Recent Submissions

Currently displaying submissions from countries. Entries are displayed more or less randomly, so the most interesting ones could appear anywhere in the list.

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By Tomáš (Slovakia) "Burning man represents freedom an artistic view of the world. The idea of urbanism of this kind of festival can’t be based on classical urban equipment such as street or areas. Urbanism of Burning man needs freedom. It needs as minimalistic definition of space as possible. We decided to define space of the festival through the columns. The columns represent the main orientational grid. They can be also used for construction of pavilions, and many other functions. The important thing is that urbanism is reduced to minimum. Less space for the system brings more space for human performance. More informations ..." (more)

       

By Nadica Pankovska, Joana Stojchevska (Macedonia) "Every individual in the world has different beliefs, rites, rituals, understandings and interpretations as well as a different way of ‘giving shape’ to the things in which it believes. Therefore, this solution improves and highlights the concept of freedom and the possibility of freedom of choice for the participants at this event. According to the analyses and research of different geometries and the possibilities they offer, we have found that the most appropriate geometrical form is the hexagon, which when divided or multiplied provides many possibilities for combining the units as well as their modular or fractal arranging. The shape ..." (more)