AA - Hotel Croydon Oblique
Dip 1 : James Mak
A hotel is a canvas, a plot, a cybernetic universe with its own laws generating random but fortuitous collisions between human beings who would never have met elsewhere.
It embodies the aspirations across a fertile cross-section through the population, a richly textured interface between social castes, a field for the comedy of clashing manners, and a neutral background of routine operations to give every incident dramatic relief .
Regrann from @danapaint - Kemasan Danacryl menampilkan lukisan "Pangkalan Becak" karya maestro seni lukis Indonesia, Sudjana Kerton.
Coba sebutkan nama daerah yang bajunya memiliki ciri khas seperti baju tukang becak pada lukisan tersebut!
Kami tunggu jawabanmu di kolom komentar ya.
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7. Kuis berlangsung sampai hari Sabtu 26 Mei 2018, pukul 18:00 WIB & pemenang akan diumumkan pada hari Senin, 28 Mei 2018.
8. Keputusan Admin adalah mutlak.
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AA - Michael Ho - A monument to Capitalism⠀
The monument itself is a enormous concrete dome (50 diameters wide and 28 meters tall) that spans over Oxford Circus and is dedicated to the people that are shopping in the area of Oxford Circus. Through the monument we want to emphasize Oxford Circus as a shopping district, turning an open and public space into a temple and sacred place. Eventually shopping, a mundane activity has been turned into sacred ritual.⠀
一Inter 8 Jae Seung
Japanese cultural and rituals of everyday life are erased by a city space led by Neolibral forces that dominated the urban development of the city. Liberdade indeed attempts to show the atmospheres of Japanese culture to the city by inserting Iconographic architecture, to project its social identity. Ironically, the exaggeration of its culture by fake visual images is not bringing a place for the community in the city, but emphasizing its social-spatial fragmentation within.
The project, unveiling the situation of Lima, explores the concept of maximizing the freedom left to the inhabitant in expressing himself through the physical and visual appropriation of the space providing him, in parallel, of public spaces needed to manifest his cultural life, with the design of an articulated infrastructure controlled by the designer in its growth, relation between spaces and qualities of the places created, which leaves in the inhabitants’ hands the aesthetic of the architecture.
As Walter Benjamin once noted, cityscapes have become an archive of cultural memory and a space for action. Theatre buildings are no longer central to the issue of theatre and community, as now the performance has “spread to other spaces such as factories, warehouses, churches, and soccer stadiums”. “These performance sites raise a new critical issue: how can an architect transform a building into a scenography – a dynamic space that generates a narrative of performances – and how can a building stage community?” I would in turn like to ask how the city and/or the street be transformed into a scenography?