Qiyu (Jennifer) Ge

Vertical Greek Salad | Athens, Greece| Unit 21 | 2019 Click to see Design Realisation The project aims to liberate and regenerate public spaces for the local people and blur boundaries between public and private spaces to make community activities more affordable. In the era of postwar in Athens, 90% of the apartments were built in the system of Antiparochi (1959 law), in which a landowner could turn over the plot

Chengbin Shou

New Rovertou Galli Park | Athens, Greece| Unit 21 | 2019 Click to see Design Realisation The Project is a renovation project of Rovertou Galli Park in Athens which allows visitors to interactively determine the building’s appearance and makes the Acropolis more connected to the city context. The main function of the park has a strong connection to today’s information technology, which encourages visitors to leave their own information and existence

Pink Protpagorn

The Water Line| Turin, Italy | Unit 21 | 2018   Click to see Design Realisation The project is an ‘Agri-food’ park which includes all the wonders of Italian biodiversity in one place. It includes goods from all over Italy for both wholesalers and visitors. There will be multiple pop-up stores selling Italian produce, wholesale market, supermarket, culinary school, Italian restaurants and vegetable plots. The site emphasises the importance of eating

Alexia Souvaliotis

STUGA | THE NOBEL WEDDING PARK | Stockholm, Sweden | Unit 21 | 2017 Click to see Thesis   Stuga The Swedish “Stuga” exploits the plentiful land to build simple sparse dwellings where Swedes seek refuge to in the summer months. By looking at different images and how they make us feel depending on their colours/captured atmospheres, an architectural language will be developed by breaking down personal photographs of my

Eleanor Figueiredo

  GLASBRUKSHOLMEN (THE GLASS PARK) | Stockholm, Sweden | Unit 21 | 2017  Click to see Thesis Stockholm is comprised of around 28,000 islands: the notion of ‘islandness’ is prevalent in both the nature of inhabitation in the city, and the behaviour and mentality of the people. In Sweden, there exists a clear divide between public and private realms – Swedes are typically incredibly private, tending to avoid verbal and

Risa Nagasaki

TIME-BASED LANDSCAPE | Copenhagen, Denmark | Unit 21 | 2014 Click to see Thesis   Typologically, Copenhagen is a collection of lands reclaimed from water.  Copenhagen is known as the “Venice of the North”.  The project is essentially a proposal for the future of Copenhagen.  Proposing how the city may expand on water reclaiming land and retaining the water.  The project proposes time-based landscape as an extension of the city of