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  • Surface Translations / Pleated Perforated Bridge
    vienna AUSTRIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    claudio GRANATO, dino KIRATZIDIS, & cecilia SANNELLA: The Atlas of Sensations was a 4 week summer school at The University of Applied Arts in Vienna. The brief was to design a pedestrian bridge near the Urania building in Vienna. Our project looked at techniques of producing highly articulated, “pleated” surfaces. This was achieved by moving between the software platforms, which was one of the objectives of the course: we modeled in Maya, deformed the generic mesh (a tube, with apertures) with Processing; further edited the deformed geometry in Maya to adapt to the site; and produced gradients and perforations in Grasshopper to produce atmospheric effects inside the tube.

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  • the cross-referencing museum
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    Yale School of Architecture

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    dino KIRATZIDIS: Program: Museum for objects, a contemporary Wunderkammer
    The precedent for the project was the Wunderkammer (a precursor to the museum), in which objects across different categories were typically exhibited in the same space.  The “Cross-Referencing Museum”, by comparison, is a museum where objects are not literally in the same space, but rather perceptually ‘in the same space’, through the manipulation of views.
    View-lines are manifested in a series of cones. Overlapping regions of the cones are voided through Boolean operations, resulting in articulated interior surfaces.

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