Monthly Archives: June 2014

SW18 – Measuring Social Welfare

There is nothing more dangerous than trying to make the world a better place. Banksy Measuring the Social welfare has always been a hard task for planners especially when the people are to be involved in the decision making. This research has started from the macro-scale of reading about societies, governance approaches, and the link between both. After a deep research about the city of Barcelona [...]

Posted in Mohamad Yassin, Raphael Teixeira Libonati , Rodolfo Parolin Hardy, Sinem Samanci, Sofia Kcomt Villacorta, Uncategorized | Comments closed

#ECOTONE – teaching through architecture

  The issue of water has long been disregarded. In a world facing serious water trouble, we cannot be blind to the forthcoming social and economical tensions over water. We propose unleashing holistic solutions in water managementand production through architecture as a means of communication. It is time to bridge the gap between water related [...]

Posted in Hriday Siddarth Saini, Ismail Gokhan Catikkas, Rodion Eremeev, Ruxandra Iancu Bratosin | Tagged , , , , , | Comments closed

Citizen + -Retrofitting IAAC

  “Architecture is for the people and by the people.” Citizen+ is an initiative by a group of students from IAAC aiming at helping poeple to shape their own environments with the use of innovative ideas and digital fabrication.These initial urban interventions revolve around District@22 and makes use of IAAC facilities,thereby dissolving IAAC into the [...]

Posted in Akanksha Kargwal, Ashwini Mani, Maria Agnieszka Czajczynska , Maureen Eunice Estrella Lora, Novak Kijac, Remita Thomas | Comments closed

KATA PROJECT – retrofitting Mongolia

The KATA project is a direct response to pressing issues of Methane Release, harshening climatic conditions and scarce life resources for nomads in Mongolia.

Posted in Agnieszka Wanda Janusz, Alessio Salvatore Verdolino, Kateryna Rogynska, Tobias Grumstrup Lund Øhrstrøm | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments closed