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Holistic Community By Nick Alexander
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A graduate architecture thesis that explores the urban ecovillage and investigates the reconnection of a community with its basic needs, primarily focusing on food growth in an urban setting
Holistic Community By Nick Alexander
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A graduate architecture thesis that explores the urban ecovillage and investigates the reconnection of a community with its basic needs, primarily focusing on food growth in an urban setting
Communities at a Crossroads By Annalisa Pelizza
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How to conceptualize online sociability in the 21st century? To answer this question, Communities at a Crossroads looks back at the mid-2000s. With the burst of the creative-entrepreneur alliance,... More > the territorialisation of the internet and the commercialization of interpersonal ties, that period constituted a turning point for digital communitarian cultures. Many of the techno-libertarian culture’s utopias underpinning the ideas for online sociability faced systematic counter evidence. This change in paradigm has still consequences today. Avoiding both empty invocations of community and swift conclusions of doom, Annalisa Pelizza investigates the theories of actions that have underpinned the development of techno-social digital assemblages after the ‘golden age’ of online communities.< Less
Community Defrag By Benjamin Sanchez
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It is imperative that we rethink the way we create community and, consequently, community spaces. Community should become pervasive, rather than becoming just another fragment of life. This means... More > that community should become an integral part of all the existing fragments within society, and ideally, become an adhesive that holds them together. An architectural response can provide the opportunity for the development of this concept of community through rethinking the arrangement of programs and the design of spaces. Architecture can provide the framework for new social interactions to occur by allowing people to engage new groups of people (bringing disassociated fragments together) and allowing already familiar individuals to engage each other in new ways (creating stronger ties between fragments.)< Less
Community Defrag By Benjamin Sanchez
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It is imperative that we rethink the way we create community and, consequently, community spaces. Community should become pervasive, rather than becoming just another fragment of life. This means... More > that community should become an integral part of all the existing fragments within society, and ideally, become an adhesive that holds them together. An architectural response can provide the opportunity for the development of this concept of community through rethinking the arrangement of programs and the design of spaces. Architecture can provide the framework for new social interactions to occur by allowing people to engage new groups of people (bringing disassociated fragments together) and allowing already familiar individuals to engage each other in new ways (creating stronger ties between fragments.)< Less
Community Engagement By Mersiha Mesihovic
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Community Engagement
Community Engagement By Mersiha Mesihovic
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Adaptive Community By Jose Estrada
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As part of the annual Masonry Competition at NJIT, Team White and Professor Phillip Speranza came together to design and bring this project to life. A 6'x8'x8' mock-up of rebar and brick. April, 2010.
COMMUNITY 2016 By Studio B Architects
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Rooted in a strong modernist aesthetic, Studio B's fresh, minimalist design, elegant site integration and seamless interplay between architecture, interiors and nature have garnered increasing... More > national attention since the firm's founding in Aspen, Colorado in 1991. With more than 65 prestigious design awards received over the last decade, and recognition by the American Institute of Architects/Colorado as the organization's '2009 Firm of the Year', Studio B's influence and growing portfolio of modernist work have continued to draw attention far beyond the Rocky Mountain West. This book focuses on the firm's residential body of work, showcasing award winning homes built in the last decade as well as homes we are currently designing to be built in the near future.< Less
Adaptive Community By Jose Estrada
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As part of the annual Masonry Competition at NJIT, Team White and Professor Phillip Speranza came together to design and bring this project to life. A 6'x8'x8' mock-up of rebar and brick. April, 2010.