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  • Madeline GANNON (MADLAB.CC), "Reverberating Across the Divide." Photo: Jakob MARSICO.
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Carnegie Mellon University, Computational Design

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Madeline GANNON (MADLAB.CC): Reverberating Across the Divide reconnects digital and physical contexts through a custom chronomorphologic modeling environment.

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  • ELICITING ENVIRONMENTS | ACTUATING RESPONSE.
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    A mini-symposium and exhibition focused on emerging design trends that embed adaptive behavior into architectural matter.

    mini-symposium & exhibition: “ELICITING ENVIRONMENTS | ACTUATING RESPONSE.”
    Friday, 02/07–02/10
    Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture
    201 College of Fine Arts
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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  • Liss WERNER
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Liss C. Werner is a registered architect in Berlin and visiting professor at CMU School of Architecture. Her research focuses on architecture as science of cybernetics and culture through the evolution of technology in order to develop computational design thinking for the paradigm shift of architecture in C21. Her exploration of rule-based architectural systems informed by cybernetics, self-organization, and a critical reflection offers one possibility to depart from a purely aesthetic understanding of a priori form towards a vocabulary and theory for an architecture of architecture.

    Liss WERNER, “Re-entry: The Architecture of Architecture and their Eigenform”
    Monday, 03/18
    6.00 pm / Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
    4400 Forbes Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA

  • Michel ROJKIND
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Michel Rojkind is founding partner of Rojkind Arquitectos, a Mexico City based innovative firm whose work spans across a diverse and global platform, providing solutions to contemporary architectural and urban strategies.

    Michel ROJKIND, “Overstimulation”
    Monday, 02/25
    6.00 pm / Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
    4400 Forbes Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA

  • Sanford KWINTER
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Sanford Kwinter is Co-Director of the Master in Design Studies Program and Professor of Architectural Theory and Criticism at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He has written widely on philosophical issues of design, architecture and urbanism, science and technology, and was an editorial member of the ANY conferences and publications in the 1990s as well as of the journal Assemblage. He most recently curated a Harvard University-wide exhibition of art, design and the public domain entitled “The Divine Comedy.” He is currently at work on a book on paleo-ecology and the origins of form.

    Sanford KWINTER
    Saturday, 02/09
    2.00 pm / Kresge Theater
    Carnegie Museum
    4400 Forbes Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA

  • [En]coding Architecture

    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    The architect is no longer an organizer of matter and space, but a designer of systems with multi-layered components and increasingly complex relationships. [En]Coding Architecture 2013 invites rising superstars, experienced researchers and designers to present experimental work derived through computational thinking and digital making. [En]Coding Architecture 2013 positions the field as an alloy of programming, digital tooling, art and science.

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    [En]Coding Architecture 2013
    02/07–02/09 / Carnegie Mellon University
    4400 Forbes Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA

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  • matias del CAMPO
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Matias del Campo heads the Vienna-based Architecture firm SPAN, founded in 2003. Their award winning architecture designs are informed by an ecology of sources including romanticism, geometry, biology, and botany. Their works include the Design of the Austrian Pavilion for the Shanghai Expo 2010 and the award winning Brancusi Museum in Paris. Currently their work is on show at the 13th Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy.

    matias del CAMPO “Sublime Bodies”
    Monday, 11/19
    4.00 pm / Giant Eagle Auditorium, Baker Hall A-51
    Carnegie Mellon University
    4400 Forbes Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

  • will BRUDER
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Will Bruder leads Will Bruder Architects, a firm based in Phoenix, Arizona. The firm will extend the hands-on approach of Bruder’s career as an architect and educator dedicated to creating uniquely contemporary architectural environments in celebration of people and place. The firm’s work includes residential, repurposing, civic/cultural/educational buildings as well as mixed-use urban in-fill, master-planning, and interiors, with a focus on making cities more livable.

    will BRUDER
    Monday, 11/12
    6.00 pm / Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
    4400 Forbes Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

  • simon KIM & mark YIM
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Immersive Kinematics is a unique research group focusing on integrating robotics, interaction, and embedded intelligence in our buildings, cities, and cultures. Directed by Simon Kim and Mark Yim, IK is a collaboration between the University of Pennsylvania schools of Engineering and Design, teaming architecture and engineering students in mechatronic projects. Recent collaborations include Technology in Shakespeare, Unethical Machines, a PS1 pavilion, and a Cyborg Ballet.

    simon KIM & mark YIM, “Engineering Architects”
    Monday, 11/05
    6.00 pm / Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
    4400 Forbes Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

  • Frick Environmental Center
    pittsburgh PENNSYLVANIA

    Carnegie Mellon University
    critic: jennifer GALLAGHER

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    alex FISCHER: The Frick Park Environmental Center began with the idea that environmental centers should be a fun and engaging place for kids and should stand out as a sustainable building. This is a place for children to come learn about their local park and some broader sustainable living ideas. The architecture is meant to provide an exciting learning environment while reinforcing good sustainable practices.

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