Posts Tagged ‘concept’
In the Name of the Mere Unknown
Mankind… the noblest creature… the talker animal… the thoughtful brain
Who analyses everything around him, analyses, theorizes. He hypothesizes. He proves a theory. He understands everything, he thinks he understands everything. He thinks he is a mankind because he thinks.
A Cube, a Rectangular Cube
Look at him afar… What do you see?! A pendant cube in the air, being pendant between the earth and the sky, being pendant between physics and ultra. His tendency to flight is eternal, permanent. Though, terrestrial attractions attract him such that the flight of the soul has been legend for him.
He can culminate more than angels but what a profit from the attractions which have crucified his heavenly wings and pull him from every side.
With an external layer, a white cortex. A face, a small face which has decorated itself with various notions, diverse thoughts.
Since the response for this initiative has been tremendous, here we are with a new design concept developed by Hossain Abassi.
Architect: Hossein Abbasi
Location : Pasdaran, Tehran, Iran
sheet Design : Vahid Rafie nia
Site Area: 14000 m2
Project Area: 6150 m2
The training center was designed in Iran and Tehran, website is located on the Pasdaran street, with temperate climates. Height difference of 14 meters from north and about 12% of the slopes from north to south. Niavaran Park is located in the north part of this series.
Spaces on the first floor plan include: office space, Amphitheater, Library and Documentation Center and lockers these spaces are located based on physical relationships
This is a concept developed by a young architect called Vahid Rafie nia, and the reason it appears on archtopia.com, is that we want to start a series of posts, where you, our readers can evaluate, comment and discuss the work of our fellow architects, as well as giving suggestions for improvement.
So here are some insights on the project. You will find more on every image.
Architects: Vahid Rafie nia
Location: Pasdaran, Tehran, Iran
Materials: Concrete, Glass, steel
Site Area: 12800 m2
Project Area: 5400 m2
Vahid even made a video of the building. You can check it on Archtopia’s facebook page.
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Art has a great role in showing what happens in human beings’ life. Soul, intelligence and the emotions are the reflections of the community, and Art forms the social identities of communities. It also shows us the difference between the various social identities. Global influences effect the types of knowledge acquisitions or the social values in the art, and the artists determine the standards of modern life.
Thus, art centers have many roles beside their fundamental functions that should be participant, shared with society and create a modern level in connection between the citizens and the artists’ works. This concept is the key criteria for the Izmir Opera House Project. The project should be reflecting the history, the culture and the modern life in Izmir, furthermore it should be an identity for the city of Izmir.
Vincent Callebaut, a organic architecture adept, recently unveiled a blue-sky plan for a high-flying fleet of self-sufficient aircraft that are one part zeppelin cities and one part hydrogen-generating floating farms.
The algae-producing airborne cities can be 100% emission-free and are capable of generating hydrogen gas without consuming land needed for crops or forests, no how about utopia, huh?
Yeah, you probably think this is only a pretty neat concept, that will never get built, but times are changing friend, and what you consider impossible today, may be accomplished tomorrow easily. So never say never to new ideas, aight?
According to the architects, “the output obtained by a farm with micro-seaweed would be superior to those made currently with farming means to produce biodiesel or bioethanol. This could be estimated at 1000 litres of hydrogen for 330 grams of chlorophyll per day whereas for example colza produces roughly only 1000 litres of oil per hectare . . . a hectare of seaweed could thus produce organically 120 times more biofuels than a hectare of colza, soya or sunflower.”