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No Man's Land

Terrestrial triangle, Perú -, Chile
by José Tomás Pérez Valle

Using the triangular coordinates of a longstanding territorial dispute between Chile and Perú, "No-man’s-Land" explores the subtraction of territory as a subversion of the current politicize rhetoric towards the possibility of re-think border condition.

The project’s starting point was the..

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The Invisible Blanket

New York City, USA
by Bika Rebek, ...

New York City is a place to see and be seen. The average pedestrian in downtown manhattan is recorded by 78 cameras per minute. The surface of rooftops have become an escape from busy street life; up in the sky people congregate to be elevated above ordinary surveillance. Paradoxically this space..

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Ruincarnations

Ljubljana-Belgrade-Zagreb-Kiev-Rome-Wroclaw, Slovenia
by Miloš Kosec

The post-industrial age rediscovered the fascination with ruins: from shabby chic to ruin-porn, the imprint of decay on repetitive standardized production serves as a trigger of commodification. The project of Ruincarnations counters existing ruin-porn imagery and fetishizations of decay with..

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Activate Modern Ruins

London, United Kingdom
by Dimitris Grozopoulos, ...

Activate Modern Ruins is an on-going investigation of declining infrastructures, abandoned buildings and cities through photographic documentation, theoretical texts and speculative projects. The notion of ‘ruin’ has changed dramatically over the last ten years. We consider ‘modern ruins’ as the..

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This project embraces the challenge of taking care of the older city. Today, all the European countries are facing this problem. However, the approach is yet done with outdated logics and urban tools. An expansion of the rehabilitation protocol will be achieved understanding that reproducing..

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Trellick Tower

London, United Kingdom
by Ernő Goldfinger

Trellick Tower is a 31-storey block of flats in North Kensington, London, W10. It was designed in the Brutalist style by architect Ernő Goldfinger, after a commission from the Greater London Council in 1966, and completed in 1972. It is a Grade II listed building and is 98 metres tall. Add to a collection

Housden House

London, United Kingdom
by Brian Housden

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Alexandra Road Estate

London, United Kingdom
by Neave Brown

Alexandra Road is London terrace house with the design of high-density public housing. Alexandra road represents the application of the terraced theme on an enormous scale.

The long site is consisted of three parallel rows of dwellings. Two rows of terraced apartments are aligned along the..

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