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  • elevated cinema
    iran

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    First Place – $1200

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project

    madjid MONTAZERI + ali AFSARMANESH:
    Metaphor:
    One who enters, makes a picture of himself on a movie, and these two images are merged to the background of Manhattan.

    Concept:
    3 frames are located toward the river facing Manhattan respectively, the first frame is of a great screen reflecting the faces of people entering the site with hologram live projectors, as Andy Warhol once said: “in the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.”
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  • elevated cinema
    st. louis MISSOURI

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Second Place – $800

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    dennis BURKE / nick KUNKLE / eduardo PONCE: This project challenges the typical sequence of experiences associated with cinemas today. Instead of a linear experience, one with a dis-tinct beginning and end, our building creates a loop. A loop that rises and falls like the climax of a movie. In this way the building responds to cinema in a unique way. The building replicates the excitement and build-up of emotion like a movie. We have created a place to experience cinema that is as exciting to go to as it is to stay.

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  • LOOP
    los angeles/miami

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Third Place – $300

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project:

    marcela CHAN + kevin KWOK: Two interconnected imperatives combine to drive the design for LOOP- to embracing technology in generating visual impact, creating a choreographed ambiance; and to inextricably combine this with a crafted, stimulating physical experience.
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  • oculure
    bristol RHODE ISLAND

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Honorable Mention – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    ryan CARPER : The visual elements of cinema give motion pictures a universal power of communication. Using the same strategy as the films themselves, this cinema center employs an ocular extravaganza that beckons or ‘lures’ all urbanites to the site. Oculure communicates excitement. ‘Going to the theater’ will no longer imply that you are only going to view a film, but rather experience a film on the screen and in its context.

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  • lic cinema
    new orleans LOUISIANA

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Honorable Mention – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    christian RODRIGUEZ/tim DUMATRAIT : Acknowledging the obsolescence of the 20th century movie theater as a type, we focused on creating spaces for viewing movies/media that are as networked as our current experience of social media hubs on mobile platforms. Devices like the iPad create an interface through a lamination of multi-touch, image display, and emissive components. The project proposes delaminating these layers at the scale of architecture to create space for interaction from user to users, between users and media, and between media and the environment.

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  • sequence
    miami FLORIDA

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Honorable Mention – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    volha PARSHYNA + arseni VARABYEU: The main idea was to repeat the film sequence. Cinematograph is an art of action, we where trying to bring movement and rhythm to our proposal. The main elevation is allegorical movie screen frame with interactive display; from far you see the motion picture. The sides are treated as a cut frames, each section is a episode of the history, is a window to the past. Landscape is an important feature in our proposal, green roof in not only collects rain water and works as an engineering component, but also inseparable part of the building character. It’s transforming into outdoor amphitheatre which is shaped as a film.

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  • cinema machine
    lithuania VILNIUS

    LONG ISLAND CINEMA COMPETITION
    Honorable Mention – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    donatas GRINIUS + donatas PABRĖŽA: If you want a cozy cinema – stay at home. Some cinemas strive to match that cozy experience of a home. Cinema should be engaging. The size of space takes your breath, the sound blows your head and the overall effect leaves you shaking for weeks. A cinema should not be a digital clock. That is boring. A cinema should be beautiful, exciting, loud and flamboy-ant. It should be cool.

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