Bon, cette entrée en photo, vous la connaissez. On ne compte plus le nombre de photos existantes, mais je trouve qu’elle fait toujours son effet. Et surtout merci à ce petit monsieur qui passait par la, ça rend la photo un peu plus original 🤪
Bref, cette photo n’est pas centrée, mais je l’aime.
Et j’espère que vous l’apprécierez autant que moi 🥰
Partagez si c’est le cas !
A Common Columbarium
Royal College of Art . ADS1 . 2020
‘A Common Columbarium’ is a mortuary space in reflection to the momentary longevity of our memory. The proposal reevaluates cladding system as repository for the ashes, questioning the replaceability of material in the contemporary construction. The separated language of metal and concrete portrays a metaphor of the short, yet desirable symbiosis of the living and the dead.
‘The modest volume of the columbarium discloses through the treeline. As one approaches, its sunken foreground is revealed offering step seats for the public’.
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📝 'Stockport' - Jonathan Foulger @ssoa_architecture
'Stockport in 2015 was home to the most vacant high street in the UK, and this project proposes a template for how we as a society can respond to this condition through examining and rethinking the typology of the department store.
Through localised production and spending within vacant spaces, the project promotes a collective and self-sustaining society which responds to the declining high street and the global climate emergency. Through growing out of Stockport’s existing urban fabric, the thesis explored how buildings through time leave traces of architectural ideologies, societal eras and the accumulative nature of construction over time.’
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