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BODIES WITHOUT ORGANS

BODIES WITHOUT ORGANS

Urban Food Solutions Through Biotechnology: VAT MEAT Critic: Jill Stoner In the manner of a single seed that sprouts an abundance of nourishment, a solitary cell’s natural course of action is to divide and multiply when placed in the proper environment. In the pursuit of greater solutions to meet the increasing environmental concerns, moral awareness, […]

Smart Geometry: Building the Invisible

Smart Geometry: Building the Invisible

Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture: Copenhagen, Denmark Leaders: Mette Ramsgard Thomsen and Ayelet Karmon with Signe Emdal Building The Invisible Vast streams of data offer a rich resource for designers. User data, energy calculations, embedded sensing, material and structural simulation allows design to be situated and responsive. Design sits not separate from […]

Congestive Armatures: Housing

Congestive Armatures: Housing

Critics: Raveevarn Choksombatchai and Danelle Guthrie with Madeline Hartzell and Brennan Stevenson Initial site observations explored the surrounding density of activity and its respective conduits. Areas of congestion as well as under-exploitation were delineated in order to reveal the transient urban condition of the constant flux of simple actions. These visual yet dynamic events encompass […]

Embarcadero Kayak Workshop

Embarcadero Kayak Workshop

Critics: MARK ANDERSON, RICHARD FERNAU, RONALD RAEL, KYLE STEINFELD with ILEANA ACEVEDO and JOHN FAICHNEY Before WWII, the bay-front along Embarcadero was a focal point of San Francisco and presented itself as one of the most active pedestrian nodes in the world, being only third to London’s Charing Cross Station and NYC’s Grand Central Terminal. […]

Fire Engine Annex / Public Facility

Fire Engine Annex / Public Facility

Critics: MARK ANDERSON, RICHARD FERNAU, RONALD RAEL, KYLE STEINFELD with ILEANA ACEVEDO and JOHN FAICHNEY In his 1923 book, Towards a New Architecture, Le Corbusier declared that a house is “a machine for living”. Architects have long employed machines to design and build architecture, and there has long been a central fascination with the machine […]

BODIES WITHOUT ORGANS
BODIES WITHOUT ORGANS

Urban Food Solutions Through Biotechnology: VAT MEAT Critic: Jill Stoner In the manner of a single seed that sprouts an abundance of nourishment, a solitary cell’s natural course of action is to divide and multiply when placed in the proper environment. In the pursuit of greater solutions to meet the increasing environmental concerns, moral awareness, […]

Smart Geometry: Building the Invisible
Smart Geometry: Building the Invisible

Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture: Copenhagen, Denmark Leaders: Mette Ramsgard Thomsen and Ayelet Karmon with Signe Emdal Building The Invisible Vast streams of data offer a rich resource for designers. User data, energy calculations, embedded sensing, material and structural simulation allows design to be situated and responsive. Design sits not separate from […]

Congestive Armatures: Housing
Congestive Armatures: Housing

Critics: Raveevarn Choksombatchai and Danelle Guthrie with Madeline Hartzell and Brennan Stevenson Initial site observations explored the surrounding density of activity and its respective conduits. Areas of congestion as well as under-exploitation were delineated in order to reveal the transient urban condition of the constant flux of simple actions. These visual yet dynamic events encompass […]

Embarcadero Kayak Workshop
Embarcadero Kayak Workshop

Critics: MARK ANDERSON, RICHARD FERNAU, RONALD RAEL, KYLE STEINFELD with ILEANA ACEVEDO and JOHN FAICHNEY Before WWII, the bay-front along Embarcadero was a focal point of San Francisco and presented itself as one of the most active pedestrian nodes in the world, being only third to London’s Charing Cross Station and NYC’s Grand Central Terminal. […]

Fire Engine Annex / Public Facility
Fire Engine Annex / Public Facility

Critics: MARK ANDERSON, RICHARD FERNAU, RONALD RAEL, KYLE STEINFELD with ILEANA ACEVEDO and JOHN FAICHNEY In his 1923 book, Towards a New Architecture, Le Corbusier declared that a house is “a machine for living”. Architects have long employed machines to design and build architecture, and there has long been a central fascination with the machine […]

Terrain Generating Casting Machine
Terrain Generating Casting Machine

Critics: MARK ANDERSON, RICHARD FERNAU, RONALD RAEL, KYLE STEINFELD Fundamental to the study of architecture is the need to develop an ever-expanding understanding of space. Space in architecture is a difficult and elusive concept to precisely define, to significantly experience, and most of all to work with and create. No matter how much experience one […]

Biodynamic Structures
Biodynamic Structures

Critics: Michael Weinstock, Dr. George Jeronimidis, Jason Kelly Johnson, Andrew Kudless, Nataly Gattegno, Andrew Payne Team: Billy Griffitts, Charles Irby, Jeffrey Kock, David Larsen, Mike Weller Biodynamics is the study of the force and energy of dynamic processes on living organisms. Through simple mechanisms embedded within the material logic of natural systems, specific stimuli can […]

City – Psychogeographic Microcosms
City – Psychogeographic Microcosms

Critic: Babak Bryan The mid-twentieth century in Paris saw a movement identified as the Situationist International. Part of their efforts were to map these psychological effects and question the rational order of conventional cartography. Their movement challenged existing boundary conditions and sought to create new bridges through existing spaces. Critical to this thought was to […]

Building – Shifting Perspectives
Building – Shifting Perspectives

Critics: Danielle Smoller, William Feuerman, Dahlia Roberts The Zoning Law is not only a legal document; it is also a design project. In a climate of commercial exhilaration where the maximum legally allowable is immediately translated into reality, the “limiting” three-dimensional parameters of the law suggest a whole new idea of Metropolis. If Manhattan was […]

Room – Daily Cycles
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Critic: Patrick O’Connor The bird knocked the egg over; The egg knocked the nest over; The cage knocked the cloth over; The cloth knocked the table over; The table knocked the room over; The room knocked the staircase over; The staircase knocked the house over; The house knocked the street over; The street knocked the […]

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