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Startup Lions Campus / Kéré Architecture

July 1, 2021 Hana Abdel 0

The Startup Lions Campus is an information and communication technologies (ICT) campus, located on the banks of Lake Turkana, Kenya. The project responds to the pressing challenge of youth unemployment faced in the region by offering high-level training and access to international job opportunities, allowing young entrepreneurs to thrive professionally without having to leave their place of origin. The campus will provide 100 new workstations and is the first step in an ambitious vision of spreading ICT networks in remote areas.

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Campus Varaždin Student Dormitory / SANGRAD+AVP architects

June 13, 2021 Andreas Luco 0

Varaždin, a city that can boast of live theatre and concert life, hosts one of the most important European baroque music festivals, but also attracts attention as a university centre. In order to improve the standard of living for an increasing number of students, the Student Centre Varaždin decided to build a new dormitory with a capacity of 600 beds, as well as a restaurant.

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ANU Pop-Up Village / Craig Tan Architects

April 12, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

Designed as the temporary heart of the ANU campus for 18 months during the redevelopment of the new Union Court development, the ANU Pop-Up Reunion Village was designed by OCULUS and Craig Tan Architects in association. Conceived as a connective day and night environment for the students, the village accommodates the temporary relocation of ANU’s retail core, including student services, student organisations, common spaces, and food and beverage.

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Kola Bhaban Prangon at University of Dhaka / STHANIK Consultants

April 7, 2021 Hana Abdel 0

The premise of Faculty of Arts at Dhaka University is regarded as a center of historic and cultural significance which contains the most substantial monuments representing the Liberation War of Bangladesh, a landmark sculpture named Aparajeyo Bangla (meaning Unvanquished Bengal) and historic Bot-tola (a large Banyan Tree). The university authority wanted to address some issues by creating designated spaces for users through landscaped design interventions for the site. The premise was divided into;

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Wiki World Natural Camp / Wiki World + Advanced Architecture Lab[AaL]

March 24, 2021 Collin Chen 0

Located on the outskirts of Wuhan, the Wiki World Natural Campsite is a rural practice teaching base and research camp joint by universities to serve rural revitalization and sustainable development. The project occupies an area of approximately 666㎡, using the tourism land and facilities in the site to arrange the dotted public classrooms, prefabricated wooden houses, and natural building construction areas. The Wiki World Natural Camp also offers the ultimate Northern European wild living experience and will recruit citizens to join the natural architecture courses. We hope to provide such a site so that more people can find a way to return to nature.

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Shomaj Biggyan Chattar at University of Dhaka / STHANIK Consultants

January 12, 2021 Valeria Silva 0

Surrounded by significant landmarks like the Central Mosque, Central Library, Central Student Union Building, a historic Canteen and also the new building of the Faculty of Social Science, the original open space had failed to create any significance regarding the usage. Despite being located at the heart of university of Dhaka, the area remained ‘unattended’ for years. The place itself had nothing to offer to the users, and was being used for shortcuts and dumping zone of construction debris for several years. Natural setting was random but guided by the influences like sunlight, condition of the soil and less human intervention.

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Campus and Creative Innovation Knowledge Park / 3h architecture

September 28, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

When planning the expansion of the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest’s Campus, our mission was to transmute the university grounds into the spatial bedrock of the contemporary and future creative education. We were faced with the question of identity: on one hand, finding connections to the person it’s named after – someone with a creative nature of innovation, pushing artistic and technical boundaries – and through him, to the pioneering applied arts movement of the previous century, the Bauhaus.

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ANU Kambri Public Domain / Iahznimmo architects + ASPECT Studios

September 2, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

lahznimmo architects with ASPECT Studios were successful in winning the Australian National University’s design competition to revitalize the public domain of its Canberra campus. The public domain team worked closely with BVN who were the architects for the new buildings in the precinct. The resulting urban outcome reflects the collaboration between the three practices. The brief for the Public Domain was based on an Urban Design Framework, Public Realm Guidelines, Design Brief, and Place Overlay led by Colony Six, Civitas, and Oculus. Key public domain elements include the redevelopment of University Avenue; the Kambri Precinct and a new terraced creek edge and amphitheatre.

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Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center / Wilson Butler Architects

June 20, 2020 Valeria Silva 0

Eager to foster successful relations between campus and community, the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center serves as a new Cultural Gateway to Auburn University’s campus. Promoting transparency through design, warm interior tones of lobby gathering spaces are lightly veiled by a faceted curtain wall, reminiscent of a drawn stage curtain. A welcome presence of the building’s facade is further heightened by wood-toned canopies connecting interior to exterior, with oversized ceiling fans alluding to architectural traditions of a southern porch.

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Paulien Bremmer wraps “social hub” for Gerrit Rietveld Academie in woven-steel screens

October 12, 2019 Jon Astbury 0
Gerrit Rietveld Academy by Studio Paulien Bremmer and Hootsmans Architecten

Folding screens of woven steel surround the upper level of the latest building at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, which provides three storeys of exhibition, workshop and teaching spaces. The building, which will be used by the Gerrit Rietveld Academie and Sandberg Institute, was designed by  multidisciplinary design team Federation Levitation (FedLev) led by architect Paulien Bremmer, working

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