posts tagged ‘maquettes’

HKU Shanghai Study Center | Final Review

HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 2, 2013
HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 2, 2013

Last Monday, the second-year architecture students at the HKU Shanghai Study Centre presented their final projects. Dealing with ‘Architectural Urbanism‘, the 26 students in the studios of Pascal Berger [HKU Shanghai Academic Director], Elena Perez Garrigues and Zhu Xiaofeng 祝晓蜂 showed their design proposals, maquettes and thoughts of their 3-month stay in Shanghai 上海. read more »

HKU Shanghai Study Center | Final Review

HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 6, 2012
HKU Shanghai Study Center review | December 6, 2012

Last Thursday, the second-year architecture students at the HKU Shanghai Study Centre presented their final projects. Dealing with ‘Density and the City‘, the 30 students in the studios of Pascal Berger [HKU Shanghai Academic Director], Wang Fei 王飛 and Martine Vledder showed their design proposals, maquettes and thoughts of their 3-month stay in Shanghai 上海. read more »

Andra Matin: Sebuah Sekuel | exhibition

Andra Matin: A Sequel | August 1, 2012
Andra Matin: A Sequel | August 1, 2012

After a summer break, MovingCities is back at work. First stop is Jakarta, where on August 1 we attended the opening of Andra Matin: Sebuah Sekuel. The exhibition contains 9 built works by the leading Indonesian architect Andra Matin. Each of the designs is presented in 9 short films. The exhibition is on view at Dia.Lo.Gue Art Space until August 27. Impressions after the break. read more »

CAA Hangzhou School of Architecture | Review

CAA Hangzhou | Thesis Design Studio Review, May 21-22, 2012
CAA Hangzhou | Thesis Design Studio Review, May 21-22, 2012

Last week, MovingCities was invited by Erhard An-He Kinzelbach [KNOWSPACE architecture + cities] to Hangzhou 杭州 to jury the final year students projects at the School of Architecture of China Academy of Art Hangzhou [CAA] 中国美术学院建筑艺术学院. Also on review were the student work developed by Studio 崔富得 and Studio Hao Ruan 阮昊 + Devin Jernigan. read more »

HKU Shanghai | Final Review

HKU Shanghai Final Review | April 25, 2012
HKU Shanghai Final Review | April 25, 2012

About two weeks ago, the second-year architecture students at the HKU Shanghai Study Centre presented their final projects. Dealing with the theme of ‘Central City/Peripheral City‘, the 35 students in the studios of Pascal Berger [HKU Shanghai Academic Director], Wang Fei 王飛 and Michael Tunkey showed an impressive set of design proposals, maquettes, thoughts and overview of their 3-month stay in Shanghai 上海. read more »

Jakarta | ‘Rumah Rumah Tanpa Pintu’ opening

Rumah Rumah Tanpa Pintu | July 1, 2011
Rumah Rumah Tanpa Pintu | July 1, 2011

For Indonesian architects, a house is usually their first project, the first experiment, the first chance to make a built work. [...] By removing the client out of this context, we enlarge the room to explore architecture.” So states Danny Wicaksono in his curatorial intentions for the Rumah Rumah Tanpa PintuHouses Without Doors – exhibition. The opening weekend in Jakarta was a great event full off maquettes, jongArsitek!, (but also other) architects and creatives – drinks, dialogues, music, presentation and food. read more »

CAA architecture jury | Hangzhou

School of Architecture at CAA | June 2, 2011
School of Architecture at CAA | June 2, 2011

On June 2, the School of Architecture of China Academy of Art Hangzhou [CAA] 中国美术学院建筑艺术学院 organized the presentation of the final year projects. Bert de Muynck | MovingCities was invited to participate in the jury of the studio’s of Erhard An-He Kinzelbach [KNOWSPACE architecture + cities] and Haoru Chen 陈浩如 [Citiarc International]. The first one dealt with the issue of aging, the second one with independent research. Hangzhou 杭州, snapshots, students, maquettes and background. read more »

Nanjing | Urban Planning Exhibition Hall

Nanjing Urban Planning Museum & Exhibition Hall | April 9 2010
Nanjing Urban Planning Museum & Exhibition Hall | April 9 2010

There are many ways to get a grip on the immensity of any Chinese city. One way to understand the development – besides driving through, seeing from a rooftop or by wandering around – is to head to the local urban planning museum. Typically these spaces exhibit the largest scale-model you ever saw, while the corridors are draped with explanations about planning strategies, new iconic buildings and historical developments. read more »

Rotterdam | NAi exhibitions

Architecture of Consequence lecture by NAi director Ole Bouman | February 18, 2010
Architecture of Consequence lecture by NAi director Ole Bouman | February 18, 2010

Thursday February 18, the Netherlands Architecture Institute [NAi] held a pre-opening of the ‘Disputed City’an exhibition about the outcry architecture can cause. This was followed by a lecture by NAi-director Ole Bouman on the ‘Architecture of Consequence‘, the theme of another exhibit, opening the following day. Both measure the effect of architecture on mankind. read more »

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