Learning from Nature via Biomimicry

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Learning from Nature via Biomimicry

Do you ever wonder how mother nature works ? Biomimicry is searching for this question. As far as I am concerned, in a sort of way, it imitates the way nature does. Thus we can use these methods in our design world. Speaking of it, it’s used everywhere ; buildings, vehicles, materials etc…

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Jan 30, 2019
Historical Industrial Buildings Transform into New Modern Spaces

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Historical Industrial Buildings Transform into New Modern Spaces

In recent years, the transformation of abandoned industrial buildings such as factories, warehouses into new modern spaces for different purposes has become widespread.

  • Posted by: iremuluisik

  • Jan 29, 2019
The Most Powerful Thing to Make People Understand Your Project; Diagrams

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The Most Powerful Thing to Make People Understand Your Project; Diagrams

Let me ask you a few questions first.   How do you start to create something ? What are your steps ? After these steps, how do you convince people ? End of presentation, do you think that people you are trying to convince, can totally understand the project ?

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Jan 27, 2019
Designing Against Disasters: Tsunami House

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Designing Against Disasters: Tsunami House

We are all living in the same planet as humans. We are all going to have same advantages if we take care of this planet well, have same troubles unless we do that. Climate change is not only one of the biggest proof of the uncapability of humans in taking care of this planet well […]

  • Posted by: cisemcis

  • Jan 25, 2019
DD16, Modular Compact House for Voyagers 

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DD16, Modular Compact House for Voyagers 

We are used to seeing people who take their backpacks and go to remote places under extreme conditions. Mobile people create a living space that can move with them. Is it possible to move a built-in area? DD16 is an idea that allows voyagers to travel with a house that is a symbol of settled life.  Ivan Ovchinnikov of BIO architects discusses too […]

  • Posted by: iremuluisik

 As a Different Way of Using Architectural Education – Sir Ken Adam

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 As a Different Way of Using Architectural Education – Sir Ken Adam

Actually you know him from James Bond movies, however not as an actor, as a designer.   Ken Adam in the war room he designed for Dr Strangelove   Sketches of the same war room   Sir Ken Adam was born in Berlin in 1921. Then years passed, young Adam was attending the Berlin French […]

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Jan 24, 2019
Sabine Marcelis, Explorations and Manipulations of Color and Light

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Sabine Marcelis, Explorations and Manipulations of Color and Light

Sabine Marcelis is an artist who has become popular in design and has build her own style. She attracted so many designers’ attention by her unique designs.

  • Posted by: aysegultozak

  • Jan 21, 2019
EVERY SPACE IS A PLACE

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EVERY SPACE IS A PLACE

What is a place ? Somewhere that has some walls, objects, also people can live in ? Then what is a space ? Nothing ? No. Not exactly like this.

  • Posted by: begumsardan

  • Jan 19, 2019
Visualizing Architecture By Alex Hogrefe

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Visualizing Architecture By Alex Hogrefe

Alex Hogrefe is a visual artist who is an owner of the website called Visualizing Architecture.

  • Posted by: aysegultozak

  • Jan 16, 2019
Continuity of Time and Space for Urban Planning

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Continuity of Time and Space for Urban Planning

In a free society, the perfect planning of a city is neither possible nor desirable, it means fixation that impedes unpredictable developments. – Eckhard Schulz-Fieltz, 1960, The Space City. Time and space is a broad theory that can be translated and understood in many different ways. Space is interpreted as an extent with three dimensions […]

  • Posted by: Sara Ghani

  • Dec 18, 2018