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Jeisler SALUNGA, "House 1-2-3-4." Longitudinal section.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

UCLA
critic: Neil DENARI.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Jeisler SALUNGA: House 1-2-3-4 primarily focuses on sequencing program and framing them in elevation. The house utilizes the pitched roofs to give each house a clear formal identity and elicit a sense of domesticity and vernacular.

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Jennifer BONNER (MALL), "Best Sandwiches."
cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

Five Things to Note about Best Sandwiches . . .

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Ömer PEKIN, "Nonce Object." Installation photo.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
advisor: Elena MANFERDINI.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Ömer PEKIN: Nonce Object is an experiment towards the creation of a multitude of readings of an architectural work. A nonce word is a word coined for a singular occasion to solve a communication problem where a nonexistent word is needed. A nonce object is this thesis’ coined term for a new type of formal organization that is indeterminate to the category it fits.

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Botio KUO & Austin ANDERSON, "Massive Relief."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critic: Darin JOHNSTONE.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Botio KUO & Austin ANDERSON: Buildings become monolithic when the scale of its members become small enough or ubiquitous enough to be erased by the presence of the whole object.

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Zack MATTHEWS, "Electric Garden."
cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

Harvard GSD
critics: Cristina DIAZ MORENO & Efrén GARCÍA GRINDA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Zack MATTHEWS: As seen in great historical London typologies such as the Gentlemen’s Club, or Josef Paxton’s Great Stove of Chatsworth, the city and culture of London has been a main thoroughfare of new programs and typological imaginations based on highly specific cultural desires and current needs of public space.

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Alexander BAHR, "inSPIRE REVOLUTION." Interior rendering.
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

PennDesign
critic: Jonathan SCELSA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Alexander BAHR: This project set out to explore how graphic design principles can be used and exploited in architecture. In doing this, the project tries to validate the writings of Hans Hollein in “Everything is Architecture” that explain how architecture, as an extension of the human sphere, is a medium of communication which can transmit a specific expression.

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KWERB (Wayne ERB & Kaysey Ann THOMAS), "Mute Icon."
brooklyn NEW YORK

Pratt Institute GAUD
critic : David RUY.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

KWERB (Wayne ERB & Kaysey Ann THOMAS): The studio focused on the problem of the Monument. How does a place like Washington D.C. determine what it should look like? What should America look like? What types of principles are we seeking to project with our Aesthetic goals?

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Rome CAO, "Obstinate Sphere." Model.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critic: Marcelo SPINA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Rome CAO: This thesis interrogates the constantly evolving relationship between liminal figures in architecture to produce cohesion and a state of contradiction simultaneously.

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Pita & Bloom, "The New Zocalo." Model, detail.
los angeles CALIFORNIA

The New Zocalo is an urban platform. A Mexican Spanish word for public plaza, like that at the center of Mexico City, zócalo is here defined as an elevated plinth. Hovering above street level and aligned with the adjacent rail yard, the plinth’s colorful textured paving traverses a series of gardens while broad oblique walkways connect formal and informal destinations.

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Joey GIAMPIETRO, "The Pyramid of Tirana." Floor plan.
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critic: Jason PAYNE.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Joey GIAMPIETRO: This project explores concepts of bigness, blackness, and blankness and how those ideas pertain to contextual relationships.

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