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  • Daniel CAVEN, "Bamiyan Cultural Centre."
    chicago ILLINOIS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel CAVEN: The Bamiyan Cultural Centre takes on the initiative to push towards economical advancements in technology and culture for Afghanistan. The centre strives to envision the country’s progress towards the 21st century using its progressive architecture and responding to the growing needs of Afghanistan.

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  • Daniel CAVEN, "7004 house."
    chicago ILLINOIS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel CAVEN: 7004 House, designed by Daniel Caven, is based on using natural materials as structural components—the 7004 House is an open air wine house (3 seasons pavilion). Literally taking root, the site is located in the Midwest, overlooking a private client’s vineyard.

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  • C2R

    Daniel CAVEN & Salvador CORTEZ, "C2R."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc, Robot House

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel CAVEN & Salvador CORTEZ: Developed by Salvador Cortez and Daniel Caven, C2R is a spacial 3-D printer prototype that continues the research 3D printing with no physical boundaries. . . .

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  • Daniel CAVEN, "Anamorphic Carcases." Bird's-eye rendering.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc (ESTm)
    critics: M. Casey REHM & Marcelo SPINA.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel CAVEN: Anamorphic Carcases is a generation of architectural artifacts using, as a medium, the polluted aquifers lining the Mojave desert. . . .

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  • Daniel CAVEN, "Multifarious Formations." Elevation.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc (ESTm)
    critic: Marcelyn GOW.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel CAVEN: Multifarious Formations is is a set of ongoing experiments in fabrication and modeling done by Daniel Caven, at the Southern California Institute of Architecture Robotics Lab. . . .

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  • BRANCHESI, CAVEN, KIM, & LOPEZ, "Ill.Mannered."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc, Robot Lab
    critic: Peter TESTA.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Kyle BRANCHESI, Daniel CAVEN, Daehyun KIM, & Uriel LOPEZ: The era of “digital design” is over. This is not a declaration against computation, but a question and understanding of ongoing transformations in architectural theory and material culture.

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  • Daniel CAVEN, Center for Aerial and Circus Arts.
    chicago ILLINOIS

    Illinois Institute of Technology

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel CAVEN: Center for Aerial and Circus Arts (CACA) is located on the Northern portion of Goose Island. Situated in a busy upcoming business area of the Near North Side of Chicago, the center takes on a new symbolism of architecture, orchestrating a new typology for performers and the public-realm. The exterior form and programmatic layouts coincide with each other with rationell towards fluidity and movement. This new type of language in architecture is developed and decomposed through formal and spacial studies of the performers.

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  • Relief Tower
    chicago ILLINOIS

    Illinois Institute of Technology
    critics: Ross WIMER & Gordon GILL

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Daniel CAVEN: Past ideas of towers acting as modern monumental statues in this modern world have become obsolete. Now towers must incorporate adaptive qualities for climate change and environmental conditions to withstand tests of sustainability as well as create a generative life. The Relief Tower is capable of generating active energy outputs as well sustainable mechanical devices that will achieve economic gains for major cities, such as Chicago.

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  • Tumamac Habitat Center
    chicago ILLINOIS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    daniel CAVEN: The Tumamac Habitat Center is situated near the foot of the Tumamac Hill, within Tucson Arizona. The site is between the city and the Tumamac Hill, creating a disconnection between city and natural environment. The center is designed around the idea of adaption to its surroundings and its inhabitants. Just as plants and animals in the desert have to adapt to changing environments through water retention and swelling, the Tumamac Habitat Center adapts and evolves to its daily usage.

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  • Devoid Tower
    chicago ILLINOIS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    daniel CAVEN: The Devoid Tower, design by Daniel Caven at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, explores the passive systems that can be incorporated into high-rise design. The design is influenced by a set of design rules, and tested using parametric and environmental analysis.

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