C3 no.372_1508

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Small Getaways
– Longbush Ecosanctuary Welcome Shelter _ Sarosh Mulla Design
– Tubakuba Mountain Hub _ OPA Form
– Lake Cabin _ FAM Architekti + Feliden+Mawson
– Forest Retreat _ Uhlik Architekti
– Invisible House _ Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
– UFOgel _ Urlaubs Architektur
– The Tent _ a21 Studio
– Southend-on-Sea Beach Huts _ Pedder&Scampton Architects
– Ritoque Hostel _ Gabriel Rudolphy + Alejandro Soffia

Buildings for Kids as Educators
Buildings for Kids as Educators _ Paula Melâneo
– Kinder Monte Sinai _ LBR+A
– Kindergarten in Ribnica _ Arhi-Tura d.o.o
– Hakusui Nursery School _ Yamazaki Kentaro Design Workshop
– Camperdown Childcare Center _ CO-AP
– Peanuts _ UID Architects
– Day Care Center in Paris _ Rh+ Architecture
– Sint-Gillis Primary School _ Lens° Ass Architecten

Urban How
After the Neighborhood’s Days
After the Neighborhood’s Days _ Aldo Vanini
– Artech House _ Artech Architects
– Groningen Sports Block _ Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer
– House for Trees _ Vo Trong Nghia Architects
– Historical Archive of Geodesia Direction of  the Province of Buenos Aires _ SMF Arquitectos
– Luis Anhaia Studio _ Zemel+Arquitectos
– Raval de la Mar Hotel _ VVArquitectura

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Buildings for Kids as Educators
Buildings for Kids as Educators _ Paula Melâneo

Teaching is an ever-changing field, as the society is in constant development and mutation. Contemporary teaching methods tend to incorporate new communication and information technologies. These can include the internet, multimedia resources or new technological devices that demand new conditions from the classroom. Existing old buildings should adapt to the new activities, and the newly constructed ones, already planned for these new requirements, should be flexible to respond to the fast changes of technology’s uses we face in the modern days.
Also, life in the urban centers today is leading children and students to spend more time in school. This comes along with the need of providing new educational and non-educational spaces, and to rethink the role of the school, in the large scale, and of the classroom, in particular.

 


 

Urban How
After the Neighborhood’s Days
After the Neighborhood’s Days _ Aldo Vanini

Unlike the universe, which continues to expand, thinning and cooling, modern cities of the first world have long since slowed, if not stopped, their centrifugal process, having halted progressively the driving force of growth as of profound transformations of production dynamics.
As long as centrifugal expansion was in action, urban contexts lived through phases of resettlement of limited areas according to changing needs, the emergence of new functions, and the growth or fall of land value.
Nevertheless, the previous process of growth has left behind small discontinuities, anomalies in the urban entropy that, in rethinking the expansive model, now assume an important topological value; they no longer represent abandoned voids but rather genuine places, opportunities to create collective landmarks or individual statements of self. This is the starting point of a new relationship between the new intruder buildings and the consolidated urban fabric. If previously the main rule of urban construction was homologation and imitation, now, that collective effort and the original meaning of the neighborhood have been extinguished, a desire for individual distinction emerges, marking the anonymous matrix by an alien semantics, which thus makes it more significant.

Additional information

Weight2 kg
Issue

C3 no.372_1508

Page

200

Size

22.5cmX 30cm

Binding

pur & jacket

Language

English + Korean

ISSN

2092-5190