plataforma arquitectura ArchDaily | Broadcasting Architecture Worldwide europaconcorsi Mosque Proposal / StudiOZ StudiOZ designed a mosque in Kayseri Municipality in memory of Sinan, the architect because historically, the Turkish mosque reached its highest potential under his design. Using a single dome placed upon a square form, Sinan created a metaphor of the mosque being the most stable form to symbolize infinity. Hundreds of years after Sinan, the mosque typology is still viewed as an indispensable component of Turkish life. More images after the break. The mosque creates a shell with a steel constructed pattern, based on the concept points to infinity/divinity. “On the contrary to the meaning which refers to the meeting point of community, it transforms into the meeting point of society and finds a place with its neutrality, purity and symbolically in the city within the reference of its history.
The Magnificent Map Of Rap Names Charts Jazzy Jay To Z Rap may be characterized by its beats, hooks, and lyrics, but it’s just as known for its ostentatious names. Pharoahe Monch. The Last Emperor. The Magnificent Map of Rap Names is the latest creation from Pop Chart Lab. You have the professors (Professor X, Professor Griff, Professor King Bean and Large Professor), the dictators (J. To assemble such massive graphics, Pop Chart Labs starts with spread sheets and discovers associations by hand (we’ve seen their methodology before charting cocktails and Apple products). Should you be interested in snagging a Magnificent Map of Rap Names of your very own, 1,000 maps will be printed in gold metallic (39”x27”).
Craneloft / Yorgos Rimenidis + Michalis Softas Yorgos Rimenidis and Michalis Softas, students of the University of Thessaly, in Volos, Greece shared their Craneloft proposal with us. The idea is a radical experiment to transform port cranes into lofts; and since the cranes can be found at basically any commercial port worldwide, the craneloft is a possible alternative with a global character. This revitalization stems from the students’ view that reusing objects, structures and engines left behind from the port will allow the free area to be incorporated in the urban tissue. This new form of habitation would be constantly changing and form a “condensed European city”. More images and more about the craneloft idea after the break. Two connected containers provide ample storage and living space. The control room of the automation of the CRANELOFT is placed to the preexistent crane control room.