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EASA (European Architect Student Assembly)

  EASA (European Architect Student Assembly) was founded in 1981, when students of architecture from Liverpool: Geoff Haslam and Richard Murphy invited their fellow students from Europe to come and help them solve problems in their city. Since then EASA takes place each summer in a different country. It is organized by students of architecture for students of […]

The Hunter’s Hut by OA

The Hunter’s Hut by OA

  The Author of project: OA Office of Architecture (Tengiz Bichinashvili) Area: 140 m2   “TheHunter’s Hut” is a very impressive student work. It’s been a long time since the author is not a student any more, but the project takes the honorable place in portfolio together with lots of other realized or unrealized works. […]

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CAFE IN SATAPLIA

  Author: “Georgian Project”  (Magda Goliadze, Kote Meparishvili) Location: Sataplia Nature Reserve Total Area: 396 m2 Year: 2010   To be a good architect have a proper education is not enough, you should also know lots of norms, standards, rules, procedures and even have millions of ideas. Necessary thing is to have an ability and feeling how to give the […]

Inside – Outside

Inside – Outside

  The story depends on our faith, but still when God created humans, He did not let us see what is happening in the internal organs. However this is the main area where vital processes take place and without those organs we would be unable to survive. The body is arranged so that the organs […]

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Reflective Dish in Quebec Garden Festival

  This attractive project will be created  as a part of the International Garden Festival in at Les Jardins de Métis in Quebec this summer. Festival will be held from June 28 till September 28. The name of the project is “Reflective Dish” and the idea belongs to the Spanish architecture group Citylaboratory. “Reflective Dish” is a […]

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Cable on Rose Revolution Square to Mtatsminda, TBILISI

A cable is being built at Rose Revolution square, opposite Radisson hotel which will connect Rustaveli avenue with Mtatsminda. Recently, I have noticed one interesting thing, namely people who have no idea about architecture or do not want to deserve anger of the author, make the following comment: “the project is fairly good but does […]

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Religion Under the Limelight of Modern Architecture

  I do not really know when the world started arguing about whether God exists or not, but the fact that religion is most often a cause of heated debate, is unquestionable. For so many centuries such a powerful being, like human, can not explain who we are and where we come from, but we […]

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FEDERICO BABINA’S ARCHIPIX

  Federico Babina illustrated famous architects, as they feature in an 8 bit video game from 80’s. Each of them is illustrated in the foreground of their most famous building. As Babina said, the idea of ​​this project is to represent the complexity of forms and personalities through the simplicity of pixel. Frank Lloyd Wright stands next […]

Viewpoint by AOR

Islet Viewpoint by AOR is opened in London

    Islet, called Viewpoint is a unique urban island hideaway set to bring nature and architecture together on London‘s Regent’s Canal and Camley Street Natural Park. It was commissioned by The Finnish Institute in London and The Architecture Foundation for London Wildlife Trust. Viewpoint is designed by AOR, a team of young Finnish architects: […]

Thomas Heatherwick’s “Garden Bridge“

Thomas Heatherwick’s “Garden Bridge“ Across The Thames

Heatherwick Studio presented “Garden-Bridge” project in London on the river Thames. In early 2013, Following Transport for London’s (TFL) has announced a tender for the project, a pedestrian bridge on the River Thames. With an actor and campaigner Joanna Lumley, architect Thomas Heatherwick has developed an idea of a bridge on the Thames with a […]

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