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  • BURR & STRANIX, Disheveled Geometries. Rendered detail.
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    Yale School of Architecture
    critic: Mark GAGE

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Mary BURR & Katie STRANIX: This seminar focused on applying digital techniques and advanced form-making strategies to an analog or manual tradition of construction with the most historically valued and stable material—marble. The goal of the seminar was to rethink the possibilities of marble for a new generation of progressive use in architecture—in this case as an architectural panel.

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  • CASIS Headquarters
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    Yale School of Architecture
    critic: Mark GAGE

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Katie STRANIX: The project is a new headquarters for CASIS, the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, on the west side of First Avenue, between East 39th Street and East 40th Street in Manhattan. My project is about increasing public awareness of CASIS through the manipulation of materiality and movement and the juxtaposition of normative and spectacular forms.

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