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  • Zack SAUNDERS, "Architecture [or] Individuation." Complex body.
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    The Bartlett, UCL
    critics: Marjan COLLETTI & Hannes MEYER.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Zack SAUNDERS: The primordial desire to probe the depths of the human body’s interior has historically been driven by varied and sometimes contradictory aims, pursued through diverse methods, while in many ways contributing to the way we see not only ourselves but our relationship with the outer world—and in turn our relationship with architecture. . . .

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  • RISD with Catherine ANDREOZZI, Niccolo CASAS, Brian KANE, & Ludovico LOMBARDI, "Augmented Body."
    providence RHODE ISLAND

    Rhode Island School of Design
    critics: Niccolo CASAS & Ludovico LOMBARDI with Catherine ANDREOZZI & Brian KANE.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Niccolo CASAS: As the field of wearable technology expands and fashion as art becomes more relevant, students are challenged to explore the intersection of fashion, architecture, and technology while using the body as a vehicle.

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  • Embodied Evolution.
    savannah GEORGIA

    Embodied Evolution is a student design competition that investigates the fusion between fashion and human form.

    Late registration deadline: 04/17.

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  • Marcin KITALA, "Exosuits."
    wrocław POLAND

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Marcin KITALA: Suits intended for hard atmospheric conditions or extreme sports; for future soldiers, pilots or divers.

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  • New Skins Winter 2014: Brumal Bodies.
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    A 10-day workshop under the direction of Francis Bitonti, where students will learn the tools and theory of computational design processes as they relate to Fashion design.

    workshop: “New Skins Winter 2014: Brumal Bodies” with Francis BITONTI
    01/08-01/17/2014
    4.00–8.00 p.m. / Metropolitan Exchange
    33 Flatbush Avenue, 6th Floor
    Brooklyn, NY 11217

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  • Maria CANADA "INGABBIATO."
    providence RHODE ISLAND

    Rhode Island School of Design, summer program
    critics: Niccolo CASAS, Ludovico LOMBARDI, & Catherine ANDREOZZI.
    teaching assistant: Maria CANADA.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Niccolo CASAS, Ludovico LOMBARDI, & Catherine ANDREOZZI: Focused on the new emerging discipline generated by the intersection of design, fashion design, and architecture, the class brought together students from a myriad of design disciplines (Fashion, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Textiles) with interests in exploring the body as a virtual landscape for generative design.

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  • Scott CLAASSEN, Totally Useless Totems.
    ann arbor MICHIGAN

    University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
    critics: Ellie ABRONS & Ben SMITH

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Scott CLAASSEN: Totally Useless Totems develops a series of architectural totems and their configurations, free of prescribed function or meaning in order to create spaces defined by subjective relationships. These totems are objects that have figure, but shape the space around them primarily through experiential, tactile, or narrative relationships. In this way they embody both the graphic characteristics of images as well as the spatial potential of objects occupying territory.

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  • Seda ZIREK, The Dripping Table.
    paris FRANCE

    Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture
    critics: Ricardo de OSTOS & Christian DELECLUSE

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Tom BENARD: This project challenges the narrow condition that has always existed between the human and the architectural, following the human being in his or her fantasy of transcendence. Spiritual and mystical architectures have often taken hybrid shape between a spiritual and physical attempt to reach a higher state of wisdom and understanding. This project speculates on the opportunities offered to us in this new millennium, analyzing transhumanism as a contemporary expression of mysticism.

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  • Daniel WIDRIG, The Art + Science of Flex.
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Nike Stadium Milano played host to an exhibition that celebrates the essence of the body in motion with The Art + Science of Super Natural Motion. The exhibition opened in May, coinciding with this year’s Furniture Fair in Milan, Italy. Conceived as a traveling show, the exhibition is scheduled for stops in New York, Tokyo, London, Shanghai and Nike Headquarters in Portland.

    With the core principles of Fit and Flex as inspiration, Nike and cutting-edge digital artist Daniel Widrig have come together to create an interpretation of the body in motion, weaving the threads of nature, technology, design, art and sport to reflect the wonder of Nike Free and Nike Flyknit Innovations.

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  • Zaha HADID for United Nude, NOVA Shoe.
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Zaha Hadid and Rem D. Koolhaas of United Nude announce a new limited-edition haute couture shoe designed by Zaha Hadid, launched at the iconic store L’eclaireur, 40 rue de Sévigné, Paris, on July 2nd 2013.

    Zaha Hadid and United Nude’s Creative director Rem D. Koolhaas have been talking about shoes since they first met years ago. Hadid, an architect with a passion for shoes, and Rem D., the original shoe architect, agreed to collaborate on the design of a shoe with no preconceptions and ignore all the rules to create an entirely new form of shoe.

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