The case of Public buildings (New experience approach), Meghdad Sharif

Practical investigation in architecture offices & studios Design pedagogy & design process with aspect of new user experience With the aim of technological & fiction based model for design The case of Public buildings (New experience approach) Researcher: Meghdad Sharif    DEC 2018   Abstract As a researcher I’m interested in practical researches that focus on […]


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QIZ, Keller Easterling

Keller Easterling is an architect and writer from New York City. Her book, Enduring Innocence: Global Architecture and its Political Masquerades (MIT, 2005) researches familiar spatial products that have landed in difficult or hyperbolic political situations around the world. A previous book Organization Space: Landscapes, Highways and Houses in America applies network theory to a […]


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FOLDED OCEAN: MUTATING TERRITORIES IN THE INDIAN OCEAN WORLD, Dr. Lindsay Bremner

Dr. Lindsay Bremner is Professor of Architecture at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA.  She was formerly Chair of Architecture at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cape Town and Master of Architecture and Doctor of Science in Architecture from the […]


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Hua Qiang Bei International Competition, Amale Andraos

Amale Andraos co-founded WORKac in 2003 with partner Dan Wood. She received her Masters in Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and her Bachelors in Architecture from McGill University in Montreal. She is currently an adjunct professor at Princeton University’s School of Architecture and was previously a visiting critic at the GSD, the Kowlton […]


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Interactive ‘Ornament’ The Agents of Responsive Mediators, Kihong Ku, Jonathan Grinham, Negar Kalantar Mehrjardi, Spencer Jaehoon Lee

PARTeE (Prototyping in Architectural Robotics for Technology enriched Education) is the name of an interdisciplinary design laboratory approach that explores the potential of prototyping, architecture, robotics at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). This approach started as a small exploratory project in fall 2009 to investigate the future of design that integrates […]


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Japanese Gardens Translated by Saba Jaberolansar

Source: *An excerpt from the original text Sense of Place in the Japanese and Persian Gardens, Faryar Javaherian, May 2004 Photos courtesy of Memar Magazine 2004 Throughout history, gardening and especially the design of gardens have been the most wonderful of all human activities. It could be said that aesthetics has guided human beings toward […]


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Tree Museum

Having met in Art Basel 2004, landscape architect Enzo Enea and international “green” architect Chad Oppenheim have a strong history of design exchange that began with the redesign of Simpson Park, a natural hardwood hammock in Downtown Miami that was reintroduced to the local community through the synergy of nature and architecture. Some years later, […]


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Museum and Identity by MONA BIN HUSSAIN

All my life I knew that I wanted to be a teacher, however, the museum field chose me to be part of it as an educator. My story started after finishing my Education degree, I got an offer to work for Sharjah Museums Department in the Education and Interpretation field. At first I didn’t fully […]


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Reconstruction of Jahili Fort /Al Ain by: ADACH (Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage)

The oasis city of Al Ain sits in the desert that straddles the border between the UAE and Oman. To the east lie the Hajar Mountains of Oman. To the west are the endless dunes of the Rub‘ Al-Khali, the Empty Quarter. Closer to Al Ain is the extraordinary mountain outcrop of Jebel Hafit, dominating […]


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War Museums by PETER SAVVIDES

Battlefield museology in Cyprus an unintentional reminiscent of a bitter past Since antiquity, the pivotal position of the island of Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean and its importance for geopolitical domination in the region of the Middle East had a catalytic influence in transforming this strategic land1 into a nucleus of rivalry among foreign powers. […]


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