DS18_2014/15: Architecture, Energy, Matter 2, Semester 2 – Designing with Energy
Instructors: Lindsay Bremner and Roberto Bottazzi During the second semester of the 2014/15 academic year, students in Design Studio 18 (DS18) in the MArch programme at the University of Westminster in London, developed proposals that explored the urban and architectural consequences of their energy strategies for the Camdeboo South Africa, covered here. Some of these were highly…
Daegu Gosan Public Library
Following Deagu Metropolitan City’s goal of becoming a knowledge-based economy, the new open and interactive library is model for future local libraries that serve their communities as the starting point for life’s journeys. The library is a social conden…
Lecture 10-21-10: Shading devices and techniques
In class today we learned about creating and manipulating shade through solar studies and various types and techniques of shading. We talked about the differences in radiation exposure over the seasons on horizontal, north, south, and east/west facing surfaces and how this information can be used to develop roof shapes or shading areas to efficiently…
Croquis para una propuesta de vivienda
Alvaro Carnicero .com: Croquis para explicar un proyecto de arquitectura Tarquia .com: Propuesta de vivienda en Córdoba
Heinz Isler: A few important things | BUILD Blog
BUILD brushes up on the work on Heinz Isler and how his work integrates efficient and sustainable design.
Galería de Segundo Lugar Concurso De Ideas Para La Integración Urbana Del Río Guadalmedina - 3
Imagen 3 de 20 de la galería de Segundo Lugar Concurso De Ideas Para La Integración Urbana Del Río Guadalmedina. Secciones
A leaf sneaks inside. The 15th annual Serpentine Gallery pavilion, by Spanish architects SelgasCano (2015). Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, London, UK.
Annette Spiro | Exhibition
The final assembly of the two pergolas in the garden of the Science City Campus and the entrance courtyard of the Architecture Faculty building has been accompagnied by an exhibition that showed the results of the Seminar and the Workshop. The two wooden structures will remain on the campus until the end of October 2011.