The MAA is a visionary master program with an innovative and open structure, mixing diverse disciplines, shaping professionals capable of producing theoretical & practical solutions towards responsive cities, architecture & technology.


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THF / PIXEL-HOF

Pixel-Hof reimagines Tempelhof, Berlin’s iconic 386-hectare airport, into a vibrant, sustainable urban oasis while addressing the housing crisis. Our innovative project weaves modular homes and dynamic activity spaces into a responsive pixelated grid, honoring the site’s historic spirit. Extending and morphing the existing plot grid to the site’s unique forms, we create conservation zones and … Read more

THF/PARK-LOOP

Tempelhofer Revamp: Confronting Berlin’s Housing Dilemma Tempelhofer Feld, once a bustling airfield, holds a significant place in Berlin’s rich and complex history. Originally opened in 1923, Tempelhof Airport was one of the world’s first commercial airports and played a critical role during the Berlin Airlift of 1948-1949, when Allied forces supplied West Berlin amidst the … Read more

THF // MICRO-CITY

The proposed vision for Tempelhof is articulated as a ‘city within a city’ arranged along the two airstrips of the former airport, extending perpendicularly to emphasise a dual directionality. Buildings are conceived as flexible micro-communities built on organic/biodegradable materials, with the possibility of growing or ‘de-growing’ through time.The design strategy aims to trigger a need … Read more

TempleBar

The selected elements from my catalog serve as the foundation for this exploration, culminating in a volumetric design that integrates various features. Key characteristics include a facade excavation for natural airflow, an exposed staircase spanning the building’s length, and a core ‘fish bone’ structure, reminiscent of the Pedregulho Housing Complex, enclosed by a curtain glass … Read more

Urban Grids

X-Urban Design CHAPTER-01// HOUSING THROUGH TIME CHAPTER 2 // HOUSING IN URBAN CHAPTER 3 // MIDJOURNEY EXPLORATION AND INTERPRETATION OF A CITY BLOCK

SUPRACOLLECTIVES

THE PINNACLE BUILDING FORM The Pinnacle@Duxton is a 50-storey residential development in Singapore ‘s city center, it defines super-density housing with 1,848 apartment units built on a plot of only 2.5 hectares (6 acres)The project addresses pragmatic, financial, social issues, and respond sensitively to a myriad of planning constraints. It boldly demonstrates a sustainable and … Read more