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  • The Center for Technology and Design – abbreviated ‘tede-Z’– is a project for an educational institution that combines continuing education for technical professions with university-level design and engineering programs of study. Aside from creating a contemporary working atmosphere, the focus here above all is on a high degree of interdisciplinarity. Accordingly, the architectural concept is […]


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  • In the bottom of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta outside the city it is found Timayui a place with high poverty and few opportunities. This project encourages and develops children, social inclusion is a challenge as well as activating new forms of use, ownership and pride in the communities. The building is conceived as […]


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Purpose In the context of historic piecemeal development, the need to address the campus as a whole was recognised. This was then enabled by the production of a masterplan in 2007. Originating as a standalone student centre, the concept was developed to more fundamentally and visibly connect the existing campus, and in doing so provide […]


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Originally: a closed kitchen, living room with one window, a room with one window. Objectives: 1 – Get maximum light 2 – make consistent use these 3 together by a common thread. Unifying aspects of the project: 1-The kitchen revolves around the living room to turn into bed and desk. 2 – The living room opens […]


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Where’s the shoe? – In order to strategically position the corporation Converse in respect to the market potential, the decision of company management was to relocate the Canadian head office from a space within an industrial park to a higher impact single tenancy building in proximity to Montréal’s international airport and on a site clearly […]


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This is the third video in a 50 video series discussing how architect’s have and can use proportion in their designs.


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