Yellow Revolution

January 4, 2017 0

The Green Revolution of the 1950s was an anthropocentric approach to dialogue with all the environment. The Yellow Revolution must be a request for cooperation to nature from a new perception, a humble approach, understanding its processes and making our needs harmonious with them through technology and preparation. Our challenge is highlighted by the Yellow Revolution as landscapers on the scale of the urban landscape as agents of change that redefine the design procedure of urban systems. These need to be transformed into integrated systems in the landscape, they can’t remain a being object in the centre of the land, a parasite of these landscapes. The thing-city formed by disconnected bits must be transformed into an integral system of systems

Urban Landscape

December 4, 2016 0

Urban ecosystems are towns, the cities, and the urban strips or greenery built to link people to the natural environment. This can be the increase in the population that is urban as well as the supporting built infrastructure has changed on both urban surroundings as well as places which encompass areas that are urban. Included in these are semi or ‘peri-urban’ settings that fringe cities in addition to natural and agricultural landscapes. The urban landscape can be viewed both as a series of structures and edifices more or less organised by human action and as a panorama of social and cultural histories framing our present and inscribing our past. Seen in this way, ‘….the conurbation becomes one huge archaeological site

3D Printing in Real-World Architectural Design

October 8, 2016 0

With the advent of 3D printing traditional architectural model-making is becoming a thing of the past. 3D Printers allow a digital design to be easily created as a 3D printed object with complex shapes by layering extruded plastic from a heated print head based on computer instructions. All of 3D printing technologies rely on additive manufacturing, which builds up objects layer by layer, replicating cross-sections of a digital model. The big advantage for architects is the capacity to simply translate the digital design directly into an object via an automated process, allowing reprinting successive refinements at will. The model can be sliced and diced digitally an only various parts printed which allowing for example cross-sections and components to be made

Darling Harbour will transform into a winter playground for July

July 16, 2016 0

Following last year’s success, Darling Harbour will once again turn into Sydney’s “winter playground” for 2016’s Cool Yule, July, an event that goes from 2nd to the 17th, during the winter school holidays. When Darling Harbour transforms into a winter visitors do a few rounds on the ice rink can meander via a bewitching frozen woods or love some ice-skating performances, form snow angels and catch the fireworks display that is breathtaking. At the ice rink, you are able to either chill out on the sidelines or join the activity on the Cool Yule Ice Rink, presented by Nova 96.9, with their Learn to Skate lessons. The Snow Pit gives the perfect chance to see a winter like they do

Street Furniture Puzzle

June 15, 2016 0

Interesting streetscape approach with traditional freestanding seating in the shape of a giant jigsaw puzzle. Monolithic seat in a leaf like shape, manufactured from granite or reconstituted marble. The components may be used singularly or joined together like in a puzzle, to form various shapes. Find Out More

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