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designedbytparsons: “ Re-Industrial Devolution Collective living and working spaces inspired by Sheffield’s ‘Little Mesters’ workshop typology. Adaptable and personalised spaces for makers and.

The Reef of Silence Underwater Columbarium & Decompositorium Narrative Collage 420 x 594(mm) Yunil Nam, Unit 18, MArch Architecture Part II, University of Greenwich

The Reef of Silence Underwater Columbarium & Decompositorium Narrative Collage 420 x Yunil Nam, Unit MArch Architecture Part II, University of Greenwich

Urban imagery by T.N. Architecture (Thien K. Nguyen), from Providence, RI. "The narrative cities are explorations into urban systems that are stretched and morphed by narratives into absurdities. Each contains a story about its formation, function, and ideology." "The droid's paradise"...

Narrative Cities, by Thien K. Nguyen Architecture

Winners of the RIBA 2015 President’s Medals Student Awards SILVER MEDAL (best design project at Part 2): Finn Wilkie - The Mackintosh School of Architecture at The Glasgow School of Art. | Project: ‘The Heteroglossic City: A polemic against critical reconstruction in Berlin’

Winners of the RIBA 2015 President's Medals Student Awards

student : Finn Wilkie school : Mackintosh School of Architecture at Glasgow School of Art location: Berlin, Germany degree : Diploma in Architecture advisor : Robert Mantho award : The RIBA Silver .

Winners of the RIBA 2015 President’s Medals Student Awards SILVER MEDAL (best design project at Part 2): Finn Wilkie - The Mackintosh School of Architecture at The Glasgow School of Art. | Project: ‘The Heteroglossic City: A polemic against critical reconstruction in Berlin’

Winners of the RIBA 2015 President's Medals Student Awards

student : Finn Wilkie school : Mackintosh School of Architecture at Glasgow School of Art location: Berlin, Germany degree : Diploma in Architecture advisor : Robert Mantho award : The RIBA Silver .

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Good example of how hand drawn and digital elements can be layered to create an emotive communication piece. Overlaying with a bold colour makes the presentation pop to the viewer Whilst also serving the function of highlighting key pieces of information.

This project represents the architectural product of a thesis that focuses on subtraction not addition, subtracting voids and spatial volumes according to us...

This project represents the architectural product of a thesis that focuses on subtraction not addition, subtracting voids and spatial volumes according to us.

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