D I F F U S I O N

Sheikh Ahsan Ullah Mojumder
Associate Professor, BUET

Reesham Shahab Tirtho
Architect | Illustrator | Cartoonist | Graphic Designer
Architect at Studio Terracotta
Former Lecturer at State University of Bangladesh

WINNER

Mantaka Junnurain Adrito
from Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh

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“”Do you want to get lost in the chaos of a city? Yes, the city has something to say. Basically, this is an illustration where I tried to explain the concept “Diffusion through chaos”. A structure is getting merged with the whole city. I showed it as an extrovert character. It can share it’s emotion of joy, the loneliness which is reflected through bright and faded colors.”

SECOND PLACE

Masha Popovich
from MP, Russian Federation

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“In the “digital world” or in the age of the new “digital nature”, every member of society is tied to a common network of networks. Wireless connectivity envelops the world and technology can be placed anywhere in space by connecting them to the network. In a high-density environment, communication, the exchange of resources and information are faster and more dynamic. The possibility of realizing the connectedness of “everything” among themselves goes far beyond the capabilities of an individual and, only by understanding and using modern technologies, an individual gets the opportunity not to lose the thread with what is happening, to be connected to the network, to be part of a digital nature.
Physical changes are taking place that dematerializes established ties, breaking old ties and forming new ones takes place at high speed. Today you are in the game of space and time, in a new digital nature. WELCOME.”

THIRD PLACE

Irem Mollaahmetoglu
From :
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
 
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“Until the late 19th century we have been accustomed to see old historical sites nearly gone into nature. A kind of illusion between nature and human will. We are astonished viewing this endless illusion along the centuries. But now we see another disappointing horrible story of the extinction of both humans and the built heritage. Lives and cities are disappearing unnaturally. That demolished places of ego will not be carried out or have new polished nonhuman places or will not be restored.
These places will be living with natural additions with natural and intellectual needs and will dissolve into nature by time together with the left broken walls-openings-arches… Nature will give life and passion and leave tracks behind and will let all the atmosphere gain some life and character. These ruins have the potential to rebuild a new natural life throughout their transformation, a new era of re-enlightenment.”

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