Respiration Space
P SHEN
5th year MLA
Victoria university of Wellington
NZ
Respiration Space
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zerostatereflex:

Water Experiment No. 33 Automata
What a beautiful work of craftsmanship.
By: Dean O’Callaghan
zerostatereflex:

Water Experiment No. 33 Automata
What a beautiful work of craftsmanship.
By: Dean O’Callaghan
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nicolakolas:

Project 3a: MiniRefuge | RefugeAgenda
Hybrid Site Analysis
Addressing the site in relation to its
wider social context (1:7500 scale)
spatial topography and immediate context (1:500 scale with 1:200 scale section)
ephemeral qualities and materiality (1:200 scale)
nicolakolas:

Project 3a: MiniRefuge | RefugeAgenda
Hybrid Site Analysis
Addressing the site in relation to its
wider social context (1:7500 scale)
spatial topography and immediate context (1:500 scale with 1:200 scale section)
ephemeral qualities and materiality (1:200 scale)
nicolakolas:

Project 3a: MiniRefuge | RefugeAgenda
Hybrid Site Analysis
Addressing the site in relation to its
wider social context (1:7500 scale)
spatial topography and immediate context (1:500 scale with 1:200 scale section)
ephemeral qualities and materiality (1:200 scale)
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perfectionistparalysis0909:

domdickens:

Site Analysis:: Transport Access plan 

plan
perfectionistparalysis0909:

domdickens:

Site Analysis:: Transport Access plan 

plan
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lam-nt:

River side
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mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
mindyourgarden:

Lazare Goujon square (Villeurbanne)
Parallel lines, drawn on the ground, recall the relationship between the square and surrounding streets. The existing gates are extended to form two vines that furnish this large urban piece.The two central water bassins mirror the towering buildings. At the bottom of these ponds, the artist Philippe Favier drew a heavenly constellation of painted glass scattered throughout the basins. Randomly placed fountains subtly emphasise the sense of verticality.
by In Situ
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futureproofdesigns:

Architecture Portfolio; Physical Model
Derek Pirozzi
2012
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dottavioladesign5:

haleyladesign5:

Ideas for stormwater management along Mantua Ave.

I had the same ideas these are so great right?!
dottavioladesign5:

haleyladesign5:

Ideas for stormwater management along Mantua Ave.

I had the same ideas these are so great right?!
dottavioladesign5:

haleyladesign5:

Ideas for stormwater management along Mantua Ave.

I had the same ideas these are so great right?!
dottavioladesign5:

haleyladesign5:

Ideas for stormwater management along Mantua Ave.

I had the same ideas these are so great right?!
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thoughtsfromablankface:

The Edge of Wiliamsburg by W Architecture and landscape architecture
thoughtsfromablankface:

The Edge of Wiliamsburg by W Architecture and landscape architecture
thoughtsfromablankface:

The Edge of Wiliamsburg by W Architecture and landscape architecture
thoughtsfromablankface:

The Edge of Wiliamsburg by W Architecture and landscape architecture
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thecitythecitythecity:

Irene Ayala. Laboratorio de gestión de alimentos. Madrid
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mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot
mindyourgarden:

B3 Garden
The interior of a new private housing block is crossed by a public walkway. The project is based on two principal ideas:One is to collect the rainwater from the rooftops into large pools of cor-ten steel which separate the private space from the public walkway. This water is used for irrigation.The second principal is to respond to the difference in sunlight exposure created by the high buildings, by creating on the shady side a forest of pines and ash trees on a carpet of ferns. On the more sunny side a large meadow planted with Amelanchiers, Redbuds and Cherries provides a more open space.
by OLM paysagistes and Atelier Girot