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Lowline underground park in New York

DANIEL BARASCH AND JAMES RAMSEY want to build a park underneath the bustling streets of Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The project is aptly called the Lowline—in reference to New York’s famous High Line

TOWN MIAMI MAY GREEN ARCHITECTURE NEWS: THE FUTURISTIC OPEN OCEAN PAVILION OF SOUTH KOREA

The proposal for the Water Pavilion for the Yeosu EXPO 2012 explores various water principles and the translation into an architectural experience. The notion of fluidity, buoyancy and constant change are principles for our proposal. The pavilion stan

This is another effective diagram in my opinion. The designer used proper colors to communicate meaning and the diagram shows simply how the basic form of the buildings was established. The diagram also shows why they decided to design the building this way, to connect views and paths.

The designer used proper colors to communicate meaning and the diagram shows simply how the basic form of the buildings was established. The diagram also shows why they decided to design the building this way, to connect views and paths.

nexttoparchitects: “ Diploma unit 6. Work by: Quadri Uthman @quadriq Instructors: @gillesretsin & @eragatory : @uel_architecture ”

nexttoparchitects: “ Diploma unit Work by: Quadri Uthman Quadri Quadri Instructors: Eragatory : ”