• FLAT.obj Featured in this week’s UNBUILT post, is Jaime Rivera’s FLAT.obj project. Check out his 3D model here. Jaime Rivera Advisor: Adam Fure University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning Ann Arbor, MI Degree: MArch2 Winter 2016 This thesis investigates the relationship between color and form through the reconfiguration of voids and the shifting […] Ian Beck No responses September 22, 2016
  • Programming Matter THE NATURE OF PROGRAMMING MATTER / PROGRAMMING MATTER AND NATURE designed by Lifu Yao, originally posted on http://www.yaolifu.com/water-programming/ STUDIO 1  PROGRAM WORK, CED, U.C.BERKELEY, FALL 2013-2014 SPRING “Inspired by nature’s principles of efficiency, architects are establishing emerging material technologies through pioneering collaborations with scientists, generating unforeseen scales of research.” 1. CHOOSING SAND DOLLAR AS THE STUDY OBJECT. We […] modeloAdmin No responses September 4, 2016
  • Berkeley Arts Museum Connor Gravelle, Johan Wijesinghe Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) Design Studio 2015 Faculty: David Freeland This project fundamentally questions the immediate legibility of a piece of architecture through subtle manipulations in formal organization, surface treatment and circulation. Submission File 01 Site By Connor Gravelle Modelo » To these ends, it takes up the contemporary project of […] modeloAdmin No responses July 11, 2016
  • UNBUILT: Infinite Networks The process began with an exploration of prime examples of architecture, from built specimens to speculative utopias. The goal was to investigate the legacy of these models and adapt their principles to create an urban innovation hub for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the city of Cambridge. The research also studied the influence of […] Meghan Barrett No responses June 30, 2016
  • Sequential Transformation Sequential Transformation Andreas Koerner Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL 2015     For this project, Koerner gathered his influences from Jain temple columns; the theories of Ernst Gombrich on order and complexity; his local tutors at Barlett, including Oliver Domeisen; Candas Sisman; traditional Indian architecture; and Adam Hardy. The geometry is translated along a linear path. Along […] modeloAdmin No responses June 2, 2016
  • Dubai Amphitheatre & Camel Racetrack Dubai’s Amphitheathre & Camel Racetrack Thomas Hopkins Bartlett School of Architecture A multi-disciplinary sports complex & camel track located at the centre of the old creek district of Dubai designed by Thomas Hopkins at Bartlett School of Architecture. The design accommodates types of racetracks and sports facilities, tailored for the population demographics. These playing fields […] modeloAdmin No responses May 11, 2016
  • Fossilized Fossilized Fossilized: 3D printed concrete structures Amalgamma: Alvaro Lopez Rodriguez, Francesca Camilleri, Nadia Doukhi, and Roman Strukov University College of London, Bartlett School of Architecture Mentors: Manuel Jimenez Garcia, Gilles Retsin, and Vicente Soler 2015 Breaking the mold of 3D printing? Already? That’s what four graduate students of the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) have […] modeloAdmin No responses May 10, 2016
  • Blockhuk Blockhuk by Polyomino 3 Project Name: Blockhuk Design Team: Jingbo Yan, Dechen Zeng, Wansu Zhang, Xinran Ding Instructor: Jose Sanchez Studio: Polyomino 3, University of Southern California School of Architecture this post was originally published on gooood “Blockhuk” is a crowd-sourcing system, a sort of alternative to LEGO toys, made up of a massive population of individual […] modeloAdmin No responses May 10, 2016
  • Beijing Arts Center Beijing Arts Center Melissa Shin Yale School of Architecture Situated just south of the 2008 Olympic development, this project simulates the sense of intimacy of the traditional hutong but at a much larger scale to foster a cross collaboration between the arts and sciences. The site sits on the iconic axis that runs north through […] modeloAdmin No responses May 9, 2016
  • Asemic Forest Westbahnhof Asemic Forest at Vienna’s Westbahnhof Train Station Shahira Hammad Master’s thesis – 2012 (M.Sc.) Excessive Studio – University of Applied Arts Vienna (die Angewandte) Thesis advisors: Hernan Diaz Alonso, Steven Ma Architecture evolves and pushes boundaries when it attempts to breathe new life into a place often fallen into dismay. Such was the mission of […] modeloAdmin No responses May 2, 2016