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  • IwamotoScott architecture, Trifold Madang. Diagrams.
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    IwamotoScott architecture: Trifold Madang is IwamotoScott’s entry for the Busan Opera House design competition. The title refers to the proposal’s formal schema as well as the cultural beginnings of opera in Korea. Our design research uncovered an interesting spatio-historical aspect of the tradition of opera performance in Korea—that it took place in Madang, or public outdoor courtyard spaces. Our proposal organizes the given tripartite program of the Busan Opera House and its major vertical circulation around three triangular voids.

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  • America’s Cup Pavilion
    cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

    Harvard GSD
    critic: lisa IWAMOTO & craig SCOTT, visiting critics

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    paul CATTANEO: The America’s Cup Pavilion, designed for the America’s Cup Yacht Race to take place throughout 2012, is a design deploying the characteristics of folded plate structural geometries to re-form a site – here specifically Piers 27/29 in San Francisco – in structural efficiency experimentation at a variety of scales, and was designed for a Harvard GSD Option Studio led by Lisa Iwamoto and Craig Scott of IwamotoScott Architecture.

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  • Material Systems / Structural Geometry. America´s Cup Pavilion, San Francisco.
    cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

    Harvard GSD
    critic: lisa IWAMOTO & craig SCOTT

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    sandra HERRERA: The 2013 America’s Cup sailing regatta will take place in San Francisco Bay. The project’s site (and program) is the original proposed for this venue: the wedge shaped pier 27. The proposal is generated based on the idea of the pier itself becoming a building out of the interaction of three interdependent skins, all of which are both structure and enclosure.

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  • Vaultscape
    cambridge MASSACHUSETTS

    Harvard GSD
    critic: lisa IWAMOTO & craig SCOTT

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    jeremy JIH: Vaultscape is a proposal for the 2012 San Francisco America’s Cup that attempts to reshape the structural geometries and material narrative of the architectural vault while producing a fluid spatial frame to support the variable scales of the Cup’s sailing races.

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  • edgar street towers
    new york NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project

    craig SCOTT + lisa IWAMOTO: Edgar Street Towers was produced by IwamotoScott for the Greenwich South design study led by Architecture Research Office, Beyer Blinder Belle and Architects & Planners and OPEN. Contributing architects, artists and designers included Coen + Partners, DeWitt Godfrey, IwamotoScott Architecture, Jorge Colmbo, Lewis.Tsuramaki.Lewis Architects, Morphosis, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Transolar Climate Engineering and WORKac.

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  • gwangju design biennale restbox
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    gwangju design biennale restbox
    gwangju, south korea

    for the exhibition “the clue” at the 2009 gwangju design biennale last fall, iwamotoscott architecture were invited to submit a “box of rest”, or ‘restbox’ – one of 42 cubic pavilion designs. according to the exhibition brief, the cube was to be a 1/4 scale model of the 2m x 2m x 2m pavilion, which offers a space of relaxation that reinterprets a traditional korean garden and poem given by the curator.

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  • unconventional computing & architecture
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    unconventional computing & architecture
    friday 26 february, 9.00am – 6.00pm
    this one-day conference explores new materials for architectural practice in the 21st century. international architects and scientists will explore the decision-making properties of matter and how this may be applied to create increasingly life-like buildings.

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