Eliminating social stratification, coercion and alienation, although located in the future, the New Humanity of Paleotopia retrieves to the non-alienated living of the pre-cultural Palaeolithic, only this time cleansed of the fear for survival thanks to the GRID.
,,Infinity Nature’’ building will be energy efficient and sustainable building, which refers to the application of processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient. Main goal is to reduce the overall impact on of the built environment on human health and the natural environment. Green building takes advantage of renewable resources, using solar, wind, kinetic and geothermal energy in order to produce electricity.
Ana Marija Kerošević, a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, employs the mezzotint printmaking method to demonstrate the eternal conflict between light and darkness.
Besides private investors, the largest investor is still the state and therefore the architecture and urbanism are largely influenced by the policies of the rulers. Is this just a byproduct of the system that emerged after the breakup of Yugoslavia, or it has roots in previous periods?
The irregular canopy negates the center of the square and protects the pedestrians in different hights and lenghts.
Primary goal of this studio project was to create a good place, place of human interaction, because it is humans according to who space is created and shaped.
They have disassembled Rijeka’s abandoned places, investigated them, took notes and drew, then put it all together and uploaded it for your hungry eyes. This project is for all of you who missed Rijeka’s magical urban pockets when you were there, but also for those who had seen them and know them well – this will warp your perspective of it! Hristina and Nikola, the workshop’s tutors joined us for an interview about their digitally analogue project.
Under the initiative of YAP, founded to promote and support young architecture, and in collaboration with the MAXXI museum in Rome, the proposed taks deals with the multifunctional, temporary courtyard space of the museum. Words about one of the five finalist projects are brought to you by the authors, Studio KolendićKrmek.
The aims and principles of Rijeak not only looked to engage the local residents in their own city but gave all of us, as participants in the workshop, a great opportunity to understand the city we were working with. Rijeak asked us to think about Rijeka on a deeper level.
The prison was chosen as an environment because at the level of essential meaning it indicates that all the characters of the opera reside in a kind of prison, whether it being a true physical space or a mental one.
In a way, destroyed buildings could offer useful waste, a great amount of material that can later be used for new constructions, continuing to tell new stories.
The complex is an oasis near the city center, beneath the hill our city has gotten its name from, and that will give joy to all of its visitors’ senses: audio (the sounds of the birds), visual (lights and colors), sense of smell (the smell of the garden) and will contribute to the cultural offer of the capital city of Montenegro.
Due to the specificity of the location along the banks of the river Ibar, the entry way from two streets and the size of the parcel itself, the proposed solution is the creation of a large square overlooking the Ibar river and surrounding settlements, below which is the main program of the building with all accompanying premises.
A glimpse of Jadrija, a small town on the Croatian coastline near Šibenik, through the lens of a visual communications student – Monika Vodopija.
Our interventions wish to speak out to the viewer: ‘Look, we can still do something here! These spaces have stories, history and value.’
In anticipation of this year’s third annual architecture, design and art festival oktobarh 2018, which will arrive in less than a month, we are publishing a report of the Connections workshop, held on October 29th, 2017 in Novi Sad.
At the end of the day, after the enthusiasm, creativity and love that these intelligent young architects have shown me, I can only be optimistic about the future – in a humane and professional way.
The two series by Tana Jeić deal with themes of “architecture” and “reports”, respectively, proposed within the photography course of the School of Design in Zagreb, Croatia.