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Youngseok DOO, Kazushi MIYAMOTO, & Theodora Maria MOUDATSOU, "Augmented Skin." Interior.
london UNITED KINGDOM

Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
GAD, Research Cluster 6
critics: Daniel WIDRIG, Stefan BASSING, & Soomeen HAHM.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Youngseok DOO, Kazushi MIYAMOTO, & Theodora Maria MOUDATSOU: This project explores the design by unique crafting technique by wrapping sticks in stretchy fabric and utilizing them to cast concrete.

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Joseph CHOMA (Design Topology Lab).
atlanta GEORGIA

Joseph Choma—founder of the Design Topology Lab, an interdisciplinary design research practice—delivers the lecture “Designing as Understanding,” Friday, 11/07 at Georgia Tech College of Architecture.

lecture: Joseph CHOMA (Design Topology Lab), “Designing an Understanding.”
Friday, 11/07
12.00–1.00 p.m. / West Architecture, Room 258
Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture
247 4th St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30332

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Daniel GILLEN (DGD/DGILLENdesign), "PLYGROUND."
brooklyn NEW YORK

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Daniel GILLEN: PLYGROUND is the latest design from DGD (DGILLENdesign) for TEX-FAB’s annual digital design and fabrication competition. The competition investigated “Plasticity” through an architectural proposal that utilizes parametric design and digital fabrication.

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Matter Design & Quarra Stone, "Round Room." Interior.
cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

Matter Design and Quarra Stone has announced the release of Round Room, an installation on exhibit at the MIT Keller Gallery.

What would the Incas create today with their advanced knowledge of precision stone carving and our contemporary technology? Round Room is a translation of the Inca wedge method into a digital process that manifests in the Baroque tradition of the interior model. . . .

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in conversation: Diana BALMORI & Barry BERGDOLL.
new york NEW YORK

Diana Balmori visits the Strand to chat about Drawing and Reinventing Landscape with the MoMA’s architecture curator, Barry Bergdoll. Diana’s book examines digital, analog, and hybrid methods of of representing landscape and places contemporary landscape architecture within its fascinating historical context. . . .

in conversation: Diana BALORI, “Drawing and Reinventing Landscape: A conversation with MoMa’s architecture curator Barry Bergdoll.”
Wednesday, 11/05
7.00–8.00 p.m. / Strand Bookstore, third-floor Rare Book Room
828 Broadway at 12th Street
New York, NY 10003

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Columbia GSAPP, Studio-X Mumbai, & NMIMS University, "Materialization of Information: Knowledge City."
mumbai INDIA

Columbia GSAPP, Studio-X Mumbai, & NMIMS University

The project is located in Mumbai, on the boardwalk promenade of Carter Road. The ribs were constructed in a double layer of router-cut overlapping ½”MDF. The repetitive rib system, expressing the fluid transformation of a visual frame responding to different perception depending on the position of the viewer, defines both the structure and its deformation. . . .

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LEAD (Kristof CROLLA & Julien KLISZ), "BREATHING." Undulating spine.
shanghai CHINA

“BREATHING” is a dynamic installation designed by the Laboratory for Explorative Architecture & Design Ltd. (LEAD) for Sushibar Ichininmae as part of the RIBA Shanghai Windows Project in Shanghai, Xintiandi. For the second time the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), China Xintiandi and the British Council selected ten architects to develop temporary installations in shops distributed around the Shanghai Xintiandi site.

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ACADIA 2014: Design Agency
los angeles CALIFORNIA

ACADIA (Association of Computer Aided Design in Architecture) is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the ACADIA 2014 Design Agency Conference to be held at the USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles the week of October 23-25, 2014. Co-chaired by Dr. David Jason Gerber, Alvin Huang, AIA  and Jose Sanchez, this highly anticipated event will bring an international audience of innovative design educators, researchers, and practitioners together for a week of design focused workshops, lectures, panels, presentations, and exhibitions that will push the boundaries of contemporary design technology and define new paradigms for design thinking.

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Daniel CAVEN & Salvador CORTEZ, "C2R."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc, Robot House

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Daniel CAVEN & Salvador CORTEZ: Developed by Salvador Cortez and Daniel Caven, C2R is a spacial 3-D printer prototype that continues the research 3D printing with no physical boundaries. . . .

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Dalia BUKHAMSIN, "World Trade Center."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

Woodbury University, School of Architecture
critics: Mark ERICSON & Curt GAMBETTA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Mark ERICSON & Curt GAMBETTA: The role of surface in the organization of architectural and urban space is increasingly mystified by images of continuity, openness and flexibility. . . .

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