I m currently in 3rd first degree of architecture, in um. recently, hving to rush for my final projects, the Community CEnter at Seremban town. This projects have been carried out for almost one sem, which is nearly four months, but the actual weeks for us to design is 13 weeks, with one interim crit or pin up crit and one desk crit each week. A very tension course, with very experience studio master, and 46 students packed in one year. Wow, i cant imagine how the final presentaion will be? last time, as the lecturers are rushing for time, many of our works are not appreciated properly, rather they just give a few sentences for one project, which is a hard work with swears and tears of a student. CAn u imagine we struggle for months n months for one peorjects and finally get one word from the lecturers? Even if the design is not good, rather recieve many useful comments to help us grow.
Hong KongSteve Leung Designers / Alan Chan Design Company Fast food joint shows it has heart Interior architect Steve Leung and graphic designer Alan Chan have proven this with their stylish interior for MX, a chain in Hong Kong that hired the pair to help it rebrand and present an entirely new look—albeit one with a strongly retro feel.
Shin Tanaka is a paper toy creator. When he started creating paper models and templates for all his favorite sneakers he couldn’t afford when he was a student - people were simply stunned about his detailed life-size objects. http://www.pingmag.jp/2006/08/31/shin-tanaka-paper-toys-meeting-street-art/
A enormous underground tunnel that runs through 40metres under the Hibiya Junction Tokyo or an underground dome that lies 500metres below deep in the mountains of Gunma…? In Japan unimaginably large spaces underneath our ground level lives exist. Even beyond the high walls of nuclear power stations, incineration plants or energy research organizations futuristic cities that we thought only to exist in science fiction movies unfold - not far from your neighbourhood.
Our installation presents an alternative contemporary architectural experience built from thousands of functioning networked Chinese toys. Instead of form we focus on the system, instead of authored design we create DIY methods, instead of high tech materials we re-appropriate cheap and ubiquitous technologies. This section provides in-depth information about the different bits and pieces as well as the system qualities of our architectural experiment in Venice.
Vertu Diamond Cellphone is the world most expensive phone, with a price tag of 1 million Euro, only 3 of these made are available. For the moment, only 2 has been grabbed, one by a russian tycoon and the other by a Hong Kong tycoon The “Piece Unique” handmade phone is constructed out of solid gold, is studded with diamonds and comes with a customized insurance policy.The phone has entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the expensive cell phone ever sold in the world. One million euro for a phone is crazy, some people ARE crazy! Rumor has it Brad Pitt and David Beckham own one of these luxurious phones. Vertu manufactures the most exclusive phones in the world, and this time the company didn't hold anything back when creating the Signature Diamond Collection. While most of us bling our phones with Swarovski crystals, others simply want real diamond handsets
Garfield who don't like pizza so much, always looks tired, seldom active, mostly passive, but foreverly SLOW.
This Garfield live without big dreams and big aims in life..... but with extreme interest in ARCHITECTURE.
Hoping to travel and enjoy ARCHITECTURE.
Currently continue studies in Nanjing and wont be able to add new post into this blog while I am in China. Feel free to visit my blog about Nanjing and other architecture projects that I like to share to all. www.phayung.blog.com
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