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Weeteling, Romy (author)
As of today, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we might feel ever more dependent on technologies to keep the world connected. Nonetheless the term technology includes more than our boundary blurring gadgets and prosthetics. With architecture as one of the first technologies (among language and writing) they shape us mutualistically as we have shaped...
master thesis 2021
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Pantaleone, Pedro (author)
The research and design project tries to understand how, from the failure of modern narratives in spatial production, an alternative methodology for architecture can arise. In the post-soviet context, practices of improvisation that adopt methods based on the acceptance of structural indeterminacy try to meet an architectural project concerned...
master thesis 2021
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Papasimakis, Konstantinos (author)
''Post mortem Dystopias'' focuses on the post human condition in the periphery of the City, following the growing trends of automation. In this project, dystopia is understood as subjective term defined every time by place, time, subject and its conditions. It concerns a non linear narration of a possible future history of Chitila, Bucharest,...
master thesis 2019
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Schramkó, Sába (author)
Valparaiso is currently in a state of environmental abandonment that threatens the unique coexistence of rural and urban socio-spatial practices in the peri-urban areas of the city. Local practices of animal husbandry and family farming are dependent on the abundance of water in the streams and the ecosystem of sclerophyll forests. The...
master thesis 2018
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