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BAI, CHEN, SARAFIAN, WHITHAM, YU, & ZENG, "Inverted Geode." Model.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

UCLA SUPRASTUDIO
critics: Julia KOERNER & Guvenc OZEL.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Xueqi BAI, CHEN Danfeng, Joseph SARAFIAN, Matt WHITHAM, Hun-Tao YU, & Xianshuang ZENG: Exploring the relationship between the component, the object, and the aggregation, this series of transformations begins with a cuboctahedron and subdivides it internally and externally. The interior geometry is severed into four pieces that can be assembled in various configurations while the exterior is transformed with a series of recursive subdivisions.

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Samer AFIFI, "Midnight at the Oasis." Site plan.
chicago ILLINOIS

University of Illinois at Chicago
critic: Sarah DUNN.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Samer AFIFI: What if it was possible to create a megastructure but have the freedom to mold it to match the needs and requirements of its inhabitants and site? A megastructure is an idea of a different type of city and life, but so far megastructures lacked the malleability to accommodate the large scope of difference in spaces, programs, inhabitants, and still maintain the freedom of its form. . . .

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"Speculations on the Real: Graham Harman & the OOO Challenge to Contemporary Architecture."
new york NEW YORK

Syracuse University School of Architecture and PennDesign host “Speculations on the Real: Graham Harman & the OOO Challenge to Contemporary Architecture”—Friday and Saturday 09/26–09/27 at Syracuse University, Fisher Center in NYC.

symposium: “Speculations on the Real: Graham Harman & the OOO Challenge to Contemporary Architecture” with Graham HARMAN and Winka DUBBELDAM, Ferda KOLATAN, First Office (Andrew ATWOOD & Anna NEIMARK), Mark GAGE, David RUY, & Tom WISCOMBE.
Friday, 09/26 (opening & reception) / 7.00 p.m.
Saturday, 09/27 (symposium) / 10.00 a.m.–4.00 p.m.
Fisher Center / Syracuse University
136 Madison Avenue
New York, NY10016

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Texas A&M Univeristy, "Poro-Eco-Logics: The Raw and the Synthetic." From Language to Decimation.
college station TEXAS

Texas A&M University
critics: Bruno JURICIC (distinguished invited professor), Gabriel ESQUIVEL, & Stephen CAFFEY.

In their virtual and material forms, the objects generated by participants in Bruno Juricic’s and Gabriel Esquivel’s Poro-Eco-Logics Design Studio perform multiple functions of insurgency.

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Michael YOUNG.
college station TEXAS

Michael Young, co-founder of New York-based Young & Ayata will give a lecture at Preston Geren Auditorium on Sep. 29 as a part of Texas Fall 2014 Architecture Lecture Series.

lecture: Michael YOUNG, “Parafictional Doubt.”
Monday, 09/29
5.45 p.m. / Geren Auditorium
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843

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The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, "B-Pro Show 2014."
london UNITED KINGDOM

Join The Bartlett School of Architecture for a celebration of the work of students from the school’s post-professional Masters programmes, B-Pro: MArch GAD (Graduate Architectural Design) and MArch UD (Urban Design).

exhibition: “B-Pro Show 2014.”
Tuesday, 09/23
7.00–10.00 p.m. (opening & reception) / The Royal Ear Hospital
21 Capper Street
London WC1E 2QG

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Zach GRZYBOWSKI, Maria NIKOLOVSKI, & Danica SELEM, "Objectified Field." Bird's-eye rendering.
brooklyn NEW YORK

Pratt Institute
critic: Kutan AYATA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Zach GRZYBOWSKI, Maria NIKOLOVSKI, & Danica SELEM: The challenge of the 60 acre site in Napa Valley was to find a way to create an architecture that is drawn from the landscape but still keeps its autonomy. . . .

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W. Gavin ROBB, "Roots Run Deep (A Tomb for Manfredo Tafuri)." Void.
cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

Harvard GSD
advisor: Mack SCOGIN.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

W. Gavin ROBB: Let’s talk about tombs for a minute.

Death, memory, marker, transcendence. Architecture usually deals with these through symbol, or scale. . . .

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Zack SAUNDERS, "Architecture [or] Individuation." Complex body.
london UNITED KINGDOM

The Bartlett, UCL
critics: Marjan COLLETTI & Hannes MEYER.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Zack SAUNDERS: The primordial desire to probe the depths of the human body’s interior has historically been driven by varied and sometimes contradictory aims, pursued through diverse methods, while in many ways contributing to the way we see not only ourselves but our relationship with the outer world—and in turn our relationship with architecture. . . .

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Daniel CAVEN, "Anamorphic Carcases." Bird's-eye rendering.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc (ESTm)
critics: M. Casey REHM & Marcelo SPINA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Daniel CAVEN: Anamorphic Carcases is a generation of architectural artifacts using, as a medium, the polluted aquifers lining the Mojave desert. . . .

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