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  • PoYao SHIH, "The Platform of Entangling." Model.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    critic: Dwayne OYLER.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    PoYao SHIH: Through an intense reading of urban context, this project starts with a series of lines that trace urban systems, further considering ways of transforming these vectors through manipulations in wrapping, twisting, and entangling.

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  • Vladislav Hall, Prague, Czech Republic, 1493-1500. Drawing by: Laura Castillo & Maxi Spina
    burbank CALIFORNIA

    “Rhythmic Space” showcases a curated series of Woodbury students’ analytical drawings of case study buildings composed of complex vaulted-ceilings. The series of buildings portrayed here go as far back as the thirteen century, from locations as far apart as Kashan on the Persian Gulf to Stargard Szczecinski on the Baltic, and employ a wide range of spatial structures and tessellation, encompassing cellular vaulting, fan-vaulting, curved ribbing, and muqarnas, while producing figural motifs ranging from “diamonds” to “petals.” While disparate in their geographical and historical origins, Architecturally they offer the most advanced examples of spatial composition by means of geometrical and formal experimentation.

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