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  • What is Stirling's signature line?
    atlanta GEORGIA

    Georgia Tech College of Architecture, “Infamous Lines” seminar
    critic: Volkan ALKANOGLU

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Kasia ZYCINSKA: Stirling thought of hand drawing of conceptual studies and schemes playing an essential role in the development of his projects. He utilized two means of producing drawings: lead to render spatial relationships and color pencil to express materiality. An isometric, and perspectival projections became an important method of architectural representation for Stirling, not only as a presentation technique, but a design method.

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  • dwayne OYLER & jenny WU
    vienna AUSTRIA

    In his well known essay, ”Translations from Drawings to Buildings,” critic Robin Evans articulates that architects are challenged by the fact that, unlike other artistic pursuits, we don’t directly manipulate our medium—we don’t build buildings—and that, therefore, we develop complex traffic between drawings and buildings. Oyler Wu Collaborative has challenged that notion. First, they extend the design of their work well into the fabrication phase by constructing many of the projects themselves. Second, they have expanded the notion of lines to operate beyond a 2-D drawing by literally constructing lines in three dimensions to become architecture.

    dwayne OYLER & jenny WU, “Lineworks”
    Thursday, 11/22
    7.00 pm / Lichthof 2, IoA
    Oskar Kokoschka-Platz 2
    1010 Vienna, Austria

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