, AA Lecture Hall/Front Members' Room
Schedule:
17.00 Introduction in the Lecture Hall
17.15 HORTUS and the cyberGardens series
AA.exhibitions_HOR Marco Poletto (director ecoLogicStudio – AA INTER10 Unit Master)
The ‘Simrishamn Regional Algae Farm’ Claudia Pasquero [director ecoLogicStudio – AA INTER10 Unit Master]
18.00 HORTUS roundtable, Lecture Hall
Moderator Lucy Bullivant, with Claudia Pasquero, Marco Poletto and Andrea Bugli [ecoLogicStudio] and invited guests
19.30 The Harvest
Front Members' Room and AA Bar
Curated by AA INTER10 students
Practice1: bio-OIL extraction
Practice2: cooking super-snacks
Practice3: weaving bio-fabrics


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WikiHouse / Open Source Construction Set

WikiHouse / Open Source Construction Set | kamenuii | Scoop.it
WikiHouse is an open community construction set. Design, share, download and print CNC milled houses and components.

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There was so much that was real that was not real at all - but does it float

There was so much that was real that was not real at all - but does it float | kamenuii | Scoop.it

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MATERIALECOLOGY: Neri Oxman: Imaginary Beings on Vimeo

MATERIALECOLOGY: Neri Oxman: Imaginary Beings on Vimeo | kamenuii | Scoop.it

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Custom Shipping Container Buildings Now Open to All Markets at ... - PR Web (press release)

Custom Shipping Container Buildings Now Open to All Markets at ... - PR Web (press release) | kamenuii | Scoop.it
PR Web (press release)Custom Shipping Container Buildings Now Open to All Markets at ...PR Web (press release)This new announcement of custom shipping container buildings being offered in all markets is designed to provide an alternative to...

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Cartel Coffee "Experience"

Cartel Coffee "Experience" | kamenuii | Scoop.it
http://vimeo.com/32118098 Cartel Coffee Lab was founded with the ambitious ideal of serving customers a product of uncompromising quality. Precise decisions regarding how the coffee is sourced, roa...
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A Living Bridge by Rotterdam-based Creative Group, Observatorium

A Living Bridge by Rotterdam-based Creative Group, Observatorium | kamenuii | Scoop.it

Since 1997, the group Observatorium, based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, has been committed to creating relationships between art, landscape and society. Designed to be for the common good, their work aims to create a sense of place.


Waiting for the River is a living bridge, with benches, hostel-style rooms, and eco-bathroom  - entirely made of used planks. The 38-metre long zigzag bridge anticipates the new clean river valley Emscher, which is now still an open sewer. It sits over the waste land that will be the site of pastoral landscape in ten years time. It serves as an example for the future development of the Emscher Park in the Ruhr area for which the authorities have coined the description ‘productive park’.

Intended as a temporary structure the house will now be reconstructed and made permanent.
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The Architecture of Sociability: The Influence of Asian Courtyard Homes | Blogs | Archinect

The Architecture of Sociability: The Influence of Asian Courtyard Homes | Blogs | Archinect | kamenuii | Scoop.it
The tiled courtyard of the Vientiane Star Hotel, Laos In Southeast Asia, many travelers choose to stay in guesthouses, a short-term housing solution somewhere between the shared rooms of a dorm-like hostel and the full-service expense of a hotel.
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A Floating School That Won’t Flood

A Floating School That Won’t Flood | kamenuii | Scoop.it

Makoko is a water-logged settlement in Lagos, home to about 250,000 people living mostly in makeshift structures on stilts.


Instead of stilts,  Kunlé Adeyemi, a Nigerian-born architect who now lives in Holland, sees floating structures with better access to power and fresh water and more sustainable means of waste disposal.

His first project--what he calls a "seed to cultivate a new type of urbanism on water in African cities"--is a floating school. The three-story structure is 108 square feet at its base, and 33 feet high. It sits on a flotation deck made of 256 used plastic drums. And the body is all wood, which is sourced locally. The building is designed for about 100 students (aged 4 to 12), and has its own power system based around solar panels on the roof...


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Ankita Sharma's curator insight, February 12, 2013 6:56 AM

really great work

Natalie Curtis's curator insight, March 7, 2013 10:40 AM

This is an amazingly good use of architecture and it's alternate purposes and uses. It's a creative and innovative way of redesigning the structure and living means of a community that struggles with flooding and is wholly a water-based living society. The main means of transportation is canoe and so where else should their homes and schools be but on the water? These drum-bottomed, 33 feet high structures give this community a school that is practically flood-proof and can sustain itself with solar panels, as well.

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SCI-Arc: Advances in Architectural Geometry 2012

SCI-Arc SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE sciarc.edu Symposium for ADVANCES IN ARCHITECTURAL GEOMETRY 2012 Centre Pompidou – Paris, France September…...

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Biodun Adegbokun's comment, March 27, 2013 4:02 AM
Arc kunle, i suggest we use a light and well insulating material such as expanded polystrene system to clad your wonderful floating school
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FabClay by Sasha Jokic, Starsk Lara and Nasim Fashami - The Method Case

FabClay by Sasha Jokic, Starsk Lara and Nasim Fashami - The Method Case | kamenuii | Scoop.it
FabClay is project based on the idea of robotic additive manufacturing fabrication, innovative materials and computational tools.

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'Earth 2.0's Bionic Woman heads to Barcelona', IAAC Lecture Review, May 2012

'Earth 2.0's Bionic Woman heads to Barcelona', IAAC Lecture Review, May 2012 | kamenuii | Scoop.it

Earth 2 Hub's review of Melissa Sterry's lecture to the Masters students at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona. 'In her lecture, titled ‘Building a Bionic City: The Place Where Science Fiction Becomes Fact’ Melissa illustrated a range of possible future city scenarios.  She highlighted how emergent disruptive technologies could dramatically undermine many of the assumptions being embedded into city planning on a global scale....'


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AL_TU: TEDxBucharest

AL_TU: TEDxBucharest | kamenuii | Scoop.it

As cofounder and member of T_A_I, Tudor will present on this years TEDxBucharest alongside Irina Bogdan and Andrei Raducanu.   The TEDtalk will evolve around the general topic of Generative Design and the way the T_A_I group relates to this topic and not only. More details will be released after the presentation. Stay tuned!   Feel free to drop by if you are around.   For more info about this event, visit TEDxBucharest


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10 Easy Pieces: Folding Dining Chairs

10 Easy Pieces: Folding Dining Chairs | kamenuii | Scoop.it
10 Easy Pieces: Folding Dining Chairs — As the holiday season approaches, it's time to think about that last-minute additional dining room seating. Here are ten great folding chairs that ar...

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House in Itaipava by Cadas Architecture » CONTEMPORIST

House in Itaipava by Cadas Architecture » CONTEMPORIST | kamenuii | Scoop.it
Posted by Dave on June 19th, 2012. Cadas Architecture have sent us images of a house they have designed in Itaipava, Brazil. . cd_190612_01 · cd_190612_02 · cd_190612_024b · cd_190612_03 · cd_190612_05 · cd_190612_07 ...

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