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Miami A City Reborn Oct 2016

Miami A City Reborn

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

From Art Deco to Deconstructionism, Miami has long been a centre for architectural design. We look at its history and the architects planning its future.


Talking About My Regeneration Oct 2016

Talking About My Regeneration

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

Benedetta Tagliabue is one of the founding partners of EMBT, the architecture firm renowned for its urban regeneration work. She speaks to SIGNED about her projects and the exhibition at HKDI.


A Frank Talk Oct 2016

A Frank Talk

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

Founded just ten years ago, Gravity has evolved into one of Hong Kong's most interesting and influential design and architecture partnerships. And yet the company was born in the most difficult circumstances.


Learning Curve Oct 2016

Learning Curve

SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute

Thomas Coldefy and Isabel Van Haute designed the Hong Kong Design Institute. Two and a half years after it opened they reflect on what the building has taught them about sustainability in architecture.


Communicating Through Space: An Exploration Of Interdisciplinary Relationships Between Architecture And Theatre Through Practical Application, Erin E. Hunter May 2016

Communicating Through Space: An Exploration Of Interdisciplinary Relationships Between Architecture And Theatre Through Practical Application, Erin E. Hunter

Architecture Undergraduate Honors Theses

Space as an expression of ideas is a relevant topic both in theatrical design and architectural design. Both create worlds, places in time, and experiences. The theatre is a platform where architectural ideas can be explored on a real scale. Audiences can make associations based on representation on the stage and connotations from popular culture. Theatre is more temporary than architecture by nature, and therefore theatre can reference architectural ideas in temporary settings to tell a story. By analyzing the physical characteristics of a space and the societal and cultural conditions that created it, a theatre set can isolate moments ...


Anyone Can Architect, Christine Wright Apr 2016

Anyone Can Architect, Christine Wright

Honors Projects

Because people often assume that one has to know architecture in order to study it, this interactive text makes it more approachable. Anyone Can Architect is an interactive sketch book introducing the basics of architecture to anyone from middle- and high-school students who are starting to explore different fields of study to those already studying and practicing architecture who might want to have fun with some of the basic principles. Not only does this text provide useful definitions of terms alongside some well-known examples, but it takes readers a step further by asking them to complete some specific tasks that ...