The winners of the Urbanism category in the 8th INSPIRELI AWARDS, Anya Ghosh, Saanchi Rajpoot and Shivam Takulia from India, have dreamed of receiving high education degree in Architecture at prestigious world universities such as Harvard, Politecnico di Milano and MIT, and asked us for Financial assistance fund.
This design project questions the function of architecture in the natural environment, and positions architecture as a tool to move beyond a human dominated ecosystem. Modern society has developed at a recent rate which is higher than at any period in history, and the natural world is at the brink of collapse.
Brit Eversole, Julie Larsen, Sinead Mac Namara
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, V-ray, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Substance Designer
INSPIRELI AWARDS is the largest student competition in Architecture in the world where more than 1000 projects compete to win one of the 3 categories. Among other great prizes as traveling trophy “Wings to the Future”and full Archicad Licence, the winners get to make a wish.
Architecture is always changing. Factors like how people live, how they use technology, and how they express themselves play a crucial role in the emergence of trends. Consider how buildings and spaces look today compared to older times. What is interesting is what students, the future designers, think about these changes.
Our site this semester will be in the Wynwood Arts District, a former industrial neighborhood that has emerged as the creative hub of Miami. Attracting visitors from around the world to explore and photograph its internationally renowned street scene, this edgy part of the city is home to the highest concentration of street art in the U.S.
California College of Arts
Rhinoceros 3D, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, V-Ray. 5 Ft physical Model: Laser cut-Birch plywood, painted, glued
A team of students from Coventry University have developed a concept for a house that can float whenever a flood approaches and shelter people for at least six weeks during catastrophic weather.
A team of Coventry University students combined their architectural knowledge to claim top prize at a national competition with a design for a building that absorbs carbon dioxide.
The students' winning design entitled Crane's Fen
TDB 2023 Brief - Redesigning the Badami Archaeological Museum | An insert into the History. Badami has a settlement of skilled craftspeople, including weavers of traditional Ilkal sarees. The museum should have spaces to celebrate this skill and craft of the locals. The built up area has to be 7500 sft-.
Mindscpace Architects & Rohan Builders
Architecture, Interior design
Undergraduates & 2023 graduates