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  • Austen KERNODLE, Jeff LEMLEY, Aaron ROSAS, & Chris THACKERY, "BaRock." Interior rendering.
    college station TEXAS

    Texas A&M University
    Alien, Messy, Discrete.
    critics: Gilles RETSIN with Gabriel ESQUIVEL.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Austen KERNODLE, Jeff LEMLEY, Aaron ROSAS, & Chris THACKERY: The word baroque refers to a “rough or imperfect pearl.”Baroque as a condition of ancestrality, not simply as a term to describe a period of architecture. . . .

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  • Joanna KUCHYT, Ewa LENART, & Hsuan-Hung CHEN.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    critic: Andrew ZAGO

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Andrew ZAGO: Geometric reveries in architecture are quickly quelled by the brute bearing of matter. Where to put all of that stuff that gets in the way?

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  • Norell/Rodhe (Daniel NORELL & Einar RODHE), "Erratic." Photo: courtesy Norell/Rodhe.
    helsinki FINLAND

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Norell/Rodhe (Daniel NORELL & Einar RODHE): Erratic is a recent installation at ADD that playfully draws on the tension between precise design intent and materials that behave erratically.

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  • Veer
    stuttgart GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    SIFT / adam FURE: Veer is a multimedia installation that transforms space, sound, and light into variable dimensions of an experiential field. A base of polyester batting wraps a branching steel structure creating a soft, interior sleeve comprised of tunnel-like folds. Participants bend and push through saturated matter, pulling sound and light from sensors embedded in the material walls. In Veer, space provokes movement, movement provokes sound, and engaged participants instigate an emergent perceptual form.

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  • Folding Fabrics
    helsinki FINLAND

    The “Folding Fabrics” installation and furniture was created by Kivi and Tuuli Sotamaa of Sotamaa Design in collaboration with Marimekko’s in-house design team. Seasonal Marimekko fabrics were used to represent the contrasts of light during the Autumn season and the drama of nature. “Folding Fabrics” was a way of showing the full Marimekko pattern and respecting the tradition behind the original print. Each fold starts flat, and expands as a three dimensional functional object to become a table or stool in various sizes. It represents a new angle to seeing Marimekko’s patterns in another dimension.

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  • Paper Origami @ Wuhan Workshop
    hong kong CHINA

    Tutors: cho chung MAN, wang YANG, & ben DAI.
    Students: Hu Zulong, Yu Xiaotong, Du Xiaohui, Xu Hao, Dai Sen, Zhao Bing, Mu Li, Liu Yu, Zhai Bingbo, Liang Yuan, Li Xinyao, Zhang Bowei, Liang Xianliang, Wang Xiang, Wang Yingzi, Zheng Chunyang, Luo Kejun, Zhu Hui, Xie Xincong, Yang Sen, Liang Meijun, Liu Shenglan, Hu Yande.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.
    cho chung MAN, wang YANG, & ben DAI: Paper as parameter. Paper is a “flexible material”—the ease to fold, cut, twist, and mass fabricate give paper an “immateriality” and “digital” property next to the flexibility in computational forms.

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