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  • crystallization
    london ENGLAND

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    daniel WIDRIG: Crystallization is the first object in a series of digitally generated fashion sculptures resulting from an ongoing collaboration between London based designer Daniel Widrig and Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen. The project introduces 3D printing techniques into the realm of haute couture fashion design and tests the potential of complex, digitally generated structures in combination with computer aided manufacturing techniques for fashion design purposes in a broader sense.

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  • emperor's castle

    london ENGLAND

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    thomas HILLIER: The Emperor’s castle originates from a mythical and ancient tale hidden within a woodblock landscape scene created by Japanese Ukiyo-e printmaker, Ando Hiroshige. This tale charts the story of two star-crossed lovers, the weaving Princess and the Cowherd who have been separated by the Princess’s father, the Emperor.

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  • (C)ODE-(C)OLLECTIVE
    internet

    (C)ODE-(C)OLLECTIVE: GH + Digital Script + Code Collective is a collection forum for Grasshopper, Rhino, Parametric Modeling, and other digital design tools, which pose as an educational and developing archive site to formulate the critical utility of digital tools.

    code-collective

    info@code-collective.org

  • radial_fluidity
    philadelphia PENNSYLVANIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    valmikVYAS+hyungwooKIM: ‘Radial Fluidity’ is a new set of towers and site for Roppongi Hills, Tokyo. The site is transformed into a dynamic and winding flow of circulation with pockets of programmed space.
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  • kaohsiung
    kaohsiung TAIWAN

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    reiser+umemoto: We propose a dynamic 3-dimensional urbanism that takes advantage of the site’s unique lateral positioning with respect to the city grid. Existing public pedestrian flows along the proposed elevated boardwalk can be amplified, rather than interrupted by creating a continuous elevated public esplanade along the waterfront. Cruise and ferry functions, meanwhile, are located just below the public level and are kept distinct to maintain secure areas for departing/arriving passengers.

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  • gemini
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    daniel CARPER: The America’s Cup is the most prestigious regatta in the sport of sailing. With such prominence, this international competition draws throngs of hundred-member crews and fans wanting to partake in the spectacle of the race. Ergo, the America’s Cup Pavilion functions as an epicenter for varied activities. Its function, being temporal and specific, conforms to two separate agendas: that of a landmark building with expansive and outwardly-focused race observation decks, and that of an entertainment center with internally-focused post and pre-race programs.

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  • behavioural surfaces
    florence ITALY

    supervisor: Alessio Erioli

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    tommaso CASUCCI: The project is a proposal for the new library of the school of architecture, located at the limit of the old town of Florence. It is part of a renovation plan of a large area used until recent times as convent and later penitentiary.

    Pre-existing spaces are converted in archive, the new addition provide study areas, meeting spaces, auditorium, exhibition spaces in a continuous varying experience.

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  • sports
    hollywood CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    molly HUNKER+greg CORSO: Stay Down Champion, Stay Down is a commissioned temporary installation for the Woodbury University Hollywood (WUHO) gallery, located along the busy and iconic Hollywood Blvd Walk of Fame. Considering this location and context, the installation focuses on the presence and activity of the ground plane.

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  • cultural campus
    vienna AUSTRIA

    Team Members:
    Kadri Kerge
    Jelena Vukmirovic
    Melanie Kotz

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    kadri KERGE: Cultural Campus, located near Ismailia, 80km north-east of Cairo, is a self sustainable organism, dealing with extreme climate. The campus consists of a School of Performing Arts (Music, Dance), a School of Visual Arts, a Residence Complex to house students and staff, a Performance Center for Music and Dance and a Contemporary Art Exhibition Gallery. The project is seeking for a new way of creating a modern campus by rediscovering typologies of private and public spaces, and connections between them.

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  • lecture: toshiko MORI
    columbus OHIO

    toshiko MORI
    Wednesday 23 February
    5.30pm / GUI Auditorium at OSU
    Knowlton School of Architecture
    275 West Woodruff Ave
    Columbus OH 43210