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  • sequence
    miami FLORIDA

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Honorable Mention – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    volha PARSHYNA + arseni VARABYEU: The main idea was to repeat the film sequence. Cinematograph is an art of action, we where trying to bring movement and rhythm to our proposal. The main elevation is allegorical movie screen frame with interactive display; from far you see the motion picture. The sides are treated as a cut frames, each section is a episode of the history, is a window to the past. Landscape is an important feature in our proposal, green roof in not only collects rain water and works as an engineering component, but also inseparable part of the building character. It’s transforming into outdoor amphitheatre which is shaped as a film.

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  • cinema machine
    lithuania VILNIUS

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Honorable Mention – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    donatas GRINIUS + donatas PABRĖŽA: If you want a cozy cinema – stay at home. Some cinemas strive to match that cozy experience of a home. Cinema should be engaging. The size of space takes your breath, the sound blows your head and the overall effect leaves you shaking for weeks. A cinema should not be a digital clock. That is boring. A cinema should be beautiful, exciting, loud and flamboy-ant. It should be cool.

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  • garrido
    SINGAPORE

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    joana GARRIDO: A combination of daily and not-so-daily objects. I love to get some small or big details from references I see and turn them into something else.

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  • contemporary baroque
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    gregory GUNDERSEN: A striking feature of Beaux-Arts sections is the light pink poché, a figural void separating one rendered space from another. Implicit in this drawing convention is the belief that a section should convey the effects of each architectural space, rather than building tectonics.

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  • literally twisted
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    sofia BORGES/fallon JAMES/jei jeeyea KIM: Literally Twisted Library applies a single continuous surface logic interspersed with moments of articulated disruption, creating varied experiences for the user based on programmatic function.

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  • shifting hybrids
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    reynolds DIAZ jr / chris DORSEY: Chelsea has an interestingly diverse mixture of programmatic activity. In this diversity, a constant flux between private and public interfaces resolves in a fragmented spatial matrix. Program increasingly divides as you move away from the Hudson River. As a result, this filtration of program continues throughout the site.

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  • c:strip
    delft NETHERLANDS

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    patrick BEDARF/dimitrie STEFANESCU: C:Strip is best described by an attempt to translate the environmental qualities of the proposed site into a meaningful architectural geometry that can accommodate and maximize the performance of an adaptive and fluctuating programme which focuses on producing and distributing information through the use of informal societal behavior.

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  • elk grove
    elk grove CALIFORNIA

    Following the international competition held in 2006, Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) were chosen to create initial conceptual proposals for the Civic Centre of the City of Elk Grove, California, a fast-growing suburb of Sacramento. The main objective of the Elk Grove Civic Centre Design Study was to explore a wealth of possible ideas for programmatic distribution; incorporating the city’s requirement for initial ‘visioning’ proposals that identify all the project components while keeping the opportunities for flexibility. The two hubs of the proposal, ‘urban’ (north) and ‘sports’ (south), are to be connected with a development housing all the civic elements of the programme – allowing the flexibility for all the commercial elements to be developed separately. This strategy also allows for a more economic sharing of services, maintenance and running costs of the civic programme.

  • grau
    jena GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    robert SEIDEL: … _grau is a personal reflection on memories coming up during a car accident, where past events emerge, fuse, erode and finally vanish ethereally
    … various real sources where distorted, filtered and fitted into a sculptural structure to create not a plain abstract, but a very private snapshot of a whole life within its last seconds …

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  • winter issue
    rome ITALY

    CityVision Mag, with an attractive graphics and easy language, is looking at modern forms of communication and investigates the architecture in a new way, through stories of young talents and presenting authors and studies of the international scene.

    here a preview of the main index:
    10 NULLUS LOCUS SINE GENIO 12 /////#####[[[[[]]]]]>>>>>
    14 CARNOVSKY 16 ECOLOGIC STUDIO 18 SOFTLAB
    22 INTERIOR TV 28 ARCHICOUTURE 36 NABITO
    46 MY NAME IS PIO 54 MARCO VANUCCI
    60 CRAZILY CALCULATED – BJARKE INGELS
    70 VENICE CITYVISION COMPETITION 75 AO#2 80 TRANSSOLAR
    90 THE SYMBIOTIC DISHARMONY 100 RE-INTERPRETING THE BAROQUE
    108 SPSK+ 116 STANLEY DONWOOD 124 MATHERY
    128 KOKKUGIA 129 CROCKHAUS