Upon completion it will rank as the world's highest hotel. It is expected to be finished by 2009. At 480 meters it will only be 28 meters shorter than the Taipei 101. The Trump International Hotel & Tower, which will be the centerpiece of one of the palm islands, The Palm Jumeirah. Dubailand. Dubailand will be built on 3 billion square feet (107 miles^2) at an estimated $20 billion price tag. Dubai Sports City. Currently, the Walt Disney World Resort is the #1 tourist destination in the world. The Dubai Marina is an entirely man made development that will contain over 200 highrise buildings when finished. The Dubai Mall will be the largest shopping mall in the world with over 9 million square feet of shopping and around 1000 stores.
Ski Dubai, which is already open, is the largest indoor skiing facility in the world. The UAE Spaceport would be the first spaceport in the world if construction ever gets under way. Some other other crazy shit... Architecture. Drawing ARCHITECTURE. Selin Sevim, UrbanX, 2015 joe-reilly, ‘The Raft of The Medusa’, graphite on paper.
Aaren Easley, Acari Windforce, 8.5 X 11 recycled paper, ink, pastel, blue and red mechanical pencil. Serdar Ayvaz, Handmade production centre in İstanbul Lina Malfona, PIAZZA NAVONA 50percent/ RECYCLED, San Sosti 2015, from the series “Montages”, digital drawing. Adrian Labaut Hernández, “No-design No-scale”. Elyjana Roach. Architecture Design for Architects. Urbanity.es - Arquitectura, infraestructuras, urbanismo, etc... After The Meltdown: Where Does Architecture Go From Here? By Vanessa Quirk (click here for original article) © Megan Jett You can get into Architecture for one of two reasons: good architecture or bad.
For Cameron Sinclair, the co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, it was the latter. As a kid, Sinclair would wander his rough-and-tumble South London neighborhood, contemplating how it could be improved (and creating elaborate Lego models to that effect). Instead of soaring skyscrapers or grand museums, he was inspired by buildings that “integrated your neighborhood in a way that made people feel like life was worth living.” But that’s not Architecture. Architecture Schools have created curriculums based on a profession that, by and large, doesn’t exist. Unfortunately, however, the Recession has made perfectly clear that there isn’t much need for Guggenheims – certainly not as many as there are architects. So what needs to change? Inspirational Gallery #29 - Architecture. Tumblr Architecture. With over 15 billion page views a month Tumblr has become an insanely popular blogging platform.
Users may like Tumblr for its simplicity, its beauty, its strong focus on user experience, or its friendly and engaged community, but like it they do. Growing at over 30% a month has not been without challenges. Some reliability problems among them. It helps to realize that Tumblr operates at surprisingly huge scales: 500 million page views a day, a peak rate of ~40k requests per second, ~3TB of new data to store a day, all running on 1000+ servers. One of the common patterns across successful startups is the perilous chasm crossing from startup to wildly successful startup. Tumblr started as a fairly typical large LAMP application. The theme at Tumblr is transition at massive scale.
Site: Stats Software Hardware. Kinetic architecture (1/3) « VANGUARQ. Kinetic architecture (1/3) fLUX, Binary Waves – Lab[au] Another great project by LAb[au], “fLUX binary waves” is an urban and cybernetic installation based on the measuring of infrastructural ( passengers, cars…) and communicational ( electromagnetic fields produced by mobile phones, radio…) flows and their transposition into luminous, sonic and kinetic rules.
This relation between the installation and the urban activity happens in real time and sets each person as an element of the installation, as a centre of the public realm. The installation fLUX, binary waves is constituted by a network of 32 rotating and luminous panels of 3 meter-high and 60 centimetres wide, placed every 3 meters to form a kinetic wall. The panels rotate around their vertical axis, and have a black reflective surface on one side, the other being plain mat white. Shih Chieh Huang Installation artist Shih Chieh Huang transforms spaces with everyday objects. The exhibition is on till June 6th 2009 Spinning Streetlights. News! Historia de la arquitectura moderna. MANIFESTO ARCHITECTURE. Archinomy. Architettura - People meet in architecture. Biennale Architettura 7 giugno > 23 novembre 2014 14.
Mostra Internazionale di Architettura Tre manifestazioni complementari Fundamentals accoglie tre manifestazioni complementari: Absorbing Modernity 1914-2014 è un invito rivolto ai padiglioni nazionali che mostreranno il processo di annullamento delle caratteristiche nazionali. Biennale Sessions / Meetings on Architecture Per il quinto anno consecutivo, torna il progetto Biennale Sessions rivolto a Università, Accademie di Belle Arti, e istituzioni di ricerca e formazione; il progetto ha l’obiettivo di favorire la visita della mostra per gruppi di almeno 50 studenti e docenti. Froot.nl. Tomaat architecture magazine.