CEBRA || El Hogar de los niños del Futuro, Kerteminde, Denmark

Hogar de Menores / CEBRA

BARTLETT UG 1 the LIVING LABORATORY, Oliver Parkinson, Year 3, Bartlett School of Architecture UG1 2014/2015 Tutors: Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber

Oliver Parkinson, Year 3 ‘Hydro Hydraulic Habitation’ A mixed-use high density housing scheme built on the anticipation of future flood risk to our built environment. The scheme embraces rather than barricades against water, utilizing the redundant.

BARTLETT UG 1 the LIVING LABORATORY, Oliver Parkinson, Year 3, Bartlett School of Architecture UG1 2014/2015 Tutors: Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber

presentation inspiration - separating architectural element and structural element BARTLETT UG 1 the LIVING LABORATORY, Oliver Parkinson, Year Bartlett School of Architecture Tutors: Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber

BARTLETT UG 1 the LIVING LABORATORY, Oliver Parkinson, Year 3, Bartlett School of Architecture UG1 2014/2015 Tutors: Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber

presentation inspiration - separating architectural element and structural element BARTLETT UG 1 the LIVING LABORATORY, Oliver Parkinson, Year Bartlett School of Architecture Tutors: Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber

BARTLETT UG 1 the LIVING LABORATORY, Oliver Parkinson, Year 3, Bartlett School of Architecture UG1 2014/2015 Tutors: Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber

BARTLETT UG 1 the LIVING LABORATORY, Oliver Parkinson, Year 3, Bartlett School of Architecture UG1 2014/2015 Tutors: Sabine Storp + Patrick Weber

Excrescent Utopia by Milo Ayden De Luca

Excrescent Utopia by Milo Ayden De Luca

Excrescent Utopia by Milo Ayden De Luca Parasitic dwellings for homeless people would cling to the sides of lamp posts in this concept by British architecture graduate Milo Ayden De Luca .

Excrescent Utopia by Milo Ayden De Luca

Excrescent Utopia by Milo Ayden De Luca


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