Learning XXI Century Architecture by Playing SCALA Cards

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Learning XXI Century Architecture by Playing SCALA Cards

  Have you ever played a card game? The response is probably yes. What if I ask you this question in an architectural way, have you ever played an architectural card game? If you have the answer no, I am going to represent you an architectural card game, SCALA.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Aug 5, 2019
Spaces for Children – Playgrounds by Aldo van Eyck

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Spaces for Children – Playgrounds by Aldo van Eyck

  After the Second World War, the Dutch cities were devastated and the children were the greatest victims of the war. Also, in the post-war period, there was an incredible increase in the number of children.

  • Posted by: iremuluisik

  • Jul 31, 2019
Public Spaces, Well Designed or…   

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Public Spaces, Well Designed or…   

Have you ever thought, what is a public space?  What comes into your mind when somebody calls a place as a public space? Could you ever think each space is for us, doesn’t have to be designed or the opposite?   Well, of course if you want, every space can be a place like I […]

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Jul 21, 2019
A Giant Traveller from Universe, Museum of the Moon

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A Giant Traveller from Universe, Museum of the Moon

  The British installation artist Luke Jerram, created a giant traveller which has been visiting all around the world since 2016, the moon. For the first time, it was exhibited in Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, then, expanded its journey.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Jul 4, 2019
Architects are Artists?

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Architects are Artists?

In recent decades, there is a question on the minds of whose are interested in art and design. Are the architects artists as well? If not, what are the differences between arcihtects and artists? Of course, there can not be certain answers for these but let us examine the ideas on this conflict together.

  • Posted by: cisemcis

  • Jun 21, 2019
Perfection in Landscape, Salt Series – Tom Hegen

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Perfection in Landscape, Salt Series – Tom Hegen

Tom Hegen is a photographer and designer from Munich, Germany. You might know him from his Adobe Design Achievement in 2018, and exhibitions, publications as well. However, I want to show you his photographer side.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Jun 19, 2019
Arch101

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Arch101

  What do you think about being an architect? What an architect does? Do they only draw plans?

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • May 10, 2019
2ACAA 2019 Competition / Innovative Contextual Architecture in the Continents

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2ACAA 2019 Competition / Innovative Contextual Architecture in the Continents

The 2ACAA have been organized and conceptualized by the 2A Magazine. Ahmad Zohadi – CEO and the editor in chief of the 2A Magazine is the mind behind 2ACAA.

  • Posted by: illustrarch

  • May 4, 2019
The Whole World Prayed for a Building to Stand; Notre-Dame de Paris

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The Whole World Prayed for a Building to Stand; Notre-Dame de Paris

As we all know, on 15 April 2019, in Paris, there was a fire coming from Notre-Dame Cathedral. That flames caused an unforgettable damage on cathedral and in our memories as well.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Apr 25, 2019
La Muralla Roja

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La Muralla Roja

A project that was built about 50 years ago but still preserves its vitality. La muralla roja(red wall) is an apartmant complex designed by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill in Spain’s Calpe.

  • Posted by: iremuluisik

  • Apr 23, 2019