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  • la riviera. bistro bakery.
    bryan TEXAS

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    gabriel ESQUIVEL: The premise was to renovate the entry space of the restaurant; the scope included a new bar space, wall ornament and a ceiling installation. Due to an extremely tight budget, the team developed innovative processes to reduce costs while achieving the desired atmosphere.

    photo by marcel ERMINY

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  • evelyn grace academy
    london UK

    zaha HADID architects: Zaha Hadid Architects’ first completed project in England, the Evelyn Grace Academy in Brixton, south London for ARK Schools presents itself as an open, transparent and welcoming addition to the community’s local urban regeneration process. ARK Schools was founded in 2004 to work with the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) and local authorities to create new schools offering exceptional opportunities to local children in inner cities through their academies programme, with the aim of helping to close the achievement gap between children from disadvantaged and more affluent backgrounds.

    photo by luke HAYES

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  • embrace
    san antonio TEXAS

    Course Tutors:
    Armando Araiza, Kevin Patrick McClellan

    Students:
    Alejandro Arizpe, Stephanie Balbin, Javier Fano, Emily Guerrero, Erica Herrera, Kevin Linton, Raul Montalvo, Danny Murray, Ricardo Reyes, Sarah Staten, Gustavo Tirado ,Jennifer Villarreal, John Zerda

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    kevin patrick MCCLELLAN + armando ARAIZA: Embrace is a 1/2 scale prototype portion of a larger design concept. Within the Performative Connections studio, the students explored connections as a generative tool.

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  • log 20
    new york NEW YORK

    The new issue of Log explores the idea of curating architecture. Cynthia Davidson draws on Zaha Hadid, Jeffrey Kipnis writes a letter, Henry Urbach seeks the atmosphere, Hans Ulrich Olbrist alphabetizes concepts, Kurt Forster argues for architecture, and Sylvia Lavin redefines architectural work.

  •  material intelligence
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    studio mode: Material Intelligence was a one-week intensive design and prototyping workshop held in New York City during the week of August 16-20.

    Material Intelligence was conceived through a collaboration between Studio Mode/modeLab and Tietz-Baccon. More details and images can be found at the following links:

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  • milano stadt krone 2030
    santa monica CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project:

    mario CIPRESSO : The project is one of twelve proposals located on the periphery of the historic city center offering conceptual solutions for the densification of Milano. Each proposal injects 25,000 inhabitants into the existing fabric of Milano for a total population increase of 300,000.

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  • st. pauli
    hamburg GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    daniel BARTHMANN: Since a few years my photographic work consists of the attempt devising an appropriation of defined places and spaces. This could be inside a building or outside. One series deals with the inner context of an apartment, an other with the course along an urban road or landscape. So the inital point for me is the self-imposed constraint upon a defined space that i choose to explore and turn into. It’s about an exploration of architectural settings and arranged things (intended or not) as corresponding components in a constant changing spatial context.

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  • melting space
    london ENGLAND

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    zoeYEE CHAN: Melting Space is a design-manifesto for the iconicity of EXPERIENCE over the object.

    The project brings a moving, fluid world of glass pools into the urban fabric of Manhattan: in contrast and opposition to the self-similar experience of static, orthogonal, and rationally sub-divided space in the gridded city.

    Floating, raining, moving and steaming above an existing tower block in midtown New York, the glass pools bring waterfalls, clouds, movement and drama to the city, creating an escape from the static monoliths below.

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  • essential horror films
    top 13

    With halloween around the corner we picked 13 of our favorite thrillers, creepouts, and splatter comedies. Full of amazing effects, monster designs, exaggerated atmospheres, and experimental cinematography these are ripe for chills as well as design inspiration.

    [CLICK HERE FOR LIST]

    add your favorites to the FORUM

  • braindead
    1992

    Peter JACKSON’S splatter classic features over the top cartoonish gore and effects. Full of slapstick the movie takes a comedic look at the zombie flick.

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