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  • Launch of SITREP.at
    new york NEW YORK

    SITREP.at produces Situation Reports on Urbanity. SITREP.at is a New York City-based “Design Tank” dedicated to the study of Urbanity through architectural research and design. All our findings and proposals are published for public distribution as Situation Reports – SITREP. Besides launching our SITREP.at [New York] 2013 study program, this event marks the inauguration of our series of events including: .at Talks, .at Connects, and .at Jobs. [RSVP]

    event: Launch of SITREP.at with TERRA PROJECTS and +POOL
    Monday, 07/01
    6.30 p.m. / The General Society
    20 West 44th Street
    New York, NY 10036

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  • Log 28: Stocktaking
    new york NEW YORK

    What is the state of architecture today? Guest edited by architect Peter Eisenman and historian Anthony Vidler, Log 28: Stocktaking features interviews conducted by the editors to assess the current conditions of architectural practice, pedagogy, theory, and criticism. Includes Preston Scott Cohen, Greg Lynn, Patrik Schumacher, Lydia Kallipoliti, Alejandro Zaero Polo, and Jeff Kipnis.

  • Design Rhizome: A Design Collaboration Center In San Francisco
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    Academy of Art University

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Farooq KHAYYAT: Design Rhizome is located in the heart of San Francisco. Rhizome operates as the city’s fulcrum; leveraging the ideas of design leaders, students, creators, and change makers with the needs of educators, entrepreneurs, and local food merchants.

    Innovation is the result of combined ideas. Design Rhizome is a place where design professionals and novices alike join in spontaneous interaction and collaboration to give life to the ideas of tomorrow.

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  • Aiste DZIKARAITE, Fluctuating Shelters.
    vilnius LITHUANIA

    Department of Architecture, Vilnius Academy of Art, Lithuania
    critics: Daniel KÖHLER & Rasa NAVASAITYTE, Lab for Environmental Design Strategies (lab-eds)
    students: Petras VESTARTAS, Paulius DASCIORAS, Lukas REVINSKAS, Gediminas KIRDEIKIS, Aiste DZIKARAITE, Ieva MARCINONYTE, Donatas BRUCAS, Ruta BUROKAITE, Ieva MOCKEVICIUTE, Ruta STANKEVICIUTE, Mykolas GERLIAKAS, Lijana NORVAIŠAITE, Algis LIPKEVICIUS, & Lina BACIUSKAITE

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel KÖHLER & Rasa NAVASAITYTE: “From Landscape to Roofscape” is the title of an architecture workshop which took place at the Vilnius Academy of Art from February 4th–March 14th.

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  • Florencia PITA (FPmod), UMMA Table.
    ann arbor MICHGAN

    University of Michigan Museum of Art
    Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Organized by the University of Michigan Museum of Art, “Florencia Pita/FPmod” explores the provocations and intersections of digital technology, material experimentation, and ornament in the work of Argentina-born, Los Angeles-based architect and designer Florencia Pita. The exhibition and its related publication, part of the UMMA Books series, trace the evolution of Pita’s design ideology through installation pieces, urban design, tableware, furniture, and architecture, as well as small adornments.

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  • A New Sculpturalism
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California examines contemporary Southern California architecture from 1987 to the present, exploring its experimental nature, sculptural tendency, and exciting evolution. Contributions by leading architectural historians coupled with a stunning collection of images present recent works in terms of sculpturalism and urbanism, and consider the impact of the history and environment of Los Angeles, as well as the creative and working processes.

  • Hidden Orchestra
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    critics: SIr Peter COOK & Ricardo de OSTOS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Alice LABOUREL: The Ballet School project is an attempt to render subjective experience as objective reality. It recreates so-called actual / physical reality out of perceived reality—that is, to build the real from one’s experience. Architecture allows users to interact with, react to, and be stimulated by the spaces they inhabit. In addition, this architecture allows inhabitants to construct their own realities by filling in the gaps, like a child using his/her imagination.

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  • Jonas BRAOUDÉ, The Last Wilderness.
    paris FRANCE

    Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture
    critic : Ricardo de Ostos

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project:

    Jonas BRAOUDÉ: Today most of us are aware of human impacts on our planet. Despite the efforts of environmentalists one question still remains: Are we the last witnesses of the last wilderness?

    The project takes place in a global deforestation issues. It focused on the emergence of a significant threat to the mangrove coastal forests in Madagascar: the shrimp farming industry.

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  • Melissa ANDERSON, Water Contamination
    lawrence KANSAS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Melissa ANDERSON: This project attempts to make people become more empathetic by relating environmental issues to the human body by pairing portraits with unadulterated photographs of a local stream. By doing this, I encourage the viewer to question our relationship with nature.

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  • Fresh Punches.
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH announces the publication of Fresh Punches, catalogue for LOT & suckerPUNCH’s “Fresh Punches” exhibition. In addition to collecting the work featured in the exhibition, Fresh Punches includes essays, interviews, and ruminations from more than 50 educators on the state of architecture education in the US today.

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