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Ecological Architecture By Joseph DiBella
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A thesis project for the graduate architecture program at Wasghington University in St Louis that explores the impact of commercial and industrial development along riparian corridors.
Manuals of Systemic Architecture - cyber-Garden v4.0 By ecoLogic Studio
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The cyber-Garden project embodies a cybernetic and machinic paradigm within the framework of a large 1:200 scale architectural model. Such attempt to combine languages and methods has a strong... More > contemporary relevance. The ecologic and sustainable design ethos has become central to any architectural discourse but it’s still seeking more radical solutions to an accepted list of problematic questions. The project tests a design method centered on interbreeding architectural design with social sciences, ecology and cybernetics: the designer here facilitates communication between diverse and heterogeneous systems and ecologic regimes. Flows of light and nutrients, human care and physical contact or ecological stress analysis are allowed to contribute to the growth and evolution of an augmented architectural model, a 1:200 representation of a cyber-garden city.< Less
MIAD Green Studio 2010 - Urban Ecology Center By MIAD Interior Architecture + Design
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The ultimate goal of the UEC project was to expose students to collaboration and professional-level thinking, to challenge them to manifest the culture of a real-world client and to practice... More > sustainable design in a cost effective and imaginative way. The “Team Minimal” proposal from MIAD was selected by the UEC staff for further design development in the spring semester of 2010. MIAD’s Green Studio team collaborated with local professionals and sustainable design experts to enhance the winning schematic design by adding green material specifications, lighting plans, furniture designs, and additional green building components.< Less
City Ecologies By Blake Belanger, Jason Brody, Howard Hahn
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Great cities tend to have great civic spaces. Such civic spaces imbue their surroundings with promise. The critical relationship between civic space and urban context is the foundational issue of the... More > City Ecologies studio. This document presents the work of the City Ecologies studio, the first phase of a yearlong research and design study investigating a comprehensive vision for green space in downtown Kansas City. The study was initiated by the Downtown Council of Kansas City (DTC) and coordinated by the Kansas City Design Center. City Ecologies studio was an eight-week summer course taught by Assistant Professors Blake Belanger, Dr. Jason Brody, and Howard Hahn at Kansas State University. The thirty landscape architecture students participating in the studio were comprised of non-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their fourth year and post-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their second year of study.< Less
City Ecologies By Blake Belanger, Jason Brody, Howard Hahn
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Great cities tend to have great civic spaces. Such civic spaces imbue their surroundings with promise. The critical relationship between civic space and urban context is the foundational issue of the... More > City Ecologies studio. This document presents the work of the City Ecologies studio, the first phase of a yearlong research and design study investigating a comprehensive vision for green space in downtown Kansas City. The study was initiated by the Downtown Council of Kansas City (DTC) and coordinated by the Kansas City Design Center. City Ecologies studio was an eight-week summer course taught by Assistant Professors Blake Belanger, Dr. Jason Brody, and Howard Hahn at Kansas State University. The thirty landscape architecture students participating in the studio were comprised of non-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their fourth year and post-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their second year of study.< Less
adaptive computational ecologies By Clayton A. Madrid
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Architecture and computation.
Remediation in Urban Ecology By Justin Pasley
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Remediation in Urban Ecology By Justin Pasley
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Bio-dynamic Ecologies By Eugene Duck Jong Lee
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Bio-dynamic Ecologies Estuaries in the Mediterranean coast are defined through the conjunction of two different ecosystems providing the ground for rich biodiversity. The steady cutback of these... More > areas threatens the breeding areas of migrating bird species. Bio-dynamic Ecologies provides an infrastructure of islands for the creation of artificial habitats following the characteristics of delta areas. The proposal investigates on the potential of the dynamics of the sea surface by harvesting the wave’s energy and by using it as an input for seasonal changes in the topography of the artificial islands.< Less
Bio-dynamic Ecologies By Eugene Duck Jong Lee
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Increasing biodiversity in the Mediterranean Sea through floating landscapes as bird species incubators at the estuary of the Ebro Delta _ Estuaries in the Mediterranean coast are defined through the... More > conjunction of two different ecosystems providing the ground for rich biodiversity. The steady cutback of these areas threatens the breeding areas of migrating bird species. Bio-dynamic Ecologies provides an infrastructure of islands for the creation of artificial habitats following the characteristics of delta areas. The proposal investigates on the potential of the dynamics of the sea surface by harvesting the wave’s energy and by using it as an input for seasonal changes in the topography of the artificial islands.< Less