Everybody wants to re-use space, instead of completely starting from scratch to redesign the urban fabrics in which shape our cities today. However there is practical way of looking at this issue, and then there is the totally radical way. Herwig Scherabon certainly went off the deep end in this out there approach to growing buildings from the inside out. The imaginative design approach and language from the drawings to his study models, captures his imaginative initiative and approach to architecture. The project dips into biomimicry, fantasy, and really pushes how we can redevelop and look at architecture as a built form. Check it out after the jump!
STUDENT: Herwig Scherabon
SCHOOL: University of Technology
PROFESSORS: Manfred Berthold
Bika Rebek project “Panama Supercharge”, out the University of Applied Arts Vienna, is an exploration into mass and fragility. The project was designed to rest alongside the Panama Canal, a massive canal that is the gateway between the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. The projects richness comes through the raw material and delicate structure that creates the envelope within this space. The structure itself branches itself between the industrial world and the jungle that surrounds the canal. Check it out after the Jump!
STUDENT: Bika Rebek
SCHOOL: University of Applied Arts Vienna