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Science Park Pavilion / LAAR

April 14, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

In 2009, in the southern zone of Yucatán, in México, a group of young students, sons, and daughters of Mayan farmers belonging to the rural community of Dzán, whose economic support consists mainly in the farming of citrus, moved by their “change their world” reckless enthusiasm, took the action into working together through science and culture with the purpose of inspiring the most vulnerable sector of the population: children and young adolescents, whose school dropout, substance abuse rates and lacking vocation were rising. That’s how they decided to found the Scientific Community of Dzán, a non-profit organization that pursuits the empowerment of their own community through the making of life projects with science and culture as the main tools for that.

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House 34 / dIONISO LAB

April 13, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

The house is inserted in a post-WWII housing estate and stresses the relevance of council housing in the UK, a fundamental part of the contemporary urban fabric and sense of community.

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Transformation of An Old Tiny Farmcottage Into a Rural House / MAAV

April 13, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

A tiny farm cottage is ment to be come into an occasional appartment through a complete rehabilitation. In this small intervention crystallizes an attitude that seeks to identify rural morphologies and join them at the rate of development of this environment. Urban planning instruments can often endanger these morphologies, leading to the destruction of sometimes secular constructions by increasing building rights.

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ANU Pop-Up Village / Craig Tan Architects

April 12, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

Designed as the temporary heart of the ANU campus for 18 months during the redevelopment of the new Union Court development, the ANU Pop-Up Reunion Village was designed by OCULUS and Craig Tan Architects in association. Conceived as a connective day and night environment for the students, the village accommodates the temporary relocation of ANU’s retail core, including student services, student organisations, common spaces, and food and beverage.

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ANU Pop-Up Village / Craig Tan Architects

April 12, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

Designed as the temporary heart of the ANU campus for 18 months during the redevelopment of the new Union Court development, the ANU Pop-Up Reunion Village was designed by OCULUS and Craig Tan Architects in association. Conceived as a connective day and night environment for the students, the village accommodates the temporary relocation of ANU’s retail core, including student services, student organisations, common spaces, and food and beverage.

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Extension of the Bossière’s Primary School / Goffart-Polomé Architectes

April 11, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

The extension of the Bossière’s Primary School is approached in a sensitive way whose ambition is to ensure the good development of students by creating generous and comfortable spaces largely opened over a restful panorama. More specifically, the will of the municipality was to add two new flexible classrooms along with an existing building whose morphological characteristics coincide with the traditional typology of Belgian farms, widespread in the region.