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M. Casey REHM, "Control."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

Control utilizes a conflation of techniques between interactive media and formal generation to produce a space which engages interface as a domestic and cultural condition. . . .

exhibition: M. Casey REHM, “Control.”
Friday, 07/01–07/31
7.00 p.m. (opening) / SCI-Arc Gallery
SCI-Arc Campus
960 East 3rd Street
Los Angeles, California 90013

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"Almost Familiar Forms."
san francisco CALIFORNIA

Almost Familiar Forms was a series of events convened by Clark Thenhaus (CCA) at CCA’s Architecture Division consisting of 50 participants in two concurrent weekend workshops led by Kristy Balliet (Knowlton School at the Ohio State University) and Andrew Holder (Harvard GSD). . . .

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Chris THACKREY & Simeon BRUGGER, "Jouissance Surplus."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
advisor: M. Casey REHM.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Chris THACKREY & Simeon BRUGGER: The durational nature of this work necessitates a spatio-hyletic mediation of instantiated matter that does not fixate on the quantification of substantial objects, but instead considers objects as entities in perpetual motion within the spatial outlining of the void. . . .

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Carolina GRANHOLM, Martin LÖFQVIST, Cecilia OLDENQVIST, & Lian YUPENG.
gothenburg SWEDEN

Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Architecture
critics: Daniel NORELL & Stefan SVEDBERG.

Two or several forms that partially but not fully coalesce into a larger whole characterize a compound form. Compound form is distinct from both recent approaches to digital design and historical approaches such as collage. . . .

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Jacob Weiss, "Rockwell meets Mies."
newark NEW JERSEY

This course, structured as a series of 6 related lessons, revisited traditional methods of architectural representation with the goal of recuperating value in our discipline’s core craft: drawing. Each lesson tasked students with combining, juxtaposing and editing source material borrowed from architecture’s past while remaining conscious of the constraints of historical drawing conventions.

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Greg LYNN FORM, "Center for Fulfillment, Knowledge, and Innovation."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

The Center for Fulfillment, Knowledge, and Innovation is a reimagination of the historic Detroit Packard Plant. The new complex combines a transport hub, industrial park, factory, and university, to transform the Packard Plant in response to accelerated innovation in robotic manufacturing, autonomous transportation, and online retail. The architecture of the new complex prioritizes flow, movement, and processing—an interconnected network of products, people, robots, and ideas. . . .
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AllBlackForm, "Digital Decay."
vienna AUSTRIA & tehran IRAN

AllBlackForm is organizing two international workshops of Advanced Architectural Design, using the latest digital technologies.

Advanced Architectural Design Workshops with AllBlackForm
Tehran WORKSHOP: 07/08–07/22 @ Contemporary Architects Association.
Vienna WORKSHOP: 07/25–08/04 @ IoA.

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Sierra HELVEY, "Specular Associations."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
advisor: Marcelyn GOW.

Describe your project.

Sierra HELVEY: Specular Associations is a center for visiting scientists located at the Kitt Peak Observatory. It exposes the reflective and active nature of the index though drawing comparison to the phenomenological characteristics of transparent material.

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Austin TSAI & Heidi WONG, "Lietmotif."
ann arbor MICHIGAN

University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
critics: Ellie ABRONS & Adam FURE.

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Austin TSAI & Heidi WONG: Leitmotif engages contemporary formal conversations concerning figure and character through the conceptual lens of the motif.

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Yasamin FATHI & Palak MANDHANA, "Complex Morphologies_Speculations in Camera."
los angeles CALIFORNIA

SCI-Arc
critic: M. Casey REHM

suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

Yasamin FATHI & Palak MANDHANA: The project explores the aesthetic in terms of mass and figure or the subservient scale to the interface scale of architecture. It explores architecture generated through mediated perception of the context. The spaces formed are challenging and lack legible boundaries.

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