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Microfactory by Harry Wey and Han Dong #archilibs #architecture #archilovers #archstagram #arquitectura #architecturestudent #architetto #architectur #iarchitectures #architectureporn #building #buildings #urban #beautiful #buildingporn #architectures #ic_architecture #instadaily #primeshots #arquitectura #architettura #drawing #image #render #pencil #igers #best #instadaily #illustration

Invisible Drawing: Presence of Absence by Prajakt Karmarkar SCI-Arc | critic: Dwayne Oyler "This thesis is about the presence of absence through the lens of drawing.The specific types of drawings that I am interested in all make use of an abundance of lines—some of those lines convey latent geometries while others convey a more whimsical quality that is less explicit in their origins. The intention while producing the drawings was often to make the readings of the lines ambiguous in order to create an interesting visual and spatial effect. An attempt has been made to take these readings and interpret them into a building that mobilizes the absence of the building that was previously on the site.I am trying to take the stable, inscribed convention of architectural drawings throughout the history of architecture and destabilize them. This destabilization is done in order to open up new possibilities by translating construction lines into constructed objects. The whole point of construction lines is that they only exist in conception of the building. So, when one starts building them and takes them seriously about their real possibilities, the construction lines produce a kind of blurred world around them. This is due to the presence of the absent element. Making those non-actual things actual, the object of this operation produce unique qualities.The project proposed the reconstruction of the cathedral at Soissons, France, which currently exists only as a facade. The building is currently haunted by the existence of the previous cathedral; it is my intention to provide a strange simultaneous presence of actual and virtual elements.”- Prajakt Karmarkar
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Invisible Drawing: Presence of Absence by Prajakt Karmarkar SCI-Arc | critic: Dwayne Oyler "This thesis is about the presence of absence through the lens of drawing.The specific types of drawings that I am interested in all make use of an abundance of lines—some of those lines convey latent geometries while others convey a more whimsical quality that is less explicit in their origins. The intention while producing the drawings was often to make the readings of the lines ambiguous in order to create an interesting visual and spatial effect. An attempt has been made to take these readings and interpret them into a building that mobilizes the absence of the building that was previously on the site.I am trying to take the stable, inscribed convention of architectural drawings throughout the history of architecture and destabilize them. This destabilization is done in order to open up new possibilities by translating construction lines into constructed objects. The whole point of construction lines is that they only exist in conception of the building. So, when one starts building them and takes them seriously about their real possibilities, the construction lines produce a kind of blurred world around them. This is due to the presence of the absent element. Making those non-actual things actual, the object of this operation produce unique qualities.The project proposed the reconstruction of the cathedral at Soissons, France, which currently exists only as a facade. The building is currently haunted by the existence of the previous cathedral; it is my intention to provide a strange simultaneous presence of actual and virtual elements.”- Prajakt Karmarkar
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Invisible Drawing: Presence of Absence by Prajakt Karmarkar SCI-Arc | critic: Dwayne Oyler "This thesis is about the presence of absence through the lens of drawing.The specific types of drawings that I am interested in all make use of an abundance of lines—some of those lines convey latent geometries while others convey a more whimsical quality that is less explicit in their origins. The intention while producing the drawings was often to make the readings of the lines ambiguous in order to create an interesting visual and spatial effect. An attempt has been made to take these readings and interpret them into a building that mobilizes the absence of the building that was previously on the site.I am trying to take the stable, inscribed convention of architectural drawings throughout the history of architecture and destabilize them. This destabilization is done in order to open up new possibilities by translating construction lines into constructed objects. The whole point of construction lines is that they only exist in conception of the building. So, when one starts building them and takes them seriously about their real possibilities, the construction lines produce a kind of blurred world around them. This is due to the presence of the absent element. Making those non-actual things actual, the object of this operation produce unique qualities.The project proposed the reconstruction of the cathedral at Soissons, France, which currently exists only as a facade. The building is currently haunted by the existence of the previous cathedral; it is my intention to provide a strange simultaneous presence of actual and virtual elements.”- Prajakt Karmarkar
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Invisible Drawing: Presence of Absence by Prajakt Karmarkar SCI-Arc | critic: Dwayne Oyler "This thesis is about the presence of absence through the lens of drawing.The specific types of drawings that I am interested in all make use of an abundance of lines—some of those lines convey latent geometries while others convey a more whimsical quality that is less explicit in their origins. The intention while producing the drawings was often to make the readings of the lines ambiguous in order to create an interesting visual and spatial effect. An attempt has been made to take these readings and interpret them into a building that mobilizes the absence of the building that was previously on the site.I am trying to take the stable, inscribed convention of architectural drawings throughout the history of architecture and destabilize them. This destabilization is done in order to open up new possibilities by translating construction lines into constructed objects. The whole point of construction lines is that they only exist in conception of the building. So, when one starts building them and takes them seriously about their real possibilities, the construction lines produce a kind of blurred world around them. This is due to the presence of the absent element. Making those non-actual things actual, the object of this operation produce unique qualities.The project proposed the reconstruction of the cathedral at Soissons, France, which currently exists only as a facade. The building is currently haunted by the existence of the previous cathedral; it is my intention to provide a strange simultaneous presence of actual and virtual elements.”- Prajakt Karmarkar
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Invisible Drawing: Presence of Absence by Prajakt Karmarkar SCI-Arc | critic: Dwayne Oyler "This thesis is about the presence of absence through the lens of drawing.The specific types of drawings that I am interested in all make use of an abundance of lines—some of those lines convey latent geometries while others convey a more whimsical quality that is less explicit in their origins. The intention while producing the drawings was often to make the readings of the lines ambiguous in order to create an interesting visual and spatial effect. An attempt has been made to take these readings and interpret them into a building that mobilizes the absence of the building that was previously on the site.I am trying to take the stable, inscribed convention of architectural drawings throughout the history of architecture and destabilize them. This destabilization is done in order to open up new possibilities by translating construction lines into constructed objects. The whole point of construction lines is that they only exist in conception of the building. So, when one starts building them and takes them seriously about their real possibilities, the construction lines produce a kind of blurred world around them. This is due to the presence of the absent element. Making those non-actual things actual, the object of this operation produce unique qualities.The project proposed the reconstruction of the cathedral at Soissons, France, which currently exists only as a facade. The building is currently haunted by the existence of the previous cathedral; it is my intention to provide a strange simultaneous presence of actual and virtual elements.”- Prajakt Karmarkar
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Invisible Drawing: Presence of Absence by Prajakt Karmarkar 
SCI-Arc | critic: Dwayne Oyler 

"This thesis is about the presence of absence through the lens of drawing.
The specific types of drawings that I am interested in all make use of an abundance of lines—some of those lines convey latent geometries while others convey a more whimsical quality that is less explicit in their origins. The intention while producing the drawings was often to make the readings of the lines ambiguous in order to create an interesting visual and spatial effect. An attempt has been made to take these readings and interpret them into a building that mobilizes the absence of the building that was previously on the site.
I am trying to take the stable, inscribed convention of architectural drawings throughout the history of architecture and destabilize them. This destabilization is done in order to open up new possibilities by translating construction lines into constructed objects. The whole point of construction lines is that they only exist in conception of the building. So, when one starts building them and takes them seriously about their real possibilities, the construction lines produce a kind of blurred world around them. This is due to the presence of the absent element. Making those non-actual things actual, the object of this operation produce unique qualities.
The project proposed the reconstruction of the cathedral at Soissons, France, which currently exists only as a facade. The building is currently haunted by the existence of the previous cathedral; it is my intention to provide a strange simultaneous presence of actual and virtual elements.”
- Prajakt Karmarkar

Freehand diagrams of architecture | Francois Blanciak | 2008 #archilibs #architecture #archilovers #archstagram #arquitectura #architecturestudent #architetto #architectur #iarchitectures #architectureporn #building #buildings #urban #beautiful #buildingporn #architectures #ic_architecture #instadaily #primeshots #arquitectura #architettura #drawing #image #render #igers #best #instadaily #illustration #diagram

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Architecture by Road is an architectural world tour through the habitat. The project was born out of an idea between a young director and two newly-graduated architects and their interest in the habitat of the 21st century. The venture will explore a number of…

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Nakagin Capsule Tower by Kisho Kurokawa | Tokyo, Japan
Reputed to be the world’s first structure that implemented the innovative idea of capsule architecture, Kisho Kurokawa designed the Nakagin Capsule Tower based off of his sustainability concept called “Metabolism”, encasing his vision of an architectural movement representative of organic growth and restructuring within buildings.
The Nakagin Capsule Tower is a “mixed-system” structure, utilizing both traditional architecture with modern technology within one entity. It is made of two reinforced concrete and steel frame pillars of asymmetric heights, both housing public utilities such as stairs, elevators, plumbing, and electrical systems (Kurokawa 105).
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Nakagin Capsule Tower by Kisho Kurokawa | Tokyo, Japan
Reputed to be the world’s first structure that implemented the innovative idea of capsule architecture, Kisho Kurokawa designed the Nakagin Capsule Tower based off of his sustainability concept called “Metabolism”, encasing his vision of an architectural movement representative of organic growth and restructuring within buildings.
The Nakagin Capsule Tower is a “mixed-system” structure, utilizing both traditional architecture with modern technology within one entity. It is made of two reinforced concrete and steel frame pillars of asymmetric heights, both housing public utilities such as stairs, elevators, plumbing, and electrical systems (Kurokawa 105).
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Nakagin Capsule Tower by Kisho Kurokawa | Tokyo, Japan
Reputed to be the world’s first structure that implemented the innovative idea of capsule architecture, Kisho Kurokawa designed the Nakagin Capsule Tower based off of his sustainability concept called “Metabolism”, encasing his vision of an architectural movement representative of organic growth and restructuring within buildings.
The Nakagin Capsule Tower is a “mixed-system” structure, utilizing both traditional architecture with modern technology within one entity. It is made of two reinforced concrete and steel frame pillars of asymmetric heights, both housing public utilities such as stairs, elevators, plumbing, and electrical systems (Kurokawa 105).
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Nakagin Capsule Tower by Kisho Kurokawa | Tokyo, Japan

Reputed to be the world’s first structure that implemented the innovative idea of capsule architecture, Kisho Kurokawa designed the Nakagin Capsule Tower based off of his sustainability concept called “Metabolism”, encasing his vision of an architectural movement representative of organic growth and restructuring within buildings.

The Nakagin Capsule Tower is a “mixed-system” structure, utilizing both traditional architecture with modern technology within one entity. It is made of two reinforced concrete and steel frame pillars of asymmetric heights, both housing public utilities such as stairs, elevators, plumbing, and electrical systems (Kurokawa 105).

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