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  • Thomas PUKLJAK, "Concert Hall: Architecture of Symmetry."
    innsbruck AUSTRIA

    University of Innsbruck, Institute of Urban Design
    advisors: Peter TRUMMER & Jose Carlos LOPEZ CERVANTES.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Thomas PUKLJAK: My work is an attempt to confirm if there is still a place for symmetry in contemporary architecture. . . .

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  • CELETON
    vienna AUSTRIA

    CELETON, Excessive Music Hall
    Postgraduate Master Thesis, Die Angewandte/University of Applied Arts Vienna

    Studio Excessive, Hernan Diaz Alonso

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    alex SMAGA: Music goes under your skin . . . How to translate the sensation of music into architecture? How to explain the pleasure we experience while listening to Mozart, Beethoven or Jimi Hendrix? How architectural mutation processes correspond to music making? How architecture can stimulate the development of new styles in music?

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  • Walking
    thessaloniki GREECE

    sP: Describe your project.

    michael POLYMENIDIS: The result of a studio with a rather deconstructivism/non standard approach, without a certain final goal known from the beginning but mainly relying on the constant evolution, (per)mutation, addition and subtraction of ideas and concepts. The synthesis / disintegration process begins with the analysis/reading of the structure of the catamaran and the structure of the peaks of mount Olympus. Key words and concepts (relations and conditions) resulting from successive readings of the content and the context of the first two exercises, are applied during the third exercise in which they appear rearranged, or even deliberately “paraphrased” reconstructing an object characterized by its variable geometry, the variable relationships between its components and the interaction with each specific context.

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  • On Air / Music Hall Vienna
    istanbul TURKEY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    yeliz OZSOY: The main ambition of the project is to restructure the design principles and to rearrange the hierarchies of the traditional opera house and experiment different approaches of people behaviours towards music and performance.

    The approach for the concert hall is to achieve various user experiences and different perspectives of the performance mainly in horizontal and vertical gatherings and to provide the audience with individual spatial experiences based on the spatial potentials of the cellular systems including botanical gardens as biological habitats.

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