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los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critics: Hernan DIAZ ALONSO & Ivan BERNAL.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Rachael McCALL: “The Disappearing Mass” works on the problem of edgeless form and undefined mass through distortion, ripples, wrinkles and striation overlapping in different directions. . . .

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Chen LUDAN,"Building from Within/Building from Without." Mara MARCU, critic. Axonometric.
cincinnati OHIO

University of Cincinnati, School of Architecture and Interior Design
critic: Mara MARCU.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Mara MARCU: “Building from Within/ Building from Without” offers, as resolution to the inside/ outside dichotomy, a third condi­tion: the state of being hidden.

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Karla LOPEZ, "Material Lines." Mark ERICSON, critic.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

Woodbury University, School of Architecture
critic: Mark ERICSON.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Mark ERICSON: The basis of Architectural drawing is points, lines, curves and surfaces. The position, relationship and orientation of these elements defines the form of a building or an object in the abstract. . . .

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Levi BRYANT.
college station TEXAS

This lecture is of critical importance given the fact that this is the first time Levi Bryant, one of today’s most important philosophers, will address the topic of Architecture.

lecture: Levi BRYANT, “Machine-Oriented Architecture: Oikos and Ecology.”
Monday, 03/09
5.45 p.m. / Geren Auditorium
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843

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Olga KARABINECH & Emily TYRER, "L.A. Noir."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critic: Neil DENARI.
assistant instructor: Jonathan SCELSA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Olga KARABINECH & Emily TYRER: This high-density development in Culver City has three programmatic neighborhood zones: cultural (museum, art school and student housing), live/work (office space, housing, retail) and entertainment (hotel, department store, luxury housing, and a market near the Expo Metro station).

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Mark Foster Gage Architects, "Helsinki Guggenheim (unsubmitted)." Rendering.
new york NEW YORK

We designed this. There is likely a ton of bullshit that we could tell you about regarding it’s process, or how its sustainable, or how it fits into its context symbolically, but none of it would really be true. We designed it because we liked it and thought it was great. We hope you like it too. — Mark Foster Gage Architects

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Joseph CHOMA, "Morphing: A Guide to Mathematical Transformations for Architects and Designers."
atlanta GEORGIA

Cylinders, spheres and cubes are a small handful of shapes that can be defined by a single word. However, most shapes cannot be found in a dictionary. They belong to an alternative plastic world defined by trigonometry: a mathematical world where all shapes can be described under one systematic language and where any shape can transform into another.

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Laura BAO, Ioanna GEORGITSOPOULOU, Jeff WAGNER, & Eddie WINN, "Spitting Images." Detail.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc, ESTm
critic: Peter TESTA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Laura BAO, Ioanna GEORGITSOPOULOU, Jeff WAGNER, & Eddie WINN: Spitting Images investigates the role of the “image” in representation, design, and fabrication.

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Clark THENHAUS / Endemic, "Three Part Projects."
muncie INDIANA

Three Part Projects is an exhibition of recent work by Clark Thenhaus / Endemic. Included in this exhibition are three architectural proposals developed through a triptych of form, drawing translations, and context.

exhibition: Clark THENHAUS / Endemic, “Three Part Projects.”
Monday, 02/16 – 02/27
Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning
2000 West University Avenue
Muncie, IN 47306

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Asli TUSAVUL, "Building the Picture." Axonometric drawing.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critic: Elena MANFERDINI.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Asli TUSAVUL: This project is working within a contemporary rereading of the politics of the envelope, producing new models of “faciality.”

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