Articles on Students

Hello Wood Project Village. Photos Tamás Bujnovsky

Work hard and play hard in the Hello Wood Project Village

CSÓROMPUSZTA – In this year’s edition, the participants finalised a series of pavilions to create a viable village structure.

Impostor by les malcommodes. Photos Simon Parent

Impostor by Les Malcommodes catches the tourist gaze

QUEBEC CITY – The picturesque Quebec City welcomes a splash of colour on its waterfront with the new installation by Les Malcommodes.

Out Now: Mark #70
Out Now: Mark #70
The internal corridors – each floor a different colour – provide access to this in order to ensure privacy from the public building below

Moke Architecten double-up on glazing to create soundproofed bay windows

AMSTERDAM – Student accommodation with angled double windows becomes the latest contribution to urban development plans in the north of the city.

The rectangular building is essentially a 134-m-long prism oriented on an east–west axis and bent slightly at the west end. Photo Peter Cuypers

Student housing by Studioninedots breathes life into an inner-city island

AMSTERDAM – Studioninedots designs student housing to activate the transformation of a barren landscape into a thriving urban neighbourhood.

Modern, innovative, sustainable - a jewel in Los Angeles.

SCI-Arc students build a home with Habitat for Humanity LA

LOS ANGELES – In a fruitful collaboration, students from the architecture school SCI-Arc use their skills to help a local charity build innovative housing for a small price.

The structure stands for more than is visible to the eye.

Tom Emerson's ETH students build a floating Pavilion of Reflections for Manifesta 11

ZÜRICH – The ETH professor and architect whose students designed and built the impressive pavilion speaks to Mark about the philosophy behind his work.

Students from ISDA designed a small interactive infrastructure called the Urban SPA.

ISAD students revamp an abandoned fountain into a Mexican urban spa

CHIHUAHA – A small infrastructure in a city park is revitalised into an active space for the public to enjoy.

The jury recognised twelve design proposals submitted by students from six different countries.

International VELUX Award 2014

VIENNA – Students, teachers, and professionals gathered in Vienna Thursday evening to celebrate the International VELUX Award for architecture students.

Frame awards
Frame awards
The project marked many students’ first experience with digital and parametric design.

Reciprocal Frame by Nathan Melenbrink, Samo Pedersen and Shibu Raman

NINGBO – A studio at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo Campus, has designed and built a pavilion celebrating and displaying four years of academic work.

Situated outside a school, the viewing platform doubles as a playing space for children who wait to be picked up by their parents.

The Sweep by John Lin and Olivier Ottevaere

YUNNAN – Students and staff at the University of Hong Kong investigate the possibilities of timber construction in remote parts of China.

The one-week workshop ran as an intensive training opportunity.

Composite Chair Masterclass by AA[n+1] Architecture & Analysis

PARIS – AA[n+1] Architecture & Analysis brings together incisive, creative young minds, formally taking on what would best be described as curatorial roles.

Frsh is a pavilion designed and manufactured by students taking part in the Architectural Association’s Beijing Visiting School.

Frsh Pavilion

BEIJING – As part of the 9-day highly-experimental Architectural Association’s Beijing Visiting School, students of all backgrounds sharing an inspiring eagerness to actively shape …