Finalists For “Urban SOS: Fair Share” Competition

December 8, 2016,AEST

AECOM and Van Alen Institute recently announced the four finalist teams in the annual Urban SOS competition, which asked university students to address some of the most pressing challenges faced by cities worldwide. The contest is presented in partnership with 100 | Read More

Call for Abstracts and Papers | Inflection vol. 4

November 14, 2016,AEST

Call for Abstracts and Papers – Inflection vol. 4 examines the theme of Permanence within the discipline of architecture. Architectural permanence is widely associated with the Vitruvian definition of firmitas: mass and solidity crafted to endure. It is a lineage | Read More

Healing Garden at Lipótmező | Zsófia Csonka

April 17, 2016,AEST

LIPOT this name is presently associated with a closed down, ruined building in the middle of a wood-like park in the 2nd district of Budapest located at the junction of the Huvosvolgyi road and the Hars hill at the edge | Read More

As Streams In the Desert | Segal Lotem

April 9, 2016,AEST

Be’er-Sheva, the second largest city in Israel by area and the major city of the country’s southern metropolis, is unofficially titled “The capital of the Negev”. The Negev is the geographical region that belongs to the Global Deserts Belt (GDB), | Read More

Waterfront Regeneration of Maren | Carlos Dias

February 6, 2016,AEST

The project was developed for the city of Södertälje in Sweden which is located in one bay of the lake Mälaren, in where it joins the Baltic Sea through a canal and incorporates the small lake Maren. Until the beginning | Read More

The Urban Spine | Scott Edward Sidhom

January 30, 2016,AEST

The Urban Spine is a proposal to address the issues of physical, visual and programmatic disconnection that are occurring in Sydney’s Woolloomooloo basin. The masterplan incorporates three key moves – restructuring Forbes Street to become a central spine and the | Read More

The Riparian Land-Shaping Machine | Eugenio Da Rin, Josine Lambert

January 9, 2016,AEST

Mountain landscapes have been subjected to a relentless conflict between conservative-picturesque attitudes and economic exploitation approaches. The project proposes a strategy that understands the river as a water-sediment management machine that choreographs newly manufactured riparian landscapes in order to put | Read More

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