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Liquid Era in Russia

New spatial concepts for the city of the future

Liquid Era explores a set of fluid morphologies to derive an understanding of architecture in sync with the environment.

The project offers a discourse on possible forms of relationship between the built and the natural environment, offering strategies for perceiving architecture as a form of action in symbiotic relation with nature.

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Future of a City: Liquid Era
 
Next Generation prizes: The future is in their hands
 
“Pushing the envelope of the discipline of architecture beyond established convention”
 
Project Entry 2017 for Europe
Project Details
Location
Kazan’, Russia
Authors
Anna Andronova
Main Author
Anna Andronova
Kazan State University of Architecture & Engineering, Russia
Prizes
Awards
"Next Generation" 3rd prize 2017
Europe
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