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  • Fractal Projections. Photo by Michael YATES.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Eugene KOSGORON & Evelina SAUSINA: Fractal Projections is a play on the idea of the cube broken in space to create an interlocking grid system that follows a linear deformation, allowing them to break from the norm grid behavior into a family of fractal surfaces. Audience is meant to circulate the space to discover the projections that is composed from a series of smaller cubes that houses these fractal surfaces. Fractal Projections pays homage to architecture and how SCI-Arc Alumni have transformed the school over the 40 years.

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  • Analogy
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Niccolò CASAS: Analogy is part of series of design experimentations conducted as MPhil/PhD candidate at The Bartlett under the supervision of Dr. Marjan Colletti and Dr. Marcos Cruz, it concerns the use of fractal geometry as medium to codify and to simulate Decadence.

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  • Tinc nostalgia de futur
    valencia SPAIN

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    miguel ARRAIZ GARCÍA (bipolaire arquitectos): Tinc nostalgia de futur (I have nostalgia for the future)

    The project consisted in representing the chaos, a desolate landscape of emerging termite towers. The use of fractal mathematics helped us build the towers in a manner at once systematic and organic. The interpretation of the intervention could take place in two different senses.

    The project represents the future that we are doomed if we continue the current social model, or is this the present time on which the termites are able to create order out of chaos.

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  • 3D fractals
    edinburgh SCOTLAND

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    tom BEDDARD: It is an exploration into the relatively new field of 3D fractals. I write my own software to render a new set of mathematical algorithms that generate 3D structures with unlimited detail. I find it fascinating to investigate the resulting wide range of structures ranging from the natural and organic to geometric and artificial, especially as appear from purely mathematical space.

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