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Fabraft Design Lab, "Starry Wander." Photo © Fabraft Design Lab.
taichung TAIWAN

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Fabraft Design Lab: “Starry Wander” is an installation of digital design and production. The installation’s curves, height, and the distance between its lanterns are precisely predetermined by the computer. The Starry Wander installation symbolizes a land of hope(s). . . .

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Kokkugia / Roland SNOOKS, "Composite Swarm." Photo © Kokkugia / Roland SNOOKS.
melbourne AUSTRALIA

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Kokkugia / Roland SNOOKS: The Composite Swarm installation is an architectural prototype exploring the relationship of robotic fabrication, composite materials, and algorithmic design. The complexity of the form and the excess of ornament make the prototype structurally efficient and minimize the amount of material used. . . .

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Gilles RETSIN, "Guggenheim Helsinki." Exterior perspective, rendering.
london UNITED KINGDOM

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Gilles RETSIN: This proposal for the new Guggenheim museum in Helsinki uses digital methodologies to design a carbon-negative building which is largely made of recycled and low-grade timber. . . .

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Hannah PAVLOVICH, "Puzzling."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
advisor: Eric Owen MOSS

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Hannah PAVLOVICH: The title of my thesis is “Puzzling.” Puzzling as in making a puzzle, puzzling as in solving a puzzle, puzzling as in the act of thinking, and puzzling as in enigmatic. Through a process of obfuscation, I have created an organizational mechanism that organizes space unpredictably but not illegibly.

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Iris van HERPEN, Niccolo CASAS, & 3D Systems, "Magnetic Motion (Look 31)."
amsterdam THE NETHERLANDS

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Iris van HERPEN, Niccolo CASAS, & 3D Systems: Iris van Herpen, Niccolo Casas and 3D Systems collaborated for van Herpen’s S/S 2015 ready-to-wear collection, “Magnetic Motion,” introducing a stunning transparent dress covered in crystalline formations (Look 31) that have since been compared to ice sculptures.

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New Skins Summer 2014 Workshop.
london UNITED KINGDOM

Francis Bitonti Studio’s New Skins Workshop Series, led by Francis Bitonti, launched Summer 2013 in Brooklyn, New York. Exploring new computational design methods and techniques, New Skins Workshop continuously focuses on immersing students with the tools and software needed to design and fabricate complex geometry in computational fashion design.

workshop: Francis Bitonti Studio, “New Skins London 2015.”
Monday, 01/12–Friday 01/25
01.00–06.00 p.m. / Monday–Friday
Digits2Widgets Studio
61 – 63 Rochester Place
London
NW1 9JU

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Daniel CAVEN, "7004 house."
chicago ILLINOIS

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Daniel CAVEN: 7004 House, designed by Daniel Caven, is based on using natural materials as structural components—the 7004 House is an open air wine house (3 seasons pavilion). Literally taking root, the site is located in the Midwest, overlooking a private client’s vineyard.

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Daiki TSUTSUMI, "Semordnilap." Section.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
advisors: Jeffrey KIPNIS & Andrew ZAGO.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Daiki TSUTSUMI: Semordnilap proposes the potentiality of delaying the common perception of symmetry, and it recaptures the understanding of one of the oldest tools in architectural history. . . .

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SCI-Arc 2015-16 Design of Theory Fellowship.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

The Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) is now accepting applications for the 2015-16 Design of Theory Fellowship program. Long established as an institution dedicated to the innovative and original exploration of Architecture, SCI-Arc created its Design of Theory program to advance and advocate the necessity for theory and discourse within the contemporary architectural design spectrum. . . .

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Vlad TENU, "Corolla 2.7.A." Detail. Photo: EUSight Shanghai.
shanghai CHINA

PROCESS explores the evolving nature of the contemporary design methodologies and their various conceptual and material connotations. The exhibition brings together for the first time a range of architects and designers pushing the boundaries of their fields using the revolutionary possibilities offered by creative coding, digital simulations of natural phenomena or various other iterative techniques.

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