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Viktorija Bogdanova

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Bogdanova / Places Built by a Character

Exhibit #53613

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Archi Contemplatives

Exhibit #53667
Bogdanova / Places Built by a Character
Exhibit #53668
Bogdanova / Places Built by a Character

Viktorija Bogdanova

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Bogdanova / Places Built by a Character

Exhibit #202614

website

Archi Contemplatives

Exhibit #202615
Bogdanova / Places Built by a Character
Exhibit #202616
Bogdanova / Places Built by a Character

Pablo Gamboa

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Gamboa / University Campus between Urban Resilience and Typological Innovations

Exhibit #55132

Following the submission of the extended abstract, this research project on university campuses has evolved and narrowed down its scope. Based on personal interest, as well as on the fact that the American campus originated from the construction of university buildings surrounding a “lawn” as seen in Harvard -built in the 17th century- and Princeton – in the 18th century- (an element which suggests the existence of a spatial association mechanism working on an architectural scale, rather than the use of a master plan or an urban plan to determine a specific campus layout or a type of volumetric disposition beforehand); the purpose of this research is to study campuses by using the architecture of their buildings as a starting point to then examine them as architectural complexes.

Therefore, this research lays out the hypothesis that the idea of the campus is contained in the architectural scale itself and that this is what comes to define the urban complex of the academic space at large. From this point of view, matters such as the shape and the distribution of the buildings are decisive in understanding university campuses as a form of implantation. Inasmuch, these categories will also be essential to this research by design project.

Pablo Gamboa

Extended abstract →

Gamboa / University Campus between Urban Resilience and Typological Innovations

Exhibit #202868

Following the submission of the extended abstract, this research project on university campuses has evolved and narrowed down its scope. Based on personal interest, as well as on the fact that the American campus originated from the construction of university buildings surrounding a “lawn” as seen in Harvard -built in the 17th century- and Princeton – in the 18th century- (an element which suggests the existence of a spatial association mechanism working on an architectural scale, rather than the use of a master plan or an urban plan to determine a specific campus layout or a type of volumetric disposition beforehand); the purpose of this research is to study campuses by using the architecture of their buildings as a starting point to then examine them as architectural complexes.

Therefore, this research lays out the hypothesis that the idea of the campus is contained in the architectural scale itself and that this is what comes to define the urban complex of the academic space at large. From this point of view, matters such as the shape and the distribution of the buildings are decisive in understanding university campuses as a form of implantation. Inasmuch, these categories will also be essential to this research by design project.

Berilsu Tarcan

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Tarcan / A Messy Autoethnographic Documentation of Making with the Environment

Exhibit #69995
Tarcan / A Messy Autoethnographic Documentation of Making with the Environment
Exhibit #69996
Tarcan / A Messy Autoethnographic Documentation of Making with the Environment

Berilsu Tarcan

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Tarcan / A Messy Autoethnographic Documentation of Making with the Environment

Exhibit #120977
Tarcan / A Messy Autoethnographic Documentation of Making with the Environment
Exhibit #120978
Exhibit #120979

Taufan ter Weel, Mariacristina D'Oria

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ter Weel / Geometries of Time

Exhibit #121309

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Geometries of Time multimedia installation

Exhibit #121881
ter Weel / Geometries of Time
Exhibit #121882
ter Weel / Geometries of Time