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Simulating Natures.
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

This symposium, “Simulating Natures,” explores how recent forms of media influence our understanding and formation of landscapes.

symposium: “Simulating Natures.”
Thursday, 03/19 – Friday, 03/20 // Lower Gallery, Meyerson Hall
PennDesign
210 South 34th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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The Working-Group on Adaptive Systems, "The Nonhuman Autonomous Space Agency."
baltimore MARYLAND

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

The Working-Group on Adaptive Systems: In recent decades, space exploration has been the heroic imperative of humankind, but this was not always the case. . . .

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Dane STOKES & Greg WHITNEY, "X-Point City." Section.
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critics: Neil DENARI & John SCELSA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Dane STOKES & Greg WHITNEY: This project focuses on introducing a high-density, multi-use megastructure into the low density context of Los Angeles, California.

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Kordae HENRY, "The Hive." Model.
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

University of Pennsylvania, PennDesign
critic: John HONG.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Kordae HENRY: Ideas of camouflage, negotiation, and monumentality are terms used to create a new beacon for Seoul, South Korea’s Haebangchon district. . . .

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Yiwei LI, Yunchao TANG, & Anabelle Maria VIEGAS, "LOOP."
london UNITED KINGDOM

Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
critics: Ulrika KARLSSON & Maj PLEMENITAS.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Yiwei LI, Yunchao TANG, & Anabelle Maria VIEGAS: Can we 3-D print a city? . . . The research project LOOP experiments with clay to produce what the designers believe could be the “New Vernacular.”

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Daniela ATENCIO & Ana ZAPATA, "Coding Form."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critic: Satoru SUGIHARA.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Daniela ATENCIO & Ana ZAPATA: This project is an architectural exploration of processes in contemporary design and fabrication within the context of digital design.

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Virginia MELNYK, "Gradient Grid."
buffalo NEW YORK

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Virginia MELNYK: Gradient Grid is a site specific temporary installation built for the Toronto Design Off Site festival 2015.

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Nicholas AUGER & Jonathan GORDER, "X-Point City."
philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

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

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Nicholas AUGER & Jonathan GORDER: X-Point City quite literally slices through Los Angeles, a city defined both by movement and imagery.

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Photo: Dana Hoey, "Bikini Brawl" (1996).
new york NEW YORK

An exhibition of 50 works by artists and architects on a trip of self-reflection in the literal and metaphorical form of a blueprint. With works by a diverse group of voices from Adamo Faiden, Alix Lambent, Vik Muniz, Reiser+Umemoto to Vito Acconci, BLUEPRINT is an exhibition bound by aporias.

exhibition: BLUEPRINT.
Friday 01/23–Saturday 03/21
opening reception: Friday, 01/23
7.00pm / Storefront for Art and Architecture
97 Kenmare Street
New York, New York 10012

Photo: Dana Hoey, Bikini Brawl (1996).

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Benjamin ENNEMOSER, "MM: The Robot as an Architectural Element of Today."
innsbruck AUSTRIA

University of Innsbruck
advisor: Michael WIHART.
critics: Michael WIHART, Boštjan VUGA, & Stefano de MARTINO.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Benjamin ENNEMOSER: This project is about the speculation on applied robotics in architecture. The robots are fully integrated building parts which behave like animated characters and change the topology and gestalt of the architecture over time. These processes are linked to our digital environment and should live up to the habits in popular culture and society.

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