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  • perpetual dexterity
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    alexa GETTING: This thesis proposes a disparate trajectory of architecture: a dissension from current design practice, a design practice that is no longer confined to or constrained by a building code and standardization which inevitably lends itself to apathetic and conditioned users. Rather, this thesis probes a trajectory of architecture that capitalizes on an urban and architectural reconsideration of conditioning, via a design intervention of perpetually transforming space. This spatial strategy affords the user a higher level of self-awareness through re-conditioning, or what this proposal terms “hyper-conditioning.”

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  • op-space
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    alexa GETTING & lauren TICHY: (Op)Space – The goal of the project was to design and build a flexible, transportable, and reconfigurable architecture to help re-activate the empty storefronts that rupture the urban fabric of downtown San Jose.  The design is a series of 10 hinged hexagons, that can be opened or closed to adapt to the needs of the users.  As each hexagonal piece opens: a seat becomes a table, which potentially becomes a wall – flexible space.  The winning concept was built this past summer by a team of CCA students led by Mona El-Khafif (Studio Instructor) and Kory Bieg (Fabricator/Designer).

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