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  • seoul SOUTH KOREA

    The terminal was generated by extending two single-point perspectival projections through a composition of cylindrical and conical volumes. The two points of projection are located relatively to the structure in such a way as to direct circulation through both the terminal and the surrounding landscape…
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  • cincinnati OHIO

    University of Cincinnati
    critics:Mara MARCU

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    Adam SCHUELER, Peter FOSTER, Anousha ALAMGIR and Connor TUTHILL: “Optical Illusions of Volume: Bubbles” critiques the ubiquitous obsession with optimization in computational design and fabrication.
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  • ann arbor MICHIGAN

    Univesity of Michigan
    critics: McLain CLUTTER

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    IAN KEMLER: This project re – presents these elements by eliding man, machine, and ornament through transparency.

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  • cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

    Harvard, Graduate School of Design
    critics: Preston SCOTT COHEN.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    Ben PENNELL: God knows how many millions of square feet are needlessly piled on top of Columbia’s existing Campus cloister. Jake Mckim, Chad Mead, and Lord White roll over in their respective graves as unadulterated Manhattanism steam-rollers in apple-sauced crissy crossies…
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  • frankfurt GERMANY

    Staedelschule Architecture Class (SAC)
    critics: Damjan JOVANOVIC and Johan BETTUM.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    Cievanard NATTABOWONPHAL: The Project is a Community Centre Building for The World of Kind Objects at the ‘Europa Garten’ in Frankfurt.

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  • dubai UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

    American University of Sharjah
    critics: Amin Alsaden.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    Mira ALMAZROOEI: This project is about spatial conditions in which humans are embraced by a delicate and malleable environment. Unlike humans – the structure is responsive, flexible and can adapt to external forces.

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  • Cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

    An evening with K. Michael Hays, Eliot Noyes Professor of Architectural Theory, and Andrew Holder, Assistant Professor of Architecture, in which they discuss their exhibition, Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech(Druker Design Gallery, January 22 – March 11, 2018).

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  • los ANGELES

    UCLA
    critics: Georgina HULJICH.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    Jeisler SALUNGA: This project pays close attention to the part and whole, and works to produce ambiguity at many levels.

     
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