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  • Panagiota KOULALI, Autopoiesis.
    thessaloniki GREECE

    School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
    critics: Anastasios TELLIOS & Vasilis CHLOROKOSTAS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Panagiota KOULALI: This work introduces an autopoietic system and its structure. An autopoietic system is a closed topological space that continuously generates and specifies its own organization through its operation as a system of production of its own components, and does this in an endless turnover of components.

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  • B-ARMOUR
    thessaloniki GREECE

    School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
    critic: Tellios ANASTASIOS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Arsenios ZACHARIADIS: A butterfly-based armor. Studying the structure of a butterfly’s wing I create a system composed by three layers. An underground basis looking like a uniform, a crowd of transformed crater depending on the light intensity of the plane, and an upper layer with tiny spikes.

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  • Reef\
    thessaloniki GREECE

    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
    critics: Anastasios TELLIOS & Vasilis CHLOROKOSTAS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Stratis GEORGIOU: “Reef\” introduces the creation of an “artificial” ecosystem implemented to a “natural” one, speculating on the natural/artificial dipole rapture. Possibly situated in highly polluted sea areas, this “artificial” reef – a rather simple structure, consists of a horizontal grid and nets hanging from it, further claded with bio-synthetic corrodible material – aims to the ecosystem’s regeneration and retriggering, providing vital sources and proper conditions for the sea flora and fauna and at the same time functions as a filter, absorbing toxicants and pollutants.

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  • Lapis Callidus
    thessaloniki GREECE

    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th)
    critic: Anastasios TELLIOS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Georgios TSAKIRIDIS & Efthymia Dimitra KOTSANI: The project “Lapis Callidus” engages with the re-negotiation of spatial, architectural, functional and eventually, social structures that emerge from the blurring boundaries between contemporary definitions of the physical world in natural and artificial milieus. The project suggests the introduction of a highly sophisticated robotic system with swarm-like behaviour properties, in an inherently dystopic territory, such as the abandoned sulphur mines, located in a volcanic subterranean area called ‘Paliorema’ on the Greek island of Milos.

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