Monthly Archives: May 2015

Workshop On Water Facade Library

The facades for the proposed units are picked according the available materials nearby which ideally would be seen in the Harvest map “Glasgow Commons”

Workshop On Water Facade Library

The facades for the proposed units are picked according the available materials nearby which ideally would be seen in the Harvest map “Glasgow Commons”

Workshop On Water [WOW] construction

BRDGING THE GAPS: [WOW] WORKSHOP ON WATER Pg Dip Advanced Architecture Thesis Laura Petruskeviciute Paulina Naruseviciute WOW (Workshop On Water) is an instrument to reactivate vacant and derelict land, the school which plants a seed for temporary architecture culture in

Workshop On Water [WOW] construction

BRDGING THE GAPS: [WOW] WORKSHOP ON WATER Pg Dip Advanced Architecture Thesis Laura Petruskeviciute Paulina Naruseviciute WOW (Workshop On Water) is an instrument to reactivate vacant and derelict land, the school which plants a seed for temporary architecture culture in

WORKSHOP ON WATER: REMEDIATING VACANT LANDSCAPES

Here you can have a look a the other publication which talks about methods of regeneration of vacant land . The previous “Atlas of Vacancy” introduces the problem of  incredible amount of derelict and vacant land scattered around Glasgow. This

WORKSHOP ON WATER: REMEDIATING VACANT LANDSCAPES

Here you can have a look a the other publication which talks about methods of regeneration of vacant land . The previous “Atlas of Vacancy” introduces the problem of  incredible amount of derelict and vacant land scattered around Glasgow. This

Glasgow Atlas of Vacancy

Our thesis year comes to the end. During this year we have been working hard on two publications which talk about Glasgow vacant and derelict land and exploring its potential. Have a look to the first part: “VACANT SITES ARE

Glasgow Atlas of Vacancy

Our thesis year comes to the end. During this year we have been working hard on two publications which talk about Glasgow vacant and derelict land and exploring its potential. Have a look to the first part: “VACANT SITES ARE