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Luciano Peirone UDRIOT, "Stockholm Roofscape Revisited." Northeast elevation of housing blocks.
stockholm SWEDEN

KTH, School of Architecture
critics: Marcelyn GOW, Sam JACOB, & Cino ZUCCHI.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Luciano Peirone UDRIOT: Stockholm Roofscape Revisited is a vision of a vertical densification and continuation of the 19th-century city, through additions that translate and negotiate the historicity of Stockholm’s cityscape with a contemporary approach, drawing on the existing while projecting forward. . . .

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David ESKENAZI, "Training Wheels."
columbus OHIO

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

David ESKENAZI: Often big things seem more serious than small things. Big things are heavier, more in the way, more noticeable, more aggravating. . . .

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Tong ZHAO and Yangluxi LI, "Folded."
syracuse NEW YORK

Flavored Atria and Architectural Convictions
critic: Jennifer BONNER.

Flavored Atria and Architectural Convictions was a four-day design workshop that brought together an interest in seriality, the atrium typology, and taste.

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Smita LUKOSE, "Rude Form/Weak Matter."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critic: Andrew ZAGO.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Smita LUKOSE: Set in Rome, the context for this project looms larger over architecture and urbanism than any other city.

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Rajika MAHESHWARI & Roza PATTAH, "Natatorium on the Hudson." Section.
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critic: Kutan AYATA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Rajika MAHESHWARI & Roza PATTAH: The Natatorium condenses the European coastal culture of cove hopping from town to town; the arched trajectories of this pilgrimage are inverted and brought indoor to a Natatorium, promoting exploration and meandering from pool to pool within the building.

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Yihan LI, "Architectural Timepiece." Exterior rendering.
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critic: Simon KIM.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Yihan LI: Since the emergence of time as a concept, the circle has been a graphic representation that registers and measures the passing of seconds, minutes, hours, and even decades. . . .

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Jacob HARTZELL & Gregory INGALLS, "Forum des Halles 2040."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critics: David RUY with Stefano PASSERI.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Jacob HARTZELL & Gregory INGALLS: A glitch within architecture can be achieved (and in our minds most successfully achieved) by copying. Doubling of an object estranges both the copy and its original. We used the process of copying as a strategy to create obscene results.

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exhibition: Houses & The Figures That Go in Them.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

Join Jai & Jai Gallery for the opening of The LADG’s “Houses & The Figures That Go in Them”—Friday, August 7th from 8.00-11.00 p.m.

exhibition: The LADG (Andrew HOLDER & Claus Benjamin FREYINGER), “Houses & The Figures That Go in Them.”
Friday, 08/07 (opening reception)
8.00–11:00 p.m. / Jai & Jai Gallery
648 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, 90012

SPAN, "Guggenheim Museum, Helsinki." Exterior rendering.
vienna AUSTRIA

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

SPAN (Matias del CAMPO & Sandra MANNINGER): The leitmotiv of the Guggenheim Museum, Helsinki is the 9-square grid. . . .

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Jae AHN & Dunbee CHOI, "The Museum of Useless Things."
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critics: Ferda KOLATAN with Hart MARLOW.

For the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, Rem Koolhaas raised some eyebrows when he declared that the Biennale entitled “Fundamentals” would be about “architecture, not architects. . . .”

students: Jae AHN, Dunbee CHOI, Irina DUKHNEVICH, Joseph GIAMPIETRO, Yuhang HE, Lyly HUYEN, Hyemi KANG, Aidan KIM, Tanuja MANOHAR, Karen MARTIN, Alex TAHINOS, & Andrea YOAS.

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