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Oscar ABRAHAMSSON, "Urban Cosmetics."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critic: Elena MANFERDINI.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Oscar ABRAHAMSSON: Urban Cosmetics is a proposal for a new home for MASP (Museo de Arte Contemporaneo) in São Paulo.

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"Aesthetic Activism."
new haven CONNECTICUT

Architects, artists and leading philosophers including Graham Harman, Timothy Morton, Jacques Rancière and Elaine Scarry will discuss the role of aesthetics in architecture in the 21st century, at the Aesthetic Activism symposium at the Yale School of Architecture. . . .

symposium: “Aesthetic Activism.”
Friday, 10/13–Sunday, 10/15
Hastings Hall / Paul Rudolph Hall
Yale School of Architecture
180 York Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06511

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Joey GIAMPIETRO & Aidan KIM, "On Reminiscence."
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critic: Ferda KOLATAN.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Joey GIAMPIETRO & Aidan KIM: Reminiscence is defined as a story told about a past event remembered by the narrator, implying a flawed narration and compression of time. The object began with an engraving by the artist Juste-Aurele Meissonier from the Rococo period typified as a Rocaille, which is a decorative cultural piece from the 18th century that acted as a base piece for artists, architects, and craftsmen. . . .

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Love LILJEQVIST, "How can a process that has formed the site inform the architecture?"
stockholm SWEDEN

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), School of Architecture
critics: Ulrika KARLSSON & Einar RODHE.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Love LILJEQVIST: During the last Ice Age when the ice covered most of northern Europe, Sweden was completely under a kilometer of thick ice and snow which melted away and then water covered the land.

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Olivia LU-HILL, "A Man with a Plan." Plan.
ann arbor MICHIGAN

University of Michigan
critic: James Michael TATE.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Olivia LU-HILL: As a young and highly diverse country America struggles with identifying a universally accepted patriotic symbol. George Washington is one of the few presidents widely embraced as a symbol of leadership and pride for the US.

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Austin ANDERSON, Connor COVEY, Anhuar FARAH, & Namku KIM, "Precarious Color" Photo.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critics: Matthew AU & Andrew ZAGO.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Austin ANDERSON, Connor COVEY, Anhuar FARAH, & Namku KIM: The form of color or the color of form?

This study is part of a series of ongoing experiments using color in architecture.

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"Hatch: On the State of Quick Images."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

Hatch is a collection of conversations that took place at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design during the spring of 2015. The conversations were led by a group students and hosted one or two faculty members. The purpose of the conversations was to interrogate the current status of architectural discourse and the implications of the quick image within that status. Contributing faculty include Kutan Ayata, Josh Freese, Ferda Kolatan, Michael Loverich, Eduardo Rega, Andrew Saunders, and Tom Wiscombe with a foreword by Nate Hume.

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MacAulay BROWN, "Part Object."
houston TEXAS

Rice University School of Architecture
critic: Neyran TURAN.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

MacAulay BROWN: Soviet Filmmaker, Sergei Eisenstein, established the role of montage in film as a technique used to generate a concept or idea that exists outside of the presented images. . . .

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Jaime RIVERA, "Flat.obj"
ann arbor MICHIGAN

University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
critic: Adam FURE.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Jaime RIVERA: This thesis investigates the relationship between color and form through the reconfiguration of voids and the shifting of volumes, where the misregistration of one creates an alternate reading of the other. . . .

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Clark THENHAUS / Endemic, "Mind Your Mannerisms."
oakland CALIFORNIA

The San Francisco bay area has a corner problem. Many buildings, especially houses, in the bay area have tightly bloated protrusions bulging from their corners. . . .

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