Horizon Hill House is on the market! Inspired by Japanese design, the concrete and wood residence features intimate places of refuge and expansive views of the Oregon coast.
Augmented Reality model base using Unity and Vuforia. Critic Olivia Wien and Danil Nagy. Mediums 3 Vis
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Visualización de edificio de oficinas.
Arq. Carolina Chong.
Baja California, México.
6hrs in 60 seconds, drawing the Trellick Tower.
I’ll be posting my next easel drawing location and date soon so anyone who wishes to get a real-time view of my process can come along.
I’ll be uploading my videos onto YouTube, if there’s enough subscribers/demand for it I’ll perhaps break some of my process down into more detail online. -
In the meantime my best advice is to put the hours in, focus on process as opposed to the result and embrace the mistakes you make along the way.
🎶- sitting by Angus Luke
>> Bergamo. La Città del Futuro
>> Architect: Francisco Mangado
Kevin Lynch was an urban planner who is widely known for writing the book ‘The Image of the City’ (1960) which was one of the early proponents for mental mapping of urban spaces. This book had a monumental influence in the field of urban planning, design and environmental psychology and it is from this book that the popular terms ‘imageability’ and ‘wayfinding’ originated. He proposed that users experienced spaces through the following five elements: paths, edges, districts, nodes and landmarks. He wrote many other books that dealt with different urban issues such as ‘A Theory of Good City Form’, ‘What Time is This Place’ and ‘Growing Up in Cities’ which is about the development of children in urban areas. His rich legacy continues today in the form of urban environmental theories.
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Scary urbanism——posting this moments before we get absolutely destroyed at a 10 day midterm critique. On to the the next monstrosity.
Cykelslangen (meaning "the bike snake") by @dissingweitling
takes cyclists on a beautiful ride over the first harbour bath in Copenhagen nicknamed "Copencabana".
More interior renderings of our sberbank technopark project. This rendering, in particular, is to emphasize the two overlapping mazes that is the heart of this project - one at the top and one at ground level.