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  • nicola formichetti store
    new york NEW YORK

    Gage / Clemenceau Architects is seeking no more than FIVE exceptional architectural interns to help install our temporary fashion week installation for Lady Gaga fashion director, Nicola Formichetti– this week and next. We are particularly looking for those who are skilled with hand tools and are comfortable with full-scale assembly. We can only accept candidates who can dedicate either a full 3 days straight (this Saturday, Sunday and Monday (Labor day) OR a full 7 days straight, from Friday, September 2nd through Friday, September 9th to this project—again, including the full weekend and labor day. For more information CLICK HERE.

    To apply submit no more than 5 small jpegs of built, large-scale models, or other large projects that you have been significantly involved in fabricating or building. Also send a brief description of your educational status, a resume, and any other pertinent information to: info@gageclemenceau.com

  • the envirobubble: clean air pods redux
    barcelona SPAIN

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    envirobubble TEAM: The “Envirobubble” installation is the result of a summer workshop held at the Technical University of Crete, Greece in August 2010. The installation was exhibited at the Design Museum of Barcelona in Spain (Disseny Hub) between March and June 2011 within the framework of the exhibition “EcoRedux 02: Design Manuals for a Dying Planet.”

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  • uncaged
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    dave BANTZ + cat PHAM: Designed as a direct counter proposal to Renzo Piano’s New Whitney Museum “Box” this studio, run by Lise Anne Couture or Asymptote while visiting at SCIARC, encouraged students to explore the varied and diverse work of the America artists who may have their work displayed in the museum itself. Highlighting the struggle to reconcile to big box museum with more intricate, detailed, and formal architectural design approaches, the studio began with simple formal exercises meant to explore possible techniques for the dissolution and opening up of the traditional box museum with aperture, structural expression, and integration of color.

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  • co-opt sub-pop 
    chicago ILLINOIS

    University of Illinois at Chicago
    critic: sean LALLY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    john CLARK + jake GAY + taka SHINOMOTO: This is a project conceived during Sean Lally’s 3rd Year Graduate Research Studio at UIC. The Kaohsiung Maritime Pop Music Center competition brief asks for a project that satisfies a market projection for the music industry.  It solicits a huge volume of production and performance venues spanning all breadth of scales and all in the same place, all in support of the current generation of pop music. We think this is a doomed premise.

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  • amethyst
    kunst WIEN

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    hend ALMATROUK: How does one rethink an opera? There is no lack in ambition. But more often than not ambition becomes pretentious.The constant all consuming urge for innovation can be destructive and self serving. But there is no mistaking the impact of creative processes fuelled by these seemingly undesirable traits . To dissect the traditional opera, gnawing away at the foundations of the sacred opera house till that threshold is reached when the heirarchies are disintegrated, when the instrument becomes the artist, and artist the facilitator.

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  • hostel for traveling musicians
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    teoman AYAS: The hostel for traveling musicians is located in downtown New Haven on a highly restricted site. Requirement to allow passage through the narrow site generated the idea of exposing the building from underneath. The eroded void that confronts you when walking through the site runs through the center of the building inverting its organization as the main public space where the building connects to the street. Different sounds from the musicians seeps into this void, turning the building itself into and instrument that encourages interaction.

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  • ARTIC Mass-Painting
    joshua tree CALIFORNIA

    Three days left to support Ball Nogues experimental project adjacent to California’s Joshua Tree National Park. Yucca Crater will stand 24 feet tall, towering above the desert plane. Positioned along the slopes of its interior shell, rock-climbing holds will make their way into and out of 8 feet of water. Heated with solar power and pumped through a wind powered turbine, the cavernous pool awaits climbers and weary desert travelers.

    To find out more and support the experimental project visit – Yucca Crater

  • ARTIC Mass-Painting
    lund SWEDEN

    The Board of Education for the School of Architecture in Lund, Sweden, has together with guest Professor Sir Peter Cook, prepared a symposium – Celebrating Architecture.

    The aim of this symposium is to create a dynamic dialogue where architecture, design and education are the main focus. The theme this year is “What is the main focus in architecture today?”

    This year we are proud to present:
    Marie-Therese Harnoncourt (Vienna), next ENTERprice – architects
    Izaskun Chinchilla (Madrid), Isaskun Chinchilla architects
    Julia Koerner (London), SUBDIVISION architectural research practice
    Adam Vukmanov (London), SUBDIVISION architectural research practice

  • ARTIC Mass-Painting
    anaheim CALIFORNIA

    Emergent: This proposal is based on creating a complex visual oscillation between two and three dimensional realms. Somewhere between the disciplines of sculpture and painting, the piece registers as a mass but also as a graphic. Loopy, spotted patterns flow over manifold surfaces, simultaneously dissolving the mass and re-establishing it. Transparent zones allow people to view deep inside the object, their gaze pulled into involutions in interior surfaces. They can see the inside of the mass-painting.

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  • horto in urbs
    san francisco CALIFORNIA + knoxville TENNESSEE

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    matt HUTCHINSON + brandon PACE: When Chicago adopted the motto Urbs in Horto (city in a garden) in 1837, it was a very different place from the city that exists today. The “city” then existed within a pristine landscape of expansive prairie, lush forests, and a vast lake. Chicago’s rapid and expansive growth has since inverted this relationship – the city has overtaken and enveloped these natures. Horto in Urbs begins with this observation – that the “garden” no longer surrounds the city, but exists as a network taking on multiple forms throughout it.

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