Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Sculpted Veil

  There are times in architecture when we have to set aside Western conventions and observe a way to create spaces that solve the problems of contemporary society while not disrespecting traditional means of expressing culture and heritage. Walking the

The Sculpted Veil

  There are times in architecture when we have to set aside Western conventions and observe a way to create spaces that solve the problems of contemporary society while not disrespecting traditional means of expressing culture and heritage. Walking the

WOMEN WRITERS COMMUNITY

With this project we want to support moroccan women. Highlighting both the great literary tradition of female writers in the country but also the problem of low literacy. We have designed Women Writers Community – a place where Moroccan women can live,

WOMEN WRITERS COMMUNITY

With this project we want to support moroccan women. Highlighting both the great literary tradition of female writers in the country but also the problem of low literacy. We have designed Women Writers Community – a place where Moroccan women can live,

Salt Up

by Joris Šykovas and Andreas Mitsiou This project focuses on enhancing vernacular building techniques by introducing cooling technologies into the building structure itself. The group shared an interest in achieving a sustainable cooling mechanism by utilizing possible water deposits in the

Salt Up

by Joris Šykovas and Andreas Mitsiou This project focuses on enhancing vernacular building techniques by introducing cooling technologies into the building structure itself. The group shared an interest in achieving a sustainable cooling mechanism by utilizing possible water deposits in the

Summer Exhibition

The summer exhibition at Lund School of Architecture opened as a final crescendo of the current term. Spatial Experiments are exhibiting in the “Black Box” at the A-building. If you couldn’t make it, you can browse these photos from the

Summer Exhibition

The summer exhibition at Lund School of Architecture opened as a final crescendo of the current term. Spatial Experiments are exhibiting in the “Black Box” at the A-building. If you couldn’t make it, you can browse these photos from the

Final crit

The final reviews featured eleven projects exploring the intersection of extreme climates, vernacular architecure and computational techniques and technologies. A big thank you to the critics who contributed to a day filled with interesting conversations and insightful comments.

Final crit

The final reviews featured eleven projects exploring the intersection of extreme climates, vernacular architecure and computational techniques and technologies. A big thank you to the critics who contributed to a day filled with interesting conversations and insightful comments.

ATLAS HAVEN

In this project we consider and apply passive and vernacular strategies and local building materials to provide a comfortable home in this specific environment. The project goal is to reach for self sustainability – grow food, collect water and save

ATLAS HAVEN

In this project we consider and apply passive and vernacular strategies and local building materials to provide a comfortable home in this specific environment. The project goal is to reach for self sustainability – grow food, collect water and save

BrickBark™

This is a story about Youssef. He is a craftsman living in a “modern” concrete apartment on the outskirts of Marrakech with his wife Yasmine and their two young children.

BrickBark™

This is a story about Youssef. He is a craftsman living in a “modern” concrete apartment on the outskirts of Marrakech with his wife Yasmine and their two young children.