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"Although in Hapnea."
bangkok THAILAND

. . . It’ s about . . . to produce a shelter which produces a movie and the movie at the origin of a shelter / . . . as a Siamese twin interlaced production, between narration and topology, able to cross fabrication expertise and knowledge to create the condition of a passage, for a navigation between allusive realism and speculative fiction. . . .

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Karin HEDLUND & Pedram SEDDIGHZADEH, "SAMPLE / REVEAL." Photo: Ellen ORDELL.
gothenburg SWEDEN

Chalmers University of Technology

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Karin HEDLUND & Pedram SEDDIGHZADEH: Deep in the Swedish forests, on an abandoned mine tower, eight architectural interventions have been made. . . .

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Lukasz BLONSKI, "Front is Back." Model.
chicago ILLINOIS

University Of Illinois at Chicago
critic: Thomas KELLY.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Lukasz BLONSKI: The case study house project is completely designed in orthographic “front” view using a mix of one point perspective. The use of perspective creates false interior in the front of facade. It also generates negative spaces on an inside of the house, which are located on the opposite side of the facade.

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Eric GOLDEMBERG with MONAD Studio and FIU, "ABYECTO."
miami FLORIDA

“ABYECTO,” meaning heinous, hideous, or even abject, is the name of a piece that ironically has none of those attributes. . . .

exhibition: Eric GOLDEMBERG with MONAD Studio (Eric GOLDEMBERG & Veronica ZALCBERG) and Florida International University, “ABYECTO.”
Thursday, 08/28
7.00 p.m. (reception & performance) / Main Gallery
FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

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Rob LEY, "May/September: Eskenazi Hospital Parking Structure Facade."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

USC School of Architecture

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Rob LEY: This project began with an interest in challenging the typical notion of the parking structure as an uninteresting infrastructural typology by transforming the new Eskenazi Hospital parking structure into an interactive, synthetic terrain. . . .

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Constance VALE, "Cyclic Metamorphosis." Temporal interior elevation.
new haven CONNECTICUT

Yale School of Architecture
critics: Greg LYNN & Brennan BUCK.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Constance VALE: Dams built in the 20th century utilized grand neoclassical facades to monumentalize the ingenuity of man. This proposal for a dam shifts the emphasis from the wall to the dam’s moving parts and the spaces they envelope. Two key moving elements, the lock and gantry, are reinterpreted in their means of motion and form, as a set of rotating conic volumes. . . .

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Juan SALAZAR, "The Map Is Not The Territory." Floor plan.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

Cal Poly, Pomona
critic: Axel SCHMITZBERGER.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Juan SALAZAR: Polish-American scientist Alfred Korzybski’s dictum “The map is not the territory” is used to explain the fact that individual people do not have access to an absolute knowledge of reality . . .

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TALL DC: New Monumentalism, "Tiber." Nighttime context, rendering.
washington DC

The field of architecture is constantly challenged to meet the needs of an ever-evolving society. Architects are immersed in a technological revolution where digital tools, building materials, and design methodologies are rapidly expanding. As societal demands change and technology advances, we must also consider the effect of restricted urbanism on the field of architecture and the evolution of our social environments. . . .

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Ismael SOTO, "Nestled Crystals." Model.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

UCLA SUPRASTUDIO
critics: Greg LYNN & Julia KOERNER.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Ismael SOTO: This project implements a subtractive design process complemented by a resulting flying object at play in the monolithic mass of a hotel tower.

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Justin DILES, "Plastic Stereotomy."
austin TEXAS

COMPETITION RESULTS AND JURY DELIBERATION
A total of 70 entries to TEX-FAB’s 2014 international digital fabrication competition, “Plasticity,” were reviewed by the first round jury on July 8th, 2014.

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