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  • Interchangeable Habitation
    malmö SWEDEN

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    jonas ERSSON: The project represents the culmination of a series of individual workshops conducted within the framework of the bachelor-course “Architecture Space and Technology” in the spring of 2011 at the Lund University School of Architecture.

    The idea of an interchangeable architecture has been a driving force behind many of the experimental movements during the 20th century. In my scheme I revisited some of the ideas of the metabolist and structuralist movements but tried to reevaluate the basic premise. Unlike the metabolist idea of wear and tear, I envisioned a system that instead of constantly being replaced would allow a systematic reconfiguration to suit changing needs.

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  • Inundating Infestation
    lund SWEDEN

    Lund School of Architecture
    critic: Abelardo Gonzalez

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    sofia KANERUD: Inundating Infestation is a proposal for a housing, office and retail tower in the center of Malmö. The main idea of the project is to use one single body multiple times in various ways. The bodies are added on to as well as subtracted from a primitive building. Clusters of bodies naturally merge into larger systems. Each system is necessary to generate a specific spatial quality, such as skin organization, light filtration and programmatic distribution. The accumulation of bodies reconfigures the building mass and allows for new possibilities of architectural qualities.

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