Posts Tagged ‘architecture students’

Forest library installation by the students at the Estonian Academy of Arts, Pähni – Estonia

October 2nd, 2015

The interventions, titled ‘Ruup’, span three meters in diameter, offering those seated and lying within ample space for reading or resting. Additionally, the conical shapes offer potential shelter for a wanderer or modest hiker to spend the night, as well as provide a platform for outdoor classrooms, small-scale cultural events and concerts.

Pulse Pavilion Bamboo Sculpture by the University of St. Joseph, Macau – China

April 16th, 2015

Split bamboo woven into a continuous metaball surface

Emergency plastic crates shelter by LAU architecture students

May 9th, 2014

Studio instructor Richard Douzjian requested for the temporary structures to be developed from common, everyday objects that are easily accessible to people all-over the world, as many refugees are forced to incorporate such materials into creating their own living environments.

Jégbüfé NumberNowDesign & Ábris Gryllus, Budapest

May 15th, 2012

Jégbüfé (Ice Buffet) is a still living notion among the inhabitants of Budapest since 1952, when it was opened on the Square of the Franciscans. It is quite well-known; moreover it radiates the atmosphere of the great 50th’s.

Nanushka Beta Store by Daniel Balo, Zsofi Dobos, Judit Emese Konopas, Dora Medveczky, Noemi Varga, Budapest

December 27th, 2011

Located in the heart of Budapest and created for the 2011 autumn / winter season, the new Nanushka retail space aims to emphasis the brand’s core values and contrast the sometimes overwhelming racket of the urban experience.