Humour call for contributions!
A Shitty Architectural Autobiography, by Federico Ruiz.
defecation through the best evidence I have got: the
plans of some of the projects I designed during my bachelor years, as well as some memorable
I have encountered throughout my life. / Ángela Carvajal. Training ground. The first picture
Hello, Goodbye and Toilets, Oh My!, by Jack Oliver Petch & Elena Rossoni.
, a complete and detailed analysis of every
at BK City. / Jack Oliver Petch & Elena Rossoni. As most students and staff members should be aware, BK City was a rapid conversion project undertaken when the last faculty of
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that it creates, to the humble domain of the
and the design implications thereof. With the goal of creating a colourful printed edition in mind, we also explored ways to show this spectrum of colours in the edition and perhaps more importantly
Bnieuws edition 54/06. Published June 2021.
this concave corner of my building be a cool deviation from the larger urban structure or will drunks use it as a public
?" come to mind. We’re continuously making assumptions about how our designs will be inhabited or used, and whether you
Interview: Michael van der Tas, by Michael van der Tas, Aimee Baars, Robert van Overveld.
sure that people can keep their 1.5-meter distance, without too many adjustments, that’s the priority. Or the doors to the
rooms, you can’t leave them open, but you do need to know how many people are inside. And how do you manage granting
Safe at work, by Inez Margaux Spaargaren.
the threat of terrorist attacks, the public environment will now have new procedures to protect users from infection and disease. Disinfectants will be available in entrance halls,
and stores. In some cases, standard temperature checks and
Vanity, vanity, by Chun Kit "CK" Wong.
News! Humour call for contributions! ! Published in: Fame & Vanity. October 2019. 53/02. Vanity, vanity. Chun Kit "CK" Wong. Image by Chun Kit "CK" Wong. Vanity of vanities! All is vanity. What does man gain from all his
, The day stretches into
Soviet Dreams, by Jānis Bērziņš.
necessary amenities. However, the reality was far from the dream. Many years after the war millions of people were still living in fast-built wooden barracks without drainage, tap-water, and with
on the street, or in communal apartments in pre-war
Abandoned Buildings, by Inez Margaux Spaargaren.
here. Longing for a little water, I open the tap of the
. At first, nothing happens, but after a while, a thick black sludge comes out. What is this? Last year I stood here every hour filling my water bottle. During this activity, I often had
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