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BY GUILLAUME SARDIN
@ VOL 7
ON DEC 17, 2013
Guillaume Sardin, an architect and designer, shares his works in Rwanda and how working in a different cultural context unleash unexpected ideas. Such ideas include the Rwandan Heraldry project which promotes a new way to share the heritage of the country using etymology, traditional patterns and custom designed symbols.
Urban City Development in China
BY THOMAS HUSSEY
@ VOL 25
ON MAR 05, 2013
Thomas Hussey talks about China's current growth in urbanization. Although there are several challenges, such as outdated buildings, over-engineered highways, and pollution to deal with, they hope to redevelop the city, connect cities together, and create new cities entirely that would come to be potential solutions to those probelms.
"Presentation of the Day" on May 6, 2014.
Balance in the Life of An Architect
BY MICHAEL PFEFFER
@ AIA 2014 CONVENTION
ON JUN 26, 2014
Mike Pfeffer, AIA Chicago member and winner of the 2014 national AIA Young Architect Award, has spent almost three months in the air flying between Chicago and China in the past six years. He talks about what this entails in his job as Managing Director of SOM in Chicago.
"Presentation of the Day" on August 19, 2014.
C A M P O
BY FELIPE GUERRA
@ VOL 12
ON APR 16, 2015
"CAMPO" means countryside in Spanish. But also field. Yet, the project presented by Felipe Guerra is about an even broader meaning: it is about issues concerning both the contemporary arts and architecure, like space, how it's shaped and how it shapes us.
BY WOODBURY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
@ VOL 136
ON JUN 02, 2016
A cohort of Architecture Students from Woodbury University elected Tokyo to conduce fieldwork studies by the theme Urban[e] Objects. The research proposes new residential strategies through the translation of objects that can exist simultaneously in multiple scales: as a tea-cup or as an urban building. Their research deploys the use of isometric drawings and urban transects and inspiration derived by traditional Japanese drawing techniques to investigate questions of authenticity, translation of vernacular making methods, and interiority and apply them to contemporary challenges of shelter.