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Excessive Architecture: Cleanness vs. Dirtiness

The solid, rigid material has been the leading role in architecture industry for hundred years, but in this project this definition of architectural material has been changed.

Glitch: Advanced Architectural Design Workshops in Los Angeles, Athens & Innsbruck

X|Atelier is organizing four international intensive workshops of Advanced Architectural Design. The X|A Summer Workshops 2015 are led by X|A principals Erick Carcamo (SCI-ARC) and Nefeli Chatzimina (USC, NTUA), both Allumni Graduates of Columbia University in New York City.

New Gastronomical Innovation Center

The New Gastronomical Innovation Center, designed by Oscar Abrahamsson and Jacob Waas at SCI Arc, is a speculative proposal for the El Bulli Research Campus in Cala Montjoi, Catalonia that explores complex systems and baroque geometry as tools in creating an artificial rival to nature.

Clover House, MAD’s First Project in Japan Breaks Ground

The Clover House is a kindergarten that feels like home. Due to limited land area the owner of a local kindergarten decided to renovate his own family house transforming the original private nursery into a fully developed education institution.

Fashion Boutique Designed as a Constellation of Soft Architectural Forms

The challenge of this project designed by Zelig Fok at the Savannah College of Art and Design was to design a boutique and showroom for the Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons in Tokyo’s Aoyama shopping district.

Breeding Clouds Skyscraper

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Davide Coluzzi Italy Prologue On Earth, aridity has always been a problem … Latest scientific research shows that our planet is constantly getting hotter which causes significant changes perceptible for everyone.

Migratory Lantern Flock: Nostalgia Across the Formosa Strait

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Cai Zeyu, Du Dikang China The sky lantern flock across the Formosa Strait – A new definition of the skyscraper According to the complicated politic statues, the communication between people in Taiwan and main land may have some difficulties, however, which situation would also exists all over the world in fact.

The Oculus: Regenerating Life Through a Vertical Topology

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Rodrigo Carmona United States The Oculus is a vertical community.

Xerophyte Tower

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Allstair Lillystone, Shonn Mills United Kingdom, Singapore A xerophyte is a type of plant that has evolved over time to adapt to the dry conditions in a desert.

Floating Waterfront Village: Trees of Life

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Yi Wang, Jin Wei China Design Background Gulao waterfront village as the last ecological area which has traditional characteristics in Pearl River Delta of China has another reputation named “Southern Venice”.

A Thousand Splendid Suns

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Bart Chompff, James Park Austria For centuries we have designed our buildings aligned to the sun.

Bicycle Skyscraper Network

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Si Hoon Choi, Do In Kim, Tae Joon Jeong, Chang Han Lee, Seong Hyun Yoon South Korea The subway provides convenience to commuter during commute time as a transportation that is used by many people.

Go Vertical: A City Designed for Volume

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Margaret Rew, Taylor Hewett, Karilyn Johannesen United States The People of the City have too long been subjected to the free plan: FAR, $PSF, the corridor, and, by extension, the vertical instrumentality of the service core—the tropes of modernism must be questioned, for they are rich with opportunity.

Favela Skyscraper

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Rodrigo Carranca Hernandez Mexico Project Statement Favelas, slums, hoovervilles or bidonvilles are informal settlements that lack property rights and provide below-average quality housing in agglomerations; they tend to lack basic infrastructure, urban services, social facilities and green areas.

Water Skyscraper in Somalia

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Nurzhanat Kenenov Singapore Water availability in Somalia is naturally climatic issue.

Elegy of Skyscrapers: Museum of Manhattan Skyscrapers

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Yike Peng, Fan Wu, Youyi Wang Hong Kong In a potential future, Manhattan will embrace a neo-level of urbanization process.

The Habitable Obelisk

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Jun Hao Ong Malaysia THE TOWER OF SANCTITY Dating thousands of years ago, rock-cut architecture – the practice of creating a structure by carving it out of solid natural rock was used for many significant religious monuments, temples and tombs.

High-Rise Waterfall

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Gigih Nalendra, Nadia Vashti Lasrindy, Reza Arya Pahlevi Indonesia Background Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, is among the cities that have the highest average annual precipitation (average rainfall) in the world, the average is above 3000mm.


Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Zhou Ping, Yang Dongqi, Xie Mingxuan, Chai Wenpu, Sun Wei, Yang Hui, Liu Chengming, Qi Shan, Deng Honghao China Strictly speaking, the blasting renewal of modern cities is not a scientific process but a experimental combination of technology and techniques.

Capture Wind: A Wind Farm in the Tropopause

Editor’s Choice 2015 Skyscraper Competition Jiaqi Sun, Chang Liu, Mingxuan Qin China The way we produce and use energy today is not sustainable.