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Another Midjourney exploration, this is an extension to the Silk & Stone series but this time I mixed my prompts with both Renaissance and Baroque style qualities. In addition, I generalised the silk draping to a more generic approach of any fabric, this was in hope that the AI would then treat the fabric in any direction and manner it saw fit rath...
Student
Mohammad Qasim Iqbal
University
Nottingham Trent University
Tools used
Midjourney
Using Midjourney I wanted to explore areas that verge on the impossible but are still grounded to reality allowing the viewer to get a glimpse of “what could’ve been.” My interests in the Renaissance are derived from my love for Palladio’s work, it amazes me how simple concepts are manipulated and controlled to form beautiful, balanced Architecture...
Student
Mohammad Qasim Iqbal
University
Nottingham Trent University
Tools used
Midjourney
This project is a conceptual one, based around my interests in Baroque architecture, I used Midjourney to explore the Baroque façade with the theoretical knowledge I have of the architectural style. Baroque greats like Bernini, Borromini and Guarini came to mind when trying multiple prompts but the one that gave me the best response from the AI was...
Student
Mohammad Qasim Iqbal
University
Nottingham Trent University
Teacher
Simon Beames & Kenneth Fraser
Tools used
Midjourney
The airport’s goal is to serve the residents of the delta and reduce pressure on the international airports surrounding the delta + give greater economic value to the new city of Mansoura and be a front for it.
Student
Ahmed Mohamed Abd El Mohsen
University
Mansoura University
Teacher
Esraa El Azab
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop
If natural occurrences can easily change our world, how should we control them? Italy's mount etna volcano, one of the world's most dangerous active volcanoes, has erupted countless times and people's lives have been affected by it. But it contains unique geothermal energy and mineral resources that we humans need in particular.
Student
Zhiyi Zhang
University
University of Applied Arts Vienna
Teacher
Hani Rashid
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, SubD, Unreal Engine, Hodini, Adobe Photoshop
“Architecture is an art that takes from everything, like music does. It’s really robbery, but robbery without a mask. You don’t really care where ideas come from. You pick and take from yourself and others.” We used these sentences as an exemplar during our Copy Right Studio.
Student
Masoud Abedimoghadam, Pegah Rahmani
University
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Teacher
Brian Kelly
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, Rhinoceros 3D, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator
My project, the radical museum seeks to create intellectual peace and and sophistication among different people , as what is happening in the current era is that everything that is strange or unconventional for a person is rejected at all, and this is what we must change radically, which is known as radicalism.
Student
Omar Ayman Fikry
University
Cairo University
Teacher
Prof. Karim Kesseiba, Dr. Sherif Morgan
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Revit, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
When history takes shape, and the action unfolds in a unique and exclusive atmosphere. Combining all the passion, fighting and braveness of Port-Said-ians that is digging into history through people and architecture, Port-Said deserves to restore back its greatness again. As a cosmopolitan city full of potentials and possibilities that made it an a...
Student
Nouran Khaled Ahmed
University
Architecture department, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University
Teacher
Prof. Karim Kesseiba & Prof. Sherif Morgan
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere