How would you connect the Hudson River Park and the Highline? Karan Maniar has created a design using the art and architecture of landscape to join the two distinct landscapes. Utilising the mapping of a flag flying in the wind to create the form and interesting landscape. Watch the short 3 minute video to get a better insight into Karan Maniar project as part of M.S. Architecture this summer at Pratt Institute. Art as Landscape; Landscape as Art; Landscape as Architecture;
Art Landscape from Karan Maniar on Vimeo.
Pratt Institute, Summer 2012, M.S. Architecture
Studio: Philip Parker
Multimedia & Computer Methods: Christopher Kroner
Computer Media: Adv. Modeling: Robert Cervellione, Benjamin Martinson, Hart Marlow
Slowly but surely western influences are gathering ground in third world countries. It is important when trying to maintain the cultures of these countries that these influences from outside are integrated into existing structures with caution. Western modern-day architects have been active in this field from all over the world for years , Has their way of thinking changed over time or do they still rely on neocolonial views, modifying them for a continent like Africa?
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An open call has gone out for the first edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial which will be held from 13 October to 12 December 2012 by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (IKSV).
The Istanbul Design Biennial, organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts for the first time, explores a wide range of fields, from urban design (environmental, urban and regional planning) to architecture, photography, industrial, graphic, fashion, textile and interaction design, and all related creative fields.
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