Lichia is an urban designer turned self-taught illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. She is also the founder and Creative Director of Gotamago, a stationery and gifts brand. She is fascinated by nature, animals, cities, and people interacting with their environments. Lichia's work is a perfect balance of artistry and ingenuity. From nature to urban scenes, from objects to animals and people, her watercolours demonstrate a...
Europe: Travel Sketches by Jacqueline S. Wu | 2016 Architecture: A mix of old and new /// Where: Guardamar del Segura, Valencia, Sevilla, Cordoba, Barcelona, Paris, Venice, Florence, Sienna, Rome Check Jacqueline's work here newsletter Archilibs has a free fortnight reader. It comes out every other Sunday reviewing work through a featured word . . . plus a handful of top articles and visuals. Here's...
Paying City by Egor Orlov | 2013 “…Information bricolage, collected in seconds, forms the cities, opinions, and thoughts of citizens, becoming the language of new game space as a huge sandbox for games. The city doesn’t incubate the spaces and consciously pushes them into new games, new dialogues, new transformations, by means of the ubiquitous Internet. Such “translations” let collect...
  La Mia Casa" is a series of Collages that play with the idea of how domestic architecture was published in Germany during the late fifties.  "La Mia Casa" by Luisa Jung The dream of having a house of their own, the peaceful suburban-life clichés representing the middle-class idea of happiness and moreover, the house seen as the happiness-machine (machine à rendre heureux). Through the old-style-paper-and-glue-magazine-collage, I...
"Timescape" by Chiaki Yatsui + Zhong Qiyuing + Bernardo Dias /// The Bartlett A series of autonomous sculptures and structures stand along the river bank in Coimbra, Portugal. The sculptures try to connect the urban fabric and the local National Park, which has been forgotten by the local authority and planners. The project explores the picturesque and the potential of...
Green Lantern house The “Green lantern house” take advantage of the luminescent properties of some materials in order to generate a light accumulator to be used during the late hours of the day and reduce the energy consumption. This project develops this concept in an isolated housing placed in a hypothetical field but it is itself a possible system to be...

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